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Community Resources and Services: Resources For Veterans

Find directory information to Mesa County services, agencies, elected officials, and more.

Veteran Health Information

VA Health Benefits

The Veteran Affairs Medical Center is located at:

2121 North Ave

Grand Junction, CO  81501


Patient Information

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VA Hospital Employment

The VA Medical Center can provide medical, mental health and other services to enrolled Veterans.  To enroll for health care services, a Veteran needs to complete a VA Form 10-10EZ and take a copy of their DD214 discharge paper, copies of any insurance the veteran has and verification of last year’s income to the enrollment office located on the first floor of the Medical Center.

Local Veteran Services

The Grand Junction Vet Center

Provides readjustment counseling services to all Veterans and their family members at no cost.  Some of the services provided: Individual counseling, group counseling, marital and family counseling, bereavement counseling, and assistance in applying for VA Benefits and much more.

The Vet Center is located at:

561 25 Road, Suite 101

Grand Junction, CO  81505



Housing Resources

Rocky Mountain Human Services helps homeless Veterans find and achieve short-term housing:

  • Help with security deposits
  • Assistance with moving costs
  • Rapid rehousing services
  • Located at the Western Region One Source

Contact Veteran Support Specialist, Scott Whiteman today!


Veteran Service Officer/VetWorks Program

As a Veteran of the United States military or a spouse of a veteran, are you aware of all of the benefits available to you?  The Veteran Services Officer is designated to help you access a variety of services including obtaining discharge papers, filing claims, information and access to benefits like pension, healthcare, education, home loans, survivor death benefits, burial and so much more.  Along with the veteran benefit services available, the Mesa County VetWorks Program can offer support services and training opportunities related to employment needs for veterans, as well as a variety of career services.  

Appointments are necessary:

Anthony Lee

970-248-2733 or

Online Calendar to schedule an appointment:

More resources and information can be found from the Mesa County Veterans Service Office.

Veterans Remember

Veterans Remember is an ongoing project at Mesa County Libraries that seeks to collect and document the memories, thoughts, and experiences of U.S. military veterans who live in Mesa County. The project begins with World War II veterans, and over time, as more interviews are collected, they will be added to this video collection.

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