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Why C2C?

Veterans May Not Know About Their VA Benefits

Many Veterans are unaware of their VA benefits or have misinformation about what the benefits are and how to apply for them. Veterans might think their income is too high, or they did not serve in combat/war-time periods, or VA has slashed services, so they believe they don’t qualify for benefits. Unfortunately, many community agency staff lack proper information, do not understand VA benefits, and are confused by the VA system. This makes it a difficult and challenging task to assist Veterans to get connected to VA.

The COVER to COVER program delivers education and training to community agency staff, including Navigating the VA, Military Culture, and VA benefits. This provides a doorway for Veterans within their community to learn more about VA benefits and how to get connected.

So this is why COVER to COVER....
"We just couldn't figure it out on our own and no one ever helped us, so we gave up." - a Veteran trying to navigate VA without help

COVER 2 COVER Locations

Serving: Utah, Sanpete, Wasatch, Juab Counties
1455 W. 820 N.
Provo, UT 84601

Ability First

Serving:  Box Elder, Cache & Rich Counties
170 North Main
Logan, UT 84132-4599
(435) 752-7242

Bear RIver

Serving:  Box Elder, Cache & Rich Counties
88 E Fiddlers Canyon Rd
​Cedar City, UT 84721

Cedar City

Serving: Davis County
22 South State St.
3rd Floor
Clearfield, UT, 84105
(801) 525-5050

Davis County

Serving: Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane and Washington Counties
St George Office:
1070 W 1600 S
Saint George, UT 84770
(435) 673-3548

Five COunty

Serving:  Summit, Utah and Wasatch Counties
​586 East 800 North

Orem, UT  84097

(801) 229-3800

Serving: Salt Lake County
2001 South State Street #S1500

Salt Lake City, UT 84190-2300

(385) 468-3200

Salt Lake County

Last Updated: 2/7/23