Want to help service members with their transition? ETS Sponsors and have a significant impact upon a transitioning service member and their family.
Here you’ll find local resources for food, housing, and other benefits.
The NYC Department of Veterans’ Services fosters purpose driven lives for NYC service members, veterans, and their families.
The NYS DVS advocates on behalf of New York’s Veterans and their families, to ensure they receive benefits granted by law.
The Staten Island Veterans Center is currently open for limited in-person service, and screening all visitors for symptoms, due to COVID-19.
Get the latest information on everything from housing assistance to food/grocery assistance. You can also find out ways to help others.
The clinic provides primary & psychiatric care, social work, pharmacy, pain management, optometry, podiatry, nutrition, patient education and telehealth.
Members of the military are eligible for unique benefits through this program when they visit Richmond University Medical Center or their primary care sites across Staten Island. Learn more about the program and its benefits.
Veterans experiencing homelessness or at high risk of eviction during COVID-19 can get more information here.