Coats for Kids helps local veterans

Coats For Kids organizers Karen Lewis and Heidi Albrecht present Levi Douglas, Clallam County Veterans Program Coordinator, with more than $1,200 worth of certificates for veterans at the Northwest Veterans Resource Center.

Coats For Kids organizers Karen Lewis and Heidi Albrecht present Levi Douglas, Clallam County Veterans Program Coordinator, with more than $1,200 worth of certificates for veterans at the Northwest Veterans Resource Center.

SEQUIM — Coats For Kids has provided the Northwest Veterans Resource Center with $1,225 worth of certificates that can be used for coats, shoes, socks and underwear at any Walmart store.

The October donation was to help the organization expand its overall community outreach.

The center is the home of the Clallam County Veterans Relief Fund, a program that provides emergency assistance to qualified veterans and their families.

Services available

Veterans can get a number of services through the center, including education and vocational rehabilitation, housing programs, employment, bus passes, telemental health and more.

For more information, contact Levi Douglas, Clallam County veterans program coordinator, at 360-797-1791 or ldouglas@co.clallam.wa.us, or see facebook.com/nwvrc or clallamcountywa.gov/224/Northwest-Veterans-Resource-Center.

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