Providing Valuable Service and Assistance for Veteran Benefits and Quality of Life.
The Arizona Chapter of Paralyzed Veterans of America champions and honors veterans of the United States of America by taking action to improve the lives of U.S. military veterans and all who have experienced Spinal Cord Injury, Disease/Dysfunction, and Disability. We do this through advocacy for proper health care, improving public accessibility, communication, education, and the promotion of activities and sports. Together we are effective partners for life; ensuring each veteran receives full benefits earned through their service to our nation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Am I entitled to any Benefits?
Contact Service Officer listed above
If you are not in Arizona Click Here
I am not paralyzed. Can you still help me file a claim?
Absolutely. We attempt to assist all Veterans. Call 602-627-3311 for more information.
How many members does your organization have?
About 500 members here in the state of Arizona.
How much of my donation actually goes to veterans?
As of last year’s audit for the Arizona Chapter, In Arizona, 96 cents of every dollar.
What items can I donate to your Loan Closet?
Please call the Chapter office for a list of donations we accept or for possible pick up service.
How is your organization active in the community?
Some of the events we organize, sponsor, and/or participate in are:
National Veterans Wheelchair Games
Picnics, BBQ’s, and Community Gatherings
Arizona State Fair
Luke Air Days
Career Day for Kids
How do I target my support to the Arizona Chapter?
Click Here to donate directly to the Arizona Chapter via PayPal.
How is PVA different from Wounded Warriors?
Paralyzed Veterans of America provides services to all veterans, paralyzed or not. We have Service officers all over the country whose primary responsibility is working one-on-one with veterans, assisting in claim filing for benefits, even if sustained injuries are not service related. PVA is run by actual veterans.
Did You Know...
There is only one PVA chapter in Arizona.
Yep, we really are the only Paralyzed Veterans of America Chapter in Arizona.
See ‘Contact Us‘ on this page.
Office Hours are Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm
We are closed on all National Holidays
Our Arizona Chapter PVA has a Loan Closet.
Yes, we do! Filled mostly Working Durable Medical Equipment and Medical Supplies, please contact us if you are in need.
There are 3 VA hospitals in Arizona that have SCI/D clinics.
Carl T Hayden VAMC Phoenix – 602-277-5551
Northern AZ VAHCS Prescott – 928-445-4860
Southern AZ VAMC Tucson – 520-792-1450
“Paralyzed Veterans of America is important to me because they give you a sense of life and being, that you actually belong. In the military we are so used to being part of a team. Once you get injured you’re on your own. When you get involved with your PVA chapter, you get to swap your war stories, and meet others who are going through similar things to you. You’re a part of a team. “- Joshua Maley, US Air Force
Visit http://www.pva.org/ways-to-give/give-clothing to find out how your donations help support our programs and services that are provided free of charge to #veterans.