Veterans' Assistance Program

13th Annual National Homeless Memorial Vigil - Wednesday, December 21, 2023

A flyer with info about a homeless memorial vigil on Thu, 12/21/23 at 5:15 pm at Snohomish County


Please join us in honoring the lives lost on the streets of Snohomish County in 2023. This year's 13th Annual National Homeless Memorial Vigil will be held in-person at 5:15 pm on Thursday, December 21, 2023 at the Snohomish County Courthouse Amphitheater, 3000 Rockefeller Ave, Everett WA 98201.


The 2020 and 2021 virtual events were held virtually and the videos are available on our Reports and Publications page, under the "Videos" heading.

About the Veterans Assistance Program

The Veterans Assistance Program is operated by the Snohomish County Human Services Department. Veterans Assistance is provided to make sure that the men and women of Snohomish County, who have honorably served our country, are never forgotten. Whether it is personal hardship, lack of medical care coverage, or exploration into federal VA benefits or programs, we aim to be THE portal for the veterans of this community regarding any matter that impacts a veteran or their family.

The Veterans Assistance Fund provides limited emergency financial assistance to veterans and their dependents in accordance with basic eligibility requirements. Eligibility can be determined by phone, email, or in person at our office (3000 Rockefeller Avenue, Everett).

The following services are available to eligible Snohomish County veterans and/or their families:

  • Emergency Vouchers
  • Homeless Services
  • Case Management
  • Advocacy
  • Alcohol & Drug Referral
  • Services to Senior & Disabled Veterans
  • Incarcerated Veterans Outreach
  • VA Medical Center Referrals and Enrollments
  • Everett Vets Center Referrals
  • Claims/Benefits/Appeals/Upgrades
  • Employment Services

Veterans' Assistance Fund Eligibility

For Veterans' Assistance Fund Eligibility Information please contact one of our staff: Stacy LaFlam, Michael Salceda, Cindy Hunter, Peter Grosso, or Lori Tiffin. If you prefer, please call our intake line at: 425-388-7255.

Network of Care

If your preference is to locate services through a web-based portal, please visit our Network of Care for Veterans and their families.