Are you a veteran or family member of a veteran and live in Polk County? Polk County is exploring providing free transportation for veterans in
Military personnel, retirees and their family members now have access to an exclusive discount travel website managed by Priceline. American Forces Travel is a full-service
Florida Rep. Gus Bilirakis, also the House Veterans Affairs Committee vice chairman, introduced the legislation, according to Task & Purpose.
Starting this January, eligible veterans will be able to obtain a new Oregon Wounded Warrior parking placard. The new placard is the result of Senate Bill 1506 and gives placard holders certain parking benefits.
MEDFORD, Ore. —The “Go Vets” program helps local veterans find ways of getting around. The program’s focus is on giving vets accessibility to healthcare services,
ONTARIO — A state program to provide transportation for rural veterans to reach their needed health care has gone over the million-mile mark in the
NORTH BEND — The Coos County Area Transit (CCAT) was recently awarded with a Veteran Services Grant from the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (ODVA)
NORTH BEND – Southwestern Oregon Veterans Outreach has free CCAT bus passes and taxi vouchers for qualified veterans who need help with … Veterans who
Every weekday at 7 a.m., the Disabled American Veterans van departs from the parking lot on Marine Drive just west of Burger King, with veterans
The hospital has a program called DAV Transportation Network. Volunteers are able to sign up and help veterans get to appointments locally, or travel to
ROSEBURG — Many veterans depend on the generous volunteer drivers who get them to and from their Roseburg VA Health Care System appointments. The health
Staff with the Roseburg VA Health Care System says that more drivers are needed to get veterans to and from medical appointments at the VA.