The resources offered by Arizona State University, the Pat Tillman Veterans Center and many other agencies and organizations go beyond academic support. We are here for you with the tools you need to achieve and maintain a well-balanced and healthy lifestyle, while you pursue your degree and after you graduate.
Below you will find a list of ASU tools, resources and support services to help you succeed during your ASU experience. Additionally, you’ll find multiple non-ASU advocacy resources that can provide you with financial resources, health care, employment support, food security and more.
Whatever obstacles you may encounter, you won’t face them alone — we will face them with you. The PTVC is here to support you and offer you a sense of community.
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ASU advocacy and veteran resources
Non-ASU advocacy resources
Support services for veteran families
SSVF Grant: Supportive services grants are awarded to selected private nonprofit organizations and consumer cooperatives that assist low-income veteran families residing in or transitioning to permanent housing. Grantees are provided a range of supportive services designed to promote housing stability. Contact Keith Root, SSVF case manager, at 602-687-8132.
United Methodist Outreach Ministries
United Methodist Outreach Ministries: UMOM provides affordable housing and services to military veterans and their families in Phoenix and the West Valley. To learn more, contact UMOM at 602-466-1655.
Save the Family
Save The Family: Save the Family Foundation of Arizona offers a variety of programs designed to empower families in the East Valley to conquer homelessness and achieve lifelong independence. These include military veteran-specific programs, such as Valor on Eighth, an affordable housing community created specifically with veteran women and families in mind. To learn more, contact the Save the Family Foundation at 480-898-0228 (extension 106).
U.S. Vets: This organization offers a wide range of programs designed to address the specific needs of veterans, including permanent and transitional housing, job assistance, family services, counseling and more. To learn more, contact U.S. Vets at 602-441-0612.
The Primavera Foundation
The Primavera Foundation: The Primavera Foundation provides a pathway to affordable housing, workforce development and neighborhood revitalization in Tucson. The foundation also includes military veteran-specific programs that provide housing support services and temporary financial assistance to veterans and their families. For more information, contact the Primavera Foundation at 520-623-5111.
Pinal County veteran resources
Pinal County veteran resources: Veteran resources in Pinal County. Contact: 520-510-5142.
Arizona Department of Veterans Services Yuma office
Arizona Department of Veterans Services Yuma office: Veteran resources in Yuma. Contact: 928-726-2851.
Operation Homefront: Operation Homefront provides financial assistance to veterans in need. If you have immediate financial need, apply for Critical Financial Assistance. For more information, contact Operation Homefront at 1-877-264-3968 (toll-free) or 210-549-4600.
Salvation Army: The Salvation Army works to aid those around the world through a variety of services such as food pantries, homeless shelters, job training and much more. Additionally, the Salvation Army has veteran-specific programs that provide shelters, adult rehabilitation centers and additional aid. List of centers in Arizona.