Frequently Asked Questions



Do I Qualify for RVP Services?

You qualify for services if you are a:

  • Post-9/11 war zone deployment veteran and/or service member, including OEF/OFS/OIF/OND
  • Family member — such as a spouse, intimate partner, child, parent, grandparent, or sibling —of a post-9/11 war zone deployment veteran and/or service member
  • Active duty member of the military who has been, or will be, deployed to a post-9/11 war zone
  • Oregon or Washington National Guard member who has been, or will be, deployed to a post-9/11 war zone area


Why can't find a specific service in my area?

Services are available on a first come first serve basis. Not all services are available in all areas. If you are having problems accessing services please call us at 503-954-2259.

Can I Volunteer my service with RVP?

Returning Veterans Project is currently welcoming providers licensed and insured in Oregon and SW Washington in the following modalities only:

  • Mental Health/Counseling
  • Physical Therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropractic Medicine
  • Naturopathic Medicine
  • Massage Therapy
  • Music Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Equine Therapy
  • Drug and Alcohol Counselors (CADC I, CADC II and CADC III)
  • Dental

Minimum Requirements:

  • Malpractice Insurance Coverage.
  • Be licensed in good standing by a state professional board in Oregon or Washington.
  • Practitioners working towards licensure must be working under the supervision of a licensed practitioner as part of their post-graduate work toward licensure.
  • Massage therapists must have a public office space in which to see clients.


Can I Volunteer other services to RVP?

RVP currently has limited volunteer opportunities for non-providers. We do occasionally need help staffing events, trainings, and mail stuffing parties. Please E-mail us if you’re interested in joining our volunteer mailing list. For volunteering professional services such as graphic design, research, or college internships please E-mail your proposal to mail@returningveterans.org