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            2. Veterans Success Center

              Helping Our Veteran Community Integrate into Educational Life

              The Veterans Success Center is a centralized place at Sierra College for veterans, military members, and their dependents. We understand that the transition from military to college life can be challenging, so we are committed to providing the best assistance in appreciation for your sacrifice and service. We can help with everything from processing your educational benefits to connecting you with resources and services offered at Sierra College and in our community.

              We’re proud to be ranked #5 in California and #34 in the nation on Military Times' "Best for Vets: Colleges” list.

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              Veteran receiving help from Veterans Success Center

              At the Veterans Success Center, we can help:

              • Provide information regarding VA education benefits, plus we have VA Certifying Officials who can initiate and process VA education benefits, including evaluating your military transcripts and Department of Defense Form 214 for college credit
              • Assist with the Sierra College application and registration process
              • Evaluate your military transcripts and Department of Defense Form 214 for college credit and establish priority registration for qualified Veterans who provide a DD Form 214 or military ID
              • Provide a dedicated Veterans Success Center counselor and peer mentors who understand and are committed to our veterans’ needs and your educational progress so you can meet your goals
              • Offer information about the various resources and services offered on- and off-campus
              • Provide assistive technology, and computers and printer access in a designated study area for veterans

              Campus and Community Resources

              Placer County Veteran Services

              Assists with service-connected disability compensation, re-evaluation increases, dependency indemnity compensation (DIC) for surviving spouse and children, pension for war-era veterans, death pension for surviving spouse and children, dependent allowances, housebound and aid and attendance (A&A) allowance, California Yountville Veterans Home admissions, and request and correction of military records. 

              Contact: Derrick Oliveira, Assistant Veteran Service Officer (VSO)
              Address: 1000 Sunset Blvd Ste 115, Rocklin, CA 95765
              Phone: (916) 780-3290
              Email: doliveira@placer.ca.gov

              Volunteers of America - Supportive Services for Veterans and Families
              This program works with veterans to help them get off the street and placed into their own stable and secure housing through their Rapid re-housing program or their preventive services. They offer soft case management, monthly budgeting skills training, and housing stabilization planning. General qualifications include: must have a photo ID, DD-214, proof of income, Honorable Discharge, be a Veteran, and be at-risk or at immediate risk of becoming homeless. Find out if you qualify.

              Address: 10636 Schirra Ave, Mather, CA 95670
              Phone:(916) 228-3153

              Sacramento Veterans Resource Center
              The center offers veteran employment assistance training programs and training, a two-year veterans' transitional housing program for men and women, and advocates for veterans' rent and veterans' utility assistance. 

              The center also advocates for 90-day veterans drug rehab and alcohol treatment programs for men and women, and offers the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP) to help homeless veterans find work and gain training at the center.

              Address: 7270 East Southgate Drive, Sacramento, CA 95823
              Phone: (916) 393-8387

              Sacramento Steps Forward
              This agency is helping to ensure that individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the Sacramento region have access to housing, employment, health, education, and other resources necessary for economic stability and improved quality of life.

              Address: 1331 Garden Highway, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95833
              Phone: 916.577.9770
              E-Mail: info@sacstepsforward.org

              VA Mather Sacramento Mental Health Clinic

              Psychiatric, psychological assessments and interventions, including individual and group psychotherapy, medication management, substance abuse treatment and a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) treatment program.

              Address: 10535 Hospital Way, Building 649, Sacramento, CA 95655
              Phone: (800) 382-8387 or (916) 366-5420

              Sacramento and Citrus Heights Vet Centers

              The Centers offer readjustment counseling, which includes a wide range of psycho-social services for eligible veterans and their families to help them successfully transition from military to civilian life. 

              Services provided include:

              • Individual and group counseling for veterans and their families
              • Family counseling for military-related issues
              • Bereavement counseling for families who experience an active duty death
              • Military sexual trauma counseling and referral
              • Outreach and education, including post-deployment health reassessment (PDHRA), community events, etc.
              • Substance abuse assessment and referral
              • Employment assessment and referral
              • VBA benefits explanation and referral
              • Screening and referral for medical issues including depression, traumatic brain injury (TBI), etc.

              Sacramento Vet Center
              1111 Howe Avenue, Suite 390, Sacramento, CA 95825
              Phone: (916) 566-7430

              Citrus Heights Vet Center
              5650 Sunrise Blvd., Citrus Heights, CA 95610
              Phone: (916) 535-0420

              Military Service Credit

              A veteran will receive 5 units of basic military training credit toward an associate's degree if they have:

              • Been on active duty one year or longer and
              • Received an honorable discharge

              Credit will not transfer to a four-year university and will have no bearing on the student's GPA.A DD-214 with an honorable discharge can be submitted to Admission and Records or the Veterans Success Center.

              VA OEF/OIF/OND Transition Patient Advocates

              The VA Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF)/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)/Operation New Dawn (OND) Transition Patient Advocates assist returning veterans by providing information on benefits and eligibility and facilitate a smoother transition to civilian life while ensuring veterans are treated fairly in all matters involving the VA.

              Contact: Richard J. Hernandez, Transition Patient Advocate
              Post 9/11 Military to VA Case Management Program
              Email: Richard.Hernandez6@va.gov
              Phone: (916) 364-3159

              Women’s Health Clinic at Sacramento VA Medical Center

              Women who have served in the Armed Forces are eligible for a variety of veterans' benefits. The VA actively encourages women to use their benefits. The Northern California Healthcare System (NCHCS) Women's Health Program provides services and facilities in 10 locations to meet the unique needs of female veterans. 

              Contact: Rebecca Stallworth, Social Worker, Women Health Program
              (916) 366-5453

              Women Veterans Alliance

              The Alliance focuses on the quality of life of women veterans by transforming the way the community networks to bring people and programs directly together through an energetic grass roots platform

              Contact: Melissa Washington, Navy Veteran
              President/Founder, Women Veterans Alliance and a 100% woman, service-disabled veteran-owned small business
              Phone: (916) 253.7357
              Email: melissawash@gmail.com


              Rocklin Campus LR 424

              • Fall and Spring Hours
                M-Th: 8:00am - 5:30pm
                F: 9:00am - 4:00pm

              Nevada County Campus N1 208

              • Phone: (530) 274-5303
              • Fall and Spring Hours
                M-Th: 8:30am - 5:30pm
                F: 8:30am - 12:00pm
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