Find King County Washington veterans affairs departments, or service organizations. Veterans affairs departments like the VA (Veterans Affairs), VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), Amvets, and vet centers provide information and help with benefits, charities, insurance, disability, medical care, education, programs and compensation for veterans of the US Armed Forces.
US Department of Veterans Affairs - Seattle Vet Center 4735 East Marginal Way South Seattle WA 98134 206-658-4225
US Department of Veterans Affairs - VA Medical Center 1660 South Columbian Way Seattle WA 98108 206-764-2531
US Department-Veterans Affairs - VA Puget Sound Health Care System 1660 South Columbian Way Seattle WA 98108 206-716-3160
Veteran Centers are open to veterans and active duty service members, including members of the National Guard and the Army Reserve. Certain services at Vet Centers are also available to family members of veterans and service members, including counseling services.What education benefits does the Montgomery GI Bill provide?
The Montgomery GI Bill provides veterans with up to 36 months of funding to study at colleges, technical schools, or vocational schools. The benefit can be used for up to ten years from the date of discharge or release from active duty. Spouses and children of veterans may also be eligible for education benefits through the Dependents' Educational Assistance program.What housing programs are available to veterans?
The VA runs a housing program through the Veterans Benefits Administration that offers loans to veterans to purchase homes, primarily in rural areas and small towns where private financing may not be available. Veterans may also use the service to refinance a home.