U.S.VETS — Phoenix began providing services to veterans in December of 2001. U.S.VETS — Phoenix provides transitional and permanent housing to veterans daily, and provides veteran families with financial assistance.

Each year U.S.VETS — Phoenix serves over 1,200 veterans though outreach, case management, housing services, individual and group counseling, and workforce related activities.


July 8-10, 2020
8 am – 11 am each day
3400 NW Grand Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85017

Each night, more than 100 Veterans experiencing homelessness call U.S.VETS — Phoenix home. Most Veterans come to us with just the clothes on their backs and are in need of everyday supplies. COVID-19 has strained our limited resources and has made it difficult to get basic hygiene products for our Veterans. We need your help and hope that you will consider donating some of the items that our Veterans need.

Due to COVID, this will be a drive-thru drop-off drive. Please have everything in boxes in your trunk and follow the signs when you arrive. We will be happy to remove the items from your trunk and give you a donation receipt.

For more details, contact Kristen Kerns at KKerns@usvetsinc.org.

2018 – 2019 Impact

View our U.S.VETS — Phoenix Fact Sheet for more impact information.

The State of Arizona recognizes U.S.VETS — Phoenix as a Qualifying Charitable Organization. Arizona residents receive a dollar-for-dollar charitable state tax credit with a gift up to $800. Click for more information.


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Mailing Address:

3507 North Central Avenue
Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85012

Veterans Seeking Housing & Other Services
Ed Welch, Outreach Department

Donations, communications and Corporate Volunteer Opportunities
Kristen Kerns

Career Opportunities
Bonnie Alvarado

Individual Volunteer Opportunities and Veteran Activities
Shontell Lege

Supportive Services for Veterans Families


Executive Director

Michelle Jameson

Michelle Jameson is the Executive Director for U.S.VETS — Phoenix.

Jameson spent the last four years working as the education social services manager with Salt River Indian Community Schools in Scottsdale-a multi-faceted job that entailed everything from overseeing day-to-day operations at four sites to making home visits to acting as liaison between state, federal and local representatives and the Native American families they served.

During her tenure at Salt River, she was nominated and recognized as one of the Top 5 Employees (out of 7,600), for her “outstanding commitment and leadership.”

Before moving to Arizona, she worked for more than a decade in Minnesota schools. During that time, she designed and launched an alternative learning center in Pelican Rapids, MN. She holds a Master of Science in Educational Administration from Minnesota State University.

Advisory Council

Lawrence C. Petrowski
U.S. Air Force
Retired Partner, Stinson Leonard Street LLP

Patrick Camuñez
U.S. Army
Labor Relations Counsel, First Transit

Gordon Jack Dover
Retired Staff, U.S. Senate

Richard G. Erickson
U.S. Marine Corps
Partner, Snell & Wilmer, LLP

Roger Ferland
U.S. Army
Retired Partner, Quarles & Brady LLP

Adam Hawkins
President, Global External Relations

Hon. Michael Daly Hawkins
U.S. Marine Corps
Senior U.S. Circuit Judge

Frederick C. Lamont
U.S. Air Force
Retired CPA, CEO, CFO

Ryan Lockner
Littler Mendelson P.C

Gen. Richard Gregg Maxon
U.S. Army

Edward F. Novak
U.S. Army
Sharholder, Polsinelli, PC

Chuck Podolak
Governor Ducey’s Office – Natural Resources Policy Advisor

Robert W. Shely

Partner, Brown, Engstrand & Shely

Clint Sundt
VP, Industrial Group, Sundt

Stuart Warren
U.S. Army
VP, Deputy General Counsel, Fox Restaurant Concepts

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