Veterans Statistics Spreadsheet

Type Title Veteran Statisticssort ascending
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

Cemetery About Us

July 2016 - June 2017
646 Interments 61 Unclaimed Veterans

Fiscal Year 2016:
$477,429 in contributions from Armed Forces License Plates for cemetery operations

Benefits Homeless Veterans Reintegration Project

July 2016 - June 2017

  • Enrolled 177
  • Housing Placements 151
  • Job Placements 135
  • Avg. Wage at Placement $16.36
Benefits Incarcerated Veterans & Vet Court

July 2016 - June 2017

King County

284 Veterans enrolled in program
120 Referrals to behavioral and/or physical health services
108Successful referrals where clients engage in behavioral and/or physical health services
85 Referrals to education, employment or training resources
68 Successful referrals where clients engage in education, employment or training resources
124 Referrals to housing
99 Successful placements in transitional or permanent housing

Thurston County

25 Enrollments
25 Participation in MH/SUD/BH Services 
8 Housing Placements
10 Job Placements
7 Education Placements

 

Benefits Claims Assistance

July 2016 - June 2017

Olympia Call Center:
10,500 calls received

King County Call Center:
732  calls received

VSO Contractors & VA Claims

11,745 Claims filed through network
$143 Million in Income generated for veterans 
80% Batting average (success rate of claims filed)

 

Benefits King County Veterans Services

July 2016 - June 2017

King County Homeless Services:
393 veterans served
132 housing placements

King County Call Center:
732 calls received

King County Military Family Outreach:
156 referrals

King County Funded Training & Support Center

6 Military Sexual Trauma training sessions
111 attendees

Veteran Trauma Competencey Training

1,319 Treatment Professionals trained
823 Service Providers and Employers trained
78 Training Events
2,142 total individuals trained
 

Veteran Homes Building 9 for Veterans Transitional Housing Program

July 2016 - June 2017

Building 9 Transitional Housing Program:
70 veterans enrolled
71 job placements
85 housing placements

Service Center:
1,246 unique visitors
$1 million in estimated income generated through claims
 

 

 

Benefits Veterans Innovations Program

July 2016 - June 2017

92 veterans transitioned to employment
130 assisted with homeless, eviction, or foreclosure prevention
30 Transitioned to education
39 assisted with prevention of utility shut off or turn back on
28 assisted with transportation needs

Program Vet Corps

July 2016 - June 2017

429 veterans served by Vet Corps members/coordinators  
51 veteran family members served by Vet Corps members/coordinators  
96 veterans referred to on campus programs  
31 veterans provided financial assistance which prevented homelessness  
94 veterans provided financial assistance for food, utilities, transportation or other necessities  

Benefits Traumatic Brain Injury TBI

July 2016 - June 2017

273 Veterans and Family Members Directly Served
220 Providers served
382 Washington State Residents Trained in Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Issues

 

Program Veterans Farm at Orting

July 2016 - June 2017

125 Volunteers generated for Vet Farm and Vet Half acre

2,500 lbs of Produce donated 

Program Veterans Conservation Corps

July 2016 - June 2017

1,877 Volunteers generated for VCC projects
15 Veterans in natural resource internships
4 Veterans in Agricultural internships
53% VCC internship retention rate

Reasons for ending internship early:

- Family emergency
- Health issues
-Physical accident 
-Left early to pursue career
-Left early to become VetCorps Navigator
-Active reservist recalled to active duty
-Left 2 weeks early due to unanticipated change in childcare capability
-Tardiness/absence issues x 2

Benefits PTSD

July 2016 - June 2017

1,554 veterans served
108 family members served

 

Program Estate Management

July 2015 - June 2016

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

Program Armed Forces License Plates

Number of Armed Forces Plates On the Road as of 11/1/17

Air Force   3,352
Army   6,482
Coast Guard   902
Marines   4,242
National Guard   401
Navy   4,062
Total:  19,441

In Fiscal Year 2016, Armed Forces License Plates provided $477,429 for State Veterans Cemetery Operations.

Benefits Family Members

593,350 Veterans
44,397 Active Duty
18,872 Guard and Reserve
2,000,000 Family Members

About WDVA About Us

593,350 Veterans
44,397 Active Duty
18,872 Guard and Reserve
2,000,000 Family Members