We are facing monumental, unforeseen challenges. Nonetheless, recognizing that ODVA has good reason to celebrate its 75 years of service to Oregon veterans and their families, we will celebrate virtually, stretching the commemoration over the balance of the year.
UNION COUNTY – Many Oregon veterans living in rural areas will soon have an easier way to get to and from medical appointments, thanks to
SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – Many Oregon veterans living in rural areas will soon have an easier way to get to and from medical appointments, thanks
COOS COUNTY — CCAT’s free shuttle service to the Roseburg VA Medical Center will come to an end on Dec. 31 as funding for the service
CCAT will continue its free shuttle service from the VA North Bend Clinic to the Roseburg VA Medical Center until March 2020. The Oregon Department
Umatilla County has been awarded a Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund (STIF) Intercommunity Discretionary grant for $36,000 from the Oregon Transportation Commission. This grant will allow
Since 1987, DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Transportation Network volunteer drivers have logged 734.6 million miles, providing nearly 19 million no-cost rides for Veterans to and
The fifth annual Veteran Benefit Expo, the state’s largest veteran benefit resource event, will be held in Pendleton next week, July 27th at the Pendleton
Are you a veteran or family member of a veteran and live in Polk County? Polk County is exploring providing free transportation for veterans in
Military personnel, retirees and their family members now have access to an exclusive discount travel website managed by Priceline. American Forces Travel is a full-service
Florida Rep. Gus Bilirakis, also the House Veterans Affairs Committee vice chairman, introduced the legislation, according to Task & Purpose.
Starting this January, eligible veterans will be able to obtain a new Oregon Wounded Warrior parking placard. The new placard is the result of Senate Bill 1506 and gives placard holders certain parking benefits.