Essential Resources for Nevada Veterans

Many United States Veterans face unique challenges that can be hard to overcome. It can be difficult to transition to civilian life and to manage post-service challenges like PTSD, a physical injury, or addiction. Nevada has many resources and programs to help our current and past service members live happier lives and see a brighter future.

Nevada Department of Veteran Services

The Department of Veteran Services in Nevada helps connect veterans to resources to help improve their lives with programs that help submit benefits claims, access nursing services, plan a military burial, and transition to civilian life. This department serves Veterans, active-duty military members, the National Guard and Reserve, and the families and survivors of the above.

Veterans Village

Veterans Village is a Las Vegas resource for United States Veterans who need transitional housing, mental health services, 24/7 crisis intervention, transportation to health facilities, nutritional education, and employment services. There are two locations in Las Vegas, Nevada:

Location #1

1150 South Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89104

Location #2

50 North 21st Street

Las Vegas, NV 89101

University of Las Vegas Military & Veteran Services Center

UNLV provides academic, social, and administrative support to student Veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. With UNLV’s military program, Veterans have access to the following:

  • Priority registration at UNLV
  • VA Benefit Counselor
  • Annual career fair for Veterans ONLY
  • Nevada residency within five years of separation for Veterans with “honorable discharge.”

Veteran & First Responder Rehab Program at Desert Hope

The Salute to Recovery program at the Desert Hope Treatment Center in Las Vegas offers veterans and first responders treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders. The program includes a range of therapies and treatments, such as trauma-based therapies, anger management groups, family therapy, coping skills and life skills training, and more!

Phone: (702) 874-3798

VA Clinics in Southern Nevada

The listed clinics offer enrollment services: laboratory services, mental health, nutritional medicine, patient advocacy, primary care, radiology, telehealth, and social services. Each location may have other unique services or programs. You can find VA clinic locations throughout the rest of Nevada on the VA website. Every site does NOT provide emergency services unless specified!

Southwest Las Vegas VA

7235 South Buffalo Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89113

Phone: (702) 791-9040

Southeast Las Vegas VA

1020 South Boulder Highway

Henderson, NV 89015

Phone: (702) 791-9030

Northwest Las Vegas VA

3968 North Rancho Drive

Las Vegas, NV 89130

Phone: (702) 791-9020

Northeast Las Vegas VA

4461 East Charleston Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89104

*Provides services for homeless individuals.*

Phone: (702) 791-9050

North Las Vegas VA Medical Center

6900 North Pecos Road

North Las Vegas, NV 89086

*Provides emergency services*

Phone: (702) 791-9000

Mike O’Callaghan Military Medical Center

4700 N Las Vegas Blvd

North Las Vegas, NV 89191

*Open 24/7 and provides emergency services*

Phone: (702) 653-2260

Pahrump VA Clinic

220 South Lola Lane

Pahrump, NV 89048

Phone: (702) 727-7535

Master Chief Petty Officer Jesse Dean VA Clinic

3650 South Pointe Circle

Building D, 2nd Floor, Suite 200

Laughlin, NV 89029

Phone: (702) 298-1100

National Veteran Resources

Veterans Crisis Line

  • Dial 988, then press “1.”
  • Via Text: 838255
  • Online Chat with a Crisis Counselor

Homeless Veterans Hotline

  • 1-877-4AID VET or 1-877-424-3838


This organization works to provide access to peer support to all Veterans, active-duty members, and their families at any time, anywhere in the world.

Michaelson Law Takes Care of Our Service Members

Our VA-accredited attorneys at Michaelson Law can help you obtain the services and programs you need to live a fulfilling life. We can assist qualified Veterans, surviving spouses of Veterans, or caregivers for a Veteran. If you or a loved one requires our help, call us today!

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