To protect the health of the public and our employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, Multnomah County Veterans Services Office is not accepting walk-ins at this time. For the latest information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Multnomah County, please visit www.multco.us/covid19
Please contact us to schedule a phone appointment with a Veterans Service Officer:
What we do
The goal of the Veterans Services Office is to provide benefits information, assistance and advocacy to all who have served and their families. Many Veterans are unsure of their entitlement to benefits so we ask that anyone who identifies as having served to contact our office to be directed to an appropriate resource. The Veterans Services Office provides services and help with the following benefits:
- Comprehensive VA benefits counseling
- Assistance with VA health care enrollment
- Claims preparation and submission
- Claims follow-up to ensure final decisions
- Initiate and develop appeals on unfavorable VA decisions when appropriate to include representation at VA Hearings
- Networking and advocacy with federal, state and local agencies
- Justice involved outreach
Operation Green Light
This year, Multnomah County Veterans' Services is proud to participate in Operation Green Light. By illuminating the Morrison Bridge and other County facilities in green, we are letting veterans know they are seen, appreciated, and supported. People can participate at home by using a green light bulb on their porch or in a lamp near a front window from Nov. 7 to Nov. 13, or engaging on social media #OperationGreenLight.
Provider / client Referral: Complete the (online) Multnomah County Veterans Services Referral Form to refer anyone who served on active duty in the U. S. Military Armed Forces (Veteran), National Guard/ Reserves, or a surviving spouse of a veteran.