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Seattle Vet Center Muster with KCVC - Programs and Relocation

  • Seattle Vet Center 4735 East Marginal Way South Seattle, WA, 98134 United States (map)

All are invited to the KCVC April Muster at the Seattle Vet Center to combine arms on their empowering services and to discuss the Vet Center upcoming relocation from the current location to Georgetown. Allow time to pass through light security.

Vet Centers are community-based counseling centers that provide a wide range of social and psychological services, including professional readjustment counseling to eligible Veterans, active duty service members, including National Guard and Reserve components, and their families. Readjustment counseling is offered to make a successful transition from military to civilian life or after a traumatic event experienced in the military. Individual, group, marriage and family counseling is offered in addition to referral and connection to other VA or community benefits and services. Vet Center counselors and outreach staff, many of whom are Veterans themselves, are experienced and prepared to discuss the tragedies of war, loss, grief and transition after trauma.

Seattle Vet Center

4735 East Marginal Way, South
Room 1102
Seattle, WA 98134

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Any Veterans and active duty Service members, to include members of the National Guard and Reserve components, who:

  • Have served on active military duty in any combat theater or area of hostility*

  • Experienced a military sexual trauma;

  • Provided direct emergent medical care or mortuary services, while serving on active military duty, to the casualties of war, or;

  • Served as a member of an unmanned aerial vehicle crew that provided direct support to operations in a combat zone or area of hostility.

  • Vietnam Era veterans who have accessed care at a Vet Center prior to January 1, 2004

  • Vet Center services are also provided to family members of Veterans and Service members for military related issues when it is found aid in the readjustment of those that have served. This includes bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death.