The Boulder County Veteran Service Office provides U.S. military Veterans and their dependents with access to benefits through local, state, federal, and nonprofit programs. Our accredited officers provide assistance with advising, educating, and submission of VA disability benefits and their programs. The Veteran Service Office is not an entity of the Veterans Administration but is licensed and accredited representatives of the Veteran’s Benefits Administration. Boulder County’s Veteran Services Officers (VSOs) are pleased to serve those who have served our country and their dependents.
Contact our Veteran Service Officer
- To speed up the process of working with our VSOs, we encourage you to complete this form first. Our team will contact you as soon as they are able.
- Phone: 303-441-3890
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mailing address is 515 Coffman St., Ste. 150; Longmont, CO 80501.
Our Veteran Services Team offers resource information, referral, and assistance based on the individual needs of Veterans and their dependents. Our team will help you make informed choices about the services and support available, and take a person-centered approach to service connection. Examples of benefits our team can assist with include VA Disability, appeals, burial benefits, and survivors benefits.
General Eligibility Requirements
Veterans and their dependents are potentially eligible for benefits. Eligibility will be determined during an intake interview.
To begin the process, complete your intent to file with the VA, review the steps on the VA webpage or call 1-800-827-1000.
Next, make an appointment with our VSO Team by calling 303-441-3890 or emailing email@example.com.
Are you experiencing homelessness?
Please contact our partners at Veterans Community Project (VCP) for assistance. The VCP Outreach Center is located at 1228 Main St., Longmont,CO, 80501. They are open Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9 a.m. to noon. Contact them at 720-340-2916.
In order to access any VA Benefit your DD214 or Discharge Equivalent is required. Follow this link to access a DD214 or Discharge Equivalent form.
To apply for VA Healthcare, you need to complete a 10-10EZ. This form can be found on the VA’s “How to apply for VA health care” webpage.
If you are a veteran living outside of Boulder County, please visit County Veterans Service Officers to locate your Veterans Service Officer.
If you’re looking for employment services, please visit Workforce Boulder County or call 720-776-0822.
Mental Health Resources for Veterans
Veterans in suicidal crisis can go to any VA or non-VA health care facility for free emergency health care. Read more here.
Suicide and Crisis Lifeline – 988 (Then press 1 for Veteran-specific assistance.)
Colorado Crisis Services – 1-844-493-8255
The Lethal Means Safety Video provides information on healthy decision-making around firearm storage in or out of the home.