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40 ET 8 – Vancouver, Washington
Voiture 99 is committed to charitable and patriotic aims. Our purpose is to uphold and defend the United States Constitution. To promote the well being of veterans and their widows and orphans, and to actively participate in selected charitable endeavors, which include programs that promote child welfare and nurse’s training.

104th Infantry Division Association
This web site is intended to accurately portray and preserve the World War II history of the 104th Infantry Division, and to recognize the contribution of the 34,000 men who proudly wore the Timberwolf shoulder insignia. It also seeks to honor the memory of those gallant men who perished in battle, as well as those who were wounded in action. Finally, it hopes to rekindle the spirit of patriotism manifested in love of country and respect for its flag and institutions.

American Red Cross of Southwest Washington
The American Red Cross of Southwest Washington serves more than 561,000 people in Pacific, Wahkiakum, Cowlitz, Clark, Skamania and Klickitat counties.
Resource Guide for Military Families (3rd Edition)

B-17 Alliance Foundation
The B-17 Alliance Foundation was formed in 2006 to keep that legacy alive. We are restoring the B-17 Lacey Lady to airworthy condition and building a museum to bring the history of World War II to life. It’s an ambitious goal. Few B-17s remain in existence and only a handful of those are airworthy.

Buffalo Soldiers of Portland Oregon
African Americans served in the American military, starting in the American Revolution. During the Civil War, the United States government recruited African Americans to fight for the Union. This tradition continued after the Civil War, where these soldiers serving in segregated units became nicknamed Buffalo Soldiers. In the years leading up to the end of segregation in the U.S. military, the Buffalo Soldiers gained a reputation of serving with distinction and honor. Today there are Buffalo Soldier organizations across the United States continuing the original ideal of public service. This is the website of the Portland chapter.

Bright Eyes Dove Release

Bright Eyes Dove Release is located in East Vancouver and is owned and operated by Michael and Jadia Ward.  The business was established in July 2011.  Provides doves for memorial events, weddings, or milestones.  Service area – within 30 miles of East Vancouver.  Phone: 503-750-6361. is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones. We have been featured by AARP, The Administration for Community Living, The National Legal Resource Center, and Forbes, as well as referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones. We have been featured by AARP, The Administration for Community Living, The National Legal Resource Center, and Forbes, as well as referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the Internet.  Phone: 800-973-1540.

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Civil Air Patrol
Meets every Monday 6:30 PM at the Pearson Air Museum, Vancouver Washington.  For more information contact Jim Beckelhiemer 360-936-0546.

Columbia River Detachment, Marine Corps League
Members of the Marine Corps League join together in camaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving the traditions and promoting the interests of the United States Marine Corps, banding together those who are now serving in the United States Marine Corps and those who have been honorably discharged from that service that they may effectively promote the ideals of American freedom and democracy, voluntarily aiding and rendering assistance to all Marines, FMF Corpsmen, and FMF Navy Chaplains and former Marines, FMF Corpsmen, and FMF Navy Chaplains and to their widows and orphans; and to perpetuate the history of the United States Marine Corps and by fitting acts to observe the anniversaries of historical occasions of particular interest to Marines.
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Community Home Health Hospice

“We Honor Veterans” is uniquely designed program to help our caregivers meet the needs of each Veteran’s experience, whether it’s medical or social support.  We are trained to provide the best care for hospice patients who are Veterans. For more information contact Rylee Trapp 360-414-5406 or email

Dignity Memorial
A network of providers that have created a quiet revolution in funeral, cremation, and cemetery services to demonstrate services beyond expectations.  They are dedicated to providing services in accordance with the highest standards of ethics and professionalism to families.  They also work with various veteran’s organizations to assist in the provision of military funeral honors.  For more information call 1-800-344-6489 or visit their website.

Disabled American Veterans

The DAV helps Veterans with their VA claims. They meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the each month at 6:30 pm, except for July and August, at the 40 et 8, 2809 NE 78th St, Vancouver WA 98665. All Veterans are welcome. We hope to see you there. Feel free to contact us anytime at 360-209-4189 or on Facebook at

Healing on the Homefront

This program is designed to assist military and Veteran’s families by offering community resources, solution based workshops, and family counseling.  For more information or schedule an appointment, contact Dixie Hotaling at 360-910-8434 or e-mail.

Interim Healthcare
“We are here to help!”   Home Care with staff available 24/7, experienced caregivers, integrity and compassion, long term care insurance, insurance verification, complementary RN Assessments, and now accepting Medicaid Clients.  We live and work in your community.  Phone 503-761-6050 or visit our website.

Iron Tribe Peer Support Services
Encompasses all nations, tribes, ethnicities, lineages, and religious preferences by celebrating the diversity that is contained in each individual character; and encouraging each member in a safe, positive, and nurturing environment. Our mission is to provide peer support and guidance for the releasing ex-con and/or person in recovery, as they navigate successful integration into our community.  For more information 503-344-6710.  For referrals:

Korean War Veterans Association
(Richard L. Quatier Chapter 321 KWVA of SW Washington)
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month in the Boxcar Room of 40 et 8 Chateau, located at 7607 N.E. 26th Avenue, Hazel Dell, Washington starting at 10am. Lunch is served by 40 et 8 for $8.00 per meal.

Any Veteran who served in Korea between 3 September, 1945 to present, or served outside of Korea, June 25, 1950 to January 31, 1955 is eligible to join KWVA. This includes service with the National Guard and Reserves.

Love Our Vets
If you know of anyone planning a military reunion, or a conference for veterans or those who work with veterans, please contact Welby O’Brien at

Oregon Military Support Network

Meetings held every 2nd Thursday at the 40 et 8.  Contact Glenn Shuck at

Northwest Indian Veterans Association (NIVA)

Meetings held the first Wednesday of every month at the Vancouver VA Medical Center (1601 E. Fourth Plain Blvd., Vancouver, WA), Building 11, 3rd Floor, Columbia Room, 7:00PM.

Point Man Ministries of Clark County
In 2000, the need was identified for a Point Man Outpost in Clark County. The Clark County Outpost, now called the West Clark County Outpost, was started in 2003 followed by the East Clark County Outpost in 2007. The North County followed in 2013.

Our members are comprised of both men and women veterans from the Korean war through to the OEF/OIF veterans. Most are also involved with other service organizations in Clark and Multnomah Counties.

Portland VA Medical Center
3710 SW U.S. Veterans Hospital Rd.
Portland, OR 97239
503-220-8262 | 800-949-1004

PT Boat 658

Is now available for fund raising events.  For more information contact Tom Cates 360-892-9642 or email

PureKraze Events for Veterans
The Name PureKraze is two words that are brought together to show our vision. PURE stands for Brand New, Clean, a new start. Kraze means a new and very different way of doing things that it makes people want to join in and be a part of it. We put the two words together to make one word PureKraze. Not Pure Crazy. We do what no other Non- Profit does we do events for Veterans and their families to enjoy then take 100%of net proceeds and use them to help Veterans and other Veterans non profit Organizations.

Returning Veterans Project

By providing free counseling and additional health services.  We provide free Mental Health Counseling, Acupuncture, Chiropractic and Naturopathic care and more.  Log onto website the and click on “Find a Provider” tab.  Feel free to contact any provider on the list to make an appointment.  Make sure you mention Returning Veterans Project to receive free, confidential services. Please call us at 503-954-2259 if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.  Regina Swartz representing Elements Therapeutic Massage (1319 NE 134th Street Suite 103,  Vancouver, Wa 98685) is listed as one of our providers.  Call 360-574-3141 to make an appointment.

The Hero Resource Center

The Hero Resource Center is an exclusive online platform where heroes (police, firefighters, military, emergency) come to connect with other heroes and find a myriad of personal and professional opportunities all over the world. There are many online platforms that provide its users with similar resources, however nothing comes close to the amount of value we provide exclusively to heroes.

The REACH Center
The REACH Center is a safe and sober environment open to anyone wanting to participate in a recovery-based, supportive community. REACH is a reminder of our recovery, empowerment, advocacy, community, and hope. REACH services are offered free of charge or time constraints. The REACH Center is intended to be a supplement to traditional mental health services, and is not a replacement for medical or clinical services.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
VA operates the nation’s largest integrated health care system, with more than 1,700 hospitals, clinics, community living centers, domiciliaries, readjustment counseling centers, and other facilities.

US Department of Veteran Affairs Crisis Hotline
Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one?
Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.

USO – NW PDX Center

For all military, military families, and veterans providing care and comfort while waiting for their flight.  Services will include a lounge area, TV and movies, snacks, refreshments, discounts from airport restaurants or vendors, email access, Wi-Fi access, travel assistance, XBox 360 Entertainment system, and much more.  We are looking for your support by either volunteering in shifts or donations to maintain the center.  For more information, phone 503-467-9775.

Vancouver Barracks Military Association
The Vancouver Barracks Military Association (VBMA) was formed by a group of veterans in 2011, and we exist to interpret the past of the Vancouver Barracks. As veterans, we bring our unique perspective to this goal, when working with the many different organizations who share the same goal. For more information contact or visit their website.

Vancouver USA Regional Tourism Office
Working with military and veteran groups for conventions, events, and military reunions here in Vancouver.  They will provide contacts for speakers, welcome committees, color guard, tour guides, and resources for other requests.  Please contact Jeff Davis by  e-mail at or visit their website.