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Community Information: Resources For Veterans

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

Mesa County Veteran's Affairs Program

The Mesa County Veterans Affairs Program is administered by the Veterans Service Officer who provides assistance to all residents of the State of Colorado who served honorably in the United States armed forces, the surviving spouses and dependents, administrators, executors, guardians, conservators, or heirs of any such veterans or any other persons who may have proper claims. Filing of claims on behalf of such persons for insurance, pensions, compensation for disability, hospitalization, vocational training, education, loans, readjustment allowances, or any other benefits which such person may be or may become entitled to receive under the laws of the United States, State of Colorado or any other state by reason of such service to include.

More information can be on the Mesa County website at this link.

The Veterans' Service Office is located at and mail should be sent to the following address.

  • Mesa County Workforce Center
  • 2897 North Avenue
  • Grand Junction, CO 81501

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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