COOS COUNTY, Ore. — As the Veterans Stand Down — a large expo-type fair for resources — expects changes because of the coronavirus outbreak, resources
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COOS COUNTY — In the midst of an ongoing pandemic, the biggest outreach event for veterans in the area is still moving forward as planned
BEND, OR — The Valor Foundation of Bend is teaming up with COVO, the Central Oregon Veterans Outreach, to help men and women who served
POLK COUNTY — Veterans will be the focus of a new collaborative program through Polk County’s Family and Community Outreach Program. Modeled after service integration
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Unmet Needs Program offers grants up to $1,500 to eligible Veterans, service members and military families. Since 2004, the VFW
NEWPORT — The sixth Lincoln County Veterans Stand Down was held at the Shilo Inn in Newport on Friday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. to
ATTENTION: Veterans, Friends, Family of Veterans Do you know someone in our community that is a veteran? Many times veterans are those that are homeless
Oregon Health & Science University medical student Shane Griffin examines Marine veteran Fred Irons’ eyes during Saturday’s Veteran Stand Down at the Hermiston Community Center.
Some 30 to 40 veterans will be able to get free dental care — cleanings, fillings, extractions — for six hours, from 9 a.m. to
HERMISTON — A cornucopia of resources — including giveaways, services and information — is available during the annual Project Community Connect & Veteran Stand Down.
ROSEBURG, Ore. – The Roseburg VA Medical Center is planning to host a free Veterans Stand Down at its Roseburg campus, Sept. 25, 2019. The
COOS COUNTY, Ore. – Veterans from the coast came out to the 10th annual Veterans Stand Down. It’s a resource fair for the brave servicemen