Welcome to the website of Chapter 392 of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) located in Portland, Oregon!

Chapter Information

Chapter 392 meets on the second Thursday of each month (except November) starting at 7:00 PM. Please see our calendar page for more details. Meetings are held at:

VVA Chapter 392 Vet Resource Center
7600 SE Johnson Creek Blvd (Second Floor)
Portland, OR 97206
(503) 558-2970 New Number

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For more information about our chapter, please contact us at (503) 558-2970 or by e-mail.

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About the VVA

Founded in 1978, Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) is the only national Vietnam veterans organization congressionally chartered and exclusively dedicated to Vietnam-era veterans and their families. Chapter 392 in Portland, Oregon is one of 650 local Chapters. Nationwide, VVA has over 70,000 individual members.

Vietnam Veterans of America LogoVVA's goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans.

Welcome to Our New Members!

  • Richard Bogart
  • John Lind

Welcome home and thank you for your service!

Find a Buddy Program

VVA Chapter 392 has started a "Find a Buddy" program to help search for those who served with of you, regardless of when you were in the military.  If you are interested in this program, please contact us and send us information to help us get started - your buddy's name, service years, unit(s) and any other information that might help. Click here to contact us about the program

Our Shared Mission

It’s our shared mission to ensure veterans get the benefits and care they have earned during their service to our nation. 

  • Not one veteran should be homeless or contemplating suicide. 
  • Not one veteran should be left alone to cope with the effects of PTSD, TBI or substance abuse. 
  • Not one veteran should be without the medical benefits they have earned. 
  • Not one veteran should suffer social or judicial injustices. 
  • Not one veteran or their family should be left in the dark when it comes to research on toxin exposure.