Key Websites and Numbers for Veterans
Wounded Warriors Fellowship Program
Inspired by Casey Owens
US Department of Veterans Affairs
Military One Source
Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs
National Homeless Veteran Call Center
(877) 4AID VET
Grand Junction Vet Center
2472 Patterson Road, Unit 16
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Your DD214 (Discharge Certificate)
To access information and services, your DD214 is vital. You can find that form at https://www.archives.gov/files/sf180-request-pertaining-to-military-records-exp-april2018-1.pdf
For help in getting a copy of your DD214, call the Veteran Service Officer for your county (see below).
Civilian Life Transition
How the WSVC can help
WSVC provides connection to resources that enhance the lives of veterans and their families. Serving as a portal to programs, educational opportunities, employment and special discounts, WSVC continues to evolve its connection to national, local and regional resources and is expanding these valuable resources monthly.
For example, did you know that WSVC has a resource that will provide a memorial bugler for veterans services free of charge, 365 days a year? This is just one example of the type of resources WSVC is securing on behalf of veterans. Other resources include: (List from website)
For more information on specific resources, visit the Resource Center or call us at (970) 233-8735.
SUICIDE & CRISIS PREVENTION
If you are in need of crisis or suicide intervention, please contact:
- Veterans Crisis Line
(800) 273-8255 PRESS 1
- How We R.E.A.C.H. Coaching Tool | REACH to Prevent Suicide
For additional support resources in your area, contact your local VSO.
Contact your local VSO. By appointment only.
Phone calls may not be returned immediately, so please be patient. We will contact you as soon as we can. Thank you for your patience.