Veteran Resources

Supporting Arizona’s Veterans

Senator Kelly, a 25-year Navy combat veteran, is committed to supporting Arizona’s veterans. He has been a strong advocate for veterans in Washington, leading efforts to improve accountability and transparency at the VA and expand vaccine access for veterans.

Senator Kelly also was an original cosponsor of the bill that extended pandemic benefits for veteran students. He regularly receives feedback from his Veterans Advisory Group, made up of representatives from Arizona’s veterans service organizations, local veterans groups, and community organizations — representing different services and service eras.

Senator Kelly addresses the 2021 American Legion National Convention in Phoenix.

Our office is ready to assist veterans who need help navigating the VA. We’re able to help veterans access the federal benefits they’ve earned from their service, including pensions, life insurance, medical treatment, and educational benefits, as well as personnel records, replacement medals, and much more. We encourage Arizona veterans or their family who need help with any of these concerns to fill out this form or give us a call.

Here are additional resources for Arizona veterans:

Health Care


Employment & Education

Financial Assistance

  • VA Pension Benefits: Federal pension benefits are available to some wartime veterans and their survivors.
  • Arizona Military Family Relief Fund: Provides financial assistance to active duty servicemembers, veterans, and their families for unforeseen financial hardships caused by their military service.

For Tribal Veterans

  • VA Benefits and Programs for Native American Veterans: Federal benefits and programs offered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to Native American veterans and their families.
  • Tribal HUD-VASH: A joint program between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to offer a permanent home and supportive services to Native American veterans.

For Women Veterans

  • Center for Women Veterans: VA benefits, services, and programs for women veterans.
  • Women Veterans Call Center: Free and confidential call center to help women veterans navigate the VA and connect them with the Women Veterans Program Manager at their local VA medical center.

For LGBTQ+ Veterans

  • VHA LGBTQ+ Health Program: Information about the affirming and inclusive health services offered by the VA to LGBTQ+ veterans.

Additional Resources

  • Military Personnel Records: Repository of millions of military personnel, health, and medical records of discharged and deceased veterans of all services during the 20th century.
  • National Cemetery Administration: Information about the veterans cemeteries in Arizona.
  • VA Burial Benefits: Benefits to help servicemembers, veterans, and their family members plan and pay for a burial or memorial service in a VA national cemetery.
  • Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services: Provides direct services to Arizona veterans through the administration of 30+ professional benefit counselors located throughout the state.
  • American Legion: America’s largest veterans service organization that offers a variety of programs and services for veterans.
  • Vietnam Veterans of America: Promotes and supports the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans.