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Veteran RESOURCES

At High Country Veterans Adventures we are about more than just the outdoor experience; afterwards is just as important.  Below you will find quite a few resources to help you when you at any point in your military transition.  However, if you need more help, reach out to us!  We also have assistance for finding jobs, writing resumes, housing, use of your GI Bill or Vocational Rehabilitation and Educational Benefits.  While we specialize in the central Colorado/Rocky Mountain region, we can help get you in contact with local resources if your needs are outside of our scope. Reach out if you would like to chat about how we can help you get your veteran life more comfortable.

Email - Info@hcvaco.org

Call/Text - 970-205-9144

Building Hope Summit County

970.485.6271

Building Hope Summit County is a community-wide initiative designed to create a more coordinated, effective and responsive mental health system that promotes emotional health, reduces stigma and improves access to care and support for everyone in Summit County.

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Summit County, Colorado Veterans Services

970.509.9024

Duane Dailey, Summit County Veterans Services Officer
gcvso@co.grand.co.us

602 Galena St.

Frisco, CO  80443

Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center - Heroic Military Program

This Program is designed for men and women who serve our country, have been injured in the line of duty and are now faced with the challenge of accepting and living with a disability.

Colorado VA Office of Community Care

303.202.8290

If you are new to central Colorado, you will soon find out there is no nearby VA office. Contact community care to get squared away.

Semper Fi & America's Fund

If you are a veteran looking for post 911 combat engagement support or Vietnam veteran, look no further.  Click the link above to see what may be available to you and fill out the contact form at the bottom of that web page.

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Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Association for Brain Injuries

Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Association for Brain Injuries’ Healing Our Heroes program supports our post 9/11 veterans, who were deployed and suffered a brain injury while serving in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, by assisting with payments for hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) treatments as well as providing lodging for those veterans who will be traveling to Louisville, Colorado for HBOT treatments.

Looking for more information or do not qualify for the Healing Our Heroes program?  Look below or contact Eddie and his team!

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Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Institute

Founded in 2007, the Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Institute to provides oxygen-based therapy for a wide variety of medical conditions.

Research conducted by the US Navy over several decades showed that many types of wounds healed more rapidly by providing a pure oxygen breathing atmosphere while the patient is in a pressurized chamber. This technique, called hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), “supercharges” the blood with additional healing oxygen that can reach tissues even if normal blood circulation is compromised.

For more information, contact Jesus and his team!

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Advocates of Lake County

If you are in Lake County Colorado and need help, contact them now.  They specialize in domestic violence and sexual assault, and new for 2024 is homelessness assistance.  More information is available here if you are having a housing issue.  You may also reach out to the Director, Bridge-Leadville Housing Program, Tim Best by email or phone 

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