Nassau County


Veterans Service Agency: If you are a Nassau County Veteran in need of assistance including essential transportation, food pantry access and counseling services, call: 516-572-6565




Suffolk County


  • MHAW’s Mental Health is available to all Suffolk County Residents who require help in finding and accessing assistance for themselves, for a friend, or a family member. MHAW provides information and referrals to community resources for persons living with mental illness, their families, and service providers.
    • Mental Health Helpline: 631-471-7242 ext. 2, or email: helpline@mhaw.org
    • Dwyer Peer Support Project: click here to read more.
  • Yaphank Vets Place Shelter: Assistance with housing for the homesless, as well as support services. Lunch and dinner will be delivered each day. Dry, pre-packed breakfast is provided onsite.
  • If you are in immediate need to speak to someone or know someone in crisis you can contact: Veterans Crisis Line, open 24/7/365: 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1; or Text to 83825 or visit the Veterans Chat Support





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