Our team provides listening services for all Veterans and family members. In addition, we provide a Resource Hub of all viable Veteran and family services available in northern Colorado. Northern Colorado runs from Broomfield north to Wyoming and east to Prospect Valley.
Please let us know if you would like to get together with one of our Qualified Listeners, perhaps over coffee. We only meet in public places to ensure you and our Listeners are kept safe.
To initiate a meeting just leave us a phone message, or email or fill out the form on our web site.
Providing Solutions – Not just Services!
United States Department of Veteran Affairs
Cheyenne VA Health Care System
Cheyenne Main Number 307-778-7550
Ft. Collins Main Number 970-224-1550
Loveland Main Number 970-962-4900
Rawlins Main Number 307-324-5578
Sidney Main Number 308-254-6085
Sterling, Laramie, Wheatland, Torrington Main Number 888-483-9127 ext. 3816
Speed Dial Phone Tree Key
Pharmacy Press 1
Appointments Press 2
Nurse Triage Press 3
Enrollment Eligibility Press 4
Billing Questions Press 5, then Press 1
Care in the Community Press 5, then Press 2
Patient Advocate Press 0, then Press 1
Veteran or family member in crisis Press 7
Operator Press 0, then Press 0
VA Chaplain Services 307-778-7377
VA Voluntary Services (Volunteer or Donate) 307-778-7317
Veteran Transportation Service 307-433-3735; 307-432-3804; 970-310-1200
Transition Care Management (OEF / OIF / OND)—307-778-7550 ext.7068;
Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255, Press 1
My HealtheVet—307-778-7550 ext. 7119 or www.myhealth.va.gov
The Back Home SSVF Program is a Housing-First program designed to deliver case management, temporary financial assistance, and other support services (such as employment/education assistance) to Veteran families. Examples of services provided include:
● Case management
● Housing search counseling/assistance
● Education/employment counseling
● Temporary financial assistance (limited as indicated by VA depending upon the type)
● Referrals to community resources
Our services are designed to “prevent and resolve homelessness”.
To receive supportive services under the SSVF program, you must be:
1. A Veteran
2. Extremely low income
3. Homeless or at immediate risk of becoming homeless
Greeley -Laura Meusch 970-999-5817 LMeusch@VOAColorado.org
Fort Collins – Colter Schutte 970-999-5877 CShutte@VOAColorado.org