Resources for Veterans
Here you’ll find links and information for Veterans, service members, and their families and friends.
Resources for those seeking help can be found at nyc.gov/vets, particularly on the Health Resources and Mental Health Services pages. You can call 212–416–5250, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact through social media using the handle @nycveterans for support. The Veterans Crisis Line can be reached by telephone at
1–800–273–8255 (Press 1) and by text at 838255.
Veteran & Military Community Survey
Take the Veteran and Military Community Survey to help NYC policymakers identify service gaps and better understand the needs of your community.
Veteran Project Resources
Here you’ll find local resources for food, housing, and other benefits.
Become and ETS Sponsor
Want to help service members with their transition? ETS Sponsors and have a significant impact upon a transitioning service member and their family.
NYS Division of Veterans' Services
The NYS DVS advocates on behalf of New York’s Veterans and their families, to ensure they receive benefits granted by law.
NYC Department of Veterans' Services
The NYC Department of Veterans’ Services fosters purpose driven lives for NYC service members, veterans, and their families.
Military VIP Program at RUMC
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
COVID-19 Veterans Homelessess
Veterans experiencing homelessness or at high risk of eviction during COVID-19 can get more information here.
Veterans Crisis Line
Call 800-273-8255 and press 1. The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, anonymous, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care.
“In Honor Of”
Produced by Ed Salek
- Staten Island PPS Veterans Programs and Initiative
- ETS-SP Program
- Problem Gambling, Veterans and Suicide Risk
- Veterans and Lethal Means and Suicide Prevention.