It was built solely through donations from real estate developer and philanthropist John Arrillaga, according to VA spokesperson Michael Hill-Jackson.
The center will provide a "point of navigation" on the campus and a "continuum of services" for veterans, from specialized rehabilitative classrooms to a service dog training area.
Visit tinyurl.com/VA-425 to download a PDF document with more information on the center.
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