from ODVA It takes everyone’s diligent effort to do what we can to beat this virus. Please, help your fellow Veterans, those at risk, and your loved ones and follow good social distancing practices everywhere. Thank you. For… Read More
Veterans are invited to the Annual Mental Health Summit to be held on August 30 from 8 am to 3:30 pm. The Summit will include presentations, breakout groups, along with informational and vendor tables. The Summit will be… Read More
reposted from Federal VA The winter holiday season is regarded by many as a wonderful time of the year. However, the holidays can be a painful reminder of past times when life seemed better. Large groups of family… Read More
In an article written for U.S.News & World Report, health reporter Maureen Salamon reports that women veterans experience risk factors in the military that may lead to thinking and memory problems later in life. Salamon is reporting on… Read More
Women Veterans urged to donate brains for research Today, VA announced a collaboration between its National Center for PTSD and the nonprofit organization PINK Concussions, encouraging women to donate their brains for the purpose of research of the effects… Read More
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(SOVO) helps bridge the gap between what is available and what is needed to assist in meeting the needs of our veterans and their families. SOVO helps ensure that veterans receive the benefits they are due for their service to our country. Coos County, Oregon has approximately 6000 veterans and one County Veterans Service Officer.