he Rocky Mountain Veterans Village of Hope (RMVVH) is in the process of overhauling our
organization due to organizational changes. We have recently applied for a single non-profit (501(3)(c) status. Our organization operates as a "Veterans Resource" providing referral and
action resource for our Veterans. We help Veterans access their earned VA entitlements and serve as advocates leading to a resolution of their issues.
We are organized and registered with the Colorado Secretary of State as a charitable organization in
2013 and remamin in good standing.
Our team is made up entirely of veteran and community volunteers who are professional
and passionate about what they can do for their brother and sister veterans. We are not duplicative but focus on augmenting supportive services currently provided to the veterans in
our respective communities. We are not only a referral source but also the veterans "battle buddy" who will personally guide our veterans through their
We research and ensure the integrity, capabilities and reliability of all resource agencies that
we refer our veterans to. We daily assist the veteran in bridging the gaps and cutting through the "Red Tape" on their claims while providing swift action and tracking their
progress from beginning to completion. We additionally mentor veterans to utilize all of their entitlements to improve their self-confidence so they ultimately can transition into a successful
member of our communities.
Our organization is focused on eradicating the suicide rate along with addressing the
homeless and medical problems afflicting our Veterans who have served us so gallantly.
"Those who have served this nation as Veterans
should never find themselves on the streets, living without care and without hope."
– VA Secretary Eric Shinseki