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Meet our service providers

  • The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

    The CDLE strives to make veterans a priority by providing a variety of services such as job search assistance, job fairs, registration with workforce centers, resume guidance, networking, labor market information, educational programs and unemployment guidance. Availability: Monday-Friday 8:00-3:30 PM Who to contact: Vet Representative Tony Medina Phone: 720-398-7157 Fax: 720-865-5685 E-mail: anthony.medina@denvergov.org How to Contact: Referrals or appointments are preferred Walk-ins are welcome when Vet Representative Tony Medina is available.

  • State of Colorado Department of Military and Veteran Affairs

    The DMVA can provide benefits representation, community outreach and advocacy, incarcerated veterans and homeless veterans initiatives, Colorado state veterans cemetery, veterans employment preference and benefit letters, women veterans programs, operation recognition, Colorado State and veterans nursing homes, DD214 and medals request . Availability: Wednesdays, 8:00am-4:00pm Who to contact: Kimberley Mattioli Phone: 303-284-6077 Email: Kimberley.Mattioli@dmva.state.co.us How to contact: Walk-ins, referrals or by appointment .

  • US Department of Veteran Affairs - Veteran’s Benefits Administration

    VA administers a variety of benefits and services that provide financial and other forms of assistance to Service members, Veterans, their dependents and survivors. A few example of the benefits are compensation, education and training, home loans, life insurance and vocational rehabilitation. Availability: 09:00-1:00pm 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Walk-ins welcome, takes appointments as well How to contact: Participants can contact directly or through vet specialist referral

  • Denver County Veteran Services

    Public benefits, customized employment development services, assistance applying for VA benefits, referrals to counseling/mental health services Availability: 8:00-4:00 pm Monday-Wednesday Thursday and Friday by appointment when available Walk-ins welcome, takes appointments as well Who to contact:Constance Tatro Email: constance.tatro@denvergov.org Cell: (720) -481-8916 Fax: (720) 944-3505 How to contact: Participants can contact directly or through vet specialist referral

  • DU Law, Veteran Advocacy Project

    Assistance with filing for veteran benefits, claims and appeals. Will provide intakes on all legal issues to refer participants to appropriate services. Availability: Weekly schedule posted every Monday Walk-ins and appointments welcome Who to contact: Email: VAP@law.du.edu Phone: 303-660-6421 Fax: 720-598-0458 How to contact: Participants can contact directly or through vet specialist referral

  • Financial Health Institute

    Provides courses for individuals to learn how to improve their financial health Availability: 8:30-12pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday (Not guaranteed) Who to contact: Michael Kilgore Email: mkilgore@fhinst.com Phone: (303) 358-6961 Lisa Dannen Email: ldannen@fhinst.com Phone: (303) 204-3144 How to contact: Case manager (vet specialist) should set up appointments for participants

  • Patriot Anglers

    Outdoor education, volunteer opportunities, access to healthy coping activities for veterans with PTSD and TBI’s. Availability: Contact for appointment/information Who to contact: Louis Chapman- Executive Director Phone: 720-629-6507 Email: louis@patriotanglers.us How to contact: You can volunteer or refer vets by visiting the Patriot Anglers’ event section on their website or by going to their desk and filling out the signup form on . Their desk is located on the south wall of the supportive services corner in the VSC.

  • Project Sanctuary

    Provides facilitated 6 day therapeutic retreat for Veterans and their family where they will receive access to counseling, healthy marriage and financial classes, PTS class, entering the 2-year program; follow-up services to retreat families for up to 2 years and volunteer opportunities. Who to contact: Geneva Templeton Chief Operating Officer E-mail: info@projectsanctuary.us geneva@projectsanctuary.us Phone: 720-561-9193 How to contact: Please contact directly through e-mail

  • Volunteers of America—Back Home

    Case management, housing search counseling/assistance, education/employment counseling, temporary financial assistance, advocacy, referrals to community resources. Availability: Monday-Friday 8:00 am- 4:00 pm How to contact: By referrals, walk-ins or appointments Call: 720-501-3368 Fax: 720-367-5147 Email: ssvfintake@voacolorado.org

  • Volunteers of America—Grant Per Diem (GPD) Women Veteran Programs

    Emergency and transitional housing for single women veterans and women veterans with children. Housing, financial education, VA and public benefits,employment, case management Availability: Contact staff directly by work phone for appointment How to contact: Walk-ins are okay if available- however, staff split their time across multiple locations. Available: Monday-Friday 9:00 am-5:00 pm REFERRAL LINE: 720-501-3369 Fax: 720-367-5169

  • Team Rubicon

    Team Rubicon works with veterans and community volunteers to help areas dealing with natural disasters. Vets can use skills developed through services such as medical training to reach those is crisis. Availability: Soon to have set hours Who to contact: Carolyn Wagnild Phone: 719-286-9589 E-mail: carolyn.wagnild@teamrubiconusa.org

  • Soldiers’ Angels

    Soldiers’ Angels provides aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Coast guard and their families and a growing veteran population. Soldiers’ Angels “Angel” volunteers assist veterans, wounded and deployed personnel and their families in a variety of unique and effective ways. Soldiers' Angels is approved to work within VA Hospitals. Our volunteers visit patients, help coordinate events and activities, and much more to improve the living conditions and morale of the hospitalized or struggling veterans at the Denver VAMC. Soldiers’ Angels has many other wonderful programs. Please check the website for a complete list. Availability: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8:00AM-3:00PM Who to Contact: Kristen Henning Phone: 303-578-6580 Fax: 210-629-0024 E-mail: khenning@soldiersangels.org How to Contact: Call or email Kristen if you are interested in volunteering or providing donations

  • Metro Veterans Upward Bound

    Cost-free college preparatory program that will not only enhance veterans’ academic skills, but is also designed to demonstrate what personal commitments a full college course load will require. Upon successful completion of the VUB Program, veterans are not only familiar with the services and resources that would be available to them as college students, but more importantly they possess a renewed confidence in their academic abilities. VUB courses include Math, Science, Spanish, and English. Availability: Tuesdays, 9:00am-12:00pm in the Kuhl Cafe Who to Contact: EJ Walton Phone: 303-556-3305/3024 E-mail: vub2@msudenver.edu How to Contact: Speak with EJ ‘the Director of Happiness’ on Tuesdays in the Kuhl Cafe, or contact VUB directly via phone or e-mail

  • Honor Bell Foundation

    Honor Bell Foundation, Inc. is a Colorado nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation based in Denver. Creating a community of veterans to foster public appreciation of military service and honor their fellow veterans with a proper, final tribute is the foundation's mission. Its primary purpose is to provide a unique funeral honor for deceased military veterans through the slow ringing, known as tolling, of a 1,000-pound ceremonial bell. The foundation also provides veteran outreach and community education through the recruitment of volunteer groups of Bell Guards to toll the Honor Bell. Availability: TBD at the VSC - Office Hours 8:00am-5:00pm Who to Contact: Michelle Mallin, Chief of Staff Phone: 720-282-9182 E-mail: info@honorbell.org For Bell Honors: requests@honorbell.org How to Contact: E-mail