Brush VFW Post 3551 is part of a National Organization of veterans from all of America's military branches, who have served in combat zones in our wars.
We offer a place for veterans to speak and interact with other veterans who understand similar experiences of serving in combat situations. We can assist in getting medical or disability claims submitted through the VA. We also provide support to veterans with disabilities by loaning crutches, walkers, or wheelchairs if needed.
Sagebrush Post 68/American Legion in Brush, CO. Americans taking care of Americans!!
2301 Mill St Brush, Colorado 80723
Monty Kinder - Service Officer
Benefits are only a phone call away.
For information on:
Melody Christensen, President,
Morgan County Family Center is an outstanding community resource that helps Eastern Colorado families.
Fort Morgan Location
411 Main Street, Suite 100
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
120 Clayton Street
Brush, CO 80723
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Great resource for Veterans to self-evaluate and get access to resources.
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Suicide prevention is a commonly used and understood term. However not everyone recognizes suicide postvention. Suicide postvention builds upon prevention efforts by providing immediate and ongoing support to those impacted by a suicide loss.
Postvention is critical for healing after suicide. Uniting for Suicide Postvention (USPV) provides resources and support for everyone touched by suicide loss. Check out our USPV sections to learn more.
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