Our Veterans and families deserve the best available Resources available. Because our Resources are Qualified, we can ensure they receive the best and we are proud of this!
A Qualified Resource must meet criteria and be evaluated and then monitored to become and maintain their status as a Qualified Resource.
Our Qualified Resource Program is comprised of a team of conventional and non-conventional resources to address the individual needs of Veterans and their families, such as mental health, addiction management, transportation, VA benefits, and many more.
Locate, evaluate, approve and monitor resource providers
Make Veterans and family members aware of the vetted resources
They can choose any provider that best fits their needs
Many services are free and others are discounted
We print and distribute a Veteran & Family Resource Directory quarterly to over 60 locations
The web version is updated as available
Click on the service you’re interested in to see a list of qualified providers.
The Honor Bell Foundation’s mission is to create a community of veterans to foster public appreciation of military service and honor their fellow veterans with a proper, final tribute.
Honor Bell Foundation, Inc. is a Colorado nonprofit, 501(c)(3) corporation based in Denver. Its primary purpose is to provide a unique funeral honor for deceased military veterans through the slow ringing, known as tolling, of a ceremonial bell. The foundation also provides veteran outreach and community education.
To accomplish this mission, the Foundation produced the Honor Bell and renders “Bell Honors” at the funerals of U.S. military veterans and personnel killed in action to augment the dignity and respect that should be paid to those that have served our nation. In addition, the bell attends public events with a military or patriotic theme, and tolls in a memorial capacity. The foundation’s volunteers also attend programs in schools to educate young people about the significance of dignity, honor and respect owed to our military and fallen heroes.
Darby Remley, M.Ed.
Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Serving both Larimer and Weld Counties
Resthaven Memory Gardens Funeral & Cremation is committed to your complete satisfaction. We pride ourselves on the quality of our service and our dedication to the community.
Our commitment to your family is 100% service guarantee. We will answer your questions in a clear and understandable manner. We will ensure that the arrangements you make meet with your individual wishes. We will explain the value and benefit of all available options. We will explain prices and payment methods to your satisfaction.
We have a Veteran Service Counselor on staff to work specifically with Veterans and families, and in conjunction with VA burial benefits.
GCU Serves the Military Community
With honor, Grand Canyon University (GCU) proudly serves military servicemembers, veterans, Department of Defense personnel and their dependents. The demands of military life, with deployments and irregular schedules, can make school complex. In addition to traditional ground classes, GCU offers flexible online and evening degree programs to help you enhance skills and gain a competitive edge in military and civilian markets. Forge your path at GCU, one of the nation's top military-friendly colleges.
Tracey Manor, University Development Counselor
Aims Community College is one of the most progressive two-year colleges in Colorado. Founded more than 50 years ago in Greeley, Aims has since established locations in Fort Lupton, Loveland and Windsor. Curriculum now includes 4,000 day, evening, weekend and online courses annually in more than 200 degree and certificate programs. View our programs here: https://www.aims.edu/academics/areas-of-study.php
At Aims, students can earn a certificate or degree in a career and technical education field to prepare them to step into the job market, or they can complete an associate of arts or science degree (the first two-years of a four-year degree) and transfer on to a public university within the state of Colorado to complete their bachelor’s degree.
Aims offers multiple Veterans Affairs School Certifying Officials to assist with education benefit certification and assistance with VA education applications and the FAFSA; credit for military and prior learning experience; a Veteran’s Engagement Hub; and Veteran’s Club.
The credit Aims offers for achievement and knowledge gained outside the traditional classroom is through standardized tests and for military training. Military learning experiences must be applicable to the student’s declared degree or certificate program for credit to be awarded. Credit for learning gained in the U.S. Military is based on the American Council on Education (ACE) Military Guide credit recommendations. For more information visit https://www.aims.edu/student/sert/transfer/military.
Aims Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Aims Community College is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution. www.aims.edu
Contact Kim Joiner, see below
DAV MISSION STATEMENT
We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. We accomplish this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America’s injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life.
If you’re hurting, today is the day to find help. Our counselors will take you on a healing journey. With care and expertise, they’ll gently guide you to feelings of wholeness and wellness. Heart Centered Counseling have multiple counselors on staff, giving you access to a wealth of knowledge and expertise built on many years of clinical experience. We’ll match you with just the right practitioner to help you address your specific situation.
DAV Transportation Program
For Wyoming and Northern Colorado
The DAV Transportation program was established to provide transportation to Veterans in need of medical care from designated point of departure to the Cheyenne VA Medical Center and return.
The program’s drivers are all volunteers. Vans are not wheelchair accessible and do not run on Federal holidays or weekends. Vans only run if they have scheduled pickups.
The program has vans in Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Rawlins, WY; Sidney and Scottsbluff in Western Nebraska; Fort Collins, Greeley, Fort Morgan, in Northern Colorado. Each city has its scheduled days to the VA Medical Center.
Northeast Wyoming has the Sheridan VA Medical Center supporting Veterans in Gillette, Riverton, Casper, Powell, Afton, Lander, and Cody, WY.
Rock Springs and Evanston Veterans visit the Salt Lake City, Utah VA Medical Center.
To schedule a ride call the Hospital Service Coordinators:
Cheyenne VA Medical Center 307-778-7577
Sheridan VA Medical Center 307-675-3273
Fort Collins 970-484-1795
Fort Morgan, Brush, Sterling 970-381-9707
Here at Home Instead Senior Care, we proudly care for our Veterans every day. We believe that our commitment to caring for their needs is one of the most important ways we can show just how much we appreciate their service to our country. Home Instead provides trustworthy, kindhearted, home care services in your home. All caregivers are thoroughly screened, extensively trained, professional, and reliable. At Home Instead, it's about providing the highest-quality home care services to fit you and your family's needs. Over the past 17 years in Northern Colorado, we have seen the reward of clients utilizing the Aid and Attendance Benefit to help cover medical expenses, including Home Instead Senior Care services. Home Instead Senior Care of Northern Colorado also offers meaningful, flexible and very rewarding employment opportunities. As a caregiver, you can help families restore balance, order and peace to their lives and help their loved ones remain at home. Caregiver's benefit from initial and on-going job training, flexible scheduling, and the opportunity to meet new people and develop meaningful relationships. Mike Maguire, owner of Home Instead Senior Care of Northern Colorado, received the Patriotic Employer Award in 2015 for his outstanding support of the military and their families.
Qualified Listeners partnered with ARC Stores and Canvas Credit Union to provide the Suits for Veterans program.
If any Veteran, female or male, in Colorado or SE Wyoming needs a suit, call Qualified Listeners at 720-600-0860 and request a Voucher. Bring the Voucher to any of our 28 stores and receive a complete suit outfit -FREE to you.