The City of Tempe is proud of the active and former service members who live and work within our community. We are dedicated to providing information and resources to help you and your family grow and succeed in all of your endeavors. Please review our website to access information about organizations, groups, and agencies that can help you with a variety of services.
The East Valley Veterans Education Center, 3320 S. Price Rd., in Tempe, is a one-stop shop where veterans can get practical information about community resources and educational services available to successfully pursue a college education. The center provides educational outreach and college advisement services to veterans and their family members at no cost.
General Hours: Monday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Call 480-384-9850 or visit www.evvec.org
Navigating Complex Systems
Through the CARE 7 program, the City of Tempe provides a trained navigator for veterans and their families to guide them through complex systems to make choices on housing, social services, education, and workforce development. To begin an assessment , please contact CARE 7 case manager Lauren Figg at 480-350-2917. She will provide assistance to find long-term assistance with an appropriate agency
Information and links on education, jobs, and wellness.
What's happening concerning veterans and current military.
Tempe Veterans' Court
A problem solving court for veterans and current military with misdemeanor citations.
Tempe residents meet on veteran and military issues
Information and links for veterans and current military and their families.
Email Notification for active military/veterans and their families
Sign up for occasional emails containing Tempe information and stories of community members making a difference on behalf of their country. Visit www.tempe.gov/enews, look in the News category and select “Military/Veterans News.”