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White City or VA Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center

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8495 Crater Lake Hwy.
White City, OR 97503

Phone: 541-826-2111
Fax: 541-830-3500
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The Southern Oregon Rehabilitation Center and Clinics (SORCC) located in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon, is the nation’s only freestanding residential rehabilitation center.  This type of care is defined by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) as a “residential rehabilitation program that provides short-term rehabilitative and long-term health maintenance care for veterans who require minimal medical care.”  Additionally, the SORCC houses an active ambulatory care clinic providing primary care, mental health care, and sub-specialty care to Veterans in the surrounding area and into four rural counties(Jackson, Josephine, Klamath, and Lake) in Southern Oregon and Northern California, where care is limited. In addition to our traditional clinics, our outpatient service also include Care Coordination Home Tele-health (CCHT) and Home Based Primary Care (HBPC).

The SORCC provides a residential program with a two-fold mission of providing bio-psychosocial rehabilitation and long-term health maintenance. The SORCC offers an appropriate level of care for Veterans who do not require acute hospitalization or nursing home care but who cannot adequately provide for themselves in the community, and therefore need residential support. The SORCC adheres to Patient Centered Care Methodologies and Philosophy and provides safety, shelter, and food in a therapeutic, semi-structured, clean and sober environment. The SORCC provides a Holistic foundation for healthy lifestyle choices, effective social-skill building and higher-level clinical interventions and services when needed; all components to assist the Veteran in achieving optimal levels of functional independence, personal empowerment and health living. Although the primary SORCC program objective is to restore Veterans to independent or semi-independent community living, some Veterans require long-term health care maintenance.



Oregon Health Sciences University

Oregon Institute of Technology

University of Portland

Portland State University

Northern Illinois University

Southern Oregon University



600 Operating  Beds



 Residential Rehabilitation Center and Clinics



Business Office Service
Chaplain Service
Community Resource & Public Affairs
Dental Service
Facilities Management
Home Based Primary Care
Human Resources
Infection Control/Infection Prevention
Information Technology Operations Service (ITOS)
Laboratory Service
Logistics Management Service
Nutrition and Food Service
Occupational Health
Pharmacy Service
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service
Police and Law Enforcement
Primary Care
Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service
Psychiatry Service (Mental Health Clinic)
Psychology Service
Quality Management
Residential Care Program
Resource Management Service
Social Work Service
Social Work Service: Homeless Program
SORCC Addition Treatment Program
Utilization Management
Vocational Rehabilitation Service


Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC)


Klamath Falls CBOC

2225 N. Eldorado Street

Klamath Falls, OR 97601

Phone: 541 273-6206

Fax: 541 273-6207


Grants Pass CBOC

520 SW Ramsey Ave Suite 102

Grants Pass, OR 97526
Phone: 541-955-5551
Fax: 541-955-7171


Lakeview Outreach Clinic

VFW Post 4070
1130 North 4th St.
Lakeview, OR 97630
For more information, contact the Klamath Falls VA Clinic at 541-273-2602

Other Contact Numbers

Roseburg: 1 800 549-8387
Portland: 1800-949-1004
Disabled American Vets (DAV): 541-273-0256