Denver Vet Center

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Address:

7465 E. 1st Avenue Suite B Denver, CO 80230

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We provide individual, family and group counseling for Veterans and their families. Additionally, we provide military sexual trauma counseling and bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death. We see veterans with any discharge other than dishonorable and you do not need to be signed up for VA healthcare to use Vet Center Services.

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Phone: 303-326-0645
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Contact Name: Jessica LaBudda, MSW, Outreach Program Specialist
Fax Number: 303-326-0715
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Mission:

Vet Centers serve veterans and their families by providing a continuum of quality care that adds value for veterans, families, and communities. Care includes professional readjusment counseling, community education, outreach to special populations, the brokering of services with community agencies, and provides a key access link between the veteran and other services in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.


Ratings & Comments

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5/16/2016 - The above review is not a review of the Denver Vet Center. Vet Centers do not handle VRAP or any other education benefits.

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3/29/2015 - This program for me has been nonthig short of a goat rope for me. The rules for this program are changing every other day. One minute my campus (ECPI/Innsbrook) is approved for VRAP (On 22 August) then the 28th, it's not. When I called the VA, an employee their told me that their bosses we're coming into their cubicles on a daily basis changing the rules sent down from the VA in Buffalo. Now the new rule is, if your campus offers anything higher than an Associates, it's not VRAP approved. What the heck does it matter if my campus offers both AS and BS programs, as long as I am enrolled in an Associates Program that supports a profession in high need by the Department of Labor and there is a VA Certifying Official there, that's all that should be required! I'm on my second term at ECPI (Started 23 July) and I still haven't been awarded any VRAP benefits yet because of this fly by the seat of your pants going on with campus approvals. I've already taken out SallieMae loans based on the first campus approval of 22 August. But when I got a disapproval letter dated 28 August on Friday 31 August, just in time to ruin my Labor Day weekend, I almost threw up!!!! This is why I have now chosen to get my congressman involved, one of which has alreadt told me that this is not how veterans should be getting treated and that he was actively ready to get the ball rolling on my case. It shouldn't have come down to this.

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