PHOENIX - The American Legion has closed a crisis command clinic that's been open in Phoenix for the last four days.
The national organization set up the crisis center to help veterans get health care appointments and get some of their questions answered.
The American Legion worked with the VA to help enroll patients and get appointments scheduled.
They also helped get claims resolved.
"We've had a steady flow all week. People are lining up to get their questions answered about veteran services," said Edward Lilliy with the American Legion.
So far they've helped 570 veterans with services.
The crisis command center's next stop will be North Carolina.