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Address:

3405 Downing Street Denver Colorado 80205

Services:

Veterans Reintegration Program, Housing, Meals,Job Search assistance, Transportation, Home environment, Veterans Staff, Resident Veteran Phd counselor, life-skills, Legal assistance, Clothing, Food bank, Financial Guidance, Drug/Alcohol Counseling

E-Mail: kmanosh@msn.com
Phone: 303-477-0006
Website: http://www.denveracts.org
Contact Name: Kenneth Manosh
Fax Number: 303-477-1516
Alternate Email Address: Nancyrobles@aol.com
Alternate Phone Number: 720-435-5213
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The Veterans Assistance Program supports Homeless/end of deployment displaced Veterans in their reintergration back into society, by providing shelter,basic needs and resources. Because the words homeless and Veterans should never be used together,They fought for our lives, we fight to get their's back.


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PO Box 1101, Brighton, CO 80601

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Free mental health support therapy sessions with certified licensed therapeutic combat veterans, emergency financial assistance, Adopt-a-Soldier/Unit- collect essentials food/toiletry/magazine items and ship to troops serving in harm's way.

E-Mail: dq@amf100.org
Phone: 303-746-8195
Website: www.amf100.org
Contact Name: Debbie Quackenbush
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American Military Family provides emergency financial aid, therapeutic mental health relief, reintegration assistance and peer support to our troops and their families.


Address:

9250 E Costilla Ave, Suite 655, Greenwood Village, CO 80112

Services:

Assisting military Veterans and their families in applying for Department of Veterans Affairs benefits

E-Mail: ssykes@firstcfs.com
Phone: 720-242-8027 ext 1015
Website: www.apscnp.org
Contact Name: Shari Sykes
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The mission of American Patriot Service Corp. is to serve our military veterans and their families by helping veterans and their surviving spouses apply for pension and health care benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. We are grateful, passionate, and committed to help those who have served our country, and to do so at no cost to them. We perform our service to veterans and their families with an unwavering commitment to our core values and the highest professional standards and reputation.


Address:

3805 Marshall Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Services:

Short term case management, Financial assistance [Arapahoe County Veterans]

E-Mail: SMacKenzie@thefamilytree.org
Phone: 303-467-2604
Website: www.thefamilytree.org
Contact Name: Suzy MacKenzie
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Provides short term case management and some financial assistance to Active Duty and Veteran families with children who reside in Arapahoe County. The Arapahoe County Military Family Assistance Program works to address the unmet needs of military personnel and their families who reside in Arapahoe County.


Address:

1247 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204

Services:

Housing Assistance, Employment Assistance, VA Benefits, Public Benefits, Community Resource Navigation, Financial Health, Volunteer Opportunities, Reintegration & Peer Support

E-Mail: vsc@voacolorado.org
Phone: 720-501-3367
Website: www.voacolorado.org/veteran-services-center
Contact Name: Brenton Hutson
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The Bill Daniels Veteran Services Center is a collaboration of Federal, state, and local community organizations dedicated to serving Veterans in need.


Address:

3066 South Granby Street, Aurora, CO 80014

Services:

Referrals for services needed, emergency funds when we have the resources, counseling/camaraderie.

E-Mail: paulasarlls@comcast.net
Phone: 303-766-9023
Website: www.wmaco1.org
Contact Name: Paula Sarlls
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To preserve and promote the history and traditions of women Marines. To provide assistance to hospitalized veterans and members of the Armed Forces. To promote the civic and social welfare of the community.


Address:

PO Box 252, Salida, CO 80135

Services:

Provides scholarships for post-high school education and career training to deserving sons and daughters of Marines, and Navy Corpsmen with particular attention given to children with a deceased parent killed or wounded in action.

E-Mail: boian.mike@gmail.com
Phone: 678-763-4820
Website: www.mcsf.org
Contact Name: Mike Boian 
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Honor Marines by educating their children with a focus on youth, education and values.


Address:

3805 Marshall Street, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Services:

Provides case management, information, resources, and limited financial assistance. Programs are voluntary and free of charge, but do have eligibility criteria.

E-Mail: SMacKenzie@thefamilytree.org
Phone: 303-467-2604
Website: www.thefamilytree.org
Contact Name: Suzy MacKenzie
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A program for veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. To help people overcome homelessness, child abuse and domestic violence to become safe, strong and self-reliant.


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Financial support for Wounded Warriors; Youth activities Character development, Youth Physical fitness.

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Phone: 303-915-1602
Website: www.mcleaguecolorado.com
Contact Name: Tom Krueger
Fax Number: 303-439-2210
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Members of the Marine Corps League join together in camaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving the traditions and promoting the interests of the Marine Corps.


Address:

PO Box 31503, Colorado Springs, CO  80931-1503

Services:

Emergency financial assistance, food assistance, morale and other assistance.

E-Mail: Carol.Harp@operationhomefront.net
Phone: 866-333-2750
Website: www.operationhomefront.net/rockymountains
Contact Name: Carol Harp, Executive Director
Fax Number: 866-524-4344
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Provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors.


Address:

24 S. Weber St., Colorado Springs, CO 80903 ALT: 9900 E. llliff Avenue, Denver, CO 80231

Services:

Veteran Employment Services: Employment readiness and job placement services to Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, as well as subsidized employment to low-income Veterans.

Homes for All Veterans: Services and resources for Veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Peer Mentorship: Peer mentoring for El Paso County and Teller County Veterans participating in the Veterans Treatment Court.

E-Mail: info@rmhumanservices.org
Phone: 855-838-7428
Website: www.rmhumanservices.org/mvp
Contact Name: Richard Houy or Crystal Tovar
Fax Number: 719-323-2603
Alternate Email Address: HAVreferrals@rmhumanservices.org
Alternate Phone Number: 855-355-6824
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RMHS’ Military & Veteran Programs assist active duty military personnel and Veterans with a variety of services to enhance their physical and mental well-being, ease their transition to civilian life, restore their pride, reconnect with family and friends and pursue fulfilling, meaningful lives.


Address:

2301 Lawrence Street, Denver CO

Services:

Shelter/transitional housing, case management and supportive services around housing and money management.

E-Mail: VHentschel@ccdenver.org
Phone: 303-996-6057
Website: www.ccdenver.org/samarilanhouse
Contact Name: Virginia Hentschel
Fax Number: 303-996-6073
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As the charitable arm of the Archdiocese o f Denver, Catholic Charities extends the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to the poor and those in need.


Address:

PO Box 38516, Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Services:

Financial assistance preventing homelessness throughout the state of Colorado (Shelter- Mortgage, rent and deposit for VA HUD VASH Program), Financial assistance with Urgent Utilities (throughout the State of Colorado), Resource information; other non-profit organizations- local, or national.

E-Mail: amy.cutler@thehomefrontcares.org
Phone: 719-434-1501
Website: www.thehomefrontcares.org
Contact Name: Amy Cutler
Fax Number: 719-387-9799
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The Home Front Cares provides emergency and responsive support and grants for Colorado’s military members, veterans and their families, who have been impacted by service to our Nation.


Address:

7756 Northcross Dr. Suite 101, Austin, TX 78757

Services:

Leading free resource for information on the Aid and Attendance pension benefit that helps veterans and spouses of veterans pay for costs of senior care like assisted living, nursing home, or home care. All of the information, services, and resources on our website are free.

E-Mail: kaylin@veteranaid.org
Phone: 5129102413
Website: www.veteranaid.org
Contact Name: Kaylin
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Educate the Public - The primary goal of VeteranAid.org is to educate the general public about the VA's Improved Pension Benefit. Combat Misinformation - The second goal is to ensure that the general public is armed not only with correct information, but to dispel common myths and misunderstandings about the VA's Improved Pension Benefit. Change the Process - VeteranAid.org firmly believes that the current process used by the Department of Veterans' Affairs to process applications and requests regarding the Improved Pension is fundamentally flawed and leads to unacceptable delays and denials in awarding the Pension.