4 Eligibility To receive services, eligible veterans and their families are those who served on active duty in support of or in a combat theater during: –W–World War II –K–Korean War –V–Vietnam War –L–Lebanon –G–Grenada –P–Panama –G–Gulf War –S–Somalia –B–Bosnia –K–Kosovo –A–Afghanistan –I–Iraq –i–including forward combat areas and/or other combat operations
5 Active Reserve service members and their families. Active duty service members and their families. Vet Center services and programs are provided at no cost.
6 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Sexual Trauma War Crime Medical Emergencies Peacekeeping Missions Natural Disasters Assaults Training Accidents Situations that may cause the disorder
7 Confidentiality Veterans and their families’ information is protected and treated as confidential.
8 Confidentiality Veterans are assured that medical and administrative information is not disclosed or vulnerable to any outside entity without the express written authorization of the veteran or an authorized representative.
9 Confidentiality The Denver Vet Center ensures confidentiality of information by adhering to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 2003 (HIPPA).
10 To locate other Vet Centers call 1-800-827-1000, or visit us on the web at www.va.gov/rcs. www.va.gov/rcs Denver Vet Center 7465 E. 1 st Avenue Suite B Denver, CO. 80230 (303) 326-0645 Colorado Springs Vet Center 416 E. Colorado Avenue Colorado Springs, CO. 80903 (719) 471- 9992 Ft. Collins Vet Center 1100 Poudre Dr. (Lower level) Ft. Collins, Co. 80524 (970) 221 - 5176 Boulder Vet Center 2336 Canyon Blvd. Suite 130 Boulder, Co. 80302 (303) 440 - 7306