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Denver Regional Office of Veterans Affairs
Denver Veteran Services Office

Established by Colorado state law to advise and assist veterans and their dependents and survivors concerning VA benefits. This office serves as the liaison on behalf of the City and County of Denver between the State Veteran's Affairs office and the VA entities. 

National Resource Directory Resources for veterans by state
ONE Freedom

Offers service members, veterans and military families a powerful framework of education and training that builds strength, resilience and a clearer understanding of how to maintain balance in the face of military deployments and other lifestyle challenges. Taught by a dynamic team of field experts, military and civilian, ONE Freedom programs guide participants in exploring strength through effective skills and balanced living, and provide tools and resources for on-going personal learning and growth. 

Operation TBI Freedom

This program was created by a private donor who wanted to reach out to military personnel, veterans and their families to help them make the transition to full and satisfying lives after serving their country. 

Paralyzed Veterans of America Coordinate meeting with patients who have had any active duty during lifetime. The PVA can assist with home modifications, home health, DME, medications, wide variety of resources, and in some instances, pensions.  If benefits are applied for while at Craig Hospital, the representative will then forward paperwork to patient’s local branch at discharge.
People House Veteran Re-integration Program

People House has resources to provide counseling for individuals, couples, children, and whole families on sliding scales that support people without health care insurance and people having financial difficulties.  

US Department of Veterans Affairs

Last Updated: August 2, 2013