Veterans Statistics Spreadsheet

Type Title Veteran Statisticssort ascending
About WDVA World War I Centennial

 

Veteran Homes Walla Walla Veterans Home

Serves 80 residents.

 

Veteran Homes Washington Veterans Home Port Orchard

Serves 240 residents 

Veteran Homes Washington Soldiers Home Orting

Serves 128 residents

Veteran Homes Spokane Veterans Home

Serves 100 residents

Program Armed Forces License Plates

Number of Armed Forces Plates On the Road as of 7/1/18

Air Force   3,429
Army   6,822
Coast Guard   925
Marines   4,369
National Guard   409
Navy   4,244
Total:  20,198

In Fiscal Year 2018, Armed Forces License Plates provided $536,000 for State Veterans Cemetery Operations.

Benefits Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program

July 2017 - June 2018

  • Enrolled 198
  • Housing Placements 147
  • Job Placements 140
  • Avg. Wage at Placement $16.53
Benefits Incarcerated Veterans & Vet Court

July 2017 - June 2018

King County

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)

 

 

Benefits Claims Assistance

July 2017 - June 2018

Olympia Call Center:
10,081 calls received

King County Call Center:
1,116 calls received

VSO Contractors & VA Claims
11,773 Claims filed through network
$155 Million in Income generated for veterans
81% Batting average (success rate of claims filed)

 

Benefits King County Veterans Services

July 2017 - June 2018

King County Homeless Services:
209 veterans served

King County Call Center:
1,116 calls received

King County Military Family Outreach:
158 referrals
155 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
323 veterans served
83 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)

Veteran Homes Building 9 for Veterans Transitional Housing Program

July 2017 - June 2018

Building 9 Transitional Housing Program:
54 veterans enrolled
20 job placements
35 housing placements

Service Center:
1,672 unique visitors
$1 million in estimated income generated through claims
 

 

 

Benefits PTSD

July 2017 - June 2018

954 veterans served
88 family members served

King County:

323 veterans served
83 family members served

 

Benefits Traumatic Brain Injury TBI

July 2017 - June 2018

860 Veterans and Family Members Directly Served
674 TBI Screening completed
1767 Providers served
1397 Downloads of the Max Impact TBI Assistant smartphone app

Benefits Veterans Innovations Program

July 2017 - June 2018

72 transitioned to employment
110 assisted with homeless, eviction or foreclosure prevention
27 transitioned to education
51 assisted with prevention of utility shut off or turn back on
18 assisted with transportation needs

Program Veterans Peer Corps

July 2017 - June 2018

66 Peer Mentors trained
3 trainings held

Cemetery About Us

July 2017 - June 2018

597 Veterans Interred
175 Family Members Interred
118 Forgotten Heroes Interred (Unclaimed)
17% traditional burial (casket), 83% cremation  

Fiscal Year 2018:
$536,000 in contributions from Armed Forces License Plates for cemetery operations

Program Estate Management

July 2017 - June 2018

298 veterans enrolled
Approximately 30% would be homeless without VEMP services

Benefits Internships

July 2017 - June 2018

20 VCC interns hired
3 interns were homeless, 2 found housing by the end of the internship
1 intern hired full-time by a partner organization
1 intern received another internship from a partner organization as a result of work with VCC

Program Veterans Conservation Corps

July 2017 - June 2018

1,877 volunteers on VCC Projects
15 veterans enrolled in natural resources internships
4 veterans in agricultural internships

Program Certified Veteran and Servicemember Owned Businesses

July 2017 - June 2018

1,248 businesses certified
$17,533,513 in loans through the Linked Deposit Program ($15m max, some are on waiting list)

Benefits Veterans In-State Service Shared Leave Program

VISSLP Impact

4 Veterans Helped

610.55 Hours VISSLP Used

$25,090.35 Disbursed

Benefits Apprenticeship

Veteran Apprenticeship Data and Trends

Benefits Family Members

560,200 Veterans
45,343 Active Duty
18,723 Guard and Reserve
2,000,000 Family Members

(https://www.va.gov/vetdata/veteran_population.asp and https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/appj/dwp/dwp_reports.jsp)

About WDVA About Us

560,200 Veterans
45,343 Active Duty
18,723 Guard and Reserve
2,000,000 Family Members

(https://www.va.gov/vetdata/veteran_population.asp and https://www.dmdc.osd.mil/appj/dwp/dwp_reports.jsp)

 

Program Vet Corps

July 2017 - June 2018

459 Veterans served by Vet Corps members/coordinators
20 Veteran family members served by Vet Corps members/coordinators
81 Veterans referred to on campus programs
33 Veterans provided financial assistance which prevented homelessness
139 Veterans provided financial assistance for food, utilities, transportation or other necessities