Douglas County Office of Veteran Affairs is open Monday – Thursday.
Appointments are recommended but not required.
You may also contact us:
- By calling 303-663-6200 and leaving a message with your name and phone number.
- Email [email protected] with the full name, address, phone number, and email address of the veteran (and the claimant, if other than the veteran, such as the surviving spouse.) If possible email a pdf copy of the veteran’s DD214.
- Complete the Veteran’s Inquiry Form.
VA Adds New Agent Orange Presumptive
The William M Thornberry National Defense Authorization Act added three medical conditions to the list of those presumptive diseases associated with exposure to Agent Orange. Those conditions are bladder cancer, hypothyroidism, and Parkinsonism.
Vietnam War-era Veterans and their survivors, who previously filed and were denied benefits for one of these three new presumptive conditions, will have their cases automatically reviewed without the need to refile a claim. For more information please call 303-663-6200.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
For information and answers to common questions please visit the VA COVID-19 vaccine page
Emergency assistance is available to veterans struggling with housing (mortgage and rent payments), transportation, employment, healthcare or other emergency needs. To apply for the veterans assistance funds visit Veterans Emergency Assistance Funds or call 303-663-6200.
The Office of Veterans Affairs provides access to benefits, services and military retiree information, including resources, emergency funds and property tax exemptions for veterans and their families. As advocates for veterans, staff provides timely information on services, events, and activities affecting veterans. This includes coordination with the Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs and the United Veterans Committee (UVC) of Colorado. The Veterans Affairs staff also assists all veterans in applying for benefits, employment assistance, medical care, transportation and coordination to other services.
The staff consists of volunteers who are military veterans. They are trained by and work in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and have successfully been accredited by the National Associated of County Veterans Service Officers.
Assist county residents who served in the Armed Forces and their dependents to obtain any and all benefits for which they may be eligible.