Veteran Reintegration Counseling

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    Taxonomy Code: RP-1400.8000-900

    Programs that provide emotional support, information and guidance for veterans who have emotional problems including post traumatic stress disorder relating to experiences in the service, or who are having other difficulties adjusting to their civilian status.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    BOOTS ON THE GROUND NYOffers a variety of veteran support activities, programs and services. These include PTSD support, food pantry services, furniture pantry services, care packages, holiday programs, and welcome home troops activities. Additionally, operates a Veteran Activity Center that houses peer groups, 12 step meetings, breathing and yoga classes and also PT programs. The VAC has a full service pantry, group meeting room, session and training area, video/TV lounge, coffee café area and a fully stocked pantry of food, toiletries and cleaners as well as miscellaneous furnishings.SuffolkBOOTS ON THE GROUND NYBOOTS ON THE GROUND NY
    FAMILY REINTEGRATION PROGRAMSupports wounded service members and their families through a collaboration of services provided by Holliswood Hospital (Queens, NY). In-patient care is offered to the service member along with a three day therapeutic workshop with family members.FAMILY REINTEGRATION PROGRAMHOPE FOR THE WARRIORS
    FLORENCE AND ROBERT A. ROSEN FAMILY WELLNESS CENTERProvides wellness, health and parenting workshops training for health-care professionals referrals to physical and mental health services outreach to military and law enforcement agencies and individuals (Children, Adolescents, Adults). Also offers couples and family counseling to law enforcement officers, military personnel and their families, as well as help with Post Tramatic Stress Syndrome. Provides assessments and counseling for current Active Duty, Guard and Reservists, OEF/OIF and Desert Storm veterans and their families. Member of Northwell Health.NassauNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSETNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSET
    HEROES TO HEROES FOUNDATIONHelps wounded American veterans who suffer from moral injury. American veterans take part in a spiritual healing and peer support program in Israel.HEROES TO HEROES FOUNDATIONHEROES TO HEROES FOUNDATION
    HOMELESS VETERAN REINTEGRATION PROGRAM-LONG ISLAND (HVRP-LI)Offers advocacy and education, health and wellness programs, career counseling and mentorship, assessment of needs, skills and interests, referrals for housing and childcare, education and training programs, employment placement, resume building and interview preparation to those who have served in the US Military. Call or visit website for additional information.HOMELESS VETERAN REINTEGRATION PROGRAM-LONG ISLAND (HVRP-LI)EASTER SEALS NEW YORK
    MILDRED AND FRANK FEINBERG DIVISION UNIFIED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER FOR MILTARY VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIESThe center provides evidenced-based behavioral healthcare individuals and families that are impacted by military service including; family members of all ages of any active duty, reserve duty or veteran, veterans who are not able to obtain VA services and military service members. Call for more information.SuffolkMILDRED AND FRANK FEINBERG DIVISION UNIFIED BEHABIORAL HEALTH CENTER FOR MILTARY BETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIESSOUTHSIDE HOSPITAL
    MILITARY ONESOURCEConfidential Department of Defense program provides comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve Component members, and their families. Also offers confidential non-medical counseling services online, via telephone, or face to face. Eligible individuals may receive confidential non-medical counseling addressing issues requiring short-term attention, including everyday stressors, deployment and reintegration concerns, parenting, grief and loss, and marital as well as assistance with financial management, taxes, career services, health and wellness and much more. Available 24 hours a day no matter where you live or serve. Call for more information.MILITARY ONESOURCEMILITARY ONESOURCE
    MILITARY RESILIENCE PROJECTDevelops and supports comprehensive and integrated models of behavioral health treatment that promotes resiliency and recovery for military members, their families, military units and the community.SuffolkMILITARY RESILIENCE PROJECTMILITARY RESILIENCE PROJECT
    PFC DWYER PEER SUPPORT PROGRAMProvides a free, confidential weekly veterans facilitated support group offering a wide array of support and services/resources.NassauVETERANS HEALTH ALLIANCEMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
    PFC. JOSEPH DWYER VETERANS PEER SUPPORT PROJECTOffers peer support and assistance for veterans of all ages and eras who struggle with post-military service transition issues including mental health and substance abuse, financial employment, social, and family challenges. Group meets at various sites throughout Suffolk County. Check website for locations.SuffolkPFC. JOSEPH DWYER VETERANS PEER SUPPORT PROJECTASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
    PROJECT 9 LINEOffers veterans, including those with PTSD, support meetings, networking opportunities, creativity and job preparation workshops, and social activity experience to promote a healthy transition back to civilian life. A particular focus is placed upon helping veterans showcase their talent and share their experiences through the arts; via art shows, photography, music, dance and theatrical events.SuffolkPROJECT 9 LINEPROJECT 9 LINE
    SPIRITUAL HEALING AND PEER SUPPORTHelps wounded American combat veterans from all conflicts who suffer from moral injury, PTDS and depression. Provides a spiritual healing and a peer support program.SPIRITUAL HEALING AND PEER SUPPORTHEROES TO HEROES FOUNDATION
    SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIESSupports the VA's effort to prevent at-risk veterans from becoming homeless and rapidly rehousing those who have fallen into homelessness. Promotes housing stability and helps connect veterans and their family members to VA services and other benefits. Offers additional services such as case management, housing counseling, fiduciary and payee services, access or referrals to mental health care, child care services, legal services, personal financial planning services, and temporary financial assistance to those who qualify. Program in partnership with Services for the Underserved. Services available in Spanish.SuffolkSUPPORT SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIESUNITED VETERANS BEACON HOUSE, INC.
    THE GIVE AN HOUR NONPROFIT CORPORATIONProvides mental health services to active duty service members, National Guard and Reserve forces, and veterans who have separated or retired from any branch of military service. Also serves family members and loved one of those who have served in the military. Mental health professionals commit to provide free care for a minimum of one hour per week for one year. Clients are not required to provide insurance information or any other form of payment for the services rendered from Give an Hour volunteer mental health professionals. While Give an Hour is not a crisis service and does not offer emergency help, our providers can help in the following areas: Individual Services, Marital Services, Family Services, Group Counseling, Child and Adolescent Services, Parent Guidance, Post-Traumatic Street, Alcohol/Chemical Dependency, Pastoral Counseling, Grief and Loss, Traumatic Brain Injury, Anger Management, Anxiety, Separation/Divorce, and Sexual Abuse. To access Give an Hour services please visit www.giveanhour.org and select "Get Help" and fill out the criteria. Once you have identified providers in your area you may contact them directly. Be sure to identify as a Give an Hour client and be prepared to call a few providers to find someone who is a good fit.THE GIVE AN HOUR NONPROFIT CORPORATIONTHE GIVE AN HOUR NONPROFIT CORPORATION
    VETERANS SERVICES AGENCY/HAUPPAUGEAssists veterans and their dependents in processing claims for benefits, discharge, separation papers and tax exemption. Offers information and counseling relating to veteran's rights under the law. Areas include pensions, compensation, survivors' benefits, housing, taxes, records and social services. Also offers assistance, with appeals, obtaining medals, filing for DD-214 and referrals to other county, state, and federal agencies. Notary services and in-home visits to assist house bound with claims for benefits (including nursing homes). Community services such as Memorial services, dedications, ceremonies, etc. Provides assistance to County Veteran Service organizations. Information and assistance provided for indigent burials and burial honor guards. Vocational Rehab testing, evaluation and analysis is offered at this site 2-3 days a month. Transportation provided to VA Medical Center for free. Outreach to homeless veterans.SuffolkVETERANS SERVICES AGENCY/HAUPPAUGESUFFOLK COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE AGENCY
    VETERANS SERVICES AGENCY/RIVERHEADAssists veterans and their dependents in processing claims for benefits, discharge, separation papers and tax exemption. Offers information and counseling relating to veteran's rights under the law. Areas include pensions, compensation, survivors' benefits, housing, veteran home loans, taxes, records and social services. Transportation provided to VA Medical Center for free.SuffolkVETERANS SERVICES AGENCY/RIVERHEADSUFFOLK COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE AGENCY

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