King County Veterans Services

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WDVA King County Veterans Programs
2106 2nd Ave Suite 100

Seattle, WA 98121


This program received funding from the King County Veterans, Seniors & Human Services Levy.


July 2018 - June 2019

King County Homeless Services:
233 veterans served

King County Call Center:
1,116 calls received

King County Pathfinding Military Families:
50 clients receiving referrals to benefits or services

King County Funded Training & Support Center:
Veteran Trauma Competency Training
873 Treatment Professionals trained
481 Service Providers and Employers trained
51 Training Events
1354 total individuals trained

King County Funded Counseling
600 veterans served
174 family members served

King County Funded Veterans Reentry Case Management
192 veterans enrolled
126 referrals to behavioral health or medical services (85 engaged in services)
130 referrals to education, employment or training resources (96 engaged in services)
117 referrals to housing (43 successful placement in transitional or permanent housing)

WDVA contracts with King County Veterans Services to provide programs and services to King County Veterans and their Families.

1. Homeless Services

Address the needs of homeless veterans in King County by identifying and targeting for services, eligible veterans who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness and not currently using available services. Services provided may include:

  • Emergency financial assistance
  • Housing assistance
  • Employment guidance and assistance
  • Case management
  • Life stability
  • Veterans' benefits counseling
  • Mental health referrals
  • Other supportive services

2. Financial and Housing Support Services

Determine eligibility for housing, financial assistance, and supportive service needs of eligible veterans. Provide referrals to other crisis intervention services, e.g. alcohol/drug counseling, low-income housing, family counseling and job training.

3. Service Officer

4. Pathfinding Military Families

Provides prevention and intervention strategies for those most at-risk and in need to reduce or prevent homelessness. 

5. King County Funded Veterans Treatment Court

The Veterans Treatment Court focuses on treatment and rehabilitation rather than incarcerations for low-level, non-violent offenders.  The Veterans Treatment Court connects eligible veterans to treatment and counseling services available through the US Department of Veterans Affairs.

6. King County Funded Training and Support Center

Educational training opportunities prepared by educators, authors, treatment professionals, veterans, and trainers with specialty skills in assessment and treatment of PTSD, TBI and a range of military and veterans related trauma and homecoming concerns.  If your King County organization or business is in need of this type of training, visit: