Prescott Veterans Resource Center

600 E. Gurley St. Suite F
Prescott, AZ 86301
(928) 776-0766
(928) 776-0803 - fax

Programs & Services


The Prescott office of Veterans Resource Centers of America (VRC) opened on October 1, 2013. The home office of the Northern Arizona branch of VRC, it shares a $2 million VA Supportive Services for Veterans' Families (SSVF) grant with the Flagstaff and Bullhead City sites. This grant provides case management and temporary financial assistance to veteran households who are homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless. Conveniently located in the same building as the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services (Veterans Benefits Counseling), across the street from Salvation Army and only a block south of the courthouse square, the Prescott VRC is easy for veterans to find. Close collaborations with the VA Domiciliary, the Northern Arizona VA Healthcare System, VA Compensated Work Therapy, US Vets, Upward Bound/Trio, the DES Veterans Employment Advocate and other local veteran-serving organizations have led to great outcomes for our veterans.


The Prescott team includes deep experience in working with homelessness, community mental health, substance abuse recovery and veterans' issues. All of the caseworkers are veterans and can empathize with the difficulties vets face. Vets visiting or calling for the first time can speak with a staff person immediately, before filling out forms, to assess how their needs and our resources align. The office hours are 8AM to 6PM (without closing for lunch) to accommodate vets who need to contact the staff before or after their work or during their lunch break. A phone, computer, Internet port, copier, fax, resource lists, microwave, coffee, cold bottled water, food, toiletries and clothing are always available to vets.