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Marines Assisting Marines Vetting Form

Click the PDF logo to download, the photo at the right is an example only.

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Other Veteran Resources

Resources are listed for information and convenience only, their inclusion on the site does not imply an endorsement by the Department of Arizona or the National Marine Corps League.

Once application has been completed E-mail to: or mail to

Don Stephens, 6209 E. McKellips Road #103, Mesa AZ 85215


  • What to do when a Veteran Dies--


  • Veterans Crisis Line - If you are having thoughts of suicide, call 1-800-273-8255, then PRESS 1 or visit

    • For emergency mental health care, you can also go directly to your local VA medical center 24/7 regardless of your discharge status or enrollment in other VA health care.

  • Vet Centers - Discuss how you feel with other Veterans in these community-based counseling centers. 70% of Vet Center staff are Veterans. Call 1-877-927-8387 or find one near you.

  • - information, resources, and Veteran to Veteran videos for challenging life events and experiences with mental health issues.

  • Download VA's self-help apps - Tools to help deal with common reactions like, stress, sadness, and anxiety. You can also track your symptoms over time.

  • VA Women Veterans Call Center - Call or text 1-855-829-6636 (M-F 8AM - 10PM & SAT 8AM - 6:30PM ET)

  • VA Caregiver Support Line - Call 1-855-260-3274 (M-F 8AM - 10PM & SAT 8AM - 5PM ET)

  • American Red Cross Military Veteran Caregiver NetworkPeer Support and Mentoring or call the Hero Care Network at 1-877-272-7337

  • Team Red, White & Blue - Hundreds of events weekly. Find a chapter in your area.

  • Student Veterans of America - Find a campus chapter to connect with.

Additional community resources and contacts:

What to do

Retired Marine dies

Military Resources

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