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County Veterans Assistance Fund or Program

Resource Title Contact Information
Lincoln County Veteran Services
450 Logan St., Davenport, WA 99122
sjohnston@co.lincoln.wa.us
Emergency Financial Assistance, Transitional housing, Transportation Assistance

Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs):  

 

Veterans of Foreign Wars

 

  • Terry Taylor, Service Officer, 509-998-8004

Links of Interest: 

 

Housing Resources  Davenport Family Resource Center  509-725-4358
Food Banks:

Care And Share Food Bank

 

202 13th St 
Davenport, WA 99122
(509) 725-1222 

 

Harrington Food Bank

 

204 N Third St 
Harrington, WA 99134
(509) 253-4588 

 

Odessa Food Bank

 

111 E. First Ave. 
Odessa, WA 99159
(509) 982-2903

Mason County Veterans Services
Memorial Hall, 210 West Franklin Street, Shelton, WA 98584

Monday - Wednesday 9 AM to 12 PM and 1 PM to 4 PM
Emergency Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Homeless Supports, Motel Hotel for homeless Vets, Rental assistance, Utility assistance
Okanogan County Veteran Services
1 Tonasket Shop RDP.O. Box 1740, Tonasket 98855, WA 98855
contact@okanogancountyvets.com
Emergency Financial Assistance, Homeless Supports, Referrals and information, Rental assistance

 

 

Pacific County Veteran Services
7013 Sandridge RD, Long Beach , WA 98631
Claims assistance, Emergency Financial Assistance
Pend Oreille County Veteran Services
Pierce County Veteran Services
3602 Pacific Ave. Suite 200, Tacoma, WA 98418
veterans@piercecountywa.gov

Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. This office is closed on weekends and holidays.
Burial expenses, Food Assistance, Rental assistance, Transportation Assistance, Utility assistance

County Services for County Veterans

The Veterans Bureau administers the Veterans' Assistance Fund as mandated by State Law to provide emergency relief to indigent veterans residing in Pierce County. The purpose of the Veteran's Assistance Fund is to provide emergency assistance to qualified veterans in need. It is funded by Pierce County using property tax dollars. We are not part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and assistance is provided on an emergency need basis only. 

Partnerships

We also partner with other agencies and organizations to act as a central collection point for the veteran community. 

  • The Pierce County Veterans Bureau has the right to verify all information on any application and to share information with other counties to establish statistical data and prevent fraud.
  • Assistance is provided in the form of vouchers only. No cash is provided.
  • Non-receipt of checks (VA, Social Security, Military Retainer, etc.) is not considered automatic entitlement to assistance.
  • The purpose of the Veterans Assistance Fund is to provide emergency assistance to qualified veterans in need and is funded by Pierce County using property tax dollars. We are not part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and assistance is provided on an emergency need basis only.

For More Information

For more information about services offered by the Veterans Bureau, call us at (253) 798-7449 or toll free at 1 (800) 992-2456.

San Juan County Veteran Services
350 Court ST #1, Friday Harbor, WA 98250
veterans@sanjuanco.com
Emergency Financial Assistance

Mission

The Veterans Advisory Fund, through the Veterans Advisory Board (VAB) provides timely services to eligible veterans and/or their immediate families who are in urgent financial need.

Skagit County Veteran Services
Community Action of Skagit County, Vet's Connect, 160 Cascade Place, Burlington, WA 98233
Case management, Claims assistance, Crisis intervention, Dental Assistance, Emergency Financial Assistance, Healthcare, Homeless Supports, Legal assistance, Referrals and information, Transportation Assistance

Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs): 

American Legion - Post 91 (360) 755-1202, Post 13 (360) 293-7248, Post 43 (360) 855-2225

Disabled American Veterans – Chapter 59, Phone (360) 419-3684

Veterans of Foreign Wars - Post 5056, (360) 940-2075

Links of Interest: 

Skamania County Veteran Services

Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program:

www.bmacww.orghttps://www.bmacww.org/services/housing/supportive-services-for-veteran-families
541-969-1503 Zachery Knight  zacheryk@bmacww.org  or
541-969-8494 James Yarbrough  jamesy@bmacww.org   

Snohomish County Veteran Services
Snohomish County Campus, 3000 Rockefeller AVE, Lower Level Drewel Building (Administration Building East), Everett, WA 98201
Claims assistance, Emergency Financial Assistance

Links of Interest: 

http://Snohomish.WA.Networkofcare.org/veterans
www.ccsww.org
www.voaww.org
http://horseshealingheros.com/
www.va.gov

Spokane County Veterans Services
1117 N Evergreen Rd, Spokane, WA 99216
vetstudy@spokanecounty.org
Burial expenses, Claims assistance, Emergency Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Homeless Supports, Rental assistance, Transportation Assistance, Utility assistance, Work specific necessities to gain employment

Are you seeking services from us but have never been in our office? 

We encourage you to call prior to coming to our office for the first time. Please see the  eligibility page for important information.

Stevens County Veterans Services

Emergency Financial Assistance, Referrals and information
Thurston County Veteran Services
412 Lilly Rd NE, Olympia *OR* 4232 6th Ave SE, Suite 202, Lacey, , WA

Tue - Fri 9am - 12pm
Burial expenses, Emergency Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Referrals and information, Rental assistance

Veteran Service Organizations:

American Legion –
Post 94, (360) 459-0150
Post 69, (360) 264-4675
Post 3, (360) 357-9780
Post 69, (360) 264-4675
Post 264, (360) 458-8433 or (360) 446-3194
Post 164, (253) 216-4715

Disabled American Veterans – Olympia Post, (360) 459-7400

Veterans of Foreign Wars –
Post 11402, (360) 459-0524
Post 318, (360) 754-1346
Post 8044, (253) 312-3528
Post 7089, (360) 754-7370
Post 5878, (360) 264-5420
Po
st 5580, (360) 894-3325

AMVETS – Post 2, (360) 357-9255

Links of Interest:

Wahkiakum County Veteran Services
64 Main Street Third Floor, Cathlamet , WA 98612
johnsonb@co.wahkiakum.wa.us
Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00pm to 4:30 pm
Emergency Financial Assistance, Food bank
Walla Walla County Veteran Services
Burial expenses, Case management, Emergency Financial Assistance, Employment assistance, Food Assistance, Motel Hotel for homeless Vets, Rental assistance, Transportation Assistance, Utility assistance, Work specific necessities to gain employment

Walla Walla County Department of Community Health

314 West Main (Rose Street Entrance)

Walla Walla, WA 99362

veterans@co.walla-walla.wa.us Phone: 509-524-2650

https://www.co.walla-walla.wa.us/government/health_department/veterans.php

Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs): 

American Legion

  • Waitsburg Post #35, Phone: 509-520-9351
  • Walla Walla Post #32, Phone: 509-240-7104

AMVETS

  • Walla Walla Post #1111, Phone: 509-525-1964  

Combat Veterans International

  • Walla Walla Chapter #10, Phone: 509-629-4093 

Veterans of Foreign Wars

  • Walla Walla Post #992, Phone: 509-525-1310

Links of Interest: 

County Veterans website and/or VAF Brochure:  http://web01.wwchhs.org/

Housing & Legal Resources: 

Education Benefits: 

Food Banks: 

Transportation: 

Vet Center: 

VAMC/CBOC:  http://www.wallawalla.va.gov/

  • Health Care for Homeless Veterans/HUD VASH Outreach Social Worker: Jill Juers, Phone: 509-525-5200- ext: 26284

Veteran Employment: 

Whatcom County Veteran's Services
509 Girard Street Lower Level, Bellingham, WA 98225
EWitowsk@whatcomcounty.us

8:30AM to 4:00PM
Emergency Financial Assistance, Food Assistance, Food bank, Homeless Supports, Motel Hotel for homeless Vets, Referrals and information, Rental assistance
Whitman County Commissioners
400 N Main St, Coflax, WA 99111
Emergency Financial Assistance
Yakima County Veteran Services
223 N. 1st Street, Yakima, WA 98901
david.brown@co.yakima.wa.us
Case management, Emergency Financial Assistance, Homeless Supports, Records request, Referrals and information

Veteran Services Organizations (VSO’s)

  • American Legion
    • Post 36, Yakima, 509-457-4510
    • Post 57, Grandview, 509-882-1984
    • Post 73, Sunnyside, 509-781-0799
    • Post 88, Selah, 509-697-5579
    • Post 133, Wapato, 509-877-3982
    • Post 194, Wiley City, 509-248-8280
    • Post 223, Harrah, 509-848-2370
  • AMVETS
    • Post 95, Grandview, 509-882-4955
    • Post 3733, Sunnyside, 509-837-3482
  • Disabled American Veterans
    • Chapter 8, Yakima, 509-453-2702
  • Marine Corps League
    • Detachment 1055, Yakima, 509-952-7741
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars
    • Post 379, Yakima, 509-457-5400
    • Post 3482, Sunnyside, 509-837-3482


Links of Interest:

  • Yakima County Veterans Resource Guide 
  • Yakima Community Based Outpatient Clinic 509-966-0199
  • Yakima Vet Center 509-457-2736 
  • Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program:  509-728-6032  (Audra Wilson) audraw@bmacww.org    www.bmacww.org  

Employment

Resource Title Contact Information
Blue Mountain Action Council
1520 Kelly Place, Suite 140, Walla Walla, WA 99362
info@bmacww.org
8:30-5:00 M-Th | 8:30-4:00 F | We are closed daily from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m
Emergency Financial Assistance, Employment assistance, Homeless Supports, Legal assistance, Referrals and information, Rental assistance, Transportation Assistance, Utility assistance

Blue Mountain Action Council (BMAC), one of a number of Community Action Programs in Washington State, is a private, nonprofit, multipurpose agency, serving residents in Southeastern Washington to:

  • Meet the basic needs of low-income individuals and families
  • Offer opportunities for individuals and families to achieve greater levels of strength, independence, and self-sufficiency
  • Develop and implement strategies to prevent poverty in our communities, and
  • Leverage community support, service, and volunteerism

Blue Mountain Action Council is an equal opportunity employer and provider of employment and training services. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. WA Relay Service number 7-1-1.

No client will be discriminated against because of race, religion, color, gender, pregnancy, age (including those over 40), national origin (including ancestry), ethnicity, disability (as defined in the federal Americans with Disabilities Act), marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal or state law.

Flyers:

Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program: 

  • Asotin County -  (208) 816-1651 (Debra Monniere)  debram@bmacww.org  or 208-507-1882  (Mike Monniere)  mikem@bmacww.org 

  • Benton & Franklin Counties - Tara Coburn 509-412-5204 tarac@bmacww.org or Betsy Metcalf 509-440-3229 betsym@bmacww.org

  • Columbia & Garfield Counties (509)529-4980  roseb@bmacww.org (Rose Berg) or laural@bmacww.org (Laura Lebowski)

 

 

Washington Career Bridge
careerbridge@wtb.wa.gov
Education, Employment assistance

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Career Bridge is also home of the state's Eligible Training Provider (ETP) List.

This site was created by the state's Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, a partnership of business, labor, and government dedicated to helping Washington residents prepare for and land living-wage jobs, while meeting employers' needs for skilled workers.

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