ADVS Monthly Update - 2016 January

We hope you will enjoy our ADVS Monthly Update for January 2016.

Video Introduction to Veterans Services Division

Click to view the VSD video on YouTubeWe hope you will enjoy this new video from the Veterans’ Services Division (VSD). It provides detailed information on the Veteran Benefits Counselors (VBC's), the State Approving Agency (SAA), and the Arizona State Veterans Memorial Cemeteries.

ADVS Monthly Update - 2015 December

We hope you will enjoy our ADVS Monthly Update for December 2015. Click HERE or on the thumbnail image at left, to open the full-color PDF document, which may be printed

ADVS Monthly Update - 2015 November

We hope you will enjoy our ADVS Monthly Update for November 2015, which has undergone an initial remodeling for your viewing pleasure.

November Veterans Employment Month

November Veteran Employment MonthFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

November 4, 2015

Governor Doug Ducey Declares November Veteran Employment Month 

AZ Women Veterans Expo 2016 (b)


ADVS Monthly Update - October 2015

Furry FriendTo ensure that Arizona's veteran community is kept up to date on what is happening within the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services (ADVS), we offer this monthly update, which is also emailed to our veteran contacts throughout the state.

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 services ranging from: VA HealthCare, Mental Health Services, Clothing, Meals, Emergency Shelter, Transitional and Permanent Housing, ID/ Drivers License's, Court Services and Legal Aide, Showers and H

Governor announces backing for State Veteran Home in Yuma

(Phoenix, AZ) – In her Executive Budget, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s proposal for the budget year beginning July 1, 2015 includes $9.2 million for a new veterans home in Yuma. The 60 to 90 bed facility would be the third in the state. The other two are in Phoenix and Tucson. Brewer budget director John Arnold says the federal government will pay for two-thirds of the cost of the home. The facility won’t require state money to operate once it is built.

Governor Jan Brewer Announces $7.6 Million Grant to Fund New State Veterans Cemetery in Marana

Governor Announces $7.6 Million Grant to Fund New State Veterans Cemetery in Marana. 
“This is fantastic news for Arizonans, and especially for the southern Arizona veterans and advocates who have championed for this cemetery for more than a decade,” said Governor Brewer. “Arizona is home to more than half-a-million military veterans, including nearly 135,000 in Pima and surrounding counties. This grant will help Arizona in our continued mission to properly honor those who have nobly served and sacrificed on our country’s behalf.


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