The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs is proud to be partnering with 2018 QDoc, the Portland Queer Documentary Film Festival, in showcasing the groundbreaking, ODVA-sponsored film “Breaking the Silence.”
Want to know what Memorial Day events are being held in your area? There’s a good chance you can find out online, in the directory of Memorial Day ceremonies, parades and other special events that the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs maintains at https://www.oregondva.com/2018memorialday.
Shannon Langley, an Army veteran who helped lead an incredible turnaround in the ability of veterans to secure employment and training opportunities in Oregon, has been named the state’s Woman Veteran of the Year.
The next meeting of the Advisory Committee to the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon Tuesday, June 12, at the Best Western Sunridge Inn, 1 Sunridge Lane, in Baker City. The public is invited to attend and participate.
County transportation providers clear 1 million miles in serving Oregon’s highly rural veteran population
Oregon’s hugely successful Highly Rural Transportation Grant Program cleared its latest milestone this quarter, crossing the million-mile mark in only three and a half years.
The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs this week awarded grants totaling more than half a million dollars to fund key projects that will improve veterans’ access to transportation, housing, health care and other vital services across the state.
Governor Brown Proclaims March 30 “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day” in Oregon
Forty-five years ago today, combat and combat support units withdrew from South Vietnam.
The first 2018 meeting of the Advisory Committee to the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon March 7 at 4 Spirits Distillery, 3405 S.W. Deschutes St. in Corvallis. The public is invited to attend and participate.
Did you know that the Charitable Checkoff program lets you designate all or part of your Oregon refund to support veterans?
Fifty years ago today, Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army forces launched what would become known as the Tet Offensive. It was a far-reaching and
Gov. Kate Brown and the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs are seeking applications from veterans interested in serving the state’s veteran community as a member of the Veterans’ Affairs Advisory Committee.