Resources

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Non Profit

Resource Title Contact Information
Wounded Warrior Project
3315 South 23rd Street, Suite 310, Tacoma, WA 98405
Referrals and information

Housing

Resource Title Contact Information
Blue Mountain Action Council (BMAC)
8 E. Cherry ST, Walla Walla, WA 99362
Case management, Homeless Supports

The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program at Blue Mountain Action Council (BMAC) is a rapid re-housing and homelessness prevention program serving eligible low-income Veterans and their families.  For eligible low-income Veteran households who are at risk of losing their housing or who are experiencing homelessness, the SSVF program may be able to assist with maintaining housing or securing permanent housing, including case management, connections to health care and benefits, and temporary financial assistance, based on individual needs.  For more information about the program or to see if SSVF may be able to help, please call 509-529-4980 or email SSVF@bmacww.org.

Goodwill SSVF Program
130 East Third Avenue Spokane, Washington 99202
GRANT PER DIEM
Homeless Supports

Grant Per Diem (GPD) provides homeless Veterans with stable housing and client-centered case management support that includes employment focused job training, mentoring, counseling, and other supportive services. This “Housing First focused” approach helps ensure homeless Veterans receive the wraparound services they need to successfully move into and remain in permanent housing. For referrals and program information please contact Josh Jones at josh@swwpic.org

 

Partners in Careers Veterans Program
3210 NE 52nd Street, Vancouver, WA 98663
Monday – Friday: 8AM – 4PM
Case management, Employment assistance, Homeless Supports

Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (HVRP) serves homeless veterans who are seeking housing assistance, employment services and/or training program connection and support. HVRP works with low-income homeless veterans to help them lay the framework to secure housing and become self-sufficient. Case management helps participants navigate community resources and to provide support in gaining employment and occupational training. For program questions or referrals contact Donna Oglesby at donna@swwpic.org or Tonya Wark at tonya@swwpic.org.

Grant Per Diem (GPD) provides homeless Veterans with stable housing and client-centered case management support that includes employment focused job training, mentoring, counseling, and other supportive services. This “Housing First focused” approach helps ensure homeless Veterans receive the wraparound services they need to successfully move into and remain in permanent housing. For referrals and program information please contact Josh Jones at josh@swwpic.org.

WA Housing Authorities
Homeless Supports
Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs Transitional Housing Program
Transitional housing

Tribal Veterans Program

Resource Title Contact Information
Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation
Cowlitz Indian Tribe Veterans Program
Claims assistance
Cowlitz Indian Tribe Veterans Representative
1000 Davis PL, DuPont, WA 98327
Claims assistance
Duwamish Native Veterans Program (DNVP) SeeQuilLouw
Lummi Veterans Office
2295 Lummi View Dr, Bellingham, WA 98226
Claims assistance, Referrals and information
Makah Nation - Senior / Veterans Program
PO BOX 115, 341 Bayview AVE, Neay Bay, WA 98357
Claims assistance
Suquamish Tribe Veterans Services
18490 Suquamish Way, Suquamish, WA 98392
Claims assistance