Weld County CO Veterans Affairs Department

Find Weld County, Colorado veterans affairs departments, or service organizations. Veterans affairs departments like the VA (Veterans Affairs), VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), Amvets, and vet centers provide information and help with benefits, charities, insurance, disability, medical care, education, programs and compensation for veterans of the US Armed Forces.

Disabled American Veterans 1830 8th Avenue Greeley CO 80631 970-352-6188

J M Post Veterans Club 104 East South 1st Street Johnstown CO 80534 970-587-4500

US Department Of Veteran Affairs Greeley 2001 70th Avenue Greeley CO 80634 970-313-0027

Veterans of Foreign Wars 100 1st Avenue Ault CO 80610 970-834-1212

Veterans of Foreign Wars 2514 7th Avenue Greeley CO 80631 970-352-1028

Veterans of Foreign Wars 621 Grand Avenue Platteville CO 80651 970-785-9989

Veterans of Foreign Wars 3501 State Street Evans CO 80620 970-339-3025

Weld County Veterans Services 1830 8th Avenue Greeley CO 80631 970-336-7218

About Veterans Affairs Departments & Services

Weld County Veteran Service Organizations provide support for veterans of the US Armed Forces through a number of government agencies and nonprofit organizations at the Federal, Colorado State, and local Weld County, CO level. Veteran Services can include assistance with veteran benefits, support for veterans with disabilities, and access to insurance, medical care, and education benefits. At the Federal level, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides Veteran Services in Weld County.

You may contact Veterans Services for questions about:
  • Weld County military and veterans' benefits
  • Veterans Affairs Offices and Vet Centers
  • Weld County VA Hospitals and health benefits
  • VA Burial services
  • Weld County VFW and AMVETS posts
Weld County VA Benefits

Weld County VA Depts provides a number of services for America's veterans, including a range of veterans' benefits, medical care, and burial services. The Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) provides education and vocational benefits such as the Montgomery GI Bill, pension services, and life insurance. It also issues disability compensation to veterans in Weld County, Colorado who have service-connected disabilities. In addition, the VBA offers counseling services, runs a housing program for veterans, Weld County home loan programs, and offers life insurance to service members, veterans and their dependents who are unable to get insurance from private companies.

Veterans Health Administration in Weld County, Colorado

The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) provides medical services and health care to veterans, including through Weld County VA-run medical centers, outpatient clinics, and nursing home care units. The VHA also provides assistance to homeless veterans and care for veterans with disabilities in Weld County. Burial services for veterans are offered through the VA's National Cemetery Administration, which maintains national cemeteries for the burial of veterans and their family members.

VA Vet Centers

At the local Weld County level, the VA runs Vet Centers that provide a range of services to veterans, including employment assistance, counseling services, and assistance gaining access to VA benefits. These services are available to Weld County veterans, service members, and their families. Vet Center counseling services include readjustment counseling, bereavement counseling, and military sexual trauma counseling.

Weld County VFW & AMVET Posts

In addition to the VA, a number of private organizations provide Veteran Services in Weld County. The Weld County Veterans of Foreign Wars Posts (VFW) provides assistance with accessing VA services, offers grants to support veterans, and advocates for policies that help veterans. Weld County AMVETS Posts, or American Veterans, is an organization that advocates for veterans and provides services for veterans of the US Armed Forces.