Veterans

Taxonomy Code: YN-9000

Individuals who are former members of one of the branches of the armed forces and who, by length and type of services, honorable discharge or release or degree of disability, qualify for the benefits and privileges that are provided by law for ex-servicemen and women.

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Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
ABOVE AND BEYOND PROFESSIONIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMAssists the wounded service members to transition into the civilian workforce, gain further education/training, or start up a small business. It also includes an extended period of one on one mentoring/coaching.ABOVE AND BEYOND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMHOPE FOR THE WARRIORS
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.
ADULT DAY CARE PROGRAMA program designed for those who are well enough to live at home but are in need of daily supervision and medical monitoring. Offers health care services including, nursing care, physical, occupational and speech therapies, therapeutic recreation programs, nutritious noontime meals and snacks, social work counseling and therapeutic exercise, wellness programs. Door-to-door transportation is included..SuffolkADULT DAY CARE PROGRAMTHE LONG ISLAND STATE VETERANS HOME-STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
AID AND ATTENDANCE (A&A) PENSIONOffers a program for veterans and surviving spouses to defray costs of assisted living or supportive living services. Veterans and survivors who are eligible for a VA pension and require the aid and attendance of another person or are homebound, may be eligible for additional monetary payment. These benefits are paid in addition to monthly pension and they are not paid without eligibility to pension. Contact local Veterans Center for more information or check website.AID AND ATTENDANCE (A&A) PENSIONUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
AMVETSProvides community services, free counseling and claims assistance for honorably discharged veterans and their dependents. Also administer a number of programs on the national level such as Amvets Against Drugs and Alcohol Abuse, Freedoms Foundation Youth Leadership Seminar, National Coalition for Homeless Vets (NVHV), ROTC, Scholarships and the Department of Veterans Affairs Voluntary Services (VABS). Call or visit website for local posts.AMVETSAMVETS
BABYLON MEMORIAL POST 2192Organization for United States armed forces veterans who served overseas in time of war. Promotes patriotism, and the welfare and interest of veterans.SuffolkBABYLON MEMORIAL POST 2192VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
BABYLON VET CENTERProvides psychotherapy to veterans who have experienced war related trauma. Offers emotional support, individual, group and family support, counseling for military sexual trauma and bereavement, and medical referrals.SuffolkBABYLON VET CENTERNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
BAY SHORE CLINICOne of five community-based outpatient clinics offering services to veterans living in the Long Island area. Call for more information.SuffolkBAY SHORE CLINICNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
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
CAPT. WM. H. NEUSS VFW POST #6194Organization for United States armed forces who served oversease in time of war. Promotes patriotism and the welfare and interest of veterans.SuffolkCAPT. WM. H. NEUSS VFW POST #6194VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
CAREGIVER SUPPORT LINEOffers services and programs that support the Family Caregivers. The programs are available both in and out of your home to help you care for the Veteran you love and for yourself. Learn more about how VA's trained professionals can help you find the services and support that are right for you and the Veteran you love.CAREGIVER SUPPORT LINEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
CENTER FOR VETERANS AFFAIRSAssists veterans with enrollment, benefits and educational counseling.NassauCENTER FOR VETERANS AFFAIRSNASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK, INC.Provides volunteer services both to veteran organizations and to the general community including the Northport Veterans Medical Center. Call for information about other sites in Suffolk County.SuffolkDISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK, INC.DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK
EAST MEADOW CLINICOne of five community-based outpatient clinics offering services to veterans living in the Long Island area. Call for more information.NassauEAST MEADOW CLINICNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
EQUINE ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPYOffers individual, family and group therapy. Groups focus on the following issues: Grief, trauma, abuse, eating disorders, substance abuse, addiction and codependency. At-risk youth, women's empowerment and veterans and their families are among these groups. EAP affords clients the opportunity to gain knowledge about their negative behaviors while providing them with an emotionally safe environment for them to develop positive alternatives. Call for more information.SuffolkEQUINE ASSISTED PSYCHOTHERAPY (EAP) PROGRAMPAL-O-MINE EQUESTRIAN, INC.
FALLEN PATRIOT FUNDEstablished to help families of U.S. military personnel who were killed or seriously injured during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Call for more information.FALLEN PATRIOT FUNDFALLEN PATRIOT FUND
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
FINANCIAL COACHING FOR TRANSITIONING VETERANSProvides transitioning veterans regular one-on-one sessions with a financial coach in order to link their goals and values to their financial dreams, create an action plan and track progress towards the goals mutually set by them. Phone sessions are available. Funded by The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Call for more information.SuffolkWORKFORCE NEW YORK CAREER CENTER-PATCHOGUENEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR/SUFFOLK
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
FOOD PANTRYProvides veterans living in transitional and/or permanent housing with a food pantry. The main pantry is located in Bay Shore and there are satellite pantries in each of the residential locations. Food and toiletries are made available to veterans and their families.SuffolkFOOD PANTRYUNITED VETERANS BEACON HOUSE, INC.
GENERAL NEEDSProvides basic necessities such as clothing, toiletries, and bedding to homeless US Veterans through charitable donations and support.SuffolkGENERAL NEEDSGENERAL NEEDS
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
HELPING HANDS DENTAL FOUNDATIONProvides free dental exams, cleaning and screening for oral cancer at Veterans Stand Downs and also throughout the year. Accepts donations of dental supplies/equipment and personal care items.NassauHELPING HANDS DENTAL FOUNDATIONHELPING HANDS DENTAL FOUNDATION
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
HOPEFITNESS CENTER/BOHEMIAOffers personal training, exercise group and socialization programs for individuals with all types of abilities, including individuals with physical disabilities and wounded veterans. Call for more information.SuffolkHOPEFITNESS CENTER/BOHEMIATHE HOPEFITNESS SPORTS FOUNDATION
HOPEFITNESS CENTER/NORTH BELLMOREOffers personal training, exercise group and socialization programs for individuals with all types of abilities, including individuals with physical disabilities and wounded veterans. Call for more information.NassauHOPEFITNESS CENTER/ NORTH BELLMORETHE HOPEFITNESS SPORTS FOUNDATION
HOTLINEOffers anonymous local support groups and a hotline.SuffolkHOTLINEBOOTS ON THE GROUND NY
HUNTINGTON MILITIARecreates and reenacts a Colonial Militia that existed in the Town of Huntington as early as 1653. The group reenacts 18th Century civilian and military life at local, regional and national events. Member of the Brigade of the American Revolution. Visit website for additional information.SuffolkHUNTINGTON MILITIAHUNTINGTON MILITIA
INFORMATION FOR VETERANSProvides timely federal tax-related information to Veterans about tax credits and benefits, free tax preparation, financial education and asset-building opportunities available to Veterans. Check website for more information.INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN VETERANS OF AMERICAAdvocates on behalf of veterans who served in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Supports veterans in health, education, employment and building a lasting community for vets and their families.IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN VETERANS OF AMERICAIRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN VETERANS OF AMERICA
JAYNE LATTIN V.F.W. POST 2913Organization for United States armed forces veterans who served overseas in time of war. Promotes patriotism, and the welfare and interest of veterans.SuffolkJAYNE LATTIN V.F.W. POST 2913VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION-CENTRAL LONG ISLAND CHAPTERProvides assistance to disabled and needy veterans who served in the Korean War to the present. Meets 2nd Monday of the month at 11:00am to 1:00pm at VFW Hall 9486, 55 Lake Shore Road, Lake Ronkonkoma. Call for more information.SuffolkKOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION-CENTRAL LONG ISLAND CHAPTERKOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION-CENTRAL LONG ISLAND CHAPTER
LT. ROBERT R. DOLNEY MEMORIAL POSTOrganization for United States armed forces veterans who served overseas in time of war. Promotes patriotism, and the welfare and interest of veterans. Meetings are every 2nd and 4th Wednesday evening at 7:30pm.SuffolkLT. ROBERT R. DOLNEY MEMORIAL POST 6431VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
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 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.
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 ORDER OF THE PURPLE HEART LONG ISLAND CHAPTERMembership is restricted to the combat wounded, but MOPH provides support to all veterans and their dependents throughout the United States. They help to create jobs, offer scholarships, and maintain continuous liaison with Congress on issues related to veterans.NassauMILITARY ORDER OF THE PURPLE HEART LONG ISLAND CHAPTERMILITARY ORDER OF THE PURPLE HEART LONG ISLAND CHAPTER
MILITARY SERVICES PROGRAMProvides a range of substance abuse treatment and support services for active duty personnel, veterans, and their families. Offers residential and outpatient substance abuse and mental health treatment services. Certified by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYSOASAS).SuffolkMILITARY SERVICES PROGRAMPHOENIX HOUSE OF LONG ISLAND
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
NASSAU COUNTY - CHAPTER #082Helps foster, encourage and promote the improvement of the condition of all veterans and their families. Meetings are held at Hicksville VFW Hall, 320 South Broadway, 11801, on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 8pm.NassauNASSAU COUNTY - CHAPTER #082VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA, INC.
NASSAU COUNTY VETERANS CENTERProvides trauma psychotherapy and bereavement counseling to family members.NassauNASSAU COUNTY VETERANS CENTERUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
NASSAU COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE AGENCYServes veterans as an advocate for compensation, pension, education and training, vocational rehabilitation, and additional benefits for survivors, burial and hospital care. Provides free transportation for veterans to either the Veterans Administration(VA) Hospital or VA health clinic.NassauNASSAU COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE AGENCYNASSAU COUNTY GOVERNMENT
NASSAU VET CENTERProvides psychotherapy to veterans who have experienced war related trauma. Offers emotional support, individual, group and family support, counseling for military sexual trauma and bereavement, and medical referrals.NassauNASSAU VET CENTERNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
NATHAN HALE POST #1469Organization for United States armed forces veterans who served overseas in time of war. Promotes patriotism, and the welfare and interest of veterans.SuffolkNATHAN HALE POST #1469VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERSCommunity service organization of female veterans of the United States armed forces who served in time of war. Promotes patriotism and the welfare and interest of veterans.NATIONAL HEADQUARTERSVETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS LADIES AUXILIARY
NAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETYProvides, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational, and other assistance to members of the Naval Services of the United States, eligible family members, and survivors when in need and to receive and manage funds to administer these programs.NAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETYNAVY-MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY
NEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS-NORTHPORTAssists veterans, members of the armed forces, their families and their dependents in securing benefits earned through military service.SuffolkNEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS-NORTHPORTNEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
NEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS-RIVERHEADAssists veterans, members of the armed services, their families and their dependents in securing benefits earned through military service. For more information on Tuesdays and Thursdays Contact Bob Hopkins, SVC.SuffolkNEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS-RIVERHEADNEW YORK STATE DIVISION OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
NEW YORK VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONYVOBA is an IRS501(c)(3) Veteran Business Association committed to helping Veterans and Service-Disabled Veterans achieve their business goals. Our focus is to have a well seasoned team planning, coordinating and implementing an "infrastructure of learning and assistance" for our fellow Veterans through education and experience. We are here to help the established, and start-up Veteran business as a "one-stop" assistance Association. Our team's aim is to act as a trusted extension of our Veterans, producing results that directly and positively impact their business objectives and to deliver the highest levels of professionalism and experience. We intend to provide strategic counsel, creative solutions and timely, responsive services.SuffolkNEW YORK VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONNEW YORK VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION FOR VETSAids veterans who suffer physically from chemical exposure to unknown substances while serving our country. Helps veterans who may have had some type of exposure to toxic substances and have not been able to resolve their health issue with conventional medicine. Nutritional recommendations are given after analysis.NassauNUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION FOR VETSNUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION FOR VETS
OFFICE FOR VETERAN'S SERVICESHelps veterans navigate the admissions, registration and financial aid process. The office will also provide assistance in the search for a career after graduation. Funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs.SuffolkOFFICE FOR VETERAN'S SERVICESFARMINGDALE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
OFFICE OF VETERAN AND MILITARY AFFAIRSLocated in Hillwood Commons, this office provides assistance to community members who served in the armed forces. With a wide knowledge of veteran and military affairs, the office can provide assistance to veterans who are attempting to garner federal and state benefits for themselves or family members. Call for more detailed information.NassauOFFICE OF VETERAN AND MILITARY AFFAIRSLIU POST
ONLINE TRAININGThrough a partnership with a leading provider of e-learning, qualified service members can take free, self-paced classes from among more than 1500 courses available, earning credit toward college degrees, continuing education units and business certifications with the goal of becoming self-sufficient.ONLINE TRAININGCOALITION TO SALUTE AMERICA'S HEROES
OPERATION:HOPE-NASSAU/SUFFOLK COUNTYDesigned to assist veterans and the families of active duty personnel deployed overseas. Operation:Hope van delivers food and supplies to the doors of Long Island veterans and their families two days a week. Also provides information and referrals to link veterans and military families with benefits and services that can help them. Restricted contributions accepted. Call or visit website for more information.SuffolkOPERATION:HOPE-NASSAU/SUFFOLK COUNTYISLAND HARVEST
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
OUTREACH RECOVERY CENTER-ADULT OUTPATIENTUses evidence-based, multi-phase models in individual and group counseling for outpatient substance abuse treatment. Services include individualized treatment plans, gender-specific groups, trauma-informed care, medical screenings, and psychiatric evaluations. Special Veterans’ Treatment track provides enhanced services including veterans’ support groups, case management, vocational services and recreational space for socialization, job search, and more, while addressing PTSD and other life stressors resulting from service in the military. Appointment required Monday through Friday. Walk-ins accepted on Saturday. Call during business hours for further information.SuffolkOUTREACH RECOVERY CENTER-ADULT OUTPATIENTOUTREACH
PATCHOGUE COMMUNITY CLINICOne of five community-based outpatient clinics offering services to veterans living in the Long Island area. Call for more information.SuffolkPATCHOGUE COMMUNITY CLINICNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
PERSONAL FINANCIAL COACHINGProvides transitioning veterans regular one-on-one sessions with a financial coach in order to link their goals and values to their financial dreams, create an action plan and track progress toward the goals mutually set by them. Phone sessions are available. Call for more information.PERSONAL FINANCIAL COACHINGCONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU
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
RESIDENTIAL SKILLED NURSING CARE FACILITYOffers a residential skilled nursing care facility for veterans. Provides medical, nursing, rehabilitative, psychological, recreational therapy, nutritional, social work, pastoral services, and physical, speech and occupational therapy. Also features a special care unit for residents with Alzheimer's Disease.SuffolkRESIDENTIAL SKILLED NURSING CARE FACILITYTHE LONG ISLAND STATE VETERANS HOME-STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
RESOURCES AND ADVOCACYAngels for Warriors connects veterans with the resources they have earned from their service to our country. We assist Veteran's transition to permanent housing, register them for veteran benefits and advocate on the veteran's behalf for medical care.SuffolkRESOURCES AND ADVOCACYANGELS FOR WARRIORS
RIVERHEAD CLINICOne of five community-based outpatient clinics offering services to veterans living in the Long Island area. Call for more information.SuffolkRIVERHEAD CLINICNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
RIVERHEAD POST #2476Organization for United States armed forces veterans who served overseas in time of war. Promotes patriotism, and the welfare and interest of veterans. Meetings are held the 2nd Saturday of each month at 12pm.SuffolkRIVERHEAD POST #2476VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
SEMPER4VETERANSProvides assistance for veterans and military families in need of food, clothing, transportation fees, urgent rent assistance and other necessary livable expenses.NassauSEMPER4VETERANSSEMPER4VETERANS
SGT. JOHN W. COOKE VFW POST #395Meets first Tuesday of month at 8pm, to help veterans and their families. Sponsors community events and educational programs: Civil War Re-enactment and Voice of Democracy. Affiliated with the National Headquarters of VFW, Kansas City, Mo. Newsletter available to members.SuffolkSGT. JOHN W. COOKE VFW POST #395VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
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
STATE OF NEW YORK MORTGAGE AGENCYProvides financing and programs designed for first-time low and moderate income home buyers in New York State. Partners with approved participating mortgage lenders across the state to offer 30 year, competitive, fixed rate mortgages with special features to help low and moderate income New Yorkers become homeowners. Enables active duty U.S. military personnel to buy their first home or move to a different home through the Homes for Veterans Program. Offers down payment assistance in conjunction with SONYMA financing.STATE OF NEW YORK MORTGAGE AGENCYNEW YORK STATE GOVERNMENT, DIVISION OF HOUSING AND RENEWAL
SUFFOLK COUNTY - CHAPTER #011Helps foster, encourage and promote the improvement of the condition of all veterans and their families. Offers two scholarships annually. Speakers Bureau available upon request. Meeting held at Brookhaven Parks Office, 286 Hawkins Road, Centereach NY 11720, the 4th Friday of each month at 8pm. Call for more information.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY - CHAPTER #011VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA, INC.
SUFFOLK COUNTY UNITED VETERANS PROJECT, INC.Provides veterans with continuous housing and support through all levels of recovery. Empowers veterans with information and support and serves as an advocate for program changes that will benefit the veteran. Call for additional information.SuffolkSUFFOLK COUNTY UNITED VETERANS PROJECT, INC.ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
SUPPORTIVE PERMANENT HOUSING FOR MENOffers supportive transitional housing to veteran and non veteran males with substance abuse/or mental illness issues. Each resident is assigned a Case Manager to develop a service-plan and connect them to eligible entitlements. Residents provided with transportation to counseling, medical and job training classes.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE PERMANENT HOUSING FOR MENUNITED VETERANS BEACON HOUSE, INC.
SUPPORTIVE PERMANENT HOUSING FOR WOMENOffers supportive transitional housing to females with substance abuse issues. Each resident is assigned a Case Manager to develop a service-plan and connect them to eligible entitlements. Residents provided with transportation to counseling, medical and job training classes.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE PERMANENT HOUSING FOR WOMENUNITED VETERANS BEACON HOUSE, INC.
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES (SSVF)-AMITYVILLEProvides a myriad of supportive services to very low-income Veteran families who are residing in permanent housing, are homeless and scheduled to become residents of permanent housing within a specified time period, or after exiting permanent housing, are seeking other housing that is responsive to such very low-income veteran family's needs and preferences. Support services include personal financial planning services, income support services, legal services, housing search and counseling, vocational and rehabilitation services through the New York State Department of Labor, employment training through the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center, outreach services, peer support, case management services, assistance obtaining VA benefits and other public benefits.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES (SSVF)-AMITYVILLEECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL (EOC) OF SUFFOLK, INC.
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES (SSVF)-PATCHOGUEProvides a myriad of supportive services to very low-income Veteran families who are residing in permanent housing, are homeless and scheduled to become residents of permanent housing within a specified time period, or after exiting permanent housing, are seeking other housing that is responsive to such very low-income veteran family's needs and preferences. Support services include personal financial planning services, income support services, legal services, housing search and counseling, vocational and rehabilitation services through the New York State Department of Labor, employment training through the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center, outreach services, peer support, case management services, assistance obtaining VA benefits and other public benefits.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES (SSVF)-PATCHOGUEECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL (EOC) OF SUFFOLK, INC.
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERANS FAMILIES(SSVF)-RIVERHEADProvides a myriad of supportive services to very low-income Veteran families who are residing in permanent housing, are homeless and scheduled to become residents of permanent housing within a specified time period, or after exiting permanent housing, are seeking other housing that is responsive to such very low-income veteran family's needs and preferences. Support services include personal financial planning services, income support services, legal services, housing search and counseling, vocational and rehabilitation services through the New York State Department of Labor, employment training through the Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center, outreach services, peer support, case management services, assistance obtaining VA benefits and other public benefits.SuffolkSUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES (SSVF)-RIVERHEADECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COUNCIL (EOC) OF SUFFOLK, INC.
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 AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY-DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORKSupports the American Legion and honors the sacrifice of those who serve by enhancing the lives of our veterans, military and their families, both at home and abroad. Advocates for veterans, educates citizens, mentors youth and promotes patriotism, good citizenship, peace and security. Call or visit website for local chapter locations.THE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY-DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORKTHE AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY-DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK
THE AMERICAN LEGION-DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORKCommunity service organization for the honorable discharged wartime veterans, male and female, of the United States armed services. Call or check website for local chapter locations.THE AMERICAN LEGION-DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORKTHE AMERICAN LEGION-DEPARTMENT OF NEW YORK
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
THE STEVEN A. COHEN MILITARY FAMILY CLINICProvides free, compassionate care for veterans and military families who are experiencing the long-term effects of all phases of military service and other life stresses, including relationship difficulties, school problems, and unemployment and relocation issues. We welcome veterans and military families-even if their loved one does not wish to seek care at this time. We define family broadly, including spouses, children, siblings, parents, grandparents, and significant others.THE STEVEN A. COHEN MILITARY FAMILY CLINICNYU LANGONE MEDICAL CENTER.
THE VET'S PLACE FOOD PANTRYOperates a food pantry for all Veterans, Military, and their families.SuffolkTHE VET'S PLACE FOOD PANTRYASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
THRIFT STOREProvides both agency residents and those in need in the community with vouchers for clothing, furniture and household items.SuffolkTHRIFT STOREUNITED VETERANS BEACON HOUSE, INC.
TRAFFIC AND PARKING VIOLATIONS AGENCYMaintains and enhances pedestrian and vehicular safety through education and timely adjudication of parking, red light camera, vehicle and traffic law violations. Trials are Monday-Friday set by the Hearing Officer with no admittance after 11:15am for morning sessions and no admittance after 3:30pm for afternoon sessions. Holds a special Veterans Docket Day designed to give special consideration to U.S. military veterans on the third Friday of every month that are aimed to help veterans lift or avoid driver license suspensions and reduce or withdraw traffic tickets.SuffolkTRAFFIC AND PARKING VIOLATIONS AGENCYSUFFOLK COUNTY TRAFFIC AND PARKING VIOLATIONS AGENCY
TRAGEDY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR SURVIVORS, INC.Provides a support network for the surviving families of those who have died in service to America. TAPS has a small professional staff and a large national volunteer network. Call for more information.TRAGEDY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR SURVIVORS, INC.TRAGEDY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FOR SURVIVORS, INC.
TRANSITIONAL HOUSINGOffers transitional housing to homeless veterans. Each resident is assigned a Case Manager to develop a service-plan and connect them to eligible entitlements. Residents provided with transportation to counseling, medical and job training classes.SuffolkTRANSITIONAL HOUSINGUNITED VETERANS BEACON HOUSE, INC.
VALLEY STREAM CLINICOne of five community-based outpatient clinics offering services to veterans living in the Long Island area. Call for more information.NassauVALLEY STREAM CLINICNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
VA MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CENTERS OF EXCELLENCEThe MS Centers of Excellence are dedicated to further the understanding of the disease, its impact on Veterans, and effective treatments to help manage MS symptoms. By partnering with Veterans, caregivers, and health care providers we hope to minimize disease impairment and increase the quality of life for Veterans with MS. Our goals are to improve the quality and consistency of health services delivered to veterans with MS across the country.VA MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CENTERS OF EXCELLENCEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
VET2VET PEER NETWORKING GROUPSVet2Vet groups are small groups of veterans, who meet weekly, to share knowledge, provide mutual support and share resources. Groups will maintain confidentiality, and are open to veterans of all generations, regardless of discharge status. Check with website for meeting times and location.NassauVET2VET PEER NETWORKING GROUPSMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
VETERAN AFFAIRSProvides advocacy and information and referral regarding veteran's benefits, rights and health issues.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICESTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
VETERANS' AFFAIRSAdvocates on behalf of all veterans, advises Supervisor and Town Council on veterans' affairs and issues, promotes military observances and holidays to the general public, and educates the community regarding significant contributions by veterans to America's freedom.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES-SENIOR SERVICESTOWN OF SOUTHAMPTON
VETERANS BUSINESS PROGRAMOffers a program initiated by the U. S. Small Business Administration's Office of Veteran's Business Development, which is a program designed to enable men and women who have served in the Armed Forces to take full advantage of the opportunities presented by owning and operating their own business. In addition to the comprehensive services offered by the SBDC, the Veteran's Business Program also offers mentorship and networking services designed for veteran business owners. The Farmingdale SBDC hosts a Veteran representative, David Chiaro. He can be reached at (934)420-2892, or chiarod@farmingdale.edu. Call for more information about the program and its services. NassauVETERANS BUSINESS PROGRAMFARMINGDALE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 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
VETERANS' FOOD PANTRY-FREEPORTProvides a food pantry for Veterans, the Military and their families, and families in need. LI Cares hosts Military Appreciation Tuesdays in Huntington Station, Lindenhurst, and Freeport which gives veterans and their families access to food, personal care items, household products, pet food, and school supplies. Also veterans are provided with information and resources pertaining to veteran special benefits. LI Cares also operates a Mobile Pantry which delivers nutritious groceries to homebound, disabled veterans unable to access their local pantries.SuffolkVETERANS' FOOD PANTRY-FREEPORTLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
VETERANS' FOOD PANTRY-HUNTINGTON STATIONProvides a food pantry for Veterans, the Military and their families, and families in need. LI Cares hosts Military Appreciation Tuesdays in Huntington Station, Lindenhurst, and Freeport which gives veterans and their families access to food, personal care items, household products, pet food, and school supplies. Also veterans are provided with information and resources pertaining to veteran specific benefits. LI Cares also operates a Mobile Pantry which delivers nutritious groceries to homebound, disabled veterans unable to access their local pantries.SuffolkVETERANS' FOOD PANTRY-HUNTINGTON STATIONLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
VETERANS' FOOD PANTRY-LINDENHURSTProvides a food pantry for Veterans, the Military and their families, and families in need. LI Cares hosts Military Appreciation Tuesdays in Huntington Station, Lindenhurst, and Freeport which gives veterans and their families access to food, personal care items, household products, pet food, and school supplies. Also veterans are provided with information and resources pertaining to veteran special benefits. LI Cares also operates a Mobile Pantry which delivers nutritious groceries to homebound, disabled veterans unable to access their local pantries.SuffolkVETERANS' FOOD PANTRY-LINDENHURSTLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
VETERANS HEALTH ALLIANCE OF LONG ISLANDCollaboration of over 50 nonprofits, veterans' organizations, the VA, elected officials and other stakeholders with the mission of promoting the health and wellness of Long Island Veterans and their families through advocacy and a broad array of services.NassauVETERANS HEALTH ALLIANCE OF LONG ISLANDVETERANS HEALTH ALLIANCE OF LONG ISLAND
VETERANS & MILITARY SERVICESOffers convenience along with a private education. You can take courses where it best suits you: Online, at our campuses in Brooklyn and on Long Island, or at a military installation—Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island, the Jones Beach Coast Guard Station in Freeport, SFO Moriches in East Moriches and the Shinnecock Coast Guard Station in Hampton Bays. Check Off-Campus Course Offerings for information on current courses. If you are, or have been, part of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force or Coast Guard, your benefits can help you earn a private college degree at St. Joseph's College at little or no cost to you. SJC offers a special tuition rate of $250 per credit for service members (active duty, guard and reserve) enrolled for up to 10 credits. This amount is covered by Tuition Assistance (TA). SJC is a proud participant in the Post-9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program. Our knowledgeable staff is available to answer questions regarding TA and other military benefits. For details on the benefits that SJC offers to active military and veterans, see our Military Benefits page. Call for additional information about graduate or undergraduate programs.SuffolkVETERANS & MILITARY SERVICESST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
VETERANS PROGRAMAssists veterans or the surviving spouse of a veteran with financial aid through the VA to help pay for non-medical home care services, such as light housekeeping, errand running, and meal preparation. Call for more information.SuffolkVETERANS PROGRAMFAMILY FIRST HOME COMPANIONS, LLC.
VETERANS RECOGNITION PROGRAMProvides veterans with a list of businesses and the discounts they offer to servicemen and women.NassauVETERANS RECOGNITION PROGRAMNASSAU COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE
VETERANS RIGHTS PROJECTProvides assistance with Disability Rights, VA Benefits, Discharge Upgrades, Housing, Entitlements, Child Support(Restrictions), and Domestic Violence(Restrictions). Appointment required.NassauNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./HEMPSTEADNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
VETERANS RIGHTS PROJECTProvides assistance with Disability Rights, VA Benefits, Discharge Upgrades, Housing, Child Support(Restrictions), Domestic Violence(Restrictions), and Entitlements.SuffolkNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./ISLANDIANASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
VETERANS RIGHTS PROJECTProvides assistance with Disability Rights, VA Benefits, Discharge Upgrades, Housing, Child Support(Restrictions), Domestic Violence(Restrictions), and Entitlements. Appointment required.SuffolkNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC./RIVERHEADNASSAU SUFFOLK LAW SERVICES COMMITTEE, INC.
VETERAN'S SERVCIES-PFC DWYER PEER SUPPORT PROGRAM/VET2VETOffers peer-run free confidential weekly support groups for veterans and their spouses or partners.NassauVETERAN'S SERVICES-PFC DWYER PEER SUPPORT PROGRAM/VET2VETMENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF NASSAU COUNTY, INC.
VETERANS SERVICESServes the veterans of Brookhaven by gathering and providing information of benefits offered by the VA, State, County and local governments. This includes, but is not limited to matters pertaining to educational training, employment, health and medical services.SuffolkHOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES-VETERANS SERVICESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
VETERANS SERVICESOffers an ideal university for military students. We’re a Yellow Ribbon school, and we are ranked in the top 20 percent of military friendly colleges, universities and trade schools in the country. Active, reserve and veteran military students using Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefits or any other veterans affairs program benefits can apply and enroll in any of our associate, bachelor’s, credit certificate, master’s or doctoral programs across our eight schools and colleges. Whether you are interested in undergraduate or graduate programs, our goal is to create a smooth and efficient application experience for you. Adelphi is a member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Consortium, a group of colleges and universities dedicated to helping servicemembers and their families earn college degrees. We’re also a member of the Concurrent Admissions Program (ConAP), which allows soon-to-enlist or currently enlisted military personnel to enroll in and complete college courses while they continue their service commitments. The new Veteran Resource Center is an invaluable resource to Adelphi’s veterans, active duty military students and community. Current veteran students studying at Adelphi can use the center as a place to use a computer, print documents or recharge their devices, meet with other veterans on campus, find out more information about local veteran service agencies or meet with Adelphi offices that provide veteran-specific services. Offices, such as the Center for Career Development, Office of the University Registrar, Office of Student Financial Services and Swirbul Library, will also provide veteran-specific sessions in the center throughout the semester. Additionally, a veteran liaison from the Mental Health Association of Nassau County’s Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island will also be in the office twice a month to provide outreach and support to Adelphi veteran students. Call for more detailed information.NassauVETERANS SERVICESADELPHI UNIVERSITY
VETERANS SERVICESParticipates in the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Yellow Ribbon GI Education and Enhancement Program. Helps to fund tuition for veterans. Call or visit website for details.NassauVETERANS SERVICESHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
VETERANS SERVICESOffers veterans assistance and information about admission requirements, veterans' benefits and financial aid, academic and career advising, health and wellness counseling, disability support services, tutoring and student activities.NassauVETERANS SERVICESLIU POST
VETERANS SERVICESParticipates in the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Yellow Ribbon GI Education and Enhancement Program. Call or visit website for details.NassauVETERANS SERVICESNEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
VETERANS SERVICESProvides three residential treatment facilities exclusively for veterans struggling with chemical dependency, post-traumatic stress disorder and other life challenges. They are located in Manhattan, Richmond Hill, Queens, and Ellenville NY. The Ellenville facility is dedicated to female veterans and offers gender-specific treatment at a safe and encouraging environment for women veterans. Also operates the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) which provides community-based housing assistance and support services for at-risk veterans and their families. These services include temporary financial assistance, housing counseling, legal service referrals, daily living services, personal financial planning and transportation services.VETERANS SERVICESSAMARITAN DAYTOP VILLAGE
VETERANS SERVICESThe Office of Veterans Affairs and Career Center helps veterans coordinate their educational benefits. Also offers Vets-4-Vets peer mentoring to help guide new veterans students through the college experience and hosts a Veteran Student Organization.SuffolkVETERANS SERVICESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
VETERANS SERVICESAssists veterans in maximizing their benefits, supporting a successful transition to college and achieving their education and personal goals. Suffolk embraces the leadership skills and many other unique qualities military service members bring to our institution. With Veterans’ Clubs on each of our three campuses our student Veterans play a vital role in our tri-campus community. With a wide variety of programs: associate degrees and shorter-term certificates in many career and transfer programs as well as extensive workforce training and development programs, SCCC stands ready to serve our returning Veterans. Some key points on how choosing SCCC will benefit you:Reasonable tuition: As a unit of the State University of New York (SUNY), our tuition cost falls within the guidelines for the tuition cost cap established by the VA; Although we are the largest multi-campus community college in SUNY, we offer small class sizes; In-state tuition rates for all Veterans; Liberal withdrawal policy for military activations and deployments; Tuition Payment Plan fee waived for Veterans and Workforce training: Through our Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC) you can receive immediate training, gain national credentials and work-ready skills in areas including advanced welding, machining, quality control, mechanical assembly, blueprint reading and more.SuffolkVETERANS SERVICESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
VETERANS' SERVICESProvides quality service and advocacy for New York State veterans, armed forces members, their dependents and survivors, ensuring they receive benefits granted by law for their service to New York and the nation. Some of the services provided include: Career Assessment, Referral to Jobs, Contacting Employers on your behalf, Resume preparation assistance, Information on Federal, State and Local Civil Service Opportunities, Job Search Planning, Labor Market Information, Information on direct appointment to Civil Service positions and Referral to other agencies that provide services to veterans. Call for specific information and questions. Call the Toll-Free Veterans Employment Helpline at 1-800-342-3358. Also available are representatives in your area specifically trained to assist veterans in transitioning from the military, finding a new job or starting a new career. Contact your county office for current representative information.NassauVETERANS' SERVICESNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR/NASSAU
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
VETERANS SERVICES DIVISIONOffers veterans and their families guidance in matters relating to military service and securing benefits earned through military service.NassauDEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND YOUTH SERVICESTOWN OF OYSTER BAY
VETSFIRSTDirectly serves the needs of the disabled veteran community. Network of National Service Officers provides assistance and representation in claims for benefits and services before the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, other Federal and state agencies and legal representation before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.VETSFIRSTUNITED SPINAL ASSOCIATION
VETS-HELP.ORG, INC.Facilitates and coordinates leading medical research facilities which will be funded to work together to promote ways to help veterans and their families creates communities for the traumatically injured returning veterans in a supportive environment so they can buy their own affordable, well-built homes designed and built by veterans, especially for disabled veterans and their families provides vocational training as well as provides veterans assistance in helping establish their own business in order to help them re-integrate into society unifies veterans service organizations in order to effectively perform their missions in support of the National Disabled Veterans Business Council. This is accomplished by utilizing the print and broadcast media through the creation of television shows, films, documentaries, acquiring scripts, music and producing a concert series to entertain and make known to the public the issues related to returning from war.VETS-HELP.ORG, INC.VETS-HELP.ORG, INC.
VETS WORKAssists veterans secure gainful employment by providing professional development and job training support services and matching their skills set and qualifications with potential employers. Walk-ins welcome. Assistance available in Spanish. SuffolkVETS WORKLONG ISLAND CARES, INC., THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK
V.F.W. POST 8300Organization for United States armed forces veterans who served overseas in time of war. Promotes patriotism, and the welfare and interest of veterans and children.SuffolkV.F.W. POST 8300VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
VISION IMPAIRMENT CENTERS TO OPTIMIZE REMAINING SIGHT PROGRAMProvides services for veterans with low vision.SuffolkVISION IMPAIRMENT CENTERS TO OPTIMIZE REMAINING SIGHT PROGRAMNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
VISUAL IMPAIRMENT SERVICE TEAMProvides coordination of services for legally blind veterans and their families. Duties include providing and/or arranging for the provision of appropriate treatment modalities to enhance a blinded veteran's functioning level. Other duties include identifying new cases of blindness, providing professional counseling, resolving problems, arranging annual healthcare reviews and conducting education programs relating to blindness.SuffolkVISUAL IMPAIRMENT SERVICE TEAMNORTHPORT VA MEDICAL CENTER
VOCATIONAL COUNSELINGProvides job search and placement assistance, resume and interview preparation, clothing for interviews, school preparation and selection and referrals to funding sources for education for homeless veteran and those returning from active duty.SuffolkVOCATIONAL COUNSELINGUNITED VETERANS BEACON HOUSE, INC.
WILLIAM F. TAYLOR POST #9486Organization for United States armed forces veterans who served overseas in time of war. Promotes patriotism, and the welfare and interest of veterans.SuffolkWILLIAM F. TAYLOR POST #9486VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
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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