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Local/Community Resources


Brush VFW

Brush VFW Post 3551 is part of a National Organization of veterans from all of America's military branches, who have served in combat zones in our wars.

We offer a place for veterans to speak and interact with other veterans who understand similar experiences of serving in combat situations. We can assist in getting medical or disability claims submitted through the VA. We also provide support to veterans with disabilities by loaning crutches, walkers, or wheelchairs if needed.



Sagebrush Post 68/American Legion in Brush, CO. Americans taking care of Americans!!

2301 Mill St Brush, Colorado 80723

Ricky Arellano - Service Officer

Morgan County Veterans' Service

Benefits are only a phone call away.

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Melody Christensen, President,



Morgan County Family Center is an outstanding community resource that helps Eastern Colorado families.

Fort Morgan Location

411 Main Street, Suite 100 Fort Morgan, CO 80701

Brush Location 

120 Clayton Street Brush, CO 80723

Contact us!

Phone: 970.867.9606


We build Community Gardens with Community Veterans

State & National Resources

US Department of Veteran Affairs


Operation Veteran Strong

PCS Chariot

Great resource for Veterans to self-evaluate and get access to resources.

Hunts for Disabled Veterans

Hoyt, CO


How to Start a Small Business - A Veterans Guide to SMB with Tools

Malignant mesothelioma is a form of cancer caused by asbestos exposure that primarily forms in the lining of the lungs and abdomen. Presenting symptoms include difficulty breathing and chest pain. The average life expectancy is six to eight months without treatment and 12 months with treatment.

How to file a mesothelioma claim:

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Receiving an Alzheimer’s diagnosis can be devastating for both seniors and their loved ones. And while the news itself can be overwhelming, getting the right diagnosis is also the first step in receiving the right care. From therapies to medications, new and innovative treatments are being developed all the time to improve the quality of life of those living with memory impairment.

Understanding the disease and getting the right treatment as soon as possible is the best way to ensure that patients lead the best lives possible.

While working in the maritime industry can be exciting and lucrative, it can also be highly dangerous. If you’ve been injured on the job, you have rights and options.

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Veterans of all ages may be eligible for a free medical alert system from providers that have partnered with the Department of Veterans Affairs. These systems can help you or your loved one remain safer and more independent even when living alone. These devices are sometimes referred to as personal emergency response systems (PERS) and usually take the form of a bracelet or pendant. The features and functionality vary, from basics such as two-way speech to automatic fall detection, GPS and voice guidance.

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