Veteran Service Officers

Veterans and their dependents are potentially eligible for benefits and eligibility will be determined during an intake interview.  The Veteran Service Officer (VSO) will serve as your advocate to assist you with the preparation, presentation, and possible appeal of your VA benefits. They are trained and accredited by the VA to aid Veterans, their dependents, and survivors. Services are provided at no charge.

Your DD-214 and other records can change over time regardless of when you were discharged from the military. Some Veterans have been surprised to learn they may be eligible for awards, accommodations, and benefits they were not aware of. You do not have to fill out VA forms yourself; it is the job of the VSO to do this for you.

VSOs are available in every county in the U.S. Their services do not have geographical boundaries and are authorized to assist regardless of where you live. They may also be a resource for services other than what the VA provides, such as home care, transportation, housing, etc.

For questions or more information, please call Qualified Listeners at 720-600-0860. We are a Colorado-based Veteran & Family Resource Hub. Our job is to connect you with resources that meet your needs.

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