There had to be a better way to transport local veterans to their medical appointments. That was the premise that has ultimately led to the
After taking an active part in serving their country, many Veterans want to stay active when they return to civilian life. For disabled Veterans, however,
Excited volunteer drivers for Astoria-area Disabled American Veterans gathered on a Saturday in December to inspect their new Ford passenger van and pick up their
The city of Pendleton received a $20,625 grant from the Oregon Department of Transportation to provide public transportation through June 30 to low-income seniors, people
The Highly Rural Transportation program offers free transportation to and from medical appointments — at both VA and non-VA facilities — to any veteran living
Central Oregon – July 1 ended a state-funded program that for the past three years has given veterans transportation to and from their medical appointments.
One of the largest veteran resource events in the state will be held in central Oregon next month, when the Veteran Benefit Expo kicks off at 10 a.m. July 15 at the Deschutes Fair & Expo Center in Redmond.
With over 75 booths featuring state and federal service providers, non-profit agencies, employers and other local partners, this free event promises to bring together the best benefits, resources and programs Oregon has to offer veterans and their families.