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Washington State Department of Veterans’ Affairs

1-800-562-2308 (toll-free within WA only)
360-586-1070 HQ (Olympia)
PO Box 41155, Olympia, WA 98504-1155

206-220-6145 Seattle office
1-877-249-0516 Toll-free number for Seattle Service Center (within WA only)
915 2nd Avenue, Rm 1050; Seattle, WA 98174

Assistance with VA benefits, State & County veterans’ benefits. Enrollment in Washington State Soldiers’ Homes in Orting, Retsil, and Spokane. Able to take on full fiduciary responsibility for veterans who have been legally ruled incapable of handling their own finances. Referrals and counseling for PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). Veterans Estate Management Program.  

King County Veterans’ Program

206-296-7656
206-296-5242 (TTY/TDD)
123 Third Avenue S., Suite 300, Seattle 98104

Assistance to veterans, their spouses, and their children age 18 and under. Job placement, referral, testing, counseling. Assistance for rent, food, utilities. Long- and short-term transitional housing. Individual and family mental health counseling. All assistance requires at least 181 days of honorable, active-duty service. Financial assistance requires county residency. Trauma services for families of veterans with PTSD. “Veterans Incarcerated Program” can help veterans in jail (but not in prison) with treatment, housing, employment upon their release.

King County Veterans Call Center

1-877-904-Vets (8387)

This call center offers Veterans, Active Duty, National Guard, Reserves and their families a way to get help by accessing their benefits, like health care, education, mental health counseling and assistance for homeless veterans.

Seattle Vet Center

206-553-2706
2030 Ninth Ave, Suite 210, Seattle 98121

Mental health assessment, readjustment Counseling for Vietnam-era veterans and other veterans of periods of armed conflict. Counseling for vets and their family members. Time-limited skills groups such as stress, self-esteem. Long-term focus groups, couples, communication, psychotherapy, special population groups (ethnic and sexual minorities). Referrals for government benefits including Veterans’ Affairs. Referral services for homeless vets.

Federal Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

General line: 1-800-827-1000
915 Second Ave, Room 1214, Seattle 98174

8 am-4 pm M-F. To qualify, VA must be able to find a record of the person in VA’s database. Provides provides copies of certain military records (including statement of service) and provides letters to verify whether or not a veteran is receiving VA benefits. For assistance with filing and checking on claim statuses, Veterans’ Service Offices are located on the 10th floor. For direct assistance with disability information and to file claim for elderly and/or homeless veterans, elderly veterans may call Erika Hoppe, Elderly and Homeless Veteran Outreach Coordinator at 206-220-4186.

Rebuilding Together – Seattle

Rebuilding Together Seattle brings volunteers and communities together to help low income homeowners live in warmth, safety and independence.

Our Vision : A safe and healthy home for every person.

Who We Serve : Low income homeowners who are elderly, disabled, families with children, and/or veterans in need. We also repair nonprofit facilities.

Rebuilding Together Seattle accepts applications year round! To obtain an application, please visit our forms page or contact our office at 206.682.1231 or info@rtseattle.org to request that an application be mailed to you.

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