Veterans Services Additional Resources
A Region with Resources
The Puget Sound region is home to many active duty military, veterans, and spouses and dependents of veterans. In addition to the educational resources on campus, veterans can access employment support services, housing assistance, healthcare, counseling services, transportation resources and much more from a variety of veterans supporting organizations in the area.
- United States Department of Veterans Affairs
- Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs
- King County Veterans Programs
- VA Puget Sound Health Care System
Seattle Central College hosts Seattle Stand Down, an annual event that provides veterans with easy access to a variety community and social services. Their primary focus is serving those veterans and families who are either homeless or at-risk of becoming homeless.
The Department of Veterans Affairs provides confidential free help for veterans and their families 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Call: 800.273.8255, then press 1: Veterans Crisis Line
Education and Career Preparation
Whether you want to launch your bachelor's degree in our College Transfer program or learn marketable job skills in fields such as Information Technology, Maritime or Allied Health, we can help you transition from your military to civilian career.