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Pacific offers veterans confidential counseling

Pacific University’s Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinic is inviting post-911 war zone military service veterans and their family members to schedule free and confidential counseling services at both the Hillsboro and Portland locations.

The offerings are the result of a new partnership between the clinic and the Returning Veterans Project (RVP), a 10-year-old Portland-based nonprofit that connects post-911 war zone vets and their families to healthcare providers specializing in counseling, acupuncture, physical therapy and more.

“We recognize that returning to civilian life following war zone military service is often accompanied by physical and psychological challenges,” RVP executive director Belle Landau said. “Our providers, including those with our newest partner, Pacific University, are committed to giving veterans and their family members the care they need.”

Operated by Pacific University’s School of Professional Psychology, the program’s Hillsboro location is on the second floor 222 S.E. 8th Ave., while the Portland location is on the third floor at 1411 S.W. Morrison St. For a complete listing of the clinic’s services, visit pchpacificu.org.

To schedule an appointment in Hillsboro, call 503-352-7333. For appointments at the Portland location, call 503-352-2400. For more information about the Returning Veterans Project, visit returningveterans.org.


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