Kitsap County - Veteran Services

DEPLYOYMENT HEALTH CLINICAL CENTER HELPLINE

(800) 796-9699

Callers who are experiencing health problems due to medical illness or due to any deployment can call to

set up medical evaluations and get information.

FLEET AND FAMILY SUPPORT CENTER

(360) 396-4115 or (800) 562-3301

Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30-4

Military family Relocation assistance, Exceptional Family member programs, Ombudsman, Volunteer resources,

Counseling, Domestic Violence counseling, Transition assistance and employment programs. Also loans out

hospitality kits (Pots, Pans, dishes, Silverware, etc). Single persons can also use this resource. Now open at

Bangor and Keyport.

HOMELESS VETERANS RETSIL

1141 Beach Dr-Port Orchard

(360) 895-4700; Admission-(877) 838-7787

State wide: (800) 562-2308 or (206) 220-6145

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30

Website: www.dva.wa.gov

American Lake VA Hospital, Tacoma 206-582-8440 or 800-329-8387

This is a program for homeless veterans. They offer a place to stay, meals, medical staff and security.

Participant needs to call admissions number to establish eligibility and apply for services.

NAVY/MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY

(360) 377-0602-Bremerton or (360) 396-6704-Bangor

Interest free loans for emergency transportation, funerals, medical/dental bills, food, rent, utilities,

disaster relief, personal needs and vehicle repair. Other services include; education loans, budget counseling,

visiting nurse, layettes, and coordination with other agencies and organizations. Active duty member must sign

off on the forms. Spouses must have specific General of Attorney in order to sign for financial assistance.

Call for more information.

RED CROSS ARMED FORCES SERVICE CENTER

(877) 272-733

Emergency communications number for active duty military members and their families assigned to

commands within Kitsap and North mason counties

VA HEALTHCARE PLAN

(253) 582-8440-Tacoma

This insurance is for veterans only. Due to legislative priority or number of applications received, a person may

be turned down lf someone is receiving health care from a VA facility, they are automatically considered for enrollment.

The above number is for the closest local office. Participant should have their DD-214 handy when calling. 

JVFW (VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS)

Helpline: (800) 749-8387

Website: www.va.gov

 Ensure veterans are provided all the care, entitlements and compensation that they have earned through their service

and sacrifice in defense of our nation in a prompt and compassionate manner by the Departments of Veterans Affairs.

SEATTLE VET CENTER

2030 91st Ave. Suite #210 Seattle

(206) 553-2706

Individual and group therapies for veterans. Participant needs to call for details. Walk-in's welcome

VETERANS INDEPENDENT ENTERPRISES OF WASHINGTON VIEW

4630 16 111 St. E., Suite B-16, Fife

(800) 748-6856 or (253) 922-5650 Website: http://www.veteransworkshop.org/

 Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30

In other words, they provide life skills training, vocational testing, counseling and job skills training, work

therapy, substance abuse after-care and transitional housing. Eligibility: varies depending on the program.

Call for more information.

VETERANS SERVICE OFFICE -OLYMPIC COLLEGE

1600 Chester

(360) 475-7561 or (360) 475-7560

Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4:30

Website: www.oc.ctc.edu

 Helping with all educational services available to veteran's at Olyrnpic College. Participant needs to call.

WASHINGTON STATE VETERANS DEPARTMENT

1-800-562-2308

Provides veterans with information on the entire range of issues associated with benefits and entitlements.

Participant can call about employment, re-employment, family benefits, education, discharge upgrade, counseling,

family services, insurance, horne and business loans, disability, medical and dental care, legal, housing and

other assistance.

WA STATE DEPARTMENT OF AFFAIRS HOMELESS WOMEN VETERANS ASSISTANCE

(206) 205-5619

Will assist homeless women veterans find housing and employment through the Homeless Women Veterans

Reintegration Project. This program can also provide help with Training, Education, Child Care, Housing, and

Medical Assistance. They will provide help to the women who or want to live in their service counties which include

King, Snohomish, Thurston, pierce, and Kitsap. They will also provide Information and Assistance services to these women.