Veterans Services

Veterans have dedicated their lives to serving our country with honor and it is essential that we provide them with the best support, assistance, and resources upon their return home and during their transition out of the military.

In addition to the constituent services my office provides for Nevada’s veterans, service members, military families, and surviving spouses, please view the list of state and local resources that exist to serve our men and women in uniform as well as their families.

*2017 Senator Cortez Masto Veteran and Family Career Fair and Workshop*

On Saturday, July 22, I will be hosting a Veteran and Family Career Fair and Workshop at UNLV.
Please click here for more details.

General Resources:

Military Families:

Airman & Family Readiness Centers

Retirees: 

Service Members: 

Military Sexual Trauma Resources: 

Suicide Prevention: 

Women Veterans:

Wounded Warriors: 

Surviving Spouses and Families: 

Housing:

Healthcare and Mental Health:

Benefits:

Burials and Memorials: 

Military Records: 

Education: 

Employment and Training:

DMV: 

As a veteran, veteran spouse, parent or child of a veteran you may be eligible to purchase a veteran license plate. 

Nevada Veteran License Plates 

Nevada Veteran Tax Exemption:

Assessors in Nevada’s sixteen counties grant governmental services tax exemptions for disabled veterans, veterans serving under certain dates of service, surviving veteran spouses, and the blind.  These exemptions may be applied to your real property, DMV/Governmental Services Tax, (when registering a vehicle you own), a manufactured home or personal property, or you may donate your exemption to the Gift Account for Veterans’ Homes. Learn more about these programs by following the below link to your county assessor’s office. 

Tax Exemption By County