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Be Connected

We’re glad you’re here. If you’re a service member, veteran or family member looking for support, information or resources, please click for details!
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Get Your DD214

GOT YOUR DD214? Following your discharge from military service, your DD214 is THE Number One document needed to access so many Veteran Benefits. Get yours here!
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Make Online Payments

We've made it easier than ever to donate to MFRF and get a tax credit, donate to any of several ADVS-managed, veteran-supportive charitable funds, and pay AZ veteran cemetery interment fees. Check it out!
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Native American Settlement Fund

The Native American Veterans Income Tax Settlement Fund (NASF) was established July 1, 2016. The Department of Veterans’ Services may only accept claims for processing through December 31, 2019.
Two New AZ State Veteran Homes

New AZ Veteran Homes

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) State Home Construction Grant Program has approved construction costs for 80-bed skilled-nursing veteran homes in both Flagstaff and Yuma.
Veterans' Benefit Counseling Locations

Veteran Benefits

Our Veterans Benefits Counselors (VBC's) provide information and assistance to veterans, their dependents and survivors enabling your on-ramp to federal and state benefits. Use our Office Locator and call your nearest office to make an appointment.
Hire a Veteran

Veteran Employment

Opportunities for Veterans' Employment and Job Training in Arizona are primary objectives of ADVS. Whether you are rejoining the private sector from the military, or need some extra help with a career change, we'd like to help.
AZ Veteran Homelessness

Veteran Homelessness

ADVS takes seriously its challenge of assisting Homeless Veterans in finding safe shelter. Please review our Sustaining Action Plan...
Veteran Suicide Prevention Video

Veteran Suicide Prevention

ADVS Director Wright says, “Suicide can be prevented, and how we do it is as a community.” Please view this timely video message regarding preventing veteran suicides.

MFRF Tax Credit Donation

Military Family Relief Fund - 2019
MFRF 2019 Tax Credit is now OPEN for donations. How do I donate to the Arizona Military Family Relief Fund (MFRF)? Donations for the Post-9/11 MFRF...

Be Connected Veterans!

WE'RE SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE!

Whether you’re a service member, veteran or family member seeking support, information or resources:

Call 1-866-4AZ-VETS

Visit www.beconnectedaz.org

Suicide Prevention

CONTACT HOTLINE 1-800-273-8255

TEXT "HELP" to 838255 on your cell

VISIT www.veteranscrisisline.net

Are you a veteran suffering from PTSD, sexual assault, or depression?

Visit Our Crisis Support Page

Latest News

Missing in America Project - Spring 2019

Click to open2019-02-22 (lq): The MIAP has interred more than 3700 veterans nationwide. Their mission is to locate, identify and inter the unclaimed remains of American veterans. Learn more at www.miap.us.

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Did You Know - ASVH Tucson Five Star

Click to open2019-02-21 (nb): According to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Nursing Home Provider Rating Report for February, Arizona State Veteran Home – Tucson is a five-star facility!

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New Veteran ID Card

Veteran ID Card imageNov 2017: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced that the application process for the national Veterans Identification Card (VIC) is now available for veterans. 

Veterans who served in the armed forces, including the reserve components, and who have a discharge of honorable or general (under honorable conditions), will be able to apply for the ID card.

Click on the image at left to read details and get your own VIC!

Here's a direct link to the VIC application page.

ADVS Veteran Toolkit Program

ADVS Veteran Toolkit ProgramJuly 2017 (revised July 2018): The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services is proud to launch the Veteran Tool Kit Program. It was created to help unemployed veterans get the supplies they need to start working. Surveyed veterans repeatedly said they were ready to work, but needed a few things to get them there, ranging from boots and tools to bicycles. Click image at left to open.

Veteran Suicide Prevention Video

ADVS Suicide Prevention Video linkJune 2018: As ADVS Director Wright says, “Suicide can be prevented, and how we do it is as a community.” Please view this video message regarding preventing veteran suicides. 

Click on the image at left to view the video, and remember to subscribe to our YouTube channel when you visit us.

 

Updates

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).

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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 not be successful without the help of the...

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Post Veteran-related Calendar Event

 

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Arizona Department of Veterans' Services

Use this online form to post an Arizona Veteran-related Event on the ADVS calendar.

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Arizona Veterans' Donation Fund

What is the Arizona Veterans' Donation Fund?

Department of Economic Security

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

ON-CALL: Handbook for Homeless Veterans and Service Providers

A joint production of The American Legion and National Coalition for Homeless Veterans. The publication provides an in-depth listing of employment resources, housing assistance, health or legal services, and other support systems available to homeless veterans. It is written for veterans who are in crisis and need assistance and for individuals and organizations who are looking to start homeless veterans programs. 

Arizona Action Plan to End Homelessness Among Veterans

ADVS takes seriously its challenge of assisting Homeless Veterans to find safe shelter and employment where possible. Please review our Sustaining Action Plan document linked below, or by clicking the image below.

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