Prescott

U.S.VETS-Prescott

U.S.VETS – Prescott opened in 2003 and serve over 150 veterans annually.

In 2014, the site relocated to a new courtyard style living facility which features a state of the art kitchen and laundry, and a serene outdoor environment with ample room to relax and experience fellowship.

  • Salute to Heroes Raises Support for Veterans

    Over 7500 community members attended the 4th Annual Salute to Heroes Event on Saturday March 29th at Tim’s Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. U.S.VETS was honored to have been selected as the beneficiary of the proceeds raised by this event!

  • Valentines for Vets in Prescott

      Help Hospitalized Veterans and Yavapai County Community Foundation brought the 5th annual Valentines for Vets performance was held at Yavapia Community College Performing Arts Center on February 13, 2014.  Veterans and veteran supporters of Yavapai County enjoyed a fabulous performance by the Chi-Lites and Gary Lewis and the Playboys. The concert played to over 400 attendees, including Mayor Marlin Kykendall and many other dignitaries. One of the event sponsors, Soldier’s Wish, presented U.S.VETS – Prescott a $5,000.00 donation towards the expenses of the upcoming move into a new facility.  Annette Olson, Program Director, and 12 veterans from the VIP program at U.S.VETS – Prescott received wild applause from the sold-out crowd when they were invited onstage to accept the award. It was an evening of fun for all!

  • Veterans Day at U.S.VETS – Prescott

    U.S.VETS-Prescott started the Veterans Day celebrations with our staff preparing a home-cooked traditional breakfast for the residents which included pancakes, hash browns, eggs, pastries, sausage, ham, and more! The residents then participated in the Veterans Day Parade sponsored by the City of Prescott. The theme of the parade was “Hometown Heroes, We Salute You.” Our veterans marched in the parade with handmade yellow ribbons and flags. Arizona Senator John McCain, a veteran, was in attendance for the event and shook hands with many. To commemorate the 1918 Armistice, there was an airplane flyover at 11:11 am.

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Mailing Address:
1113 E. Gurley St.
Prescott, AZ 86301
928.583.7200

Annette Olson

 

 

 

 

 

Annette Olson, M.A.
Executive Director (bio)

Veterans Seeking Housing
Outreach Department
928.583.7200
prescottoutreach@usvetsinc.org

Veterans Seeking Employment Assistance
Workforce Department
928.583.7680
prescottworkforce@usvetsinc.org

Veterans Seeking Other Services
Luisa Williams, M.A., LASAC
928.583.7202
luisawilliams@usvetsinc.org

Volunteer Opportunities
Skye Biasetti
928.583.7679
sbiasetti@usvetsinc.org

In-Kind or Goods Donations
Skye Biasetti
928.583.7679
sbiasetti@usvetsinc.org

Advisory Council

Cindi LaSalle-Shanks
Realtor

Larry Renken
Congressman Gosar, Arizona’s 4th District

Cmdr Dennis Lueders
Executive Director, Disabled American Veterans

Dan Peterson
Morgan Stanley

Dr. Jim O’Leary
University Professor (ret.)

Pam Sallee

Robert Shanks, Ph.D
Adjunct Professor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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