Veterans Employment & Training Service (VETS)
Whether you're a manager, human resources specialist or veteran seeking employment, you'll find the resources you need for matching employment opportunities with veterans. Visit the U.S. Department of Labor VETS website.
Unemployment Insurance Benefits
Ex-service members, who apply for Unemployment Insurance benefits upon separation from active military service, must provide information from their DD Form 214, orders to report or orders of release. If you do not have this documentation, the National Archives and Records Administration can provide you with information on your military service and copies of your DD Form 214.
Getting There Guide
Produced by the Denver Regional Mobility & Access Council, the Getting There Guide is intended to help bridge the transportation gap for older adults living in the Denver area, thus helping them live as independently as possible. DRMAC is the coordinating council for the Denver area, focused on bringing specialized transportation providers and riders together. A project of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center, DRMAC is funded in part by the Getting There Collaborative, a joint, multi-year transportation initiative of The Colorado Health Foundation and Rose Community Foundation.
For more information about veteran services contact:
- Adams County Workforce & Business Center
4430 S. Adams County Pkwy.
1st Floor, Suite W5000
Brighton, CO 80601-8221
- The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Benefits and Service