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The primary objective of the Veterans Program is to develop and support programs that increase...
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Veterans Services Division provides a network of Veterans Benefits Counselors (VBC's) who give...


Help a Homeless Veteran
If you are a homeless veteran, at-risk of homelessness or a provider trying to assist a homeless...


Center for Women Veterans
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has a National Center for Women Veterans....

Recently Returned Veterans

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Arizona Veterans Stand Down Coverage

The Arizona StandDown is an alliance of community-based organizations that come together to provide annual, one to three day events that bring together the State's homeless and at-risk military veterans, connecting them with...

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Intel Veteran Virtual Career Fair

Military Veterans, Active Duty, National Guard and Reservists - Be an integral part of the smart decisions that help Intel stay on leading edge of the technology industry - FRIDAY, 31 JAN 14, FROM 10AM TO 12PM (MST)


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Governor announces backing for State Veteran Home in Yuma

(Phoenix, AZ) – In her Executive Budget released Friday, Governor Jan Brewer announced her support for a State veteran home in Yuma. The Governor’s budget calls for $9.2 million for the construction of a State veteran home in Yuma. Under partnership with the Federal VA, State veteran homes are built by a 65% - 35% match with the State paying 35% of the construction cost and the VA paying 65...
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About Services

The Arizona Department of Veterans Services assists Arizona veterans and their dependents in receiving all their federal and state benefits, and delivers quality services at our Arizona State...

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Help a Homeless Veteran

If you are a homeless veteran, at-risk of homelessness or a provider trying to assist a homeless veteran, please call the National Homeless Veterans Resource line at: 877-4AID-VET (877-424-3838...

Wreaths Across America

The wreath laying is now held annually on the second Saturday of December. December 13, 2008 was unanimously voted by the US Congress as “Wreaths Across America Day”. Wreaths Across America would...

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Employers Looking to Hire Veterans

If you would like to post employment positions within your organization, the below resources provide you with the ability to post open positions.  The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services does not have a dedicated employment website however ADVS provides many resources and benefits to our state’s veteran population as well as our uniformed service members to include the Guard and Reserve and their family members in seeking employment.  Although these are not the only resources available and some are on a national scale, they do have listings for

Military Family Relief Fund


The Arizona Military Family Relief Fund was established by the Arizona Legislature in 2007 to provide financial assistance to the families of currently deployed Service Members and post-9/11 Military and Veteran families for hardships caused by the Service Member’s deployment to a combat zone. Assistance from the Arizona Military Family Relief Fund is determined by an Advisory Committee that is comprised of twelve members appointed by the Governor as well as the Director of Veterans’ Services.


Who is affected by the war effort? EVERYONE!

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Contact your Local Veteran Employment Representative (LVER) or the State Veterans Employment Manager to register your company and post your position(s)


Mission Statement

The primary responsibility and focus of the Arizona Veterans Education and Training Approving Agency (VETAA) is that it continues to be to review, evaluate, approve and oversee schools and training facilities to ensure quality programs of education and training under State and Federal criteria.

Suicide Prevention

VA suicice prevention 800-273-TALK

With approximately 600,000 Veterans living in Arizona, You are not Alone.

You have many fellow veterans and friends who are with you and will assist you.

Sometimes problems seem like they are impossible to solve for many different reasons. Sometimes we are not even fully aware a problem is building up. We just know something is wrong. When problems build up, even the strongest individuals may think about suicide. Yet suicide is not the answer.

Employment Services Survey

ATTENTION Arizona Military and Veteran job seekers, employers and employment service providers.

You are invited to complete a military/veteran employment survey.The survey is anonymous.


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