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Resource Directory

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.

    Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association
    Service Description

    We participate in and plan events with the goal of helping military Veterans, Veteran causes and organizations who support Veterans. We provide motorcycle escorts and flag details for Veteran funerals, parades and other Veteran events. We plan and carry out fund raisers, liaison with community leaders and other Veteran support groups in order to assist them in helping our northern Colorado Veterans.

    We are a 501-C3 organization of combat Veterans from all branches of the United States Armed Forces who ride motorcycles as a hobby. We have chapters and members in all 50 states and living overseas. Many members continue to serve in our Armed Forces with several in combat areas.

    Front Range Chapter 3-6 is based in northern Colorado and has members throughout the area such as Fort Collins, Windsor, Loveland, Greeley and Johnstown.

    JEFFREY PETERS
    COMMANDER
    CVMA 3-6

    Website Address
    Operation Equine
    Business Name
    Service Description

    Operation Equine and Mount Moriah Stables serve the needs of military service members, veterans, their families, and supporters of the SMVF community.
    We provide Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Learning (EAP/L) through licensed and certified professionals, along with our herd of horses. We support those working through the challenges of service as they create their New Normal in civilian life. We offer a professional, experienced, and effective approach to mental health and the unique issues facing military and veteran families.

    Operation Equine is located in a peaceful, confidential setting that is ideal for those working through both physical and emotional trauma.

    We provide a free, half-hour, initial consultation. For more information or to set an appointment, please email or call us.

    Phone Number
    720-588-3035
    Address
    Broomfield, CO
    Pathways
    Business Name
    Service Description

    Honoring every moment of life, Pathways is a nonprofit organization serving Larimer and Weld Counties with expert hospice care, palliative care and grief and loss support. Pathways has provided compassionate care for individuals and their families for the past 40 years and is the leading nonprofit of hospice care in northern Colorado. We place great emphasis on honoring veterans in our community and achieved the top Level IV status of the We Honor Veterans program in 2015. This distinction demonstrates our continued commitment to ensuring that the men and women who have served our country have access to quality end-of-life care.

    Phone Number
    970-663-3500
    Address
    Fort Collins, CO
    Seity
    Business Name
    Service Description

    In Downtown Longmont, I am a mental health and substance abuse counselor providing individual, family, and couples counseling. I have a special interest in supporting women, spouses, and families of veterans and utilize trauma-informed and mindfulness based practices.

    Website Address
    Phone Number
    720-204-4875
    Address
    Longmont, CO
    Service Category
    Service Description

    U.S. Representative Ken Buck’s office staff provides assistance to Veterans and our military for services and benefits. Records search, medals, burials, and case inquiries to Federal agencies. Advocacy to our Veterans for medical services. Military Liaison with our active military installations.

    Phone Number
    970-702-2136
    Address
    5626 West 19th Street, Suite A, Greeley, CO
    Zip Code
    80634
    Cheyenne VAMC Chaplain Services
    Service Description

    Veteran, spouse and family counseling, one-on-one and group sessions available.

    Available in the Loveland and Fort Collins clinics too.

    Address
    Cheyenne, Fort Collins and Loveland
    Veteran Service Officer – Boulder County
    Service Description

    Veteran Service Office – South Weld & Boulder County
    Karen Townsend supports Veterans exceptionally well and has for over 30 years. She cares deeply about Veterans and proves it every day.

    She can help you get into the VA system correctly.

    Phone Number
    720-864-6663
    Address
    Longmont, CO
    Healing Warriors Program
    Service Description

    Healing Warriors Program is a 501C3 nonprofit and registered VA vendor providing non-narcotic care therapies for Pain, Post Traumatic Stress and Sleep disturbance to service members and their spouse, partner and parent. Healing Warriors Program provides services to active duty, reserve, veteran service members of any era, any branch of service. Their main clinic is located in Fort Collins which is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. Monthly Pop-Up clinics offer free walk-in services in Denver, Longmont, and Colorado Springs. For more information on services, please call the clinic at 970-776-VETS (8387) or visit the website.

    Phone Number
    970-776-8387
    Address
    1136 E. Stuart Street, Ste 4202 Fort Collins, CO
    Zip Code
    80525
    Hero Expeditions
    Business Name
    Service Description

    An exceptional collection of hunting and fishing experts and many Veteran and active duty volunteers who create a culture and environment of support for every client, on an individual basis.

    For every event we have a few small goals.

    #1 - Get each veteran in connection with other veterans. Before they even meet they already have a bond that the rest of us don't understand, just put them in a room, a truck or a hunting blind with each other and get out of the way.

    #2 - Take a genuine interest in their lives. We ask each of our volunteers to be exceptional listeners and to pay attention to detail. We want to be available when someone calls or wants to open up about their life. We aren't therapists, we're a resource. We're here to listen to them and to care about them. We use our events to form that bond and develop trust.

    #3 - Make it fun. Veterans and special needs individuals alike need a release from everyday life. The change of pace and the excitement of the event fuels them and the act of adventure alone can be enough to have a real positive impact.

    #4 - Follow up. We always look forward to staying in touch with those we work with. Most of our participants make new friends while they're on a Hero Expeditions outing and it's very common for them to stay in touch with each other as well.

    VFW – Department of Colorado
    Service Description

    Assisting American Military Veterans

    Website Address
    Phone Number
    303-421-1630