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Nine9line is an active innovative new way to approach Veterans, their families and the community. Through a group of like-minded individuals the development of programs that reflect the need of an ever growing population, are youth and the consistent ever driven motivation to improve and make long lasting impacts in our own backyards.

Program Initiatives:

Nine9line Outdoors
Directed and Managed by:
David Konkler
Volunteer Program Assistant:
Fee Veary
Nine9line Outdoors engages Veterans through outdoor activities such as hiking, snowboarding, and cycling, plus a dynamic Vision Fast program. Utilizing peer support and environmental stewardship, we let the healing powers of the great outdoors help us empower Veterans to heal themselves.


Nine9line Education Programs
Directed and Managed by:
Shawn Durnen
Nine9line Education offers a variety of free classes to the community and Veterans, on topics such as Veteran culture, suicide prevention and awareness, and peer support. We also offer assistance to Veterans who are currently navigating the college or university realm. Our annual Education Symposium will offer many of these topics, plus more from dynamic public speakers. We strive to improve resources and provider skills to better serve our Veterans and families.


Nine9line Mental Wellness
Directed and managed by:
Rebecca Wolf
Peer support is integrated into every aspect of Nine9line, but we also offer targeted individual services. We are Veterans who have lived our struggles and use that experience to help others. We offer a holistic, alternative approach to peer support, which can include one-on-one support, ongoing peer mentoring, and crisis intervention. Holistic wellness takes all life factors into consideration, from emotional to social, to financial and occupational, and even physical and spiritual. Through Nine9line Education we will soon offer Wellness Skills Classes free to the community in each of these areas.


Nine9line Veteran Services
Scot Pondelick
Scot Pondelick is one of the founders of the Veterans Resource Fair, and the President of Nine9line Veteran Services. The Veterans Resource Fair is our annual community event to help Veterans find the services they need. Endorsed by the WDVA, the Fair brings together over 150 resources to serve over 1500 Veterans and families each year.


Veterans Vision Fast
Program Manager
Mark Oravsky
The Veteran Vision Fast is a new and unique opportunity for Veterans who are seeking long term solutions to PTSD and suicide ideation, serving as a “Ceremony of Return” for those looking for a way to reconnect with themselves, their place in the world, and their place in the community. Currently open to all Washington State Veterans. Please email for more information.

Veterans Vision Fast