• Oct 23, 2020
  • 2:42 PM

Veterans Services Organizations Registry


Welcome to the Nevada Veterans Services Organizations Registry! In accordance with NRS 417.090 1(k): “Create and maintain a registry of governmental agencies and private entities that provide services and resources to veterans, service members and their families and publish a digital copy of the registry on the Internet website maintained by the Department." Read the NDVS policy (PDF) about supporting Veterans Services Organizations and information about being listed on this page. To be listed on this page, please complete the Veterans Service Organization Registry online form which will be submitted to pio.ndvs@veterans.nv.gov

Registry

(alphabetical order)

Air Force Association, Thunderbird Chapter

Mission: To promote dominant U.S. Air and Space Forces as the foundation of a strong National Defense; to honor and support our Airmen, Space Force Professionals, and their Families; and to remember and respect our enduring Heritage.

To accomplish this, we:

  • EDUCATE the public on the critical need for unrivaled aerospace power and a technically superior workforce to ensure national security
  • ADVOCATE for aerospace power, and promote aerospace and STEM education and professional development
  • SUPPORT readiness for the Total Air and Space Forces, including Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve, civilians, families and members of the Civil Air Patrol

Thunderbird Chapter, AFA
PO Box 9749
Nellis AFB, Nevada 89191

Contact: nv189.Thunderbird@afa.org or (702) 498-3045

Website: http://www.afalasvegas.org/

Meeting Times:
Varies and location varies; please email us to be added to our mailing list

American Legion - Department of Nevada and Posts

American Legion Department of Nevada
737 Veterans Memorial Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Contact: taldon737@aol.com or (702) 382-2353

Meeting Times:
Department Executive Meetings are held yearly in November and February.
Department Convention is held yearly in June.
Meeting Location:
Locations are presented and voted on yearly in June at the Department Convention.

American Legion Post 8
733 N. Veterans Memorial Dr
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

Contact: talarcpost8@gmail.com or (702) 372-8533

Meeting Times:
Every 3rd Tuesday of each month for general membership and every 1st Tuesday of the month for post executive board.
Meeting Location:
733 N. Veterans Memorial Dr
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

American Legion Paradise Post 149
Description: Post 149 was chartered in 1995 and has grown into more than 300 members. We are a Post that does things a bit differently than others, and as such, prefer to work alone to support the Aims and Purposes of the American Legion. We have built a reputation of being highly involved in the community, and the go-to Post to get things done. Yes, the majority of us are leather-clad motorcycle riders, but we are American Legionnaires, helping our fellow Veterans. We are proud that we are a group of young-minded Veterans, looking forward to support our community. Our success is by helping our community as Veterans, Still Serving America. If you fit with us, we're glad to have you, if not, there are other Posts in the area that may suit your needs.

Contact: info@post149.org or (702) 606-4633

Meeting Times:
2nd Sunday of each month at 0930.

Meeting Location:
Leatherneck Club Bar and Galley
4360 Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

American Veterans (AMVETS)

Mission: To enhance and safeguard the entitlements for all American Veterans who have served honorably and to improve the quality of life for them, their families, and the communities where they live through leadership, advocacy and services.

Website: https://amvets.org/

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

Mission: DAV is dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. They accomplish this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America’s injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life.

Website: https://www.dav.org/

Helping Our Brothers and Sisters (HOBS)

Mission: HOBS works with all veterans, however, we specialize in working with LGBTQ+ veterans.

10120 W. Flamingo Rd
# 4153
Las Vegas, Nevada 89147

Contact: DrMarvinCarter@HOBS4Hope.org or (202) 421-7668

Website: http://www.HOBS4Hope.org

Meeting Times:
Varies

Meeting Location:
10120 W. Flamingo Rd
# 4153
Las Vegas, Nevada 89147

Honor Flight Nevada

Post Box 21123
Reno Nevada 89515

Website: http://www.honorflightnv.org/

Contact: Info@HonorFlightNV.org or 775.323.9955

Honor Flight Southern Nevada

Mission: Honor Flight Southern Nevada is a non-profit organization with the mission of escorting WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War Veterans to the memorials in Washington D.C. which are dedicated to the sacrifices they made for our freedom. We work with veterans in Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, Tonopah, Ely, Mesquite, Laughlin, Pahrump and everywhere in between. Priority is given to World War II veterans and veterans with a terminal illness.

6720 N. Hualapai Way
Suite 145 – 176
Las Vegas, Nevada 89149

Contact: Belinda Morse at BelindaM@honorflightsouthernnevada.org or (702) 749-5912

Website: https://honorflightsouthernnevada.org/

Meeting Times:
Advisory Committee Meeting: first Thursday of each month based on availability

Military Order of The Purple Heart (MOPH)

Mission: To foster an environment of goodwill and camaraderie among combat wounded veterans, promote patriotism, support necessary legislative initiatives, and most importantly, provide service to all veterans and their families.

Website: https://www.purpleheart.org/

National Association of Black Veterans, INC. (NABVETS)

Mission: We at NABVETS want to honour the bravery and the strength of the people who were ready to save the mother land.

Website: https://nabvets.weebly.com/

Locations: https://nabvets.weebly.com/locations.html

Nevada Department of Veterans Services (NDVS)

Mission: NDVS is a state agency that advocates for and provides superior service to Nevada veterans and their families—and to provide our communities and partners the opportunity to contribute to these endeavors. Through our four major programs we assist veterans prepare and submit claims for benefits, provide skilled nursing care, provide dignified burial support, and successfully reintegrate into Nevada communities.

Website: www.veterans.nv.gov (you are currently on the NVDS website)

How we help veterans: Veterans Service Officers, Benefits and Services, and Contact Us. We also support the work of the Veterans Services Organizations listed on this Registry page.

Nevada Military Support Alliance (NMSA)

Mission: The mission of the Nevada Military Support Alliance is to organize and promote the recognition and support of Nevada’s Men and Women of our Armed Forces, Veterans and their Families.

Website: http://nvmilitarysupport.org/

Nevada Paralyzed Veterans of America

Mission: Improving the quality of life for veterans with spinal cord injury/dysfunction and the disabled community. Through our outreach efforts, sports programs, and health and wellness services, we provide veterans with what they need to remain active members of their communities.

Website: https://nevadapva.org/

Nevada Veterans Coalition

Mission: Honoring All Veterans Past, Present and Future. We are a group of veterans and non-veterans who support the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery (NNVMC).

P.O. Box 415
140 East Main St. Ste.D
Fernley, Nevada 89408

Contact:  NNVC1@AOL.COM or (775) 575-6842

Website: http://www.supportnnvc.org/

Meeting Time:
The second Thursday of every other month @1400hrs

Meeting Location:
Nevada Veterans Coalition
140 East Main St. Ste. D
Fernley, Nevada

Nevada Veterans Foundation

Nevada Veterans Foundation

Mission: The purpose of this charitable Foundation is to help improve quality of life for members of the military, retirees, Veterans and their families undergoing medical treatment at Military and Veterans healthcare facilities.

Nevada Veterans Foundation
P.O. Box 752291
Las Vegas, NV 89136

Website: https://nevadavets.org/

Contact: info@nevadavets.org

Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Veterans and Warriors Organization

P.O. Box 13Wadsworth, NV 89442

Contact: PLVWO2008@yahoo.com or (775) 815-5787

Scottish American Military Society

Websitehttp://www.s-a-m-s.org/contact.php

Scottish American Military Society Post 777
3812 San Esteban Avenue
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89084

Contact: Samspost777lasvegas@gmail.com or (702) 406-8000

Meeting Times:
First Sunday on every month at Noon @ the Leatherneck Club
Meeting Location:
4360 W Spring Mountain Rd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

U.S. Submarine Veterans, Inc/Corvina Base-Reno

Mission: Honors those who have departed on “Eternal Patrol" by maintaining Memorials at the Fernley Northern Nevada Veteran's Cemetery, and at the State Library and Archives in Carson City. Base participates in the Kap(SS) 4 Kid(SS) Program, visiting long-stay children in the local hospitals, making them a “Honorary Submariner". Supports the Reno Veterans Guest House and participates in local parades with a 30 foot float of a replica WWII submarine.

P. O. Box 12291
Reno, Nevada 89510-2291

Contact: corvinabasedk.reno@outlook.com or (775) 410-7266

Meeting Times:
2 p.m. on the Second Saturday of each month (Except first Saturday in November)

Meeting Location:
Denny's Restaurant
205 E. Nugget Avenue
Sparks, Nevada 89431

Veterans Guest House

Mission: The Veterans Guest House provides United States military service veterans and their families temporary overnight accommodations when receiving treatment at a medical facility in the Reno-Sparks area.

Website: https://www.veteransguesthouse.org/

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

Mission: We are a nonprofit veterans service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard and reserve forces. We have many programs and services that work to support veterans, service members and their families, as well as communities worldwide. Please spend some time browsing our website to learn why “NO ONE DOES MORE FOR VETERANS".

Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 12101
1937 Williamsport St.
Henderson, Nevada 89052

Contact: pscPeterson@vfwnv.com or (702) 465-9121

Meeting Times:
1st Tuesday of the Month, 6:00 pm
Meeting Location:
Boys & Girls Club
10900 Southern Highlands Parkway
Nevada 89141

Women Veterans of Nevada

Mission: The mission of the Women Veterans of Nevada is to bring together women of all branches and eras of military service; inactive, reserve and active duty, to share and celebrate the history of military women, preserve and perpetuate our positive heritage and continue an active commitment to educate, aid and assist comrades and community.

P O Box 50542
Henderson, Nevada 89016

Contact: Bobi Oates at boates4616@aol.com or (702) 498-3045

Website: https://www.womenveteransalliance.org/women-veterans-nevada/

Meeting Time:
10:30 a.m. on the third Saturday of even numbered months

Meeting Location:
American Legion Post #8
733 Veterans Memorial Dr
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101