The Central Oregon Vet Center’s mobile unit is parked in the Ericksons Thriftway parking lot in Burns the fourth full week of the month on
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September was Suicide Prevention Month, an annual campaign that draws attention to the national public health issue of suicide and the importance of suicide prevention.
In support of Suicide Prevention Month, VA and Veterans of Foreign Wars teamed up for an #ExploreVA Facebook Live event to discuss how to recognize
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – United States veterans are committing suicide at alarming rates that are well above the national average, and the problem is …
The rate of veteran suicides in Oregon is far outpacing that of civilians — as it is across the nation — and a local group
That’s one reason why the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs is putting a lot of effort into making sure vets know there’s help available and
In Oregon alone a veteran takes their life every three days. … organizations across the nation are going to partake in Veteran Suicide Prevention Day.
… free thanks to a grant through the Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs. The purpose is to provide information and services important to veterans …
Every three days, an Oregon veteran takes his or her life. … the local, state and federal veteran benefits and resources like service-connection … pensions,
The Wasco County Veterans Service Office is hosting a “Suicide Alternatives Event” on Saturday the 29th from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Veterans Service
Brubaker couldn’t pinpoint a single reason why more men or veterans don’t seek help in Lane County before taking their lives. Rather, the issue is …
Lane County Public Health has released its first-ever comprehensive suicide report and the findings raise concerns. 1,079 county residents killed themselves between 2000 and 2016.