Category: ODVA

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COVID-19

Veterans Should Check Their VA Billing Before the End of the Year

We are facing monumental, unforeseen challenges. Nonetheless, recognizing that ODVA has good reason to celebrate its 75 years of service to Oregon veterans and their families, we will celebrate virtually, stretching the commemoration over the balance of the year.

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ODVA Now Accepting Proposals for Veteran Services Grant Program

We are facing monumental, unforeseen challenges. Nonetheless, recognizing that ODVA has good reason to celebrate its 75 years of service to Oregon veterans and their families, we will celebrate virtually, stretching the commemoration over the balance of the year.

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Grants enhance mobility for veterans in rural communities

We are facing monumental, unforeseen challenges. Nonetheless, recognizing that ODVA has good reason to celebrate its 75 years of service to Oregon veterans and their families, we will celebrate virtually, stretching the commemoration over the balance of the year.

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Celebrating 75 Years of Service to Oregon Veterans

We are facing monumental, unforeseen challenges. Nonetheless, recognizing that ODVA has good reason to celebrate its 75 years of service to Oregon veterans and their families, we will celebrate virtually, stretching the commemoration over the balance of the year.

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Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs Director Kelly Fitzpatrick Reflects on Importance of Tradition during Uncertain Times

In these unprecedented times, I have found myself reflecting more and more on the importance of tradition. Our great nation is rooted in many wonderful traditions. They bind us together, they strengthen us. They provide structure to our lives. They give meaning to the sacrifices that have been made to preserve our freedoms and our way of life.

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ODVA Advisory Committee to hold first meeting in 2020

The first 2020 meeting of the Advisory Committee to the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs will be held Wednesday, March 4, at Tillamook Bay Community College, 4301 Third St. in Tillamook. The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m.