Veterans Resource Center

1-to-1 HELP

Trained volunteer coaches are available to assist veterans with needed services and benefits.

At the Civic Center Library, 3501 Civic Center Dr, Room 427, San Rafael 

Drop In:
Last Wednesday of every month
2pm-5pm

By Appointment:
During library open hours

For an appointment, email LibraryVeterans@marincounty.org or call 865-201-4047.

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Veterans Resources in Marin County

Marin has a wide array of services for Veterans and their family throughout the County.

County of Marin Veterans’ Services
The Marin County Veterans Service Office helps veterans, their spouses and children obtain all types of veterans’ benefits.
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Veterans’ Exemption
Veterans with a 100% disability due to a service-related injury or illness are eligible for an exemption of $122,128 on the assessed value of their home. Spouses of veterans killed in active duty are eligible for the same benefit.

If you are a disabled veteran and your annual household income is less than $54,842, you qualify for an increased exemption of $183,193. To claim the increased benefit, you must file annually.
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Veteran’s Community Connection
Veteran’s Community Connection provides supportive services for veterans with a mental health treatment plan who are incarcerated, on parole, or on probation to ensure they complete their treatment plan.
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Veterans2Work
Veterans2Work helps returning military veterans launch their civilian careers, while helping employers engage the full productive potential of those veterans.
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Services for Homeless Veterans
Homeward Bound of Marin partners with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to offer an array of services to homeless veterans in Marin County.
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College of Marin Veteran Education
GI Bill and other educational benefits
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Marin County United Veterans Council
The Council is a forum for all local veterans organizations and other supportive individuals to get together to discuss and plan veterans events. We have reps from American Legion, VFW, VVA, MOAA, Blue Star Moms and other groups who regularly attend our meetings at 5 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in the Green Room of the Marin Center (northside entrance). Contact Council President Ray Mullin at rayzer44@yahoo.com for more info or visit Marin County United Veterans Council on Facebook


The Marin County Free Library received a Library Service & Technology Act (LSTA) Grant to make the Veterans Resource Center possible.

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All library locations will be closed all day FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th for our Annual All Staff Day

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