New databases to explore VSHSL awards and services

Curious about where the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy (VSHSL) is making investments? Want to know what VSHSL-funded agencies are serving your local community? Searching for specific services? We are excited to launch two easy-to-search databases to help answer those questions!

Across King County, our amazing partners are already making a difference in serving and supporting veterans, seniors and other populations experiencing vulnerability. In 2019, 168 partners provided countless services to King County communities. We partnered with even more providers in 2020 and will be creating new partnerships with each new investment. We are excited to launch two easily searchable databases where you can learn more about our partners’ work, connect to their services and see where VSHSL has invested.

VSHSL awards database

awardsdatabaseThe VSHSL awards database details VSHSL awarded programs and includes:

  • Funded agencies
  • Descriptions of their VSHSL-funded programs
  • Funding amounts by VSHSL population (veterans, seniors, vulnerable
  • Investment length

You can sort the database by VSHSL strategy, agency name or by VSHSL population served.


VSHSL services database


To help people find and connect to services they need, the VSHSL services database details active VSHSL-funded service providers and includes:

  • Description of VSHSL-funded services
  • Populations served
  • Contact information.

You can sort the database by service type, population group, King County Council district, and/or agency name.


The databases will be updated regularly as new funding awards are made.

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