Broomfield Veteran Service Office
Broomfield's Veteran Service Office provides free assistance for veterans and their families in filing for any VA benefits. We can assist you in several ways:
- Getting a copy of your DD-214 and/or service records.
- Assist in the gathering of evidence, preparation and submission of claims for benefits.
- Assist in filing Appeals for denied claims for benefits.
For assistance and questions about VA benefits call us at 720-887-2263.
Veterans can file for a current disability that is related to their time in service.
There are generally four types:
- Direct service connection: the disability is directly related to the veteran's service.
- Presumptive service connection: the veteran is "presumed" to have been exposed to some event or condition that is related to their current disability.
- Secondary service connection: A veteran has a disability that is in some way related to or caused by a current service-connected disability.
- Aggravation: a veteran has a condition that existed prior to service, but this condition was aggravated and became worse due to service.
Review Eligibility Requirements here.
For additional information about VA disability compensation: VA Disability Compensation Page
Educational benefits assist an eligible veteran and/or their dependents with costs associated with school, such as tuition, books, and some living expenses. The veteran and/or dependents must meet all criteria and eligibility requirements.
More information is available at VA Educational Benefits.
A needs-based and means-tested financial benefit is available to eligible veterans that meet all income and asset requirements. Eligibility for this benefit requires that the veteran must have served during a period of war, although it is not necessary for the veteran to have actively participated in the conflict.
For More information on Veterans Pension: VA Veterans Pension Page
A needs-based, and means-tested financial benefit is available to eligible surviving dependents of veterans who served during a period of war.
For more information on Survivors Pension: VA Survivors Pension Page
Aid & Attendance (A&A)
Veterans and Survivors who are eligible for the VA Pension benefit and need the help of another person to assist with normal activities of daily living (ADL's), may be entitled to this additional monetary benefit. A&A is paid in addition to the Pension benefits, and can not be paid without eligibility to the Pension benefit.
For additional information on the VA's Aid & Attendance Benefit: VA Aid & Attendance Page
VA Health Care
Eligible veterans may apply for VA Health Care coverage. If you do not meet any of the criteria for VA Health Care, the VA will base your eligibility on your annual household income from the prior year.
There are several ways to apply for VA Health Care: Apply for VA Health Care