VA Resources

No matter what you are experiencing, there are resources and support systems to help. Whether you’re looking for clinical care, counseling, assistance with benefits, or something else, we’re here to help. Use the tool below to find resources and assistance close to you.

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Specially trained Suicide Prevention Coordinators or teams are available at all VA Medical Centers across the country.

VA Medical Centers offer a range of acute care and community-based outpatient services, including mental health care, diagnostics, homelessness programs, alcohol/drug abuse programs, nursing homes, and respite care.

Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) are local VA locations that provide primary care, counseling, laboratory analysis, prescriptions, and radiology services.

Veterans Benefits Administration Offices provide services to Veterans seeking benefits related to compensation, pension, vocational rehabilitation, home loans, death benefits, employment, and disability.

Vet Centers provide readjustment counseling and outreach services to all Veterans who have served in any combat zone, as well as their family members.

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Suicide Prevention Coordinator

Harrison, Jennifer

1660 S. Columbian Way
Seattle, WA 98108-1597
Approx. 19 miles away P: 206-277-1050 F: 253-589-4067
Suicide Prevention Coordinator

Walker, Kara

9600 Veterans Dr
Lakewood, WA 98493
Approx. 25 miles away P: 206-277-1050 F: 253-589-4067
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