Harney County Big Horn Sheep

Photo Courtesy of Debbie Raney

What’s Inside…

How to Contact Us…

Angela Lamborn, Executive Director
17 S. Alder Ave
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 728
Burns, OR 97720
Phone: (541) 573-6024
FAX: (541) 573-6025
Email: angela.lamborn@harneycountyor.gov

Sue Weathers, Administrative Assistant/Fiscal Officer
Email: sue@harneyhub.org

Christi Leavitt, Housing Programs/Property Manager
Phone: 541-573-6024
Email: christi@harneyhub.org

Brian Needham, Veterans Services
Phone: 541-573-1342
Email:  brian.j.needham@harneycountyor.gov

Lisa Moody,Transportation Manager
Phone: 541-573-3030
Email:lisa@harneyhub.org

Darlene Needham,Transportation Dispatcher/Office Asst.
Phone: 541-573-3030
Email: transit@harneyhub.org

Howard Weathers, Weatherization Manager
Phone: 541-573-6024
Email: howard@harneyhub.org

Holly Fain, Nutrition Program Manager
Phone: 541-413-2280
Email: kitchen@harneyhub.org

Leanne Starbuck, Senior Services Program Manager
Phone: 541-573-6024
Email: leanne@harneyhub.org

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Harney County Veterans Affairs

Business Hours:
Monday – Wednesday, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm (APPOINTMENT ONLY)
Thursday – walkins 9:00 am-Noon, no appointment required, first in first served.
Fridays are Outreach Days

Call to make an appointment.
(Excluding holidays)

The Veterans’ Service Office assists veterans’ and their dependents with submitting claims to the Veterans Administration for several benefit programs related to disability including Service Connected Disability Compensation, Non-Service Connected Pensions, Widows Pensions, Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, burial benefits, medical benefits, home loans, vocational rehabilitation, clothing allowance, adapted equipment applications, and Home Improvement for Handicapped Adaptability and Remodeling. Veterans can obtain help in completing the necessary paperwork by coming to the Harney County Senior and Community Services Center. The Harney County Veterans’ Office can make outreach appointments to veterans in other areas of the County

Assistance is provided in obtaining and compiling the necessary documents to complete the claims filing process. Forms requested include military service and military medical records, Discharges and DD214’s, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, death certificates, birth certificates, civilian medical records, information on the receiving of medals, ribbons and commendations and any other information that may be required by the Veterans’ Administration. In the event the claim is denied, this department also provides help with the appeals process.

The shuttle service to the Boise Veterans Administration Medical Clinic is now run by the Burns VA outreach clinic. The clinic is located at 635 Hwy 20 N Suite #4 in Burns. For more information, veterans can call the clinic at 541-573-3339.

 

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