Veteran Benefits Spouses and Dependents Benefits
(*) The Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs (ODVA) and Service Officers throughout the state provide free benefits counseling and claims service to military spouses and dependents. We honor the opportunity to provide assistance to spouses and dependents of honorably discharged veterans.
State of Oregon: Veteran Benefits
(*) Providing the following services and resources:
Claims and Counseling, Conservatorship, Educational Aid
Emergency Grants, Employment, Federal Benefits
ORVET Home Loan, State Benefits, Veteran Discounts
Veterans' Home, and Veteran Service Officers
Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs
(*)The Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs (ODVA) continues to build better lives for military veterans, spouses, and their families living in Oregon. From helping veterans obtain earned medals and military awards to filing claims for education benefits, ODVA is here with you every step of the way. The wide array of programs and services are provided by a grateful nation and state.
State of Oregon: Veterans Services and Resources
(*)The WorkSource Oregon Employment Department wants to express our thanks to veterans for serving and defending our nation. This Web site offers information and resources that can help with the transition to the civilian workforce. Our goal is to help you with employment, training, and education resources you need to be successful.
Transition Assistance Program for Veterans
The comprehensive Transition Assistance home page from the Department of Defense offers guidance and information to service members transitioning out of the military through retirement, discharge, or entering the reserves. Covers a range of topics and how-tos including personal finance, creating an individual transition plan, and employment assistance.
Benefits - Veterans Benefits Administration Home
Information from the VA about the complete range of benefits available to Veterans. Also access eBenefits, "your one-stop shop for online benefits-related tools and information."
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Mission Statement: To fulfill President Lincoln's promise "To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan" by serving and honoring the men and women who are America's veterans.
Vision: To provide veterans the world-class benefits and services they have earned - and to do so by adhering to the highest standards of compassion, commitment, excellence, professionalism, integrity, accountability, and stewardship.
Returning Veterans Free Counseling to Veterans and Their Families of the Iraq and Afghanistan Campaigns
Our Mission: Returning Veterans Project is a nonprofit organization comprised of politically unaffiliated and independent health care practitioners who offer free and confidential services to returning veterans and service members of the current Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns and their families. Services are available in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
VISN 20: Northwest Network - Locations
Hospitals and clinics in the Pacific Northwest by way of the Veterans Health Administration
Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs Veterans Related Sites
The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (ODVA) makes every attempt to provide the most comprehensive set of related sites for military veterans, spouses, and dependents. These links provide convenience and access to information.
Fort Oregon: Information on Veterans Counseling, Employment and Medical Services
Information on: Oregon National Guard reintegration and service member support, soldier reintegration program, and career transition assistance program, and general jobs program.
Yellow Ribbon Program
The Yellow Ribbon Program (YRP) is a DoD-wide effort to help National Guard and Reserve Service members and their families connect with local resources before, during, and after deployments, especially during the reintegration phase that occurs months after Service members return home. Commanders and leaders play a critical role in assuring that Reserve Service members and their families attend Yellow Ribbon events where they can access information on health care, education/training opportunities, financial, and legal benefits. The DoD works in conjunction with Federal partners, including the Small Business Administration and Departments of Labor and Veterans Affairs, to provide up-todate and relevant information to the members of the all-volunteer force and their families.
Adjusting to Civilian Life After Combat Duty with the Guard or Reserve - Military OneSource
From MilitaryOneSource, advice and resources for readjusting to civilian life after a combat duty deployment.
Benefits for Veterans: USA.gov
Find Veterans' information on benefits, education, health care, housing, pay, travel, and more.