New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services
The Department of Veteran services provides assistance to veterans, their widows, and their children in establishing the privileges which they are legally entitled. It provides the following services; benefits, counseling, education, and employment supports.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
For information about VA medical care or benefits, write, call or visit your nearest VA facility.
Veterans Health Library
This website provides information on the common health issues faced by Veterans, including information related to caring for a Veteran with a specific illness, injury or condition.
Department of Veterans Affairs’ Guide to Long Term Services and Supports
This website provides an overview of VA long-term services and supports.
National Veterans Wellness and Healing Center in Angel Fire
Department of Veterans Affairs’ Caregiver Support Line
The support line can discuss assistance available from the VA, help access services, answer questions about eligible services, or connect caregivers with the Caregiver Support Coordinator at the closest VA Medical Center.
Department of Veterans Affairs’ Caregiver Support
This website provides resources for caregivers and Veterans. The website also has a zip code look up feature, allowing caregivers and Veterans to find the name and contact information of the closest Caregiver Support Coordinator.
Department of Workforce Solutions
Veteran Services ensures that job and training services are offered to veterans on a priority basis. Veterans have priority over non-veterans regarding job placement, counseling, testing, and referral to supportive services, job development, and job training. Local veteran employment representatives (LVERs) and disabled veterans outreach program representatives (DVOPs) provide these services to veterans in New Mexico.