Top WAServes Provider Rankings Across Network
- Top Service Categories
- WAServes Provider Rankings
- Housing and Shelter Provider Rankings
- Employment Provider Rankings
- Benefits Provider Rankings
- Individual and Family Support Rankings
The WAServes team analyzed its network provider participation, finding that 77 out of its 82 providers have served Veterans and military family members in the Greater Puget Sound area since February 2017.
Below are the findings for the top service categories of providers helping WAServes clients; the top four service categories continue to be the following: (1) Housing and Shelter; (2) Employment; (3) Benefits; and (4) Individual and Family Support.
WAServes Provider Rankings
The table below lists the WAServes network provider rankings. Rankings are based on the total number of service cases that each WAServes provider has logged across all service categories. The number one ranked WAServes provider is Work of Honor, an employment provider that has helped 34% of all WAServes Employment clients. Please note, the rankings reflect ties in rank since some providers have served the same number of clients.
Housing and Shelter Provider Rankings
Below lists the Housing and Shelter providers that have helped 27% of all WAServes clients. Based on all Housing and Shelter service cases, St. Vincent de Paul Council of King County and Seattle is ranked number 1. St. Vincent de Paul Council of King County and Seattle served 11% of all Housing and Shelter clients.
Employment Provider Rankings
Below lists the Employment providers that have helped 23% of all WAServes clients. Following Work of Honor, WorkSource Pierce County ranks number two, serving 6% of the Employment clients.
Benefits Provider Rankings
Below lists the Benefits providers that have helped 15% of all WAServes clients. Ranking number one, Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs served 31% of the Benefits needs of WAServes clients.
Individual and Family Support Rankings
Below are the Individual and Family Support providers that have helped 7% of all WAServes clients. Ranking number 1, Wounded Warrior Project Seattle served 23% of the WAServes Clients that needed Individual and Family Support.
WAServes is grateful for all provider participation in the network. The WAServes staff is proud to be part of the AmericaServes national network, working with its 82 Washington State network providers in the Greater Puget Sound area.
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