• Jul 17, 2024
  • 6:18 PM

Nevada Veterans Advocates (NV Advocates)


What Does a Nevada Veterans Advocate Do?

A Nevada Veterans Advocate (NV Advocate) is a person who helps educate active military members, Guard or Reserves, veterans, as well as their families about earned benefits and opportunities through U.S. military service. Simply put: Nevada Veterans Advocates learn about veterans benefits and resources in order to share that information with their local communities and guide them to the professionals who can help. 

How to Earn Your NVA  Certificate

Enroll in and complete the Nevada Veterans Advocate Course. You may complete all 20 courses online (see instructions below). Once you receive your certificate, you can become part of the NDVS team and help us at outreach events for veterans!

Free Online Training

Thank you for your interest in becoming an NV Advocate!  To become a NV Veterans Advocate or to re-certify, take the course online HERE

​If you have never registered with NVAPPS, you will need to do so to take the course. You can register HERE

    • Create an account (if you are a first time user)
    • View your learning path
    • Add items to your cart (simply search “Nevada Veterans Advocate Program" in the Find Learning section and enroll)

Once you have registered you will then use the same username and password for NVeLearn. You will need to enroll into each module (1-20).

Thank you again for your interest in helping others!

If you have immediate questions about the Nevada Veterans Advocate (NVA) Program, contact Savannah Aseoche via email at aseoches@veterans.nv.gov

Courses in the NV Advocate Program cover 20 veteran and service member focused topics listed below:

  1. The Nevada Veterans Advocacy Program Overview
  2. State of Nevada Veteran’s Benefits
  3. Nevada State Veterans Homes
  4. Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery Programs
  5. Nevada Veterans Service Organizations
  6. Entrepreneurship for Veterans in Nevada
  7. Unique Veteran Populations
  8. Improving Veteran Employment Outcomes
  9. Introductions to Federal and State Education Benefits
  10. Veteran Legal and Financial Services
  11. Requesting Military Discharge Upgrades, Records, and/or Medals
  12. VA Housing and Automobile Adaptation Grants
  13. Veterans Health Administration(VHA) Programs
  14. Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of VA
  15. VA Compensation
  16. Presumptive Diseases
  17. VA Improved Pension(Aid & Attendance/House Bound)
  18. VA Life Insurance Programs
  19. VA Home Loan Guaranty Program
  20. Suicide Prevention