• Jul 17, 2024
  • 7:26 PM

Veterans Service Officers

What do our Veterans Service Officers do?

NDVS can assist eligible veterans and their families connect to earned VA benefits through our VA accredited Veterans Service Officers (VSOs).  VSOs provide assistance in filing claims or provide support in the appeals process at NO COST.

Per NRS 417.135, any person seeking compensation for filing a claim on behalf of a veteran is required to provide the client with written disclosure that is signed by the client and kept by both parties. (Download and print disclosure form HERE)

Contact a VSO Office nearest you or fill out the Ask a VSO online form below.

Where are our Veterans Service Officers (VSOs)?

VAST Las Vegas

(702) 224-6025 OR 791-9000, Ext. 46025
FAX (702) 224-6927
6900 N. Pecos Rd., Rm. 1C238, North Las Vegas, NV, 89086 (Located at the VA Hospital in North Las Vegas)


(775) 321-4880
FAX (775) 321-4884
5460 Reno Corporate Dr. Suite 131 Reno, NV 89511 (Located in the VA’s Reno Regional Office)

VAST Carson City

(775) 710-3329
FAX (775) 300-6796
106 E. Adams Street, Suite 203, Carson City, NV 89706 (Located in the Nation’s Finest building)

VAST Fallon

(775) 428-1177
FAX (775) 423-9371
485 W. B Street, Suite 103 Fallon, NV 89406 (Located in the Churchill County Offices)


(775) 777-1000
FAX (775) 777-1055
1500 College Parkway – McMullen Hall, Room 114, Elko, NV 89801

VAST Pahrump

(775) 751-6372
FAX (775) 751-6371
250 N Hwy 160, Ste 6 Pahrump, NV 89060


(775) 399-2300
FAX (775) 321-4884
3300 Bengochea Cir., Winnemucca, NV 89445

Winnemucca Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 763
Winnemucca, NV 89446

Northern Nevada State Veterans Home

(775) 418-5063
FAX (775) 322-6762
36 Battle Born Way, Sparks, NV 89431

Southern Nevada State Veterans Home

(702) 332-6716
FAX (775) 332-6762
100 Veterans Memorial Dr., Boulder City, NV 89445

What Veterans Have to Say . . . About NDVS Veterans Service Officers (VSOs)
  • I was extremely pleased with all aspects of the assistance received in filing my claim. Joe is very helpful, I was very glad he is the one helping me.
  • In the VSO office (Main hospital, Las Vegas,) there was a cancellation and I took it. The person I was to see called the cancelled persons name and completly bypassed me. Antonio Mario saw this and he helped me with my claim.
  • Deneen Holley was very quick to accommodate my needs.
  • I was unable to attach the DD 214 and voided check to this email, so I sent it directly to Savannah's email.
  • I am just now exploring what benefits I may have. Antonio was very helpful in getting me started.
  • To be honest I am not a fan of the VA and the way they treated my husband at the VA hospital. They did not care about him at all, and could not wait to get rid of him. And I have heard many many people tell me that their Veteran was treated the same way. But when I came in the VA hospital, I was expecting the same, I dont care attitude that I always got, but then Christopher Reed came out of the office and we went with him. He was AMAZING, COMPASSIONATE, CARING AND FUNNY. He really knew his stuff. He really made us feel like he cared, and made it such an easy process. That was the best treatment we ever got from the VA. You are so lucky to have Christopher, he is such an asset to your company. I would for sure recommend getting a VSO like Christopher.
  • LaLonnie has been extremely helpful to me. I appreciate her so much.

How We Can Help

NDVS offers VA accredited Veterans Service Officers (VSOs) for Nevada’s veteran community. VSOs connect veterans to benefits, and can help write and submit benefits claims to the Veterans Administration (VA). Once the claim is filed, they will help you track your claim through the system. VSOs can also assist with filing appeals for denied claims.

To reach an NDVS Veterans Service Officer (VSO) who can assist veterans and their family members with benefits, claims, services and other questions:

Ask a VSO (online form)

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