U.S.VETS — Prescott opened in 2003 and proudly serves 500 veterans annually.

2020 marks the first year of our new Liberty Pointe campus. We are proud to call this new facility home and can’t wait to share it with all of you. Liberty Pointe brings all U.S.VETS — Prescott programs to a central location so we can better serve our veteran clients.

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Liberty Pointe – Grand Opening Event Soon

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U.S.VETS — Prescott is excited to announce that we have successfully brought all of our veteran housing and services together under one roof, at our new permanent home!

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After careful consideration, U.S.VETS — Prescott has decided to postpone the Grand Opening ceremony for Liberty Pointe scheduled on April 2nd.

In light of the recommendation from the Arizona Department of Health Services for high-risk populations to avoid crowds due to the Covid-19 virus, U.S.VETS is taking every possible precaution to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our veteran clients, many of whom are seniors.

We anticipate a large crowd for our celebration, with colleagues, donors, friends and family traveling from cities across Arizona and even other states. As excited as we are to celebrate our new, vibrant campus, we realize that unnecessary travel at this time may not in the best interest of our veterans or our guests.

Please keep an eye out for our new Grand Opening date. We look forward to celebrating this extraordinary accomplishment together!

Thank you for your understanding and continued support of homeless and at-risk veterans across Northern Arizona!

P.S. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek of our dining hall at Liberty Pointe! Our culinary team – which was recently awarded the Golden Plate award by the Yavapai County Community Health Services – designed a wonderful space for our veterans and community to break bread. We hope you’ll make plans to join us in serving our Veterans!

2018 – 2019 Impact

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

The State of Arizona recognizes U.S.VETS — Prescott 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:

1040 Whipple Street, #400
Prescott, AZ 86305

Veterans Seeking Housing
Robert Volpicelli

Veterans Seeking Employment Assistance
Sheryl Gillum

Veterans Seeking Other Services
Robert Volpicelli

Career & Volunteer Opportunities
Bonnie Alvarado

Donations & Communications
Matthew Phillips


Executive Director

Advisory Council

Mary J Fusinski
Pinon Realty BrokerOwner

Fil Kewanyama

Patrick “Pat”  Kuykendall
State Veteran Manager
Arizona Department of Economic Security
First Sergeant, US Army (Ret.)

Jean Lindsay

Patt Parker 
Leadership, Strategic Planning, Public Relations
NWC Class’98

Dan Peterson
Commander, United States Navy Reserve (Ret.)

Liz Piper
Past President, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 40, Chino Valley

Honorary Members

Frank Shankwitz
Founder, Make-a-Wish Foundation

Darla Deville
APS-Community Affairs Manager, Northwest Division

Carole Benedict, M.Ed, LPC

Carole Benedict is the Executive Director for U.S.VETS – Prescott.

Benedict spent the greater part of the last two decades working with the community-based Verde Valley Sanctuary.

Based in Sedona, the Sanctuary provides intervention and prevention services for at-risk youth across 14 schools and serves an average of 1100 students annually.

Benedict is also a licensed child, adult and family therapist with experience facilitating anger management groups for high school and middle school students. She holds a master’s degree in education from Northern Arizona University.

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