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A veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, as defined by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (USDVA), discharged under honorable conditions or the spouse, or surviving spouse as defined by the USDVA or Parents who have lost a child to war-time service An applicant must also: Be able to pay the resident’s portion of the cost of care
Be in need of skilled or intermediate nursing home care as determined by physician Not require medical care for which the Home is not equipped or staffed to provide Not have violent traits that may prove dangerous to the veteran, residents of the Home, staff or others.
However, this should not be interpreted as to prevent the admission of residents diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. The facility is equipped and prepared to provide care for common symptoms of these ailments and provide assistance in physician recommended therapies.

Application Process

Complete the application for admission, 10-10SH and 10-10EZ forms; submit to the Oregon Veterans Home, 600 North 5th Street, Lebanon, Oregon 97355.

Structure & Governing board

The Oregon Veterans’ Home is a division of the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs. The administration of the home and care of the veteran residents are provided by Veteran Care Centers of Oregon, operations managed by Westcare.

Services Provided

VA benefit and claims assistance. Skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services by licensed professionals. Medical supervision by the Veterans’ Home Medical Director. Basic supplies for personal care. Around the clock staff. Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). Nursing assessment to determine appropriate plan of care. Dietary assessment; medically prescribed diets. Emergency call systems/assistance. Assistance with medications.

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