MVA Partners

The LA County Department of Military & Veterans Affairs provides a team of accredited Veteran Service Officers at Bob Hope Patriotic Hall to assist veterans and their families with service-related benefits. In addition to 22 field offices located throughout LA County, we are headquartered at Bob Hope Patriotic Hall, where we work with multiple partners to provide a full-spectrum of resources to veterans and their families, including those listed below.

Full-time, in-house partners include multiple veterans service organizations and the following agencies:

Veteran Peer Access Network

Veteran Peer Access Network – LA County Department of Mental Health

The first-ever community-driven support network serving veterans and their families in the U.S., the Veteran Peer Access Network (VPAN) connects County departments, non-profits, the VA and L.A. City Programs. Led by veterans for veterans, VPAN helps you navigate often complicated systems so that you receive the services you deserve. VPAN prioritizes hiring veterans as “battle buddies” and systems navigators to connect their brothers and sisters in need with resources that will help.” Contact VPAN: Call 1-800-854-7771 then press 3 or email: veterans@dmh.lacounty.gov.

LAC Veterans Americas Job Center of California

Veterans America’s Job Center of California – AJCC

The Veterans America’s Job Center of California is committed to assisting Veterans to re-enter the civilian workforce and to achieve a competitive edge in the labor market. This is done through a combination of education, training, career counseling, and supportive services. Our Veterans receive premier, priority of service and we strive to provide specialized, attentive services to our Veterans via a dedicated AJCC site that is staffed with Veterans who are distinctly qualified to respond to and address the unique needs of those who have served our country. To learn more, please visit: jvs-socal.org/ajcc-downtownla or contact us at veterans@jvs-socal.org.

U.S.VETS

U.S.VETS

U.S. Vets is on a mission to end veteran homelessness in the United States. “The streets” are simply no place for veterans; no place for the many men and women who volunteered, giving of themselves and their youth, to protect our great freedoms. US Vets houses staff at Patriotic Hall to assist with homelessness and other vital resources. You may also contact US VETS at https://usvets.org/locations/patriotic-hall/, or call 213-223-8366.

Part-Time, In-House Partners include multiple Veterans Service organizations and the following agencies:

Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation

The mission of the Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation (TASF) is to honor the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen by providing motivation, access and scholarships to assist financially and academically deserving students in the pursuit of their college education.

Veteran Treatment Courts in California

Provides legal self-help clinics for veterans and families.