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Veteran Resources

Welcome to the City of Fernley Veteran Resource page. You will find below links to resources available to assist Veterans in and around Fernley.  

Connect with veteran service organizations on the federal, state and local level. 

Federal Resources for Veterans

State of Nevada Benefits and Services for Veterans

The Nevada Office of Veterans Services provides several veteran benefits for housing, financial and employment benefits. Nevada State Veterans benefits are provided for eligible veterans. Questions concerning these benefits can be answered by contacting the Nevada Office of Veterans Services at: 

5460 Reno Corporate Dr.
Reno, NV 89511
(775) 688-1653
FAX - (775) 688-1656 

Local & Regional Services for Veterans

VA Hospital - Sierra Nevada Health Care System 
975 Kirman Ave 
Reno, NV 89502
Reno's Veterans Guest House 
The Guest House is located at the corner of Locust and Taylor Streets, just north of the VA Medical Center in Reno. 
880 Locust St 
Reno, NV 89502 
(775) 324-6958 

Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery
Eligible veterans and members of their immediate family may be buried at the Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Fernley. There is no charge for the plot, vault and opening & closing of a gravesite for a Veteran. A $350 fee (subject to change) is charged for the burial of the spouse or dependent of a veteran. For more information call: Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery at (775) 575-4441. 

American Legion Gerald C. Daniel Post 37 
P.O. Box 1689
Fernley, Nevada 89408-1689 

Northern Nevada Veterans Coalition
Brett Palmer 
President - Northern Nevada Veteran's Coalition

VFW NV Post 10247 - Fernley 
Commander Doug Stout: 

Dental Care Resources for Veterans
Guide for dental care eligibility, available dental care programs and clinic locations, plus other useful resources.

More Resources

In cooperation with Habitat For Humanity, this program builds accessible housing for potential homeowners with disabilities, including veterans.
Tips from the U.S. Department of Energy for renters and homeowners who want to save money on their energy costs.
After a disaster, find temporary rental housing.
The Fisher House Foundation provides temporary housing at major military installations for the families of injured men & women in uniform.
Directory listings of state & local services for homeless vets include contact information for Federal & state agencies, veterans services organizations, & advocacy groups.
The application deadline has been extended on this federal government web site, which offers calculator tools, advice, a brochure, and descriptions of programs for those who want to modify or refinance their mortgages. New information has been added for military homeowners. Videos, a calendar of local events and a Spanish version of the web site are available. Selected information is provided in six additional languages.

Together We Served
An exclusive online community where military veterans come together to rekindle old friendships, share memories, and record the legacy of their military story. lists a variety of housing & service programs just for disabled veterans & members of the military.

VietNow’s primary focus has always been on the veterans and the families of the veterans. “Veterans Helping Veterans” really is more than just our motto. For VietNow members, “Veterans Helping Veterans” is a way of life.

VietNow National
1835 Broadway – Rockford, Illinois 61104
800.837.VNOW – 815.227.5100

Wounded Warrior Project
The Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization whose stated mission is to "honor and empower wounded warriors"of the Unites States Armed Forces with a vision to "foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history".