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.
This story contains 106 words.
Stories older than 90 days are available only to subscribing members. Please help sustain quality local journalism by becoming a subscribing member today.
If you are already a subscriber, please log in so you can continue to enjoy unlimited access to stories and archives. Subscriptions start at $5 per month and may be cancelled at any time.