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Staff are Contractors for HRCI
Oregon Survivor Outreach Services
Idaho Survivor Outreach Services
NORTHERN OREGON &
May 20 - Run to Remember Highlights
New Programs for Families: Tuesday's Children is a response and recovery organization that supports youth, families and communities impacted by terrorism and traumatic loss. They have a variety of program available to support families including healing programs, life management skill-building programs, a career resource center, family events and a summer symposium for young adults ages 15-21. Click here for more information on their programs.
New Scholarship: The Columbia Southern Education Group is providing a Living Legacy Scholarship! The scholarship is open to spouses, children, parents and siblings of fallen service members. Applications are due April 8, 2017. Click Here for more information.
CHAMPVA: We just found out that surviving spouses that are not eligible for Tricare may be eligible for CHAMPVA at no cost. Check out these docs for details or contact us! About CHAMPVA CHAMPVA Fact Sheet
SOUTHERN OREGON & NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Survivor Outreach Services is the official Army program designed to provide long term support to surviving Families of Fallen Soldiers. This is your program! Conceived of and developed by Survivors, this program is continually refined based on Survivor feedback and involvement by senior Army leaders.
Survivor Outreach Services is a “one” Army program. Regardless of your loved one’s Army component, duty status, location, or manner of death, Survivor Outreach Services Support Coordinators and Financial Counselors are here to provide dedicated outreach and support when, and for as long as you desire.
We are here for you. Army National Guard, US Army Reserve and Active Component Families are served by the closest Survivor Outreach Services support office.
We know that there are no words or actions that can ever fully solace you in your loss, for there is no greater calling than to serve ones’ nation with honor and dignity. For us, there is no greater duty than to support the Families of those who have died in service to our nation.
Find Your Local SOS Support Coordinator:
SOS Support Coordinators are geographically dispersed across our state. See the map below to learn which SOS region you live in and then look for that regions contact information in the sidebar.