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The enlisted men, women and officers who are currently serving in one of the branches of the armed forces.

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ACCEPTING RECOVERY COMING HOME (ARCH) PROGRAMOffers trauma-informed, integrated treatments for substance use disorders and related behavioral health challenges for veterans in an outpatient setting. Specific services offered include: individual and group therapies, focused recovery groups (including DWI, Relapse Prevention, Power and Control), specialized military wellness and resilience services (including Mindfulness, Yoga, Acupuncture, Spiritual Counseling, and Identify Workshops), inter-generational peer support and community reintegration, trauma-focused therapies, family-focused interventions, and experiential modalities (including art therapy, expressive techniques, trauma-informed drama therapy, and others). Certified by New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYSOASAS).NassauACCEPTING RECOVERY COMING HOME (ARCH) PROGRAMBRIDGE BACK TO LIFE CENTER, INC.
FIRST RESPONDER THERAPEUTIC ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMOffers specialized addiction for first responder professionals such as law enforcement, firefighters, military, Veterans, EMT's and Correctional officers. Treats not only the addiction but also the underlying issues that are often associated to such high-demand professions, namely stress, anxiety, depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).SuffolkFIRST RESPONDER THERAPEUTIC ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMLONG ISLAND CENTER FOR RECOVERY
HELMETS TO HARDHATSConnects National Guard, Reserve, retired and transitioning active-duty military service members with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry. Call for more information.HELMETS TO HARDHATSHELMETS TO HARDHATS
MILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/BAYSHOREProvides financial assistance for one-time, non-recurring expenses and is available to Long Island military, reservist, and National Guard and their families.SuffolkMILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/BAYSHOREFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
MILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/HUNTINGTON STATIONProvides financial assistance for one-time, non-recurring expenses and is available to Long Island military, reservist, and National Guard and their families.SuffolkMILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/HUNTINGTON STATIONFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
MILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/MASTIC BEACHProvides financial assistance for one-time, non-recurring expenses and is available to Long Island military, reservist, and National Guard and their families.SuffolkMILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/MASTIC BEACHFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
MILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/RIVERHEADProvides financial assistance for one-time, non-recurring expenses and is available to Long Island military, reservist, and National Guard and their families.SuffolkMILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM/RIVERHEADFAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
MISSION UNITEDOffers case management and temporary emergency financial assistance for Long Island military personnel and veterans and their immediate families. Program operates in partnership with five local agencies that serve veterans: Mental Health Association of Nassau County (516)489-2322, Association for Mental Health and Wellness (631)924-8088, Family Service League (631)650-2182, and United Veterans Beacon House (631)665-1571 and Make It Count Foundation info@makeitcountfoundation.orgSuffolkMISSION UNITEDUNITED WAY OF LONG ISLAND
OPERATION RENOVATIONProvides housing renovation solutions for veterans and active duty military who need safe, medically appropriate, and affordable housing as the journey back to civilian life. All renovations are at no cost to the veteran or family through the generous support of individuals, foundations and corporate contributors.SuffolkOPERATION RENOVATIONMAKE IT COUNT FOUNDATION
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
THE SOLDIERS PROJECTOffers free confidential counseling by licensed professionals (social workers, mental health nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists) to post 9/11 veterans and their families.THE SOLDIERS PROJECTTHE SOLDIERS PROJECT
USO OF METROPOLITAN NEW YORKPrivate, non-profit organizations that strengthens America's military service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country, throughout their service to the nation. Visit website or call for additional information.USO OF METROPOLITAN NEW YORKUSO OF METROPOLITAN NEW YORK
VETERAN'S AND SERVICEMEMBER'S RIGHTS CLINICProvides legal services to veteran's including;Legal advice, landlord/tenant issues, wills, VA benefits and appeals, upgrades, child support issues, criminal issues and bankruptcy. Please call for an appointment.SuffolkIMMIGRATION LAW CLINICTOURO LAW CENTER
VETERANS AND SERVICE MEMBERS RIGHTS CLINICProvides legal services to veterans, including;Legal advice, landlord/tenant issues, wills, VA benefits and appeals, upgrades, child support issues, criminal issues and bankruptcy. Please call for an appointment.SuffolkVETERANS AND SERVICE MEMBERS RIGHTS CLINICTOURO LAW CENTER
VETERANS CRISIS LINEOffers 24/7 hotline for veterans, Active Duty Service personnel and their families and friends who are in emotional crisis. The trained call specialist has the capability of connecting the veteran to his or her local VA Suicide Prevention Coordinator for priority follow-up.VETERANS CRISIS LINEVETERANS CRISIS LINE
WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECTProvides free programs and services to address the needs of wounded warriors and fill gaps in government care. Call or visit website for additional information.WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECTWOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT

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