Veterans Support Services

Veteran’s America’s Job Center of California

Veteran’s America’s Job Center of California offers multiple job training and support services to help job seekers who are veterans enhance their skill sets or prepare for job interviews. Our support includes resume building, dressing up for success, no cost skill training from computer classes to nursing programs and many other opportunities. Here is a list of services provided by the Veteran’s AJCC. Please note, that although this specialized AJCC only serves Veterans, all of our other AJCCs also serve Veterans as well.

Address & Contact Information

Veterans AJCC

Temporary Address during Covid

Services Offered at Veteran’s AJCC

  • Skills Assessments
  • Career Guidance
  • Resume, Interview Skills, Job Search Workshops
  • Financial Literacy Education
  • Training services
  • Job Placement Assistance
  • Supportive Services to assist with needs such as transportation, work tools/clothing, Child/Dependent Care, shelter, and other needs
  • Follow-up Services

Other Partner Services Offered At Veteran’s AJCC

Housed at Patriotic Hall the LA County Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, LA County Department of Mental Health and CalVET are also located on site and can provide assistance with housing, mental health and education via the Veteran AJCC’s referral services. Please contact your local AJCC dedicated to providing Veteran Services.

LA County Dept of Military and Veterans Affairs

  • Veteran Service Officers
  • Help with Service Connect Disability Claims
  • Veteran Driver’s License
  • Dependent College Fee waivers
  • Connect with housing providers

LA County Department of Mental Health

  • Veteran Peer Access Network VPAN (Formerly Valor)
  • Mental Health services for Veterans and their direct family members


  • VA Home Loan Info)
  • CALVET Homes
  • Info on other State benefits

LA County Veterans Advisory Commission

  • Meets there once a month. Veterans can attend to address any issues that may need to be brought to the board of supervisors attention
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