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Veterans and their spouses or surviving spouses who are in need of nursing home care may be admitted to the Veterans Home
A Veteran is defined as an individual who has served on active duty in the armed forces for more than 180 consecutive days or was a member of a reserve component who served in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign medal has been authorized and who has been separated or retired under honorable conditions; or any person incurring an actual service-related injury or disability whether or not that person completed 180 days of active duty.

Application Process

Please contact the nearest Veterans’ Home for more information on their application process

Structure & Governing board

The Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs is responsible for the operation of State Veterans Home through a contract with a private nursing home management corporation to manage and operate the facility on a day-to-day basis. The Department has an onsite Director who is responsible for liaison with federal and state agencies and for ensuring that the contractor performs in accordance with the terms of the management contract. A Veteran’s Home Advisory Board appointed by the Governor of Utah, acts as liaison between the residents, members of the public and the administration of the home.

Services Provided

Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation, Long Term Care, Memory Care.

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