Holiday traditions and family get-togethers are a source of comfort for many. But the holidays can also act as anniversaries of unpleasant events or remind us
Governor Brown Proclaims March 15-21 “Women’s Military History Week” in Oregon.
In 2018, Navy Veteran and Hawaii native Rodney Navarro received an ultimatum: travel to Oregon to enter the White City Veterans Rehabilitation Center for substance
Chronic environmental stressors, not combat exposure, biggest predictor of PTSD in Korean Vietnam veterans
In the Vietnam War, the second-largest contingent of soldiers fighting North Vietnam came from Korea. Now, 45 years later, roughly 40% of Korean Vietnam veterans
Military movies can often remind Veterans of their service. They can also bring up painful memories of the past. Air Force Veteran and Silver Star
The Central Oregon Veterans Ranch offers veterans like Johnathan Courtney a place to connect with others and heal in a comfortable and therapeutic environment. “I
In this April 14, 2016, photo, military veteran Cole Lyle, who suffers with PTSD, and his dog Kaya, wait in the hallway of the Rayburn
EUGENE, Ore. — Veterans took to the EMU on the University of Oregon campus Thursday to help spread veteran suicide awareness.
Jonathon Humphreys did not know what to expect when he walked into the Portland Veteran’s Affairs auditorium one Friday evening in October.
Veterans Day is personal to Josh Rizzo. The 39-year-old Bend man lives with the memories of serving in the U.S. Army during the Iraq War
The following is a guest post from a Military Services Crisis Intervention Specialist at Lines for Life. It seems many veterans exist at the crossroads
In 2016, 122 Oregon veterans were among the approximately 6,000 who took their own lives nationwide. The rate of veteran suicide in Oregon is higher