The following eligibility determination is in accordance with House Bill 1213 - 2015-16 of the 64th Washington State Legislature which became law on June 9th, 2016.
1. Are you a resident of Spokane County?
Yes. I currently live in Spokane County and have lived in the State of Washington for at least 1 cumulative year and I can prove it. | Go to question 2.
Yes. I currently live in Spokane County and have lived in the State of Washington for at least 1 cumulative year, but I can't prove it. | Go to question 2, but if you can't prove it you might not be eligible, however we can try to help you.
No, I don't live in Spokane County, but I have lived in Washington State for at least one year. | You're not eligible to receive assistance from Spokane County, but perhaps another Washington state county can help. See this WDVA directory for further information on who you may contact.
2. Did you serve on active duty (including basic training) whether in training or active assignment(s)?
Yes. | Go to question 3.
No. | You're not eligible because even basic training is a creditable active duty event.
7. If you did not complete 180 days of active federal service, were you ever or are you now currently a member of a reserve or guard component of the U.S. Armed Forces?
Yes. | Go to question 8.
No. | You're not eligible.
8. Many reservists and guardsmen did not complete 180 days of active federal service whether through training or federal activation, but served-out their obligations to their reserve units, and that makes you an eligible veteran for our services. So, did you complete your full reserve component commitment contract and have the proper report of discharge?
Yes. | If you are otherwise qualified above, then you qualify for our services.