In commemoration of Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day, Governor Gary R. Herbert shared a declaration honoring Utah’s Vietnam Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice.
Take a brief look at the Utahns who have received the nation’s highest military award for their extraordinary bravery and sacrifice.
The Department’s office is closed to the public until further notice. Please use our alternate phone number (385) 272-8852 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, our claims have been moved to remote video conferencing.
Our office will only offer virtual and remote claims assistance to Veterans, service members and families until further notice.
The Utah Department of Veterans & Military Affairs (UDVMA) is postponing several gatherings to minimize the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Based on guidelines from government healthcare and infection control experts, we have made the difficult decision to no longer allow visitors at our Utah Veterans Homes located in Salt Lake City, Ogden, Payson and Ivins, in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Effective immediately, the Utah Department of Veterans & Military Affairs will follow novel coronavirus screening protocols for the department’s facilities.
The Winter 2020 edition of the Veterans Voice is here! This issue takes a look back at the veterans and military communities and their work in 2019.
We are now hiring for an Outreach Program Specialist/Veterans Service Officer. This position is in Salt Lake City and will specifically focus on assisting current conflict Veterans and family members.