COVID-19: Arizona State Veteran Home Update

The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services is continuing to take every possible measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the Arizona State Veteran Homes and keep the loved ones of our residents and the public informed as the situation evolves.  


(2023-11-28) Here is the latest data on


Arizona Veterans' Donation Fund - Grants

Current VDF Update

EFFECTIVE July 1, 2023
The VDF Small Grant ($4,999.99 or less) applications for Fiscal Year 2024 are now open!

EFFECTIVE November 3, 2023
The VDF Large Grant ($5,000-$75,000) applications are open!

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Arizona State Grants Solicitation

Up to $500,000 Arizona State Grant applications (Request for Grant Proposals) are now being accepted for services directed towards increasing the employability of homeless Veterans’ through training or arranging for the provision of services which will enable them to work. If your organization has

Arizona Veterans' Memorial Cemetery at Marana is located at 15950 North Luckett Rd. in Marana

Arizona National Guardsmen and Reservists Eligible for Burial in Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemeteries Beginning in 2024

PHOENIX – Beginning on January 1st, 2024, members of the Arizona National Guard and U.S. military Reservists can be laid to rest at Southern Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery (SAVMC) in Sierra Vista, Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery at Marana (AVMC-Marana) and Arizona Veterans’ Memorial

Second Lt. Walter B. Miklosh

WWII Airman Laid To Rest Nearly 80 Years After Fatal Plane Crash

SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. - An airman killed during World War II was finally laid to rest surrounded by family and the southern Arizona Veterans community at Southern Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery (SAVMC) in Sierra Vista.

On September 15, Second Lt. Walter B. Miklosh, 20, was repatriated and

Arizona State Veteran Home-Phoenix provides professional skilled-nursing and rehabilitative care to Arizona Veterans and qualifying dependents

Arizona State Veteran Home-Phoenix Fundraising To Buy New Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles

PHOENIX - Arizona State Veteran Home-Phoenix (ASVH-Phoenix) is seeking community support to raise $150,000 for two new wheelchair-accessible vehicles for its residents, the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services announced. The two vehicles will replace the home’s current vehicles.

“It will