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Veterans Legacy is a nonprofit organization. We exist to provide integrated treatment in a rural setting, stressing therapeutic agriculture, utilizing multiple resources to address the individual’s medical and psychological needs. We aspire to provide treatment for PTSD and other adjustment disorders while continuing supportive therapy for associated co-morbidities such as drug and alcohol addictions.

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Make a donation to Veterans Legacy Oregon today. Your generosity helps provide a safe and therapeutic center for recovering Veterans.

Camp Alma Wishlist

Help us to purchase items and supplies for our veterans therapy and integration programs at Camp Alma.

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image of Lane County Commissioner Pat Farr and Lane County Administrator Steve Mohrohisky signing over the deed for Camp Alma to Veterans Legacy Oregon

Veterans Legacy Volunteer Work Party, Calmp Alma, June 2018

Camp Alma officially deeded to Veterans Legacy Oregon
Lane County Commissioner Pat Farr (left) and Lane County Administrator Steve Mohrohisky seal the deal. Camp Alma was officially signed over to Veterans Legacy Oregon Oct. 3, 2018, following a unanimously approved motion by the Lane County Board of Commissioners to deed the 105-acre former Sheriff’s Inmate Work Camp to the non-profit that will support veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and drug and alcohol addiction. https://www.registerguard.com/news/20181003/lane-county-approves-transfer-of-work-camp-property

 

View recent news segments here:

Register-Guard (10/3/1028): Lane County transfers Camp Alma property

KEZI (6/28/2018): Local Leaders Visit New Veterans Wellness Center

KVAL (6/21/2018): Veterans Legacy Program Transforms Former Forest Work Camp

Upcoming events here:
Work Party, Dedication Prep, Saturday, Nov. 3, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

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