Plans and Reports
Plans & Reports
Veterans and Human Services Levy Service Improvement Plan
The Veterans and Human Services Levy implementation ordinance required a Service Improvement Plan to provide details about how the county would proceed with enhanced services and supports for veterans, military personnel and their families, and others in need. The Service Improvement Plan identifies four target populations and five overarching investment strategy areas for the county's efforts.
Status of Veterans and Veteran Services in King County Report
The Veterans and Human Services levies have resulted in an increased awareness of veteran lives and services in King County. As part of supporting ongoing community education and planning, the DCHS Community Services Division – Performance Measurement and Evaluation Unit has created a comprehensive reference source on the status, needs and community services for King County Veterans.
This status report is intended to:
- Provide current and updated data on demographics, income and health status and needs of King County veterans and their families (Section I).
- Provide a summary overview of the status of King County funded veterans’ services, recent performance, and identify lessons learned and recommendations for future improvement (Section II & Attachment A).
- Summarize larger system findings and recommendations for emerging service strategies and continued evaluation (Section III).
Veterans and Human Services Levy Annual Report
In calling for an annual report on Veterans and Human Services Levy implementation and progress, the King County Council included these specific requirements: By June 1, 2007, and each year thereafter through 2011, the department of community and human services shall prepare and the executive submit to the council and regional policy committee for review and acceptance by motion an annual progress report on the implementation of the King County Veterans and Human Services Levy Service Improvement Plan.