VSHSL Impact in 2019
In 2019, VSHSL continued to prioritize community voice to inform program implementation, launched new programs that filled critical gaps in services, and strengthened partnerships within the human services system to best serve King County’s seniors, veterans and resilient communities.
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Click on one of the result areas below to view 2019 performance measures.
What we accomplished in 2019
community planning sessions to inform the development of procurements
invested in senior centers and senior "hubs"
VSHSL Advisory Board established and fully active
invested in support of survivors of domestic and sexual violence through mobile advocacy
procurements launched for investments in all result areas
veterans received a variety of support services from the King County Veterans Program such as housing, employment, and furthering their education
King County residents who are immigrants or refugees received direct legal representation to support them in remaining in their community
individuals experiencing homelessness received physical and/or behavioral health care through the Mobile Medical Program
Who we served
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