County votes to keep only Veterans’ Service Office in Hood River open … If the office closed, veterans would have to travel to Portland or
The Grant County Court applauded the work of the Grant County Veteran Services Office under the direction of Katee Hoffman during their July 25 meeting.
Lincoln County Veteran Service’s Office Moving to New Location (7.13.18 – Lincoln County, OR) The Lincoln County Veteran Service’s Office will be moving from its
The Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to providing the best experiences in its delivery of care, benefits, and memorial services to Veterans, Servicemembers, their
Described as a “Community Journey,” the event will be open not only to veterans but to all who have been impacted by or are close
The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims was established by Article I of the Constitution to review decisions of the Board of Veterans’ Appeals
The Wasco County Veterans Service Office has changed its hours to accommodate more walk-in clients while allowing personnel to spend uninterrupted time filling out the
In November 2017, VA launched the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP). RAMP provides a unique opportunity for Veterans with a pending disability compensation appeal to
Veterans and their families will soon have one less resource to help them navigate the at-times labyrinthine maze that is the Department of Veterans Affairs.
By Kiera Morgan: Last week the Lincoln County Board of commissioners approved a lease between the Curry Family Trust and Lincoln County for property located
The Grant County Veteran Services Office has moved to its new location at 530 E. Main St., Ste. 5, John Day. The phone number is
VA launched a new update for the appeals status tracker and now Veterans with a compensation appeal can view their past and current appeals issues,