America’s Veterans should receive the compensation that they earned while defending America, and this includes Veterans in Arizona, home to approximately 522,000 Veterans. The Census Bureau estimates that 17% of these Veterans have at least one service-connected disability (the same percentage as the national average). However, there are many more who have suffered injuries yet do not have a VA disability rating. An Arizona VA disability lawyer from Berry Law can help you fight for the disability compensation you are entitled to.

At Berry Law Firm we represent Veterans in all 50 states. We fight for Veterans’ disability appeals at every VA Regional Office in America, and are dedicated to ensuring Veterans’ rights are protected. If you have been denied VA benefits, or are unhappy with your rating decision, you may want to enlist the support of an experienced Arizona VA disability lawyer. The following article is meant to help you understand the Veterans’ disability benefits process in Arizona.

 

Starting a VA Claim in Arizona

Getting started with a VA disability claim can begin from any location in the world, regardless of whether you served in that location.

You can use the VA’s website to apply, or get help from a VSO (Veterans Service Organization).  Here is a list of Local VSOs in Arizona.

To get started, you need to complete VA Form 21-526EZ, or apply online through the VA eBenefits portal. You may need to submit additional forms based on your individual circumstances. Other relevant forms include VA Form 21-0781 or 21-0781a for PTSD claims, and VA Form 21-8940 and 21-4192 for Individual Unemployability (TDIU). Once completed, these forms can be submitted to the VA.

Initial claims generally take several months to process, although they can be expedited for certain reasons, including terminal illness, Veteran age over 75, homelessness, or financial hardship.

It is important to start your claim early to establish an early effective date. Once set, the effective date will not change regardless of how long it takes to fully settle a claim, which can take years. The importance of the effective date is that the Veteran is entitled to back pay at the monthly rate they are entitled to reaching from the final decision date all the way back to the effective date.

You should also know that the effective date can be lost if you don’t maintain appeals for your claims. For instance, if you have 90 days to file a VAF-9 but wait too long to do so, you may have to reopen your claim leading to a new effective date. One reason that Veterans fight so hard to appeal VA decisions is to keep the effective date in place and receive all the compensation for their disabilities that they earned. See below for additional information about appealing VA decisions in Arizona.

The effective date for each disability claim is independent so an earlier effective date for a shoulder claim will usually not apply to a gastrointestinal claim initially filed years later.

Appealing a VA Decision with an Arizona VA Disability Lawyer

Despite a solid claim, the VA Regional Office may nonetheless make an improper decision for a Veteran’s initial disability benefits claim. If an initial claim is denied, rated too low, or given an improper effective date, you can appeal the decision.

You can appeal in a number of different ways depending on how the decision was reached. Berry Law can help you present the most compelling appeal for your case, and has helped Veterans recover over $100 Million in backpay owed to them by the government.

We have attorneys and advocates in various locations throughout the US, but the location of your attorney does not actually impact the process because all claims are Federally adjudicated. Berry Law has helped Veterans in Arizona, and each of the other 49 states, along with Veterans in US territories and foreign countries.

The appeals process can be long, but as long as you have preserved your effective date by keeping appeals open, you are entitled to receive back pay for every month that elapsed during the process.

Most appeals begin with filing a Notice of Disagreement (NOD) with your VA Regional Office. The NOD, usually due within one year of a rating decision, notifies the VA that you disagree with the decision that has been made. An NOD can simply state “I disagree”, or can include substantial amounts of supporting evidence The Regional Office in Arizona is located at: 3333 North Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012

The Regional Office will reply with a Statement of Case (SOC), which presents the state of the case and is sent to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals (BVA). The BVA will review the material to make its own determination. If you feel that the BVA has made an incorrect ruling, the next step is to appeal to the CAVC.

If you would like help appealing a VA decision in Arizona, please reach out to an Arizona VA disability lawyer from our team to schedule a free consultation on what your options may be.

Selecting a VA Certified Disability Appeals Attorney in Arizona

Not every Arizona VA disability lawyer is identical. If you decide to hire an attorney to help with your claim, it is a good idea to select one that will continue working with you throughout the multi-year process, and who has experience with appeals at every step of the process. You may want to use a Firm with a long history of representing Veterans to make sure they will still be representing you if your case lasts for several years. Some firms only recently added Veterans Appeals to their Social Security practice and are not invested in actually helping Veterans.

The hardest aspect to select for is how effective your lawyer will be at presenting your case with research, evidence, and arguments. While number of years of practice can serve as a proxy, it’s hard to gauge work product until it’s done. Testimonials and reviews can provide additional insight that may help you determine how well the firm has done for other Veterans.

You may also want to focus on attorneys who have actually served in the military. Utilizing an Arizona VA appeals lawyer who has military experience can facilitate better communication and eliminate the need to explain your military experiences to someone without similar experience. Fellow Veterans often make great wingmen when it comes to helping you work through difficult situations. When it’s time to fix bayonets and charge a position, will your attorney understand?

Making the right decision on hiring a law firm can make a significant difference for the outcome of your case. An Arizona VA disability lawyer from Berry Law can fight for you and your benefits.

Berry Law: Veterans Serving Veterans

Berry Law Firm was established by Vietnam Veteran John Stevens Berry, Sr. While in Vietnam, Berry successfully defended the Green Berets in a highly publicized murder case, resulting in major news coverage and an elite reputation. After leaving the service, he opened his own firm focused on criminal defense, but where he also helped Veterans with legal work, particularly supporting fellow Vietnam Veterans who had been disabled in service. His son, John S. Berry, Jr., is now the Managing Partner of the Firm, and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel from the Nebraska National Guard, where he held multiple Command positions after serving in both Bosnia and Iraq during Active Duty periods. John has helped grow the firm while keeping its roots in military work ethic and values.

The firm employs Veterans from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. We have lawyers from each branch, and feature both Officers and Enlisted, with service ranks ranging from E2 – O6 (including an E9). Our Veterans served during every major conflict since Vietnam, and combined have earned hundreds of awards, ribbons, and commendations for their service. Also on staff are members of the Reserves and National Guard still attending drill and occasionally mobilizing.

An Arizona VA disability lawyer from Berry Law will bring passion for the military and passion for the law to help Arizona Veterans with their legal needs.

Serving Clients from Across Arizona

An Arizona VA disability lawyer form Berry Law can help Vets from all over Arizona, including in:

  • Phoenix
  • Tucson
  • Mesa
  • Scottsdale
  • Chandler
  • Glendale
  • Gilbert
  • Tempe
  • Peoria
  • Surprise
  • Yuma
  • Avondale
  • Goodyear
  • Flagstaff
  • Buckeye
  • Casa Grande
  • Lake Havasu City
  • Maricopa
  • Marana
  • Prescott Valley
  • Prescott
  • Oro Valley
  • Apache Junction
  • Queen Creek
  • Sierra Vista
  • Bullhead City
  • El Mirage
  • San Luis
  • Sahuarita
  • Kingman
  • Fountain Hills
  • Florence
  • Nogales
  • Sedona

 

Resources for Veterans in Arizona

VSOs in Arizona

Although an Arizona VA disability lawyer from Berry Law cannot help you file an initial claim, a local VSOs can. The VA recognizes some VSOs to help prepare and present claims to the VA.

Local chapters in Arizona include:

AMVETS

  • Post AZ-DEPT, Goodyear, AZ
  • Post AZ-0065, Phoenix, AZ
  • Post AZ-0007, Fountain Hills, AZ
  • Post AZ-0039, Tucson, AZ
  • Post AZ-0107, Tucson, AZ
  • Post AZ-0770, Tucson, AZ
  • Post AZ-0002, Yuma, AZ
  • Post AZ-0003, Chino Valley, AZ
  • Post AZ-0019, Fort Mohave, AZ
  • Post AZ-0041, Topock, AZ
  • Post AZ-0089, Sierra Vista, AZ

The American Legion

  • Post #1 LUKE-GREENWAY, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #2 WILLIAM BLOYS, Tempe AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #3 Mark A Moore, Flagstaff AZ (Coconino County)
  • Post #4 HENRY BERRY, Globe AZ (Gila County)
  • Post #5 SOUTHERN MEADOWS, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #6 ERNEST A. LOVE, Prescott AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #7 Morgan McDermott, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #8 Fred A Humphreys, Casa Grande AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #9 MC CLELLAN – PARSONS, Florence AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #10 ORGAN PIPE CACTUS, Ajo AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #11 FRED – HILBURN, Douglas AZ (Cochise County)
  • Post #12 KELLIS – DRAPER, Wickenburg AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #13 Cordova, Williams AZ (Coconino County)
  • Post #14 SWASKEGAME, Kingman AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #15 FRANK PERKINS, Winslow AZ (Navajo County)
  • Post #16 L.A. ENGLE JR., Bisbee AZ (Cochise County)
  • Post #17 WILLIAM P. KERN, Superior AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #18 P.A.L., Kearney AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #19 H. H. DONKERSLEY, Yuma AZ (Yuma County)
  • Post #20 WILLCOX, Willcox AZ (Cochise County)
  • Post #22 GOLDEN VALLEY,, Golden Valley AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #23 RIDGE-IGO, Nogales AZ (Santa Cruz County)
  • Post #24 Roy Fourr, Tombstone AZ (Cochise County)
  • Post #25 Verde Valley, Cottonwood AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #26 MESA, Mesa AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #27 APACHE, Apache Junction AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #28 LLOYD C. HILL, Clifton AZ (Greenlee County)
  • Post #29 EARL E MITCHELL, Glendale AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #30 JOHN SLAUGHTER, Springerville AZ (Apache County)
  • Post #31 GREER-DEWITT, St Johns AZ (Apache County)
  • Post #32 Swift-Murphy, Safford AZ (Graham County)
  • Post #33 JERRY & DAW, Tuba City AZ (Coconino County)
  • Post #34 FRANK W. WRIGHT, Cave Creek AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #35 MATHEW B. JUAN, Chandler AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #36 John P Burns, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #37 NAVAJO, Holbrook AZ (Navajo County)
  • Post #39 MERRILL-MITCHELL, Gilbert AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #40 BOBBY BISJAK, Chino Valley AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #41 SOZA-MARTINEZ-THUNDERBIRD, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #42 JOHN IVENS, Grand Canyon AZ (Coconino County)
  • Post #44 SIPE-PETERSON, Scottsdale AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #45 VICENTE MANZO, Benson AZ (Cochise County)
  • Post #46 CHIC CHISOM, Bouse AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #48 FRANCIS M BUNCH, San Manuel AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #49 MC CULLOUGH – MC NAIR, Duncan AZ (Greenlee County)
  • Post #50 PHOENICIAN, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #51 HASKELL-OSIFE ANTONE, Coolidge AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #52 Bill Carmichael, Sierra Vista AZ (Cochise County)
  • Post #53 HAZELTON – BUTLER, Buckeye AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #54 William David Hood, Coolidge AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #56 FLOYD G. JEFFERSON, Yuma AZ (Yuma County)
  • Post #57 Robert Fulton, Ash Fork AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #58 FOUNTAIN HILLS, Fountain Hills AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #59 COCIO-ESTRADA, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #60 OLIVER – DECLAY, Whiteriver AZ (Navajo County)
  • Post #61 CRANDALL-PALMER, Avondale AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #62 JOHN J MORRIS, Peoria AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #63 LENA VAUGHN WHITNEY, Mesa AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #64 AHWATUKEE, Ahwatukee AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #65 TRAVIS L WILLIAMS, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #66 Green Valley, Sahuarita AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #68 SAHUARO, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #69 TONTO RIM, Payson AZ (Gila County)
  • Post #70 FREEMAN H SHARP, Parker AZ (La Paz County)
  • Post #72 DWIGHT EISENHOWER, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #73 CASAS ADOBES, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #74 CALABASAS, Rio Rico AZ (Santa Cruz County)
  • Post #75 SUNNYSLOPE, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #76 WHITE MOUNTAIM / WILLIAM HOUSE, Pinetop/Showlow AZ (Navajo County)
  • Post #77 HICKSON-BIA, Fort Defiance AZ (Apache County)
  • Post #78 HUMBOLDT, Humboldt AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #79 TAYLOR-KEEHNER, Yarnell AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #80 HOPI, Kykotsmovi AZ (Navajo County)
  • Post #81 Robert A Eckert, Lake Havasu City AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #82 WARREN L. DEMPSEY, Ganado AZ (Apache County)
  • Post #83 EAST MESA, Mesa AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #84 IRA H. HAYES, Sacaton AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #85 AVRA VALLEY-PICTURE ROCKS, Marana AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #86 JOHN D. WIBBY, Overgaard AZ (Navajo County)
  • Post #87 MOHAVE VALLEY, Bullhead City AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #88 DOLAN SPRINGS, Dolan Springs AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #89 JOSE FRANCISCO JIMENEZ, Eloy AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #90 BLACK CANYON CITY, Black Canyon City AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #91, WAYNE V. McMARTIN, Chandler AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #93 DAVID C. JOHNSON, Camp Verde AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #94 MARY ELLEN PIOTROWSKI, Sun City West AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #95 LOPEZ-HERNANDEZ, Solomon AZ (Graham County)
  • Post #96 SURPRISE, SURPRISE AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #97 SAN TAN VALLEY, San Tan Valley AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #101 JOHN H. HARRIES, Sun City AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #102 TUCSON MOUNTAINS, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #103 MEADVIEW, Meadview AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #104 DENNIS S. PIKE, Bagdad AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #105 CHRISTOPHER J LAPKA, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #107 IRVING B. SELMER, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #108 GARY STREETER, Prescott Valley AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #109 McCulloch-Wagner, Vail AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #111 PATAGONIA, Patagonia AZ (Santa Cruz County)
  • Post #112 CURTIS-HUSKON, Leupp AZ (Coconino County)
  • Post #113 BURTON E. BECK, Elgin AZ (Santa Cruz County)
  • Post #114 SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA VETERANS, Scottsdale AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #115 NORTH SCOTTSDALE, Scottsdale AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #117 PAT TILLMAN, Phoenix AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #122 CORDES LAKES, Cordes Lakes AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #123 Forrest C Longwell, Seligman AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #124 GUADALUPE VETERANS, Guadalupe AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #125 YEOME, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #126 Snowflake-Taylor, Snowflake AZ (Navajo County)
  • Post #127 South Valley, Mohave Valley AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #128 DAISEY MOUNTAIN VETERANS, Anthem AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #129 Duane Ellsworth, Queen Creek AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #130 CPL JOSEPH McCARTHY, Concho AZ (Apache County)
  • Post #131 Madera, Green Valley AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #132, ORO VALLEY, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #133 Maricopa, Maricopa AZ (Pinal County)
  • Post #134 THE LAVEEN CAVALRY, Laveen AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #135 CORNVILLE, Cornville AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #136 YUCCA, Yucca AZ (Mohave County)
  • Post #137 ISAIHA MAYS-BILL MAULDIN, Tonopah AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #138 SCOTTSDALE, Tempe AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #139 GEORGE D. REIFF, CROWN KING AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #140 PRESCOTT VALLEY, Prescott Valley AZ (Yavapai County)
  • Post #141 COCHISE STRONGHOLD, Pearce AZ (Cochise County)
  • Post #142 TUCSON, Tucson AZ (Pima County)
  • Post #143 Thomas D. Rabjohn, Goodyear AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #144 ARROWHEAD-JOHN E. FORD III, Glendale AZ (Maricopa County)
  • Post #145 Eugene C. Yount, Peoria AZ (Maricopa County)

VFW Posts

  • VFW Post 40, Avondale, AZ
  • VFW Post 285, Surprise, AZ
  • VFW Post 404, Mohave Valley, AZ
  • VFW Post 541, Prescott, AZ
  • VFW Post 549, Tucson, AZ
  • VFW Post 769, Quartzsite, AZ
  • VFW Post 1433, Glendale, AZ
  • VFW Post 1677, Casa Grande, AZ
  • VFW Post 1760, Mesa, AZ
  • VFW Post 2190, Chloride, AZ
  • VFW Post 3513, Scottsdale, AZ
  • VFW Post 3632, Tempe, AZ
  • VFW Post 3713, Coolidge, AZ
  • VFW Post 6306, Golden Shores, AZ
  • VFW Post 6310, Tolleson, AZ
  • VFW Post 6790, Wellton, AZ
  • VFW Post 7400, Cottonwood, AZ
  • VFW Post 7401, Chandler, AZ
  • VFW Post 7507, Fountain Hills, AZ
  • VFW Post 7968, Apache Junction, AZ
  • VFW Post 8053, Sun Lakes, AZ
  • VFW Post 8987, Eagar, AZ
  • VFW Post 9399, Apache Junction, AZ
  • VFW Post 9400, Phoenix, AZ
  • VFW Post 9401, Lake Havasu City, AZ
  • VFW Post 9833, Dolan Springs, AZ
  • VFW Post 9907, Show Low, AZ
  • VFW Post 9972, Sierra Vista, AZ
  • VFW Post 9977, Arizona Sunsites, AZ
  • VFW Post 10005, Bullhead City, AZ
  • VFW Post 10227, Prescott Valley, AZ
  • VFW Post 12098, Buckeye, AZ
  • VFW Post 12166, Queen Creek, AZ

 

VA Locations in Arizona

Some of the VA facilities in Arizona are:

  • Phoenix Regional Office 3333 North Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
  • Prescott VA Medical Center and Benefits Counseling, 500 N. Hwy 89, Prescott, AZ 86313
  • Intake Site at Fort Huachuca, Building 22420, Room 1, Butler Road, Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613
  • Intake Site at Luke Air Force Base, 7282 N 137th Ave., Luke AFB, AZ 85309
  • Intake Site at Davis–Monthan Air Force Base, 2600 S. Craycroft  Road, Tucson, AZ 85723
  • MILITARY SERVICE COORDINATOR FOR INTEGRATED DISABILITY, Luke Air Force Base, Glendale, AZ 85308
  • MILITARY SERVICE COORDINATOR FOR INTEGRATED DISABILITY, Davis–Monthan Air Force Base, 2600 S. Craycroft Road, Tucson, AZ 85707
  • MILITARY SERVICE COORDINATOR FOR INTEGRATED DISABILITY, Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center, 2240 E. Winrow Ave., Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613–7079
  • VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND EMPLOYMENT, VR&E Tucson Office, 1360 West Irvington Road #150 , Tucson, AZ 85746
  • VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND EMPLOYMENT, VR&E Flagstaff, 123 N. San Francisco St. 103, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
  • National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 North Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85024
  • Prescott National Cemetery, 500 Highway 89 North, Prescott, AZ 86313
  • Phoenix VA Health Care System (Health Care System), Phoenix, AZ
  • Northern AZ VA HCS (Health Care System), Prescott, AZ
  • Southern AZ VA HCS (Health Care System), Tucson, AZ
  • Chinle Comprehensive Care Facility (Indian Health Services) (Outpatient Clinic), Chinle, AZ
  • Holbrook VA Clinic (Outpatient Clinic), Holbrook, AZ
  • Page VA Clinic (Outpatient Clinic), Page, AZ
  • Polacca VA Clinic (Outpatient Clinic), Polacca, AZ
  • Tuba City VA Clinic (Outpatient Clinic), Tuba City, AZ
  • Anthem CBOC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Anthem, AZ
  • Casa Grande CBOC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Casa Grande, AZ
  • Cottonwood CBOC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Cottonwood, AZ
  • Flagstaff CBOC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Flagstaff, AZ
  • Southeast VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Gilbert, AZ
  • Globe-Miami VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Globe, AZ
  • Green Valley CBOC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Green Valley, AZ
  • Kayenta VA Clinic (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Kayenta, AZ
  • Kingman CBOC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Kingman, AZ
  • Lake Havasu City CBOC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Lake Havasu City, AZ
  • Payson VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Payson, AZ
  • Midtown VA Clinic (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Phoenix, AZ
  • SW VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Phoenix, AZ
  • Thunderbird VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Phoenix, AZ
  • Safford Clinic (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Safford, AZ
  • NE VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Scottsdale, AZ
  • Show Low VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Show Low, AZ
  • Sierra Vista Clinic (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Sierra Vista, AZ
  • NW VA HCC (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Surprise, AZ
  • VA NW Tucson Clinic (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Tucson, AZ
  • VA SE Tucson Clinic (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Tucson, AZ
  • Yuma Clinic (Community Based Outpatient Clinic), Yuma, AZ
  • Chinle Vet Center Outstation (Vet Center), Chinle, AZ
  • Hopi Vet Center Outstation (Vet Center), Hotevilla, AZ
  • Lake Havasu Vet Center (Vet Center), Lake Havasu, AZ
  • Mesa Vet Center (Vet Center), Mesa, AZ
  • West Valley Vet Center (Vet Center), Peoria, AZ
  • Phoenix Vet Center (Vet Center), Phoenix, AZ
  • Prescott Vet Center (Dr. Cameron K. McKinley Vet Center) (Vet Center), Prescott, AZ
  • Tucson Vet Center (Vet Center), Tucson, AZ
  • Yuma Vet Center (Vet Center), Yuma, AZ
  • Casa Grande Rural Health Care Coord. Center (Vet Center), Casa Grande, AZ
  • Sierra Vista Rural Health Care Coord. Center (Vet Center), Sierra Vista, AZ