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Locate VSOs, medical clinics, student veteran centers, memorials, and more.
Resources and information for veterans and family members.
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Every county in Oregon has a Veteran Services Office with federally accredited and state-certified veteran service officers. These VSOs provide benefits counseling, represent and advocate for veterans, their dependents and survivors in obtaining benefits to which they are entitled.
VSOs are trained and experienced in navigating the federal VA process to ensure claims are submitted accurately and efficiently, for no fee.
Find your county's Veterans Service Office
The latest agency budget documents are available for viewing below.
Confidential Support Is a Call Away
If you’re a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, there are caring, qualified VA responders standing by to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Call 988 and then press 1
The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, anonymous, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.
For more information: Veterans Crisis Line
If you or someone you know is a veteran facing homelessness or other financial crises, please let us help. The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs, along with many other state and national military and service organizations, have emergency relief programs specifically designed to help veterans, service members and their families. Contact ODVA or your nearest veteran service office for assistance.
For more information: see Emergency Assistance
See grant programs offered by ODVA.
For more information: ODVA Grants
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In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 through Oct. 15), the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs will be sharing stories from the state’s and nation’s military and cultural history, including profiling individual Hispanic American veterans and family members.
There are an estimated 560,000 Hispanic Americans living in Oregon today — and more than 60 million — across the United States. They represent a rich and diverse cultural heritage — as well as a proud history of service in our nation’s military — dating to some of our earliest conflicts.
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