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.
The DAV is for veterans with a service-connected disability and there are about 200 members in Chapter 23 from both Idaho and Oregon. Fundraisers include
With two wheels under their feet, southern Oregon’s veterans are riding towards a greater sense of independence. … to help out our veterans that are
Members of the John Day Elks Lodge put in 25,000 miles driving veterans to appointments in Burns and Boise between April 1, 2016, and March
A unique medical transportation program for Oregon veterans has just cleared a major milestone. 500,000 miles. That’s more than the distance to the moon and
Oregon’s Highly Rural Transportation Program, a federal, state and local partnership helping meet the transportation needs of veterans in rural areas, has logged over 500,000
Oregon’s Highly Rural Transportation Program, a federal, state and local partnership that is helping meet the urgent transportation needs of veterans who live in extremely
Oregon’s Highly Rural Transportation Program, a federal, state and local partnership that is helping meet the urgent transportation needs of veterans who live in extremely rural areas, has logged over 500,000 miles in its first two years of operation.
That’s farther than the distance to the moon and back.
Volunteer drivers are needed. The Roseubrg VA is putting out the call for volunteers to drive veterans to VA medical appointments in Roseburg and Portland.
All veterans and residents age 65 and over can ride CC Rider on Wednesdays this summer. Columbia County is offering select residents a free ride