For Providers In Oregon and Southwest Washington

Thank you for your interest in joining The Returning Veterans Project as a volunteer provider!

The Returning Veterans Project service area is Oregon and Southwest Washington. Therefore, we only accept volunteer providers practicing in this area.

Volunteer Provider Service Disciplines

The Returning Veterans Project welcomes providers who are available to offer free, confidential services in the following areas of mental and physical health:

  • Acupuncture
  • Art Therapy
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Drug and Alcohol Counseling: CADC I, CADC II, and CADC III
  • Massage Therapy*
  • Mental Health and Counseling: LPC, LCSW, LMFT, Psychologist, and Psychiatrist
  • Music Therapy
  • Naturopathic Medicine
  • Physical Therapy

  • *Please note that licensed massage therapists (LMTs) must have a public office space in order to serve Returning Veterans Project clients.

    Minimum Standards for Inclusion in the Volunteer Provider Network

    In order to successfully fulfill our mission, we require that volunteer providers:

  • Hold a current license in good standing that is authorized by the appropriate state licensing board in Oregon and/or Washington
  • Be covered by current liability insurance for their practice
  • Participate in a Returning Veterans Project orientation prior to accepting clients

  • Providers Currently Working Towards Licensure

    The Returning Veterans Project welcomes providers currently working towards state licensure as part of their post-graduate, state-contracted work. Volunteer intern providers must be currently supervised by a licensed and insured practitioner. Please read the additional requirements* for volunteering if you hold a graduate degree in behavioral health and are a:

  • Board-Approved Psychologist Applicant
  • LCSW Intern
  • LPC Registered Intern
  • MFT Intern

  • *The Returning Veterans Project requires that each licensed and insured provider who supervises a volunteer intern submit a written letter. The letter must include the supervising provider's contact information, credentials, and written confirmation of their supervision of the intern. Both supervisor and intern are required to submit proof of licensure and liability insurance.

    To submit an application for a volunteer intern, please review our Steps to Joining the Returning Veterans Project Provider Network.

    Steps to Joining the Returning Veterans Project Volunteer Provider Network

    Please review our Provider Agreement prior to beginning an application.

    Step 1: Submit an Application
    Fill out the online application. This form is the same for intern applications. Please note, you will be required to attach a copy of your current malpractice insurance and signed provider agreement.

    Step 2: Verification and Orientation
    Once an application is received and reviewed, a staff member from the Returning Veterans Project will contact you to schedule a "Welcome Call" and orientation.

    Step 3: How Returning Veteran Project Clients Access Your Services
    Once orientation is complete, you will be listed on the Returning Veterans Project online directory. Veterans, service members, and their families (commonly referred to as “Returning Veterans Project Clients”) will access the online directory and select their preferred provider.

    Returning Veterans Project clients will contact the provider directly to schedule an appointment.

    Thank you for your interest in supporting post-9/11 war zone veterans, service members, and their families!