Emerald Empire Chapter

Military Officers Association of America


The Oregon Department of Veteran Affairs has a new website that can also be useful to you as you navigate through resources that are available to veterans.​​

  • ​Medication Assistance
  • Substance Abuse, PTSD & Anger Management
  • Recovery Houses
  • ​Vocational Rehabilitation
    Food Stamps/Cash/Grants
    Free Clothing

Lacy J. Cromwell  
Oregon National Guard
Family Assistance Specialist     
541.736.4601 (P)
541.321.3052 (C)
3106 Pierce Pkwy
Springfield, OR 97477​

Addiction Center: Information and resources for veterans and families about addictions and PTSD

Saint Vincent de Paul of Lane County

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

(541) 687-5820

*St Vincent de Paul has a number of staff specifically dedicated to veteran issues/needs.

Many aging veterans are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help maintain their independence and quality of life. has created a series of a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support and care options. For more information click on the button   

​Mesothelioma cancer website. Veteran Assistance tab is located on upper Right side of the website

Locate county/state resources for Addiction and recovery.  

  • Housing (Emergency Shelter)
  • Food Boxes & Hot Meals
  • Mail & Phone Messages
  • Showers
  • Drivers Licences, ID Cards, Vehicle Registration​

  • Mental Health care
  • Marriage Counseling
  • ​Employment Asstistance
  • Legal Assistance
  • Medical Services
  • Dental Services

A free web resource that provides information about substance abuse, mental health issues and PTSD is provided by ​

Tuck: a resource guide about trauma and sleep. This guide includes information about what to do if PTSD or a traumatic brain injury is causing insomnia or disturbed sleep. 

​Lane County Veteran's Service Office

151 West 7th Ave. Suite 460

Eugene, OR 97401

​(541) 682-4191

​​The above organizations are here for you to gain quick access for help/assistance in a timely manner. Once contact has been initiated, there is a myriad of services available. 


Eugene Vet Center

190 East 11th Ave.

Eugene, OR 97401

​(541) 465-6918

A guide to Addiction and Recovery resources for veterans  

*The following is a list of resources that have requested inclusion on our website. This is in no way meant to be a recommendation by Emerald Empire MOAA

The Department of Veteran Affairs also has a website listing government agencies that are available for resources/help

for veterans. 

The Emerald Empire chapter of MOAA compiled this list of resources below in an effort to make information and assistance available to any military member, whether veteran, retired military, active duty military, or family member living in Lane County.

* It is not necessary to be a member of this chapter to contact the organizations below. All we ask is that you mention this website as your source. just takes a phone call

The mission of the Emerald Empire Chapter of MOAA is to advocate for our military community and connect it to the nation we serve.