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    Taxonomy Code: YJ-2050.2090

    The parents, children or spouses of people who have been honorably discharged as veterans of military service. Included are families of deceased veterans.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    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.
    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
    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.
    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
    FAMILY SUPPORTProvides support for caregivers of wounded service members through a variety of programs. Couples, Singles and Family Wellness Retreats offer weekend counseling retreats and Caregiver Dinners provide group dinners for caregivers close to major military centers. Call for more information.FAMILY SUPPORTHOPE FOR THE WARRIORS
    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.
    IMMEDIATE NEEDSOffers financial assistance to wounded service members, their families and families of the fallen. Provides integrated case management working with various agencies including nonprofit organizations, Department of Defense, the VA and/or warrior unit affiliated with the wounded service member and related medical professionals. Financial grants cover needs that are directly related to a service member's injury. Typical grants cover household utilities, gas cards for vehicle use to appointments, groceries, rent, mortgage and rental deposits. Call for more information.IMMEDIATE NEEDSHOPE FOR THE WARRIORS
    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
    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 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
    NASSAU COUNTY VETERANS CENTERProvides trauma psychotherapy and bereavement counseling to family members.NassauNASSAU COUNTY VETERANS CENTERUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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 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
    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
    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 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

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