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A PUBLICATION OF THE UTAH DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AND MILITARY AFFAIRS

veterans.utah.gov • JULY 2018

WORLD WAR II/KOREAN WAR • VIETNAM WAR • COLD WAR/PEACETIME • GULF WAR/OIF/OEF • FAMILY
• Helpful Links pg. 2
• VBA pg. 11
• Upcoming Events pg. 2
• FAQs pg. 13
• Governor's Message pg. 3

in the

News pg. 7
• Hill Air Force Base pg. 4
• VA Federal News pg. 5
• Veterans on Course pg. 6
• Memorial Day Photos pg. 8
• Veterans Business Conf. pg. 9
• DWS pg. 10
• Benefits & Resources pg. 14
• Outreach Calendar pg. 15
Helpful Links 

Register your information with the Veterans Information System:


uvisreg.utah.gov/vtsreg/public/Register

Outreach, Websites, Claims Assistance, Events, and Resources

UTAH DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS CLAIMS ASSISTANCE CALENDAR COORDINATION OF VETERANS


AND MILITARY AFFAIRS veterans.utah.gov/outreach-calendar SERVICES
veterans.utah.gov veterans.utah.gov/coordination-of-
CALENDAR OF EVENTS veteran-services
veterans.utah.gov/events-calendar

Upcoming Events — veterans.utah.gov/events-calendar


JULY Thursday – 30 August • 0800 -0930 Friday – 12 October • 0700 - 1600
Veterans Business Breakfast Salt Lake City Homeless Stand Down
Wednesday – 4 July • Salt Lake Chamber, SLC, UT • Salt Palace, SLC, UT
Independence Day

Wednesday & Thursday – 18 & 19 July SEPTEMBER NOVEMBER


• 0900 - 1500
Boots 2 Business Reboot Monday – 3 September Thursday – 8 November • 1100
• Hill Air Force Base Labor Day Veterans Day 100th Anniversary of the Armistice
• Utah Capitol Rotunda, SLC, UT
Thurs. - Tues. – 19 - 24 July Tuesday – 11 September • 1000 - 2200
Days of 47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo Utah State Fair Thursday – 11 November
• Utah State Fairpark • State Fairgrounds SLC, UT Veterans Day

Tuesday – 24 July Wednesday – 12 September • 0900 - 1400


Pioneer Day Education Summit
• UVU, Orem, UT
Thursday – 26 July • 1000 - 1400
Thursday – 13 September • 0900 - 1300
HONOR
OUR
Minority Focus Town Hall
• SLC Main Public Library Millcreek Senior Fair
• Millcreek Senior Center, Millcreek, UT

AUGUST Saturday – 15 September

Saturday – 4 August • 1000


Governors Day
VETERANS
Ride for the Fallen Friday & Saturday – 21 - 22 September
• Elk Ridge Park, Logan, UT 1st OHV Veterans Ride
TBD
Tuesday – 14 August • 0900
Government Contracting for Veterans Saturday – 29 September • 1000 - 1300
• SLCC MCPC 101, SLC, UT Tooele 5th Annual Senior Expo
• Tooele Technical College, Tooele, UT
Wednesday & Thursday – 15 & 16 August
• 0900 - 1500
Boots 2 Business Reboot OCTOBER
• Orem Small Business Center, Orem
Thursday – 11 October • 0800 - 1700
2018 Utah PTAC Symposium/ Vendor Fair
• Viridian Event Cntr. West Jordan, UT
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Governor's Message
Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert

When our forefathers signed the Declaration of Independence 242 years ago,
they pledged their loyalty not merely to a document, but to a dream. In doing so,
they made a solemn promise to hope for freedom and equality for all and to give
everything necessary to achieve it.

On this Independence Day, let us reflect on the freedoms we enjoy. Our freedoms
are the culmination of the work and vision of patriots and pioneers. For centuries,
such freedoms were only the subject of dreams, but they are our reality. Let us
protect them. Let us utilize them. As we celebrate, let us remember the sacrifices of
those who came before and pay our respects.

We honor our brave Military and Veterans today. As we remember the men and
women who fight to ensure our liberties and protect our rights, we should solemnly
consider what we can do to support them and remember to offer our gratitude.
Like our forefathers, let us arise and stand for what is right, and let us continue to
work to make the world a better place.

May God bless the State of Utah, and may God bless America. 

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Hill Air Force Base

H
ILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah — For years, the Hill “We have federal employees, volunteers, and a
Aerospace Museum has been a “must-see” foundation all working together. This award is a
attraction in northern Utah. More than 265,000 direct testament to their selfless efforts,” Clark said.
visitors a year tour the museum’s airpark and indoor “Museums are about community, and we have
galleries spanning 30-acres. and will continue to involve numerous community
members in our operations.”
Now, one of the largest travel sites on the web is
saying the same. Recognition aside, Clark said the museum isn’t finished
with making improvements.
The website Trip Advisor, a site dedicated to travel-
related content and visitor reviews, recognized the The museum is nearing completion of an interactive
Hill Aerospace Museum last month with its Hall of “C-130 experience” classroom where visitors will be
Fame award for receiving the site’s Certificate of able to climb into the cockpit and learn more about
Excellence five years in a row. the long and diverse history of the aircraft. The exhibit
will also be used as a classroom where the museum
The site issues the certificates to establishments based will offer programs focused on STEM (science,
on continued excellence in hospitality and people technology, engineering and math.)
who provided reviews on Trip Advisor ranked the Hill
Aerospace Museum as the number one place to visit Other recent additions to the museum include a new
in the region. Utah Aviation Hall of Fame, a display dedicated to
Hill’s namesake Maj. Ployer B. Hill, an F-16 Thunderbird
Aaron Clark, the museum’s director, said he’s static display, and an aerospace education center
elated to receive the recognition and credited the with four classrooms.
museum’s professional staff for staying focused on
customer service, its collection and exhibits, care of Clark said the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of
the museum grounds and facility, and encouraging Utah is continually fundraising for new exhibits and
community involvement. programs. Plans are underway for construction of a
third gallery that will house all the aircraft currently on
“We have and will continue to listen to our customers,” display outside the museum.
Clark said.
The museum is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-
Since becoming the museum director in 2013, the Saturday. Admission is free. Visit:
museum has shifted to developing engaging exhibits https://www.aerospaceutah.org/
that show the rich history of Hill Air Force Base and for more information.
Utah aviation.
(No federal endorsement of the commercial website
Clark said the museum’s grounds, facility and mentioned in this article is intended.) 
collection are cared for by dedicated staff and
volunteers. In addition, the Aerospace Heritage
Foundation of Utah is a private, non-profit organization
that provides capital support for the museum.

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VA Federal News

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VA medical center employees partner with local organizations to serve Veterans and
their families
Every year, VHA holds a national contest to spotlight successful partnerships between VA medical
facilities and nongovernmental organizations. The contest brings attention to the collaborative
efforts taking place in local communities to serve Veterans, their families, caregivers and
survivors.

To read the full article visit: https://www.blogs.va.gov/VAntage/49714/va-medical-center-


employees-partner-local-organizations/

Veteran victims of military sexual trauma helped with telehealth technology

The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System is expanding therapy services to victims


of military sexual trauma by using some of the latest advancements in telehealth
technology.

To read more go to: https://www.blogs.va.gov/VAntage/49621/veteran-vic-


tims-military-sexual-trauma-helped-telehealth-technology/

VA Updates and Improves Assistance Program for Transitioning Service Members


WASHINGTON - As part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) ongoing efforts to help
transitioning service members navigate and understand VA's various benefits, the agency recently
updated VA's briefing portion of the Transition Assistance Program (TAP) - an interagency initiative
authorized as a voluntary program in 1991 under the National Defense Authorization Act and made
mandatory under the VOW to Hire Heroes Act in 2011 to help service members adjust to civilian
life.

To read more go to: https://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=4039

VA Releases National Suicide Data Report


WASHINGTON - Today the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released
findings from its most recent analysis of Veteran suicide data for all 50 states and
the District of Columbia.

To read more go to: https://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=4074

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Veterans on Course

U
tah Golf Foundation’s Veterans on Course Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club – Tuesday,
Schedule Set for 2018 November 13th

MILLCREEK, UTAH – Following back-to-back seasons of The First Tee of Utah will continue supporting the
overwhelming growth, the Utah Golf Foundation looks Veterans on Course program by serving as the Vets
forward to another successful year of Veterans on Club Depot, a receipt and distribution location
Course (VOC) events. With 11 VOC events scheduled offering donated golf equipment to Veterans new
throughout the state of Utah, the UGF expects the to the game. The First Tee of Utah’s office is located
2018 season to be nothing short of incredible. at Golf The Round, 680 West 3300 South in Salt Lake
City. Donations are accepted during office hours,
Veterans on Course, a program open to male and weekdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Vets Club Depot equipment
female Military personnel of active or Veteran status, will be available at each VOC event.
was started in 2016 by the Utah Golf Foundation as
a pilot program to provide instruction and playing As a registered 501(c)(3) corporation, all donations to
opportunities to Military personnel of all ages and the Utah Golf Foundation (UGF) are tax deductible.
skill levels free of charge. Each event consists of Donations can be made at utahgolffoundation.org.
lessons from PGA Professionals, a nine-hole scramble Your donations support the continuing work of the
tournament and a social gathering with hors d’oeuvres UGF’s Veterans on Course and Utah Youth on Course
and a guest speaker. programs. Without your contributions, the UGF
would be unable to fulfill its mission and purpose to
The 2016 inaugural VOC season included four events, financially support programs expanding opportunity
all of which filled to maximum capacity. Due to the and access to those who wish to play golf in Utah.
program’s awe-inspiring success, the 2017 schedule
was comprised of nine events throughout Utah. More For more information about the Utah Golf
than 600 Military Veterans participated. In 2018, 11 Foundation and its Veterans on Course initiative, visit
events will be hosted from Logan to St. George, with utahgolffoundation.org, or call UGF Program Director
an expectation of nearly 800 participants. Megan Huntsman at 385-347-5009.
The following VOC events will open for registration About the Utah Golf Foundation:
at utahgolffoundation.org one month prior to each The Utah Golf Foundation (UGF), the 501(c)(3)
event date: nonprofit affiliate of the Utah Golf Association,
administers Veterans on Course and Utah Youth on
Oquirrh Hills Golf Course – Thursday, June 7th Course. As the only statewide charitable foundation
Davis Park Golf Course – Thursday, June 21st in Utah solely devoted to the game of golf, the UGF
Rose Park Golf Course – Thursday, July 26th was established in 1989 and reestablished itself as its
Soldier Hollow Silver Course – Saturday, August 11th own entity in 2014 to provide individuals access to
River Oaks Golf Course – Thursday, August 30th the game of golf and contributions to programs and
Logan Country Club – Thursday, September 20th organizations that help grow the game. 
Hobble Creek Golf Course – Thursday, October 4th
Fore Lakes Executive Course – Thursday, October 18th

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in the
Veteran Owned Business
News

H
aight Bey & Associates LLC is a small, Veteran- The Haight Bey & Associates family currently employs
owned business in West Haven, Utah. Military a full-time staff of fifteen, including professional
Veteran, Aliahu “Alli” Bey leads a team of electrical engineers, certified cybersecurity
engineers and cybersecurity experts who excel in managers, engineering interns, field and depot
a proud and established tradition. They specialize electromechanical technicians, computer
in industrial, commercial, and government systems aided design (CAD) technicians, designers, and
engineering, as well as electrical engineering design administrative staff.
and cybersecurity solutions for small to medium-size
businesses. Haight Bey has decades of experience coordinating
engineering and sustainment services for US
Their service offerings include: Department of Defense (DoD) systems; 15 years of
those years include cybersecurity activities. 
• Cybersecurity and IT risk management
• Project planning
• Sustainment and life-cycle management solution
• Electrical and mechanical design
• Construction services
• Facility construction
• Preventative and emergency maintenance
• Worldwide logistics
• Help-desk and call center management

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Memorial Day Ceremony 2018

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Veterans Business Conference

F
our years ago, the Veteran-Owned Business July 31st
Partnership was created to ensure that Veterans Applications due for Advanced Business Training
have the best business resources available at (ABT) fall cohort in Lehi
their fingertips. One of those resources was the
annual Veterans Business Conference held on May Aug. 14th
11th this year. All-Star NBA player, business owner, Government Contracting for Veterans in Sandy
and motivational speaker, Mark Eaton, was the key-
note and spoke on topics in his recent book The Four Aug. 15th and 16th
Commitments of a Winning Team. The conference Boots to Business/Reboot in Heber
was attended by 132 Veterans, 35 percent of which
were in their first two years of business. The business Aug. 30th
resource partners came together to help Veterans Veterans Business Networking Breakfast at the Salt
understand what help is available to them and Lake Chamber
strategies to help them grow and experience more
success. Topics included business plans, common Keep current on events that will help you grow your
legal issues, funding opportunities, government business. Events are scheduled throughout the year
contracting, taxes, and many other applicable and are posted and updated on the Utah Veteran
subjects. Entrepreneur Facebook group.

Our partnership provides exclusive Veteran Business Follow this link to join us now:
events throughout the year. https://www.facebook.com/searchtop/?q=utah%20
veteran%20entrepreneurs
Upcoming events include:
To learn more about the Veteran Owned Business
July 18th and 19th Partnership, go to https://veterans.utah.gov/business/
Boots to Business at Hill Air Force Base
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DWS

Vet Finds Support to Land Dream Job


through Workforce Services

I
n February 2018, David J. Davis visited the and informational interviewing and networking
Department of Workforce Services Employment methodologies. David needed additional help with
Center in Lehi, Utah, to receive help finding a job. resume building, networking and developing his
David had served in the U.S. Army from March 1996 interviewing skills, so Hal referred David to Mike Hanley,
until March 2016, when he was honorably discharged a Work Success Coach at the Lehi Employment
with his E-7 Sergeant First Class rank. Center. Hal helped David identify places to improve
his job seeker registration and resume. David made
He was initially trained as a Heavy Wheel Mechanic, the recommended changes to increase his likelihood
where he served his first five years. He was subsequently of getting a job.
trained at the Defense Language Institute (DLI) as a
French Linguist to work in Army Intelligence, where He was soon asked to interview in a short amount of
he spent the rest of his service. David served multiple time and was successfully hired by Teleperformance
tours including in Kosovo and Iraq. The tours in Iraq in Sandy, Utah. David currently works as a customer
were part of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation service representative, and makes $16 per hour plus
Enduring Freedom. commissions, with an opportunity for income growth
and job advancement. David enjoys his job and
Hal Hooper, a Veteran Employment Representative at using his computer and communication skills and
the employment center, checked David’s eligibility for says it is going very well. 
job search help with the Disabled Veterans Outreach
Program (DVOP). After completing the initial eligibility
check, Hal met with David to scan his verification
documents and complete the assessment.

Hal helped David develop an employment plan,


and provide labor market information training,
job search strategies, resume enhancement, job

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Veterans Benefits Administration

Salt Lake City’s Outreach Team


Making a Difference

O
n April 11 and 12, 2018, the Salt Lake City requested RO Appeals assistance and within 24
Regional Office Outreach Team attended hours of the event, the Veteran was contacted and
both the Navajo Nation Aneth and Red Mesa received his requested information.
Chapters’ monthly meeting. These events were held
at the respective Aneth and Red Mesa Chapter On April 12, 2018, the Red Mesa Chapter meeting
areas. The Outreach Team worked in conjunction was attended by 35 Veterans and family members.
with the Utah Department of Veterans and Military The SLC Outreach team spoke with approximately
Affairs to provide information about services offered 13 individuals. The Team received 4 new disability
by the Veterans Benefits Administration. claims, 2 Intent to File applications and provided a
number of status of claims and appeals.
This teamwork approach and advocacy is having a
positive impact towards meeting the needs of Navajo These events helped build bridges and showcase
Aneth and Red Mesa Chapter Veterans and Veteran the “I CARE” Values of the Salt Lake City Regional
Families. Office in serving our Nation’s Native American Navajo
Veterans and their families. 
On April 11, 2018, the Aneth Chapter meeting was
attended by 31 Veterans and family members. This
community event brought in not only Veterans, but
Veterans’ family members. The SLC Outreach team
spoke with Veterans, received a new claim, and
provided status of claims. For one Veteran, the team

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FAQ's

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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How do I get a copy of my DD214 Here is the formula used to determine
Release from Active Duty Service eligibility: The maximum property tax
Document)? abatement rated at 100% military
service-connected disability is
If your home of record upon your
$260,370. Multiply your percentage
release from active duty service was
of disability by 260,370. Example: a
within the State of Utah, then the
10% disability X 260,370 = $26,037.00
Utah Department of Veterans and
tax abatement. This amount is then
Military Affairs may have a copy in
subtracted from the taxable value of
our archive. You can send a request
the property and taxes are paid on
to 550 Foothill Drive, Suite 105 Salt
the remaining amount.
Lake City, Utah 84113; call 800-894-
9497 or 801-326-2372; or you can What is the status of my Veterans
email veterans@utah.gov. To search Administration claim?
the archive we will need your:
There are several ways to check
· Full Name the status for VA disability claims.
· Date of Birth You can check online using an
· Last four digits of your Social eBenefits account, or you can go
Security Number to a VA regional office and have
a VA employee assist you. The Salt
There is no cost for certified copies Lake Regional Office located at 550
of your DD214. You will need to be Foothill Drive Salt Lake City Utah. You
present and present valid photo can also call the VA toll free at 1-800-
identification at 550 Foothill Drive, 827-1000. 
Suite 105, Salt Lake City, Utah 84113
to receive your certified copies.

What is the Disabled Veterans


Property Tax Abatement?

A Utah permanent place-of-


residence property tax abatement
using the military service-connected
disability rating percentage is
available for disabled Veterans,
their un-remarried widows, or minor
orphans. The Veteran’s disability
rating must be at least 10% in order
to qualify for this abatement.
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Benefits & Resources

Camp Williams Medical Outpatient Clinics VA Caregiver Program Veteran, Spouse and
Records: Nephi: 435-623-3129 post 9/11 Marriage Counseling
801-878-5120 Ogden: 801-479-4105 Comprehensive Support Groups
Orem: 801-235-0953 Assistance for Family Provo: 801-377-1117
CHAMPVA Roosevelt: 435-725-1050 Caregivers Salt Lake: 801-266-1499
800-733-8387 St. George: 435-634- www.caregiver.va.gov/ St. George: 435-673-
7608 ext. 6000 support/support_ 4494
Defense Finance & West Valley: 801-417- benefits.asp
Accounting Services 5734 855-260-3274 Veterans Upward Bound
(DFAS): 801-582-1565 ext. 6317 801-626-7173
888-332-7411 or Salt Lake City VA
800-321-1080 Homeless Program VA Debt Management: Veterans Vocational
801-582-1565 ext. 2746 800-827-0648 Rehab, Ogden
eBenefits 8001-625-5057
800-983-0937 St. George Veterans VA Dental Office:
Legal Clinic 801-584-1206
Fisher House Foundation 435-634-7608
https://www.fisherhouse. VA Emergency Care
org/ The Road Home Authorization within 72
& 801-359-4142 hours
http://www. 888-795-0773
fisherhousesaltlakecity. Tri-Care West Region is
com/ United Health Care: VA Enrollment
801-588-5900 or x5900 877-988-9378 801-584-2585

Homeless Veterans UTA Customer Service: VA Fiduciary Hub:


Fellowship, Ogden
801-392-7662
801-743-3882 888-407-0144 UDVMA
Utah DMV: VA GI Bill Education: HELPING
Medicare Customer 800-368-8824 888-442-4551 VETERANS
Service: SUCEED
800-633-4227 Utah Honor Flight VA Home Front
435-272-0254 877-424-3838
National League of https://www. PENSION
POW/MIA utahhonorflight.org/ VA Loan Office (in
http://www.pow- Colorado) CLAIMS
miafamilies.org/ Utah National Guard 888-349-7541
Military Records: JOBS
North Star Substance 801-432-4558 VA One Choice Card:
Abuse Program 866-606-8198 TRAINING
801-528-1565 Ext. Utah Veterans Legal
1840/5405 Clinic VA Patient Advocate EDUCATION
http://younglawyers. office Direct Line: ​
Office Personnel utahbar.org 801-582-1565 Ext. 1900 BENEFITS
Management (OPM): &
202-606-1800 www.representveterans. VA Payment Problems NURSING HOME
com 888-795-0773
Operation Home Front CEMETERY
Post 9/11 Valor House
Financial Assistance 801-582-1565 ext. 2703
www. or 800-613-4012 ext.
operationhomefront.org 2703
888-305-1486

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Outreach Calendar

A Veterans Service Officer (VSO) is scheduled to be at the location on the day and time indicated. Be advised that unforeseen events may
cause the VSO to cancel or change a visit. Please verify this by calling the Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs (UDVMA) at
801-326-2372 or by visiting the UDVMA website: http://veterans.utah.gov/outreach-calendar/ Please note all appointments with (*)
are by appointment only. To make appointment call - 801.326.2372

Beaver DWS Manti DWS Panguitch DWS Richfield DWS


- July 16, 0900 - 1000 - July 11, 1200 -1400 - July 16, 1130 - 1230 - July 11, 0930 - 1130
- August 13, 0900 - 1000 - July 18, 1200 -1400 - August 13, 1130 - 1230 - July 25, 0930 - 1130
- September 10, 0900 - 1000 - July 25, 1200 - 1400 - September 10, 1130 - 1230 - August 01, 0930 -1130
- August 01, 0930 -1130 - August 15, 0930 -1130
Cedar City - August 15, 0930 -1130 Payson - September 05, 0930 -1130
- July 03, 0900 - 1400 - September 12, 1200 - 1400 - July 02 & 03, 0900 - 1500 - September 12, 0930 -1130
- July 17, 0900 - 1400 - September 26, 1200 - 1400 - July 09 & 10, 0900 - 1500
- August 07, 0900 - 1400 - July 16 & 17, 0900 - 1500 Roosevelt DWS
- August 21, 0900 - 1400 Ogden DWS - July 23 & 24, 0900 - 1500 - July 10, 1000 -1530
- September 04, 0900 - 1400 - July 11, 0800 - 1200 - July 30 & 31, 0900 - 1500 - August 14, 1000 - 1530
- September 18, 0900 - 1400 - July 18, 0800 - 1000 - August 06 & 07, 0900 - 1500 - September 11, 1000 - 1530
- July 25, 0800 - 1000 - August 13 & 14, 0900 - 1500
Clearfield - August 01, 0800 - 1000 - August 20 & 21, 0900 - 1500 Salt Lake VA Medical Cntr
- July 11, 1300 - 1630 - August 08, 0800 - 1200 - August 27 & 28, 0900 - 1500 - July 03, 1000 - 1200
- July 18, 1300 - 1630 - August 15, 0800 - 1000 - September 03 & 04 0900 - 1500 - July 10, 1000 - 1200
- July 25, 1300 - 1630 - September 05, 0800 - 1000 - September 10 & 11 0900 - 1500 - July 17, 1000 - 1200
- August 01, 1300 - 1630 - September 12, 0800 - 1200 - September 17 & 18 0900 - 1500 - July 24, 1000 - 1200
- August 08, 1300 - 1630 - September 19, 0800 - 1000 - September 24 & 25 0900 - 1500 - July 31, 1000 - 1200
- August 15, 1300 - 1630 - September 26, 0800 - 1200
- August 07, 1000 - 1200
- September 05, 1300 - 1630 Price DWS - August 14, 1000 - 1200
- September 12, 1300 - 1630 Ogden Veterans Home - July 03, 1000 - 1530 - August 21, 1000 - 1200
- September 19, 1300 - 1630 - July 02, 0800 - 1700 - July 17, 1000 - 1530 - August 28, 1000 - 1200
- September 26, 1300 - 1630 - July 05, 1100 - 1600 - August 07, 1000 - 1530 - September 04, 1000 - 1200
- July 09, 0800 - 1700 - August 21, 1000 - 1530 - September 11, 1000 - 1200
Farmington - July 12, 0800 - 1700 - September 04, 1000 - 1530 - September 18, 1000 - 1200
- July 18, 1130 - 1230 - July 16, 0800 - 1700 - September 25, 1000 - 1200
- September 18, 1000 - 1530
- July 25, 1130 - 1230 - July 19, 0800 - 1700
- August 01, 1130 - 1230 - July 23, 0800 - 1700
Provo Vet Center St. George
- August 15, 1130 - 1230 - July 26, 0800 - 1600
- July 05, 0830 - 1530 - July 12, 0900 -1400
- September 05, 1130 - 1230 - July 30, 0800 - 1700
- July 11 & 12, 0830 - 1530 - July 26 0900 -1400
- September 19, 1130 - 1230 - August 06, 0800 - 1600
- July 18 & 19, 0830 - 1530 - August 09, 0900 - 1400
- August 09, 0800 - 1600
- July 25 & 26, 0830 - 1530 - August 23, 0900 - 1400
Kanab DWS - August 13, 0800 - 1600
- August 01 & 02, 0830 - 1530 - September 06, 0900 - 1400
- July 16, 1400 - 1500 - August 16, 0800 - 1600
- August 08 & 09, 0830 - 1530 - September 13, 0900 - 1400
- August 13, 1400 - 1500 - August 20, 0800 - 1600
- August 23, 0800 - 1600 - August 15 & 16, 0830 - 1530
- September 10, 1400 - 1500 Tooele DWS
- August 27, 0800 - 1600 - August 23, 0830 - 1530
- August 29 & 30, 0830 - 1530 - July 11, 1300 - 1500 *
- August 30, 0800 - 1600
Logan DWS - September 05 & 06, 0830 - 1530 - July 20, 1330 - 1500 *
- September 10, 0800 - 1600
- July 05, 0800 - 1000 * - August 17, 1330 - 1500
- September 13, 0800 - 1600 - September 12 & 13, 0830 - 1530
- July 19, 0800 - 1000 * - September 12, 1330 - 1500
- September 17, 0800 - 1600 - September 19 & 20, 0830 - 1530
- August 02, 0800 - 1600 - September 21, 1330 - 1500
- September 20, 0800 - 1600 - September 26 & 27, 0830 - 1530
- September 06, 0800 - 1600
- September 24, 0800 - 1600
- September 27, 0800 - 1600

ADDRESSES: • Logan (180 North 100 West) • Price DWS (475 West Price River Dr.) • Salt Lake VA Medical Cntr. (500 Foothill Dr)
• Beaver DWS (875 North Main St.) • Manti DWS (55 S. Main, ste 3) • Payson VH (1551 N. Main Street) • St. George (162 North 400 East)
• Cedar City (176 East 2nd North) • Ogden DWS (480 27th Street) • Provo Vet Center (360 State St, Orem, UT • Tooele DWS Center (305 N Main St #100)
• Clearfield (1290 East 1450 South) • Ogden Wahlen Veterans Home (1102 North 84058)
• Farmington (28 East State St.) 1200 West) • Richfield DWS(115 East 100 South)
• Kanab DWS (468 East 300 South) • Panguitch DWS (665 North Main St.) • Roosevelt DWS (140 West 425 South)

Please note all appointments with (*) are by appointment only. To make appointment call - 801.326.2372

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the Utah

VeteransVoice
A PUBLICATION OF THE UTAH DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS & MILITARY AFFAIRS
Presorted Standard
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veterans.utah.gov
Cory Pearson, Editor • corypearson@utah.gov
Nina J Alvarez, Designer • nalvarez@utah.gov

WORLD WAR II/KOREAN WAR • VIETNAM WAR • COLD WAR/PEACETIME • GULF WAR/OIF/OEF • FAMILY

CONTACT INFORMATION
Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs American Legion Service Office Utah National Guard
550 Foothill Drive, Suite 105 550 Foothill Drive, Suite 105 Bart Davis, Transition Assistance
Salt Lake City, Utah 84113 Salt Lake City, Utah 84113 12953 South Minuteman Drive
(801) 326-2372 (801) 326-2380 Draper, Utah 84020
https://veterans.utah.gov (801) 432-4937
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 550 Foothill Drive, Suite 105 U.S. Department of Labor
Regional Benefits Office Salt Lake City, Utah 84113 Veterans Employment and Training Service
550 Foothill Drive, Suite 200 (801) 326-2375 140 East 200 South, Suite 209
Salt Lake City, Utah 84113 Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
1 (800) 827-1000 (801) 524-5703
550 Foothill Drive, Suite 105
Salt Lake City, Utah 84113
VA Salt Lake City Health Care System (801) 326-2385
George E. Wahlen Veterans Affairs Medical Center
500 Foothill Drive Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
Salt Lake City, Utah 84113 12953 South Minuteman Drive
(801) 582-1565 Draper, Utah 84020
http://www.saltlakecity.va.gov (801) 432-4536