Veterans Resources

America's service members have bravely fought to defend our country, and they should not have to fight for a good-paying job or the benefits they've earned when they leave the service or come home. This page provides information and links on educational opportunities, job banks, workforce development opportunities and other resources for veterans and their families.

If you have questions or need help working with a federal agency, you can also contact my Veterans Hotline at 719-328-1100 or click here to receive assistance.

If you are a veteran in crisis, or the family or friend of a veteran in crisis, and would like to talk to someone confidentially, please call or click to chat the Veterans Crisis Line. Department of Veterans Affairs responders are available 24 hours a day to support veterans and their families through a confidential toll-free hotline or online chat.

Employment and Educational Opportunities for Veterans

The Post-9/11 GI Bill restores the promise of a fully paid for public education for those who have served. If you are a Post-9/11 veteran, you or a family member may qualify. Click here for more information.

Not sure what to do now that you're back from service? My Next Move for Veterans is an online tool that helps veterans figure out how to best put their training to use in a civilian job and what job most suits their interests. For more information, click here.

Veterans are just one click away from downloading the Veteran Gold Card, which provides six months of personalized case management, assessments and counseling at the One-Stop Career Centers or Workforce Development Centers in your area. To download the card and gain access to services to help you succeed in today's job market, click here. To find the One-Stop Career Center or Workforce Development Center nearest to you, click here.

Helmets to Hardhats helps connect veterans with careers in construction by guiding veterans through searching and applying for construction jobs and providing advice from construction industry and military professionals. Click here to learn more about this organization.

Need Help with Veterans Benefits?

America's veterans are entitled to benefits and a quality of care worthy of their sacrifice. If you are a veteran and are experiencing difficulty with your claim or appeal with the Department of Veterans Affairs, my office may be able to help you.

Veterans Hotline - 719-328-1100


Click here to learn more about how my Constituent Advocates who specialize in Veterans and Military issues can help.

Additional Resources

  • Washington Office
  • Denver Office
  • Pueblo Office
  • Alamosa Office
  • Eagle County Office
  • Colorado Springs Office
  • Fort Collins Office
  • Grand Junction Office
  • Durango Office