Provider Directory

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If you do not find a provider in your city or town, you can find all the available providers throughout Oregon and Washington by NOT typing anything into the field for City/Town and just browsing the page until you find a provider near you.

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Returning Veterans Project is a network of independent volunteer providers offering their services free to returning veterans and their families. If you are an Iraq or Afghanistan War Veteran or family member, please search to find a provider, then call to make an appointment.

Be sure to tell the provider that you were referred by the Returning Veterans Project when you call.

If you need to contact your provider and do not see his/her name on the list, choose "No" in the "Accepting New Clients" box, enter the name of your provider, city and state, then click apply.

Our network includes Oregon and Southwest Washington. If you are outside this area, please visit our link and resources page to find national organizations.

Disclaimer: Before joining our Network, RVP providers are carefully screened for licensure in their area of practice. Each must also attend an orientation and hold current malpractice insurance. Providers are required to provide RVP with copies of their licenses and malpractice insurance renewals once a year.

Please note that RVP does not endorse or recommend any of the providers listed in the website, as we have no way of evaluating their professional competence or qualifications. All information in directory listings is self-reported. We encourage users of this directory to ask questions of prospective providers and to verify credentials through the appropriate State of Oregon Licensing boards.

Click here for a list of definitions of RVP Provider practice areas and licensing requirements.

Click here for a pamphlet from the VA explaining the benefits of chiropractic care for veterans.

Complaints: If you're unhappy with your care, we hope you will speak with your health care provider so he or she can respond directly to your concerns. If you believe your care provider has behaved unethically, you can contact RVP staff, the Board of Directors and/or the care provider's licensing board which governs their practice and ethical standards.