Links & Resources for Veterans
The links below provide helpful information about different resources and information that is available for veterans.
For general inquiries and information about Veteran Services at Renton Technical College, please contact:
- Glen Boje, Veteran Navigator at
(425) 235-2352 x5843 or via email.
- Craig Brewer, Access Services Specialist at
(425) 235-2352 x5759 or via email.
Department of Veteran Affairs (GI Bill Website)
The GI Bill website provides useful information about the different types of educational benefits that the VA offers for veterans and dependents.
Homeless Veteran Hotline
The Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) has founded a National Call Center for Homeless Veterans hotline to ensure that homeless Veterans or Veterans at-risk for homelessness have free, 24/7 access to trained counselors. The hotline is intended to assist homeless Veterans and their families, VA Medical Centers, federal, state and local partners, community agencies, service providers and others in the community. To be connected with a trained VA staff member call 1-877-4AID VET (877-424-3838).
Washington State Department of Veteran Affairs
The Washington State DVA website is a valuable site, packed with information about services and programs here in Washington state that are aimed to benefit our veteran population.
Washington State National Resource Directory
An online partnership that exists for wounded, ill and injured service members and their families and those who support them.
King County Veterans Program
The King County Veterans Program serves low-income, homeless, disabled, and at-risk veterans and their families. Veterans, current service members, National Guard members, Reserve members, and dependents of these military personnel may be eligible for services. Clients are subject to program requirements, length of service standards, and income guidelines.
Compass Housing Alliance
Compass Housing Alliance provides a range of services and housing options to people struggling with homelessness and poverty in the Seattle area.