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An estimated 3,856 of Oregon veterans are American Indian, representing nine distinct tribes. Tribal veterans have one of the highest records of military service per capita of any ethnic group, and the Native American communities in Oregon have a long and rich history of honoring and supporting all veterans.
Throughout the nine tribes, ODVA continues to see strong partners eager to assist tribal veterans and their families and is committed to developing strong relationships with tribal veteran representatives.
Explore below for more information about tribal veterans and resources that are available for you and your families.
The Tribal Reimbursement Program provides a means for tribal
health facilities to receive reimbursement from the federal VA for direct care
services provided to American Indian and Alaskan Native eligible veterans.
For more information: Federal VA: Tribal Health Care Benefits
Resource website that connects wounded warriors, service members, veterans, their families, and caregivers to programs and services that support them.
According to the Department of Defense, American Indians and Alaska Natives have one of the highest representations in the armed forces.
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