Survey for Veterans: What is the best way to share benefit information with you?
We are looking from input from Veterans on the best way to connect with them to share information via various social media sites. If you are a Veteran, please share your feedback with us in this short, anonymous survey.
The CVSO will be closed October 1-4 for the annual statewide VSO training.
You are not forgotten
We help military veterans and their families get the benefits they've earned.
VA benefits are not received automatically and navigating the benefits process can be confusing.
We're here to help. Our Veterans Service Officers are well trained and know how to get you the benefits you deserve.
Call us with questions about VA claims or other veterans' benefits at 503-650-5631. We will return messages as quickly as possible.
If we are unable to leave you a voicemail or speak with you after 3 tries during a 2-week period, we will help other veterans. Do not hesitate to contact us again should this happen. You can also contact us by email.
Make an appointment
We are located in the Clackamas County Public Services Building.
Monday – Thursday
7 a.m. to noon
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Get the benefits you've earned
We are here to assist and advocate for military veterans and their families. We can help you get your benefits, including:
- home loan
- career training
- homeless assistance
Other services and programs that can assist veterans
- Help with basic needs
- Services for people with disabilities
- Clackamas Resource Connection
- Housing Assistance
- Energy Assistance (help with heating bills)
- Transportation Assistance
- Family Caregiver Support Program
- Senior Companions
- 211info (info on resources in Clackamas County and throughout the region)
If you have questions about employment assistance and job training, please visit the Community Solutions page for more information.