King County

Most Counties in Washington State have their own programs for supporting veterans. This week we look at King County. The King County Veterans Program serves low-income, homeless, disabled, and at-risk veterans and their families. For an appointment, call (206) 296-7656. Who is served: Veterans, current service members, National Guard members, Reserve members, and dependents of these military...
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Clallam

Most Counties in Washington State have their own programs for supporting veterans. This week we look at Clallam County. The Clallam County Veterans Relief Program provides limited emergency assistance to eligible veterans and their dependents. Who is served:  Applicants must meet income criteria, residency requirements, and employment of employability restrictions as dictated by Clallam County...
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Yakima

Most Counties in Washington State have their a program for supporting veterans. This week we look at Yakima County. Yakima County Veterans Program has a long tradition of helping veterans and their families. It has three main programs: The Veteran’s Relief Fund  assists qualified indigent Veterans and their family with temporary emergency assistance for: Food Utilities Transportation Rental...
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Whatcom

Most Counties in Washington State have their a program for supporting veterans. This week we look at Whatcom County. The Whatcom County Veterans Program offer temporary financial assistance when appropriate, and connection to other services. The Program is a point of entry to local, state and federal benefits and services.   Location and hours:  Veterans Program Office 509 Girard Street,...
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Thurston

Most Counties in Washington State have their own programs for supporting veterans. This week we look at Thurston County. The Thurston County Veterans’ Assistance Fund helps eligible veterans or family members with rent, mortgage, power, water, garbage, food, bus passes and burial. Eligibility: Honorably discharged veteran or eligible family member of a veteran who meets the definition of veteran...
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Spokane

Most Counties in Washington State have their own programs for supporting veterans. This week we look at Spokane County. Spokane County Veteran Services Veteran Services provides counseling and emergency financial aid to honorably discharged indigent veterans and their families for rent, utilities, food, gas, and limited prescription assistance. When: Monday through Friday 8am – 11:45am and...
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Snohomish

Most Counties in Washington State have their own programs for supporting veterans. This week we look at Snohomish County. The Snohomish County Veterans’ Assistance Program provides limited emergency assistance to eligible veterans and dependents in Snohomish County. Some of the attributes and provisions of the program include: Provides emergency financial assistance for honorably discharged...
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Skagit

Most Counties in Washington State have their a program for supporting veterans. This week we look at Skagit County.  In Skagit County Veterans Assistance Program provides assistance for emergency needs, referrals, and advocacy to low-income veterans, their dependents, widows, widowers, and orphans. Its goal is to assist you through a temporary financial hardship. Help is available with food,...
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San Juan

Most Counties in Washington State have their own programs for supporting veterans. This week we look at San Juan County. The San Juan County Veterans Assistance Fund provides emergency services to indigent veterans, their dependents, widows, widowers, and/or orphans. The Veterans Advisory Board provides timely service to eligible individuals when assistance from other agencies is considered...
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Pierce

Most Counties in Washington State have their own programs for supporting veterans. This week we look at Pierce County. The Pierce County Veterans Bureau provides emergency assistance with food, rent and utilities to qualified indigent veterans and family members. Limited assistance with medical and other miscellaneous services is also available on a emergency need basis. The Pierce County...
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