Veterans Resources

If you’re a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, there are caring, qualified VA responders standing by to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, anonymous, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. Click on the Red Button or Call 1-800-273-8255 Press 1

975 Kirman Avenue, Reno, NV 89502   Phone: 775-786-7200

  Fax: 775-328-1464

VAMC Reno is the hub of The VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System (VASNHCS) provides inpatient and outpatient care to a large geographical area that includes 20 counties in northern Nevada and northeastern California. The Reno campus is the site of the Ioannis A. Lougaris VA Medical Center, which operates 64 hospital beds and 60 Community Living Center (CLC) beds. VASNHCS also manages community based outpatient clinics in Auburn and Susanville, CA, and Carson Valley, Lahontan Valley, Fallon, and Winnemucca, NV. VASNHCS provides a broad array of inpatient and outpatient services in specialty medicine, surgery, primary care, mental health, and geriatrics and extended care. The hospital offers a wide range of diagnostic services, to include MRI, CT, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, as well as interventional cardiac catheterization services.

VAMC Reno Volunteering
Volunteers provide many important functions throughout the VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System and help make our patients’ stay more enjoyable. Volunteers can perform a number of services, and a volunteer’s talents are closely matched with one of our many assignments. (Note: Volunteer needs vary from facility to facility, these are a sampling. Please contact us to discuss our current volunteer needs. To volunteer, call or visit the VA Sierra Nevada Health Care System Voluntary Service Office. We will be happy to receive your application or discuss how you can help us in our mission to provide comfort and care to America’s veterans.

Community Affairs Services – office phone number 775-829-5661

Nevada Department of Veterans Services -Serving Nevada’s Heroes – For over 75 years we have been dedicated to helping an estimated 250,000 Nevada veterans get the services, benefits and quality of life they deserve. The men and women of the Nevada Department of Veterans Services are honored to address any issue, problem or concern of Nevada’s veterans and serving military – and their families. In addition to offering benefits counseling and assistance, including filing VA claims at no cost, we also operate a nationally recognized Southern Nevada State Veterans Home, in Boulder City, and our Northern Nevada State Veterans Home in Sparks. We also offer burial services and support obtaining military honors at our memorial cemeteries located in both Northern and Southern Nevada.

Welcome to the Nevada Veterans Services Organizations Registry of governmental agencies and private entities that provide services and resources to veterans, service members and their families and publish a digital copy of the registry on the Internet website maintained by the NDVS. About 40 Groups are Listed.

U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen, Reno Office – Bruce Thompson Federal Building,

400 S. Virginia Street,Suite 738, Reno, NV 89501 Phone 775-337-0110

A 64 page Veterans Resource Guide from Senator Rosen Office – Welcome to the Veterans Resource Guide for the state of Nevada. We hope this assists you in finding whatever benefits and services you need. The following information is tailored to both Northern and Southern Nevada. We have done our best to make this guide as user-friendly as possible. This guide is designed to provide you with key information about federal, state, and community-based programs and to serve as a general directory.

University of Nevada Reno Veterans Resource Directory –

The resource directory is primarily for Northern Nevada. It is meant to be printed out and distributed to Vets in need and to be used by you for quick reference. Because of the pandemic, it took longer than I expected to get this completed.Many thanks for helping get the word out to those who serve,

Mylan Hawkins 775-232-9825

In order to fully thank and memorialize the Military who have given their lives so that we can be a free nation and state, the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza will be at The Sparks Marina in Sparks, Nevada. It is to be a Statewide Memorial where all current 896 Servicemen and Women (and those in the future) from all counties will be enshrined. The Nevada Veterans Memorial project receives funding from individuals and companies interested in commemorating our Nevada fallen soldiers. All proceeds will support the plaza.  We are a 501c3 non-profit organization

Nevada Wartime Veteran’s Tax Exemption applies to residents who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States in any of the following branches:  Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, the National Guard, or Reserves, while on active duty and the Merchant Marine during time of war or national emergency. The veteran must have served a minimum of 90 continuous day of active duty. Disabled Veteran’s Exemption which provides for veterans who have a permanent service-connected disability of at least 60%. The amount of exemption is dependent upon the degree of disability incurred.  To qualify, the Veteran must have an honorable separation from the service and be a resident of Nevada.  The surviving spouse of a disabled veteran, who was eligible for this exemption at the time of his or her death, may also be eligible to receive this exemption.The exemption amount may be applied to next year’s tax bill on real property the veteran owns.  As another option, the veteran may choose to apply the exemption toward the government services and supplemental Governmental Services Taxes when registering vehicle with the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Fulfills a Promise and a Great Need –There are an estimated 80,000 veterans living in northern Nevada. This facility allows veterans in need of skilled nursing care to stay closer to home, near their family, friends, community, when they need it most. Quality Care and Just Like Home –The design and concept of the Northern Nevada State Veterans Home (NNSVH) is like no other. While it offers the highest level of skilled care, it will never feel like a hospital or institution. The 102,000 square foot facility has 96 beds and features a host of amenities. Veterans have their own private room and share a den, living room and kitchen with 15 other residents. A “Town Hall” has a restaurant, coffee bistro, sports bar, therapy gym, beauty/barber shop, general commissary store as well as parade grounds for military and patriotic ceremonies. Additionally, the “Town Hall” serves as a gathering place, hub and heart for area Veteran Service Organizations and other Veteran Support or Advocacy groups. NNSVH is overseen by the Nevada Department of Veterans Services and managed by Avalon Health Care Management