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from ODVA A flyer purporting to be an official Department of Veterans Affairs document full of misleading COVID-19 advice is fake, VA officials said. The flyer circulating on social media and being provided to veterans has a VA… Read More
excerpted from blogs.va.gov The Stepping Forward in Grief Study is testing two online/app programs that were developed in response to findings from the National Military Family Bereavement Study, which suggested that grief-related challenges among bereaved military survivors can… Read More
Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) recently 10 selected communities, including Coos and Curry County to participate in Operation Welcome Home. OHCS has partnered with the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (ODVA) to provide technical assistance to communities… Read More
Have you got something to say or need more information about VA healthcare? Are you a veteran, family member or stakeholder? The Roseburg VA Healthcare system is coming to the coast for two Town Halls. This will be an… Read More
The first 2018 meeting of the Advisory Committee to the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs will be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon March 7 at 4 Spirits Distillery, 3405 S.W. Deschutes St. in Corvallis. The public is… Read More
(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.