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.
SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – Many Oregon veterans living in rural areas will soon have an easier way to get to and from medical appointments, thanks
VA this month announced its commitment to extend debt relief to Veterans adversely impacted by COVID-19 to the end of 2020 by suspending certain debt
Pandemic. COVID-19. Social distance. These are all terms we wish we didn’t know. And, as you’ve heard, geriatric adults are at increased risk for coronavirus.
More than 100 VA health facilities across the U.S. have started to offer in-person care again for many non-urgent needs and appointments. At the same
Roseburg VA Medical Center is now using an online and mobile COVID-19 screening tool. The VA said in a press release the new tool will
For Veterans who would like guidance for staying safe or managing stress during the COVID-19 pandemic, Annie can help. Annie is VA’s automated text messaging
WHITE CITY, Ore. – Veterans can expect their next visit to VA facilities in White City or Roseburg to be a little different due to
VA health care staff are helping shape COVID-19 treatment guidelines. Both public and private medical teams across the country and around the world are benefitting
VA has a new centralized emergency care notification process where Veterans or family/ friends can simply email VHAEmergencyNotification@va.gov or call 1-844-72HRVHA (844-724-7842) to report their
Rosalie Liotta and her caregiver, Cathy Adkins, are both Veterans. Liotta enlisted in WAVES, the women’s branch of the U.S. Naval Reserve during World War
Active-duty service women and women Veterans can learn more about VA health care services for women through free online training sponsored by VA in collaboration