Veterans' Resource Center
Welcome to my Veterans’ Resource Center. America’s veterans have made every sacrifice to defend our nation and protect our freedoms. As someone who was raised in a military family and lived on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base as a child, I understand the solemn pledges we make to members of the armed forces and their families.
I am committed to ensuring the health and wellbeing of our veterans. If you are a veteran encountering problems with your military benefits, a VA claim, awards earned but not received, or other issues, our staff in Tucson and Sierra Vista may be able to help.
For general information about veterans’ issues, visit the VA’s website. If you have not filed a claim for benefits earned from your service, you can do so by contacting your nearest veterans service organization. A number of veterans’ organizations, such as the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disable Foreign Veterans, American Legion and the Arizona Department of Veterans Services provide service officers to assist in filing claims.
The following resources are available to veterans. If you need help with a federal agency you can contact our constituent services team here. Please contact Congressman Barber's office for assistance with any questions or problems you may have. You can also reach our Tucson office at (520) 881-3588 or Sierra Vista office at (520) 459-3115. Congressman Barber's office often helps constituents with issues they may have obtaining veterans benefits.
Department of Veterans Affairs general website
Contact the Department of Veterans Affairs
Agent Orange: VA eligibility for benefits
Education benefits under the Montgomery GI Bill
Getting a home loan
Vocational rehabilitation and employment benefits
Prescription drug benefits
Medals, awards and decorations
Veteran Services Division
VA Benefits Intake Site At Davis-Monthan Air Force Base
The Veterans Education and Transition Service at the University of Arizona
Blinded Veterans Association
National Resource Directory
Arizona State Veteran Home