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FAQ Topic: Veterans
If you lose your Uniformed Services ID Card, go to the nearest Real-Time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS) site and obtain your new card. The nearest is the National Guard Readiness Center at Fort Dalles, billed as “the finest single-unit armory in the country” and housed on the campus of Columbia Gorge Community College. Veterans … Continued
You must have an honorable discharge from the military to qualify for VA medical care. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (541) 993-9144 to find out if you otherwise qualify.
The Tri-County Veterans Services officer provides veteran assistance for everything from disability claims to home-loan paperwork. See the full list of services on the Tri-County Veterans Services page. Services are provided to veterans with discharges that are not “dishonorable” or “bad conduct” discharges. However, the Tri-County Veterans Service officer also can provide help in fighting … Continued
You can reach the Tri-County Veterans Officer at (541) 565-3408 in the Sherman County Senior Center, 300 Duey Street in Moro. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
The Veteran Transportation Dispatch in The Dalles will arrange for transport to any northern Oregon hospital that meets your needs, from the Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles to the VA Medical Center in Portland. Call 1 (877) 875-4657 to arrange transport.
If you lose your VA medical card you must go to Portland VA Medical Center with a photo ID to have your card replaced.
If you are enrolled in VA medical care — and live in Gilliam, Sherman, or Wheeler counties — then you probably are. Email email@example.com or call (541) 993-9144 to enroll in VA medical care and receive assistance signing up for Veteran’s Choice.
The nearest veterans’ hospital is the Portland VA Medical Center. There are also VA clinics in The Dalles and Bend. If you’re covered under the VA Choice Program, you may be able to go to the Mid-Columbia Medical Center, St. Charles Madras (formerly Mountain View Hospital), or most any civilian doctor.
Possibly. You must have a service-connected hearing loss disability or be enrolled in Veterans Affairs medical care. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (541) 993-9144 to enroll in VA medical care.