The Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (ODVA) provides direct access to earned benefits and services to nearly 300,000 Oregon veterans and their families. ODVA conducts advocacy for traditionally underserved veteran communities. They build partnerships with organizations to provide veteran-specific services for sustainable and supportive housing, access to health and behavioral health services and services to assist veterans in completing their educational goals. ODVA has three major program areas: aging veteran services, the veteran home loan program and statewide veteran services, plus core operations to support and enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of each division.
Information about this agency's divisions, offices, and programs.
Telephone: 503-373-2000; Toll-free: 1-800-828-8801; TTY: 503-373-2217
Contact: Nakeia Council Daniels, Acting Director
Legal & Legislative Information
Statutory Authority: ORS
Records & Publications
State Archives Holdings from This Agency
The following are selected abbreviated listings from the holdings of the Oregon State Archives. Additional records may be available. These records may be viewed free of charge at the State Archives Building in Salem. Copies are available for a fee.
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Title: Discharge Index
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Title: World War 1, "Doughboy" - video tape
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