Resources for Veterans

Community and Campus Support
Thank You Veterans

"I commend Prescott College for voluntarily choosing to qualify as Arizona's first, private, Veteran Supportive Campus. I encourage all of our private institutions of higher education to follow Prescott College's lead so that we may better meet the needs of our brave men and women that have fought to secure our freedoms." -Governor Jan Brewer

Prescott College is the first private college in Arizona certified by the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services as a Veteran Supportive Campus. As such, we are committed to offering community support, as well as campus-wide support, to all of our military veterans and their friends and families. 

On this page, you'll find suggested resources to guide veterans through the education system, as well as resources for health and wellness, financial education and support, and additional benefits available. 

For questions regarding support at Prescott College, please contact the Veterans Certifying Official at veterans@prescott.edu or 928-350-1108. 

Veterans Supportive Campus

Below are the points of contact within Prescott College who can assist with varying aspects of this Veterans Supportive Campus. Feel free to reach out for more information about veterans and their families attending Prescott College. 
 

Deborah Kronz
VA Certifying Official
P: 928-350-1108
E: veterans@prescott.edu
Bee Sena
Director of Financial Aid
P: 928-350-1111
E: finaid@prescott.edu
Mari Longpre
ADA Coordinator & Learning Specialist
P: 928-350-2259
E: accomodations@prescott.edu
Christina Fabrey
Associate Dean of Advising & Academic Achievement
P: 928-350-2246
E: christina.fabrey@prescott.edu
Counseling Services E: counselor@prescott.edu

 

Campus Veterans Resource Center

The Veterans Resource Center employs student veterans and, depending on the time of the year, offers the following services:

  • Peer mentoring and peer support for student veterans and military family members
  • Orientation sessions
  • One-stop resource center for college, community, state, and national resources
  • Community outreach and collaboration of veterans services
  • Ongoing involvement in the education/training of the college community in regards to veterans

Getting Veteran Support in Prescott

Below are the points of contact in Prescott who can assist with varying aspects of educational benefits and health and wellness support. 
 

Prescott Vet Center
3180 Stillwater Dr. St. A
Prescott, AZ, 86305
Free services include individual and group counseling for
veterans and their families, employment assessment and
referral, substance abuse assessment and referral,
bereavement counseling for families, outreach and education.
P: 928-778-3469
W: www.va.gov/directory/guide/vetcenter.asp
Veterans Upward Bound
Yavapai College Learning Center
1100 E. Sheldon St.
Bldg. 1-209 B
Prescott, AZ, 86301
Motivates and assists veterans in the development of
academic and other skills necessary for success in a
college program. 
P: 928-717-7686
E: vub@yc.edu
U.S. Vets
917 E. Gurley St. 
Prescott, AZ, 86301
Offers job assistance as well as housing and support for
low-income and homeless veterans and their families.
P: 928-583-7204
W: http://www.usvetsinc.org/prescott
AZ Department of Veterans
Services

600 E. Gurley St. Ste. D
Prescott ,AZ, 86301
Provides information, counseling, and assistance to veterans,
their dependents and survivors in matters pertaining to 
federal and state benefits earned by honorable service in 
the U.S. Armed Forces
P: 928-443-0167
W: https://dvs.az.gov/services/benefits
 
Veterans Resource Center of 
America

600 E. Gurley St. Ste. F
Prescott, AZ, 86303
Provides case management and temporary financial
assistance to homeless veterans and their families, or those
at risk for homelessness. 
P: 928-776-0766
E: navrc@vetsresources.org
W: www.vetsresource.org/vrc-prescott.html
Northern Arizona VA Healthcare
System

500 Hwy. 89N
Prescott, AZ, 86313
Provides inpatient and outpatient medical and mental health-
care in Prescott for veterans throughout Northern Arizona. 
Offers specific programs for caregivers, women POWs, 
returning service members, and veterans who are 
homeless or involved in the justice system.
P: 928-445-4860
W: www.prescott.va.gov

 

Support from Arizona and the U.S. 

Below are the points of contact for state and national resources who can assist with varying aspects of educational benefits and health and wellness support. 
 

eBenefits Apply for and manage all your VA benefits, check your remaining
months of and eligibility period for GI Bill® Benefits. 
W: www.ebenefits.va.gov
GI Bill® Customer Service   P: 888-442-4551
Customer Service for Vocational
Rehabilitation
Some education benefits, many non-education benefits, and
Muskogee Regional Processing
W: www.benefits.va.gov/vocrehab/index.asp
Military Transcripts   Air Force
W: www.au.af.mil/au/ccaf/transcripts.asp
All Other Branches
W: https://jst.doded.mil/smart/signin.do
Request for Change of Program
of Place of Training
If you have used your benefits at another school, fill out form
22-1995
W: www.va.gov/vaforms/
VA Debt Management Center Non-medical debts, including education P: 800-827-0648
Phoenix Regional Benefit Office   W: www.benefits.va.gov/phoenix/
Chapter 30 and 1606 Verification
and Enrollment
  P: 844-698-2311
Veterans Crisis Line Connects veterans in crisis and their families and friends with
qualified, caring responders through confidential toll-free
hotline, online chat, or text.
Text: 838255
P: 800-273-8255
W: www.veteranscrisisline.net
Transition Assistance Program Helps veterans transition from the military to civilian careers W: www.benefits.va.gov/tap
Wounded Warrior Project Offers mental health, health and wellness, employment, 
education, family support, peer support, benefits advice, and 
information and referral services.
P: 888-997-2586 or
    480-946-0663
W: www.woundedwarriorproject.org
Make the Connection One-stop resource where veterans and their families and 
friends can privately explore information about physical and
mental health symptoms, challenging life events, and mental
health conditions
W: www.maketheconnection.net