All Nevada Veterans and their families understand, and can connect to, benefits and services they have earned.
Serve Nevada Veterans by honoring their remarkable legacy and by connecting them to earned benefits and services. Through our seven major lines of effort we:
Professionally assist Veterans and their families obtain Federal and State Veterans benefits.
Provide quality skilled nursing care at our State Veterans Homes.
Provide dignified burial support at our State Veterans Memorial Cemeteries.
Manage effective programs addressing the needs of at-risk Veterans.
Successfully integrate returning Servicemembers and Veterans into Nevada communities.
Honor the service and sacrifice of all Nevada’s Veterans and their families through ceremonies and information campaigns.
Assist, and coordinate the efforts of, service organizations and individuals insofar as their activities benefit Nevada Veterans, Servicemembers, and their families.
The Nation’s Largest Provider of Service Dogs for Veterans
Determined to end veteran suicide, K9s For Warriors provides highly-trained Service Dogs to military veterans suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma. With the majority of dogs coming from high-kill rescue shelters, this innovative program allows the K9/Warrior team to build an unwavering bond that facilitates their collective healing and recovery.
Off-Road Racing for Veterans by Veterans
Providing a Unique Approach to Helping Our US Military Veterans of all Generations Through Off-Road Racing
Desert Vets Racing (DVR) is determined to provide immediate team-building, vocational skills, and mental health support access through the sport of racing to US military veterans and active duty personnel - in order to facilitate healthy transitions into civilian life and lower the risk of suicide and substance abuse dependencies.
We believe that the growth of locally oriented grassroots activities that involve a combination of technical skills, adrenaline, team effort, and business/marketing skills will ultimately provide a missing piece to the “veteran puzzle” in minimizing the mental health and substance-related struggles we see today.