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Our flagship COVID-19 program is the initiative, wherein volunteer veterans make supportive check-in calls to peers in their community. The calls provide vital information including where to get free meals, COVID-19 testing locations, and how to access online mental health support. Request a check-in call for you or a veteran you know or volunteer to make calls to fellow veterans at the . Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs) looking to check-in on members should email

DVS is supporting VSOs hit hard by the pandemic. Learn how your organization can receive a microgrant or Home Depot gift card.

To help New Yorkers affected by COVID-19 in other ways and to find COVID-19 related assistance, visit Help Now NYC.

Find a free COVID-19 testing site near you.

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Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamFood Assistance

DVS has partnered with GetFoodNYC to send food directly to homebound veterans in need. If you're a veteran who needs food assistance contact us at 212-416-5250 or

about our efforts to get food to veterans.

Free Meals for All New Yorkers

  • Three free meals are available for every New Yorker. Meals can be picked up at all Meal Hubs, between 7:30 am and 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Visit the to learn more. Text "NYC FOOD" or "NYC COMIDA" to 877-877 to find a Meal Hub near you.

Food Assistance Resource Guides

  • For an online food assistance resource guide visit .
  • Visit the .

Emergency Food Assistance

  • If you or someone you know needs food right away, call 's Emergency Food Hotline at 866-888-8777 or 311 to find a local pantry or kitchen.

Food Banks and Soup Kitchens

  • Visit to access a database of U.S. food banks by state.
  • Find your local food bank at .
  • Find mobile soup kitchen routes at .
  • Download the app to makes reservations at food pantries. .
  • Visit a Nutrition Kitchen pantry to pick up one week of free groceries for you or someone in need. NYC's Nutrition Kitchen food pantries have expanded their hours and added locations to make sure no New Yorker goes hungry during this crisis.

Food Assistance for Senior Veterans

Delivery Services

  • Place a request for delivery from an all-volunteer startup at .
  • Apply to receive meal delivery from . This nonprofit organization delivers food to individuals living with chronic illnesses or disabilities.

Benefits Assistance

  • You can apply for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits online at .
  • To shop for fresh groceries online using your SNAP benefits visit the online SNAP ordering page.
  • Receive reimbursement for essential goods at (only for families on SNAP Benefits).
  • Apply for assistance benefits and find a local food pantry at .
  • The (VOLS) Unemployed Workers Project provides free legal advice to low-wage and unemployed workers who are seeking government benefits. If you need support accessing benefits, call the Unemployed Workers Project hotline at 347-521-5720 or

Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamFor additional information regarding Food Resources contact DVS Engagement Coordinator:​

  • Eileen Barcene​

(646) 499-0055​

Emergency Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance for Veterans

  • for a comprehensive list of organizations that are providing financial assistance to veterans experiencing financial setbacks.
  • The is offering emergency cash assistance to qualifying veterans, military members, and families.
  • NYC Human Resources Administration's program offers cash for families in need.
  • is providing emergency financial assistance for veterans impacted by COVID-19.
  • offers veterans and servicemember financial assistance for critical family needs. Due to COVID-19, Operation Homefront will accept and process immediate requests for assistance outside the normal monthly application cycle.
  • The NYC Human Resource Administration's (HRA) allows NYC residents to apply for a one-time emergency grant that can be used for assistance with rent, utility bills, and disaster expenses. .
  • If your income has dropped due to COVID-19, consider contacting the NYC Financial Empowerment Center for free financial counseling over the phone.

Branch-Specific Aid

  • The provides no-interest loans and grants to Air Force servicemembers and Air Force families who experience unexpected financial emergencies.
  • The provides interest-free loans and grants to Active duty servicemembers and retired Sailors and Marines. The organization also offers financial counseling to help navigate this difficult period.
  • helps Coast Guard members who have been placed in a quarantine situation secure authorized loans of up to $6000.
  • offers emergency financial assistance to Army reservists, Army servicemembers who are on active duty or retired, and surviving families of Army servicemembers.
  • offers emergency funds if you are an active duty service member, member of an activated National Guard or Reserve unit, and military retirees. Immediate family members of active duty servicemembers, as well as spouse and widow(er)s of a military retirees, are also eligible. or call 877-272-7337 for support.

Freelancers, Artists, and Tipped Service Workers

  • If you are a freelancer struggling with nonpayment issues, you can file a complaint with the City.

Credit Reporting Protections

The (DFS) is working with New York's credit reporting industry to help New Yorkers avoid negative impacts on their credit reports during the COVID-19 crisis. DFS is also working to ensure that New York State-regulated financial institutions provide credit information in ways that minimize negative impacts on consumers.

Credit reporting agencies will now:

  • Provide one free credit report each month through November 2020
  • Inform financial institutions of procedures that allow institutions to report missed or delinquent payments in ways that minimize the impact on consumers' credit histories and credit scores
  • Inform financial institutions of their credit reporting obligations under the CARES Act
  • Inform financial institutions when credit reporting may not comply with CARES Act requirements

Tax Prep

Preparers from NYC Free Tax Prep can help you file taxes if you earn $64,000 or less (families) or $45,000 or less (single filer). The filing deadline (Tax Day) was July 15, 2020. However, you can still file your 2019 tax return for free at an NYC Free Tax Prep site or online through October 15, if you meet income requirements. Learn more about NYC Free Tax Prep.

Economic Impact Payment

The to claim your (EIP) is October 15th, 2020.
To receive your EIP payment you can file a 2019 tax return. If you are not required to file a tax return because your income is under $12,200 (single filers) or under $24,400 (joint filers) you can register for your payment as a "non-filer" on the .

Professional financial counselors from NYC Financial Empowerment CentersTrò chơi xổ số Việt Nam are available by phone to answer your questions and make sure you get your stimulus payment. .

Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamUnemployment Assistance

Unemployment Benefits Frequently Asked Questions

Wondering if you're eligible for unemployment benefits? Don't know which documents you need to apply? Need to know when you'll receive your benefits?

Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamIf you have questions about unemployment benefits visit ACCESSNYC's for answers.

Career Resources

The New York Science, Industry, and Business Library (SIBL) is offering the following

  • : with Career Coaches to help get your resume ready and improve your networking and interviewing skills.
  • : Video training tutorials in various skills including Microsoft, Adobe, HTML, salary negotiation, interviewing skills, business writing.
  • : Review resume samples, career guides, and professional assessments to discover your transferable skills.
  • Veterans facing unemployment due to COVID-19 or struggling to transition to civilian life can visit . The website provides tips on writing a great resume and cover letter and helps veterans prepare for job interviews.

Legal Aid

  • The (VOLS) Unemployed Workers Project provides free legal advice to low-wage and unemployed workers who are seeking government benefits. If you need support accessing benefits, call the Unemployed Workers Project hotline at 347-521-5720 or .

United States Department of Labor

  • New York State Department of Labor

    For additional information regarding Unemployment contact DVS Engagement Coordinator:​


    New York State's COVID Rent Relief Program provides up to four months of rental assistance to eligible households. New York State Homes and Community Renewal will prioritize households with the greatest risk of homelessness. The application deadline is August 6th.

    DVS Housing Support Services

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamEven as the DVS Housing team works remotely, they continue to find apartments, offer virtual tours, and do everything they can to rapidly house veterans in need. We're also collaborating with our partners to make sure that emergency shelters are as safe as possible.

    If you need housing assistance or if you believe you will be evicted from your residence once the NYS eviction moratorium ends on August 20th, please contact us at 212-416-5250 or

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamFor additional information regarding Housing & Support Services contact:​

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamFor additional information regarding Eviction​ 

    Prevention contact:​

    • Angela Guyton-Cyril​
      (646) 740-8156​

      Housing Support

      Rental Assistance

      The provides rental assistance to eligible veterans. To receive services you must currently have a household income that does not exceed 50% of the area median income. For more information about the SSVF program email or call 877-737–0111.

      Eviction Protection

      • Your landlord cannot evict you or ask you to leave your apartment because you test positive for COVID-19. If your landlord attempts to remove you or discriminates against you due to your COVID-19 diagnosis, please file a complaint with the NYC Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) by calling 311 or filing a report to CCHR online.


      • To learn more about NYCHA's efforts to support public housing residents and Section 8 participants struggling with rent hardships visit the . NYCHA encourages residents experiencing financial hardships to visit the .

      Support for Homeless Veterans

      • Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamAccess ’s services for homeless and at-risk Veterans, available 24/7​: 1-877-4AID-VET​ (1-877-424-3838)​

        Homeless veterans are also welcomed at NYC Department of Homeless Service

      Additional Support

      Read NYC Mayor’s Office for Tenant Protection information and resource guide for tenants.

      Call 311 and ask for the Tenant Helpline.

    Energy Assistance

    Con Edison 2020 Emergency Summer Cooling Credits

    ConEd customers in New York can enroll in the Low Income Discount program to receive an automatic credit on summer energy bills. The credit is designed to help with the cost of running air-conditioning as New Yorkers stay indoors due to COVID-19. If you have any questions, please email us or call 1-800-75-CONED.

    Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

    Eligible New Yorkers can receive support in purchasing and installing an air conditioner or a fan through the .

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt Nam You can apply for the HEAP Cooling Assistance by reaching out to your . .

    Business Support

    Business Reopening Support

    The NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) is offering an array of support and resources to ensure businesses reopen safely including:

    • Marketplace: Visit SBS's to find face coverings, PPE, cleaning supplies, portable furniture, and more.
    • Hotline: If you have questions about reopening your business call SBS's hotline at 888-SBS4NYC or visit the SBS .
    • Webinars & Workshops: NYC SBS is hosting online workshops to help business owners navigate reopening. .

    SBA Support

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamThe U.S. Small Business Administration is accepting applications again for the following programs:

    • The provides low-interest loans of up to 30 years. Applicants who are declined for a loan can still receive a $10,000 grant. Businesses, nonprofit organizations, independent contractors, and self-employed individuals can apply.
    • Under (PPP) loans are forgiven if businesses keep employees on the payroll for 8 weeks and the money is used for payroll, rent, mortgage payments, or utilities. Any veteran's organization, nonprofit, and business with 500 employees or fewer can apply to this program. The new deadline to apply for a Paycheck Protection Program loan is August 8, 2020. .
    • As part of the SBA's efforts, the SBA will pay the interest, principle, and fees for new and current microloans for 6 months.
    • The provides quick access to up to $25,000 for small businesses that already have a relationship with an SBA lender. Contact your existing SBA Express Lender to apply.

    Visit the SBS website for free assistance applying for emergency funding programs, including the Economic Injury Disaster Loan and Grant and the PPP.

    Grants for Small Businesses

    • : Grants for small businesses in the Bronx.
    • : Matching grants for small businesses that raise at least $500 on GoFundMe.
    • Matching grants for manufacturing businesses.
    • : Grants for small businesses in Prospect Heights.

    Additional Loans for Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

    • : Provides affordable loans to small businesses with 20 or fewer employees and less than $3 million in gross revenues. Priority will be given to industries and regions that have been reopened. .
    • : Loan for restaurants, retail stores, service businesses, and wholesalers. Applications will open soon. Contact info@renaissance if you have any questions)

    Digital Marketing Resources & Online Support

    Nonprofit Support

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamThe following grants are available to nonprofits organizations facing financial difficulties due to COVID-19:

    Additional useful resources for nonprofits

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamEducation Services

    Online Continuing Education

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt Nam is holding online education programs for veterans. Courses include:

    • ESOL (English as a Second Language)
    • TASC (High School Equivalency available in both English and Spanish speakers)
    • College Road (College Preparation)
    • Job Road and Computer Training

    Interested candidates must have their DD-214. To learn more, contact: Michael A Grant at (212) 854-9621 or

    Online Tutoring

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamActive duty servicemembers and reservist can receive free online tutoring at . Expert tutors are available 24/7 to offer support in over 100 K-12 and college-level subjects, including math, writing, reading, ELL, science, English, social sciences, history, accounting, finance, nursing, world languages, computer science, study skills, and test prep.

    For more information regarding Education contact DVS Engagement Coordinator:​

    • Amauri Espinal​
      (646) 799-2728​​

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamMilitary Families and Caregivers

    Military Spouses

    • The program provides military spouses with resources to create an academic plan, search for scholarships, develop their resume, and find the right career.

    Childhood Education

    • Families can request to have an internet-enabled device delivered to their home to aid their child's remote learning by filling out the . For more information about remote learning and technical support visit .
    • NYC will provide iPads to students with disabilities in religious and independent nonpublic schools. Families can request tablets DOE has acquired for remote learning by visiting the or by calling 311.
    • is offering free educational projects to keep children engaged with learning while staying home.
    • View this online presentation to and support your child's remote learning.

    Domestic Violence

    • We understand home is not always safe. , women veterans are more likely to experience Intimate Partner Violence than civilian women. Compounding this issue is the rise of domestic abuse cases worldwide due to COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. If you are experiencing domestic abuse, please call NYC's 24-hour support hotline at 1-800-621-4673. Call 911 for emergencies. For additional services visit New York State also operates a domestic violence hotline that you can contact at 1-800-942-6906.

    Helpful Articles

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    • Visit to learn how to talk to your children about coronavirus.

    For additional information regarding Military Caregiver and Survivor Support contact DVS Engagement Coordinator:​



    The numbers say it all: As more New Yorkers get tested for COVID-19, the number of positive cases in NYC drops.

    Learn . If you test positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who has, NYC's Test & Trace Corps will give you a call to connect to health services. Please answer the phone if you get a call from:

    • NYC Test+Trace
    • a 212 number
    • "NYS Contact Tracing" (518-387-9993)

    All calls are confidential and private.

    VA Healthcare

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamVeterans who have not applied for VA healthcare and/or have seen an income change due to the crisis can learn if they qualify for VA healthcare by visiting the or calling 1-877-222-VETS (8387). Eligible Veterans can apply for VA healthcare by calling 1-877-222-VETS (8387) or visiting the

    VA Telehealth Services

    • the VA's online patient portal, where Veterans can ask non-urgent questions to their VA healthcare team, schedule appointments for , and fill prescriptions.
    • allows Veterans to talk to their VA healthcare providers through private and secure video messaging using their phones and computers. To arrange an appointment, please call (877) 877-9267.
    • The mobile app is another option for Veterans to refill prescriptions and have them delivered to their homes.
    • lets Veterans receive texts with updated COVID-19 information. It can also help Veterans monitor symptoms if they need to contact their local facility for care.

    Community Health Services

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamMental Health Support

    One on One Support

    • ThriveNYC has released a new guide which provides a comprehensive list of city services that are available for those in need of assistance.
    • is a confidential helpline for mental health and substance abuse services. Trained counselors can provide you with support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in over 200 languages. To reach NYC Well, call 888-NYC-WELL or text WELL to 65173.
    • Veterans and those concerned about a Veteran can call the Veterans Crisis Line at 800-273-8255 (press 1), text 838255, or access .
    • connects Veterans to organizations that provide free therapy and counseling services to Veterans. Additionally, VetConnectNYC is able to introduce Veterans to other non-counseling related services they may need. VetConnectNYC's telephone number is 833-VETS-NYC.
    • Over 6,000 mental health professionals have signed up with the New York State Office of Mental Health to provide online services for New Yorkers struggling with the COVID-19 crisis. Contact the Emotional Support Helpline at 1-844-863-9314 to schedule a free appointment. The Helpline is available 7 days a week from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
    • The is a tech nonprofit dedicated to promoting wellness and preventing suicide within the military community. Download the Objective Zero app to access mental health resources and connect to a peer support network.
    • is treating current and new veteran clients online during the COVID-19 emergency. .
    • Veterans, family members, and caregivers can seek 24/7 help from ' confidential peer support network. Receive immediate, free, and long-term peer support through private chats, emails, phone, and text conversations.
    • provides veterans with a Wellness Coordinator who provides personalized attention and develops wellness plans that are customized to address individual veteran's specific needs.

    Online Mental Health Services

    • The is providing free and confidential screenings, intakes, and therapy sessions via Zoom.
      • As part of their Telemental Health Program, doctors at the are providing online mental healthcare to veterans and their families. Online appointments can be scheduled through the . For more information, call 855-698-4677.
      • (NAMI) is offering mental health support. Call 212-684-3264 from 10 am to 6 pm. You can also email NAMI has also launched NYC Wellness Chats, a weekly online chat available to anyone who wants to connect and share. You can learn more about NYC Wellness Chats, and to find online support groups, visit .

      Substance Abuse Recovery

      For veterans in recovery, the following organizations are providing online meetings:

      Helpful Articles

      • to read articles on supporting loved ones with depression and managing your emotional well-being while practicing social-distancing.
      • .


    Transportation to VA Appointments

    • The pays veterans back for travel expenses to and from health care appointments.
    • Participating VA medical centers (VAMCs) offer transportation services to VA appointments and authorized non-VA appointments. Learn more about the .

    Transportation for Veterans with Disabilities

    • The gives people with disabilities access to green and yellow wheelchair accessible taxis. To schedule a ride, call 311 or 646-599-9999. You can also or .
    • operates provide free transportation to VA medical facilities for sick veterans. View the to contact a coordinator.
    • The NYC Department for the Aging (DFTA) offers transportation services for New York City residents who are 60 years old and older. For transportation services enter your information in DFTA’s contact form.
    •  is a service for any American who needs a free ride to a polling site to vote.

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamVeterans with Disabilities

    Resource Guide

    Transportation Services

    • The gives people with disabilities access to green and yellow wheelchair accessible taxis. To schedule a ride, call 311 or 646-599-9999. You can also or .
    • operates provide free transportation to VA medical facilities for sick veterans. View the to contact a coordinator.

    Service Animals

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamLegal Services

  • .
  • Legal Services for Senior Veterans

    • Veterans, age 60 and older, can contact for help with:
      • obtaining life planning documents that are essential to protecting their legal rights and health care decisions
      • Last Will and Testament
      • power of attorney
      • health care proxy
      • landlord-tenant issues
      • access to benefits
      • general civil legal advice and referrals
      To request legal services, call 347-521-5725 or email Leave a message with your name, phone number, and the best days and times you can be reached.

    Legal Services for Unemployed Workers

    • The 's Unemployed Workers Project provides free legal advice to low-wage and unemployed workers who are seeking government benefits. If you need support accessing benefits, call the Unemployed Workers Project hotline at 347-521-5720 or
    • For legal assistance and referrals visit .


    Veterans are encouraged to volunteer with Mission: VetCheck to make wellness calls to other New York City veterans and provide information on available public services.

    Virtual Volunteer Opportunities

    offers several virtual volunteer opportunities to serve children, the chronically ill, the elderly, new immigrants, people with disabilities, and the homeless. Examples of volunteer opportunities include:

    • mentoring children online
    • sending cards and letters to nursing home residents
    • teaching ESL classes online
    • facilitating virtual career-readiness events for formerly incarcerated individuals

    Make Deliveries

    Volunteer with to deliver groceries to New Yorkers who are unable to leave their homes due to a disability or an increased vulnerability to COVID-19.

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamYou can only perform deliveries if you are feeling healthy, are displaying no symptoms, have not traveled out of the country or come in contact with a sick person in the past 14 days, and have been practicing social distancing.

    Support Seniors

    Help NYC's most vulnerable population from experiencing social isolation. Volunteer with the New York City Department for the Aging to make phone calls to older adults.

    All volunteers must:

    • Be age 21 or older
    • Pass a background check (a Social Security number is required)
    • Be patient with and kind to older adults
    • Maintain the confidentiality of people served

    To learn more call 212-AGING-NYC (212-244-6469) or visit the New York City Department for the Aging volunteer page.

    Donate Blood

    COVID-19 has caused a dramatic reduction in the U.S. blood supply, putting Americans in need of blood transfusions at serious risk.

    More Ways to Volunteer

    • To learn how your family can support your community visit .
    • For more ways to volunteer in NYC's relief efforts visit the Help Now NYC page.


    NYC has seen a rise in coronavirus scams. Scammers are using fake websites, text messages, phone calls, and phishing emails to steal information and defraud New Yorkers. DON'T FALL FOR IT!

    The New York State Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) recently issued a series of precautions that veterans and others can take to protect themselves.

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamITS recommends to:

    • Use trusted sources, such as legitimate government websites, for up-to-date, fact-based information about COVID-19. Check for misspellings within a link - for example, an address that should end with .gov ending in .com or .org instead. (Note, the World Health Organization uses a .int domain.)
    • Exercise extreme caution when responding to individual pleas for financial assistance such as those posted on social media, crowdfunding websites, or in an email, even if it appears to originate from a trusted source.
    • Be cautious of emails or websites that claim to provide information, pictures and/or videos.
    • Do not open unsolicited emails or click on the links or attachments in those emails.
    • Never reveal personal or financial information in an email or to an untrusted website.
    • Hang up on robocalls. Do not press any numbers.

    Visit for more advice on protecting yourself from scams.

    Discrimination, Harassment, and Hate Crimes

    • There has been an increase of harassment directed at due to COVID-19. If you or someone you know have faced harassment or discrimination contact the New York City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) by filling out this online CCHR form or by calling 311 and asking for "human rights." If you are a victim of or witness a hate crime, call 911.

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamVeterans Events

    • Many veteran-specific events have been postponed, canceled, or moved online. Head over to for updated event info. Please contact organizers before attending events that have not been listed as postponed or canceled.
    • We encourage everyone to cancel plans and stay indoors in order to limit the spread of COVID-19.

    Relevant Government Agencies

    Federal Government

    • Visit the (CDC) for more information on the following:

    State Government

    City Government

    Employment Support

    Job Boards

    COVID-19 Relief Effort Jobs:

    NYC has launched the Home Health Aide (HHA) Training Program to help home care agencies manage the surge of COVID-19 patients. HHAs supports clients with daily living activities, such as housekeeping, meal preparation, bathing, dressing, and grooming.

    Immediate Hiring for Veterans with Medical Training 

    NYC public hospitals and nursing homes are looking to fill the following clinical positions immediately:

    • Registered Nurses (RNs)
    • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
    • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs)

    Learn more and apply.

    Work from Home Toolkit

    The NYC Mayor's Office of the Chief Technology Officer has developed a toolkit to help New Yorkers make the most of working from home. The advice and tips in this toolkit have been drawn from a variety of sources with expert knowledge in working from home best practices. See the toolkit.

    Additional Resources

    The New York Science, Industry, and Business Library (SIBL) is offering the following 

      For more information regarding Employment contact DVS Engagement Coordinator:​

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamJoin COVID-19 Relief Efforts

    Donate Supplies

    • More information is available at . Contact

    Manufacture Supplies

    • If you're a veteran business owner or veteran entrepreneur and you believe your company can donate medical supplies, please fill out . If your company can source or manufacture medical supplies such as face shields, gowns, ventilators, and masks please visit the .

    Share Your Space

    • American Legions, VFWs, and other VSOs are encouraged to share their space to support NYC's emergency operations and community outreach events. Visit the Office of Emergency Management to learn how you can share your space.

    LGBT Support

    COVID-19 Resource Guide

    has launched an online NYC LGBTQ COVID guide.

    This mobile-accessible website contains nearly 100 listings of LGBTQ+ affirming services still available citywide, including food programs, legal services, health resources, and more. See the

    Caregiver Support

    LGBTQ caregivers can visit resource guide to find tips, learn how to develop a care plan, and access support networks. .

    LGBT Veteran Care Coordinator

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamEvery VA medical center has an LGBT Veteran Care Coordinator who can support LGBT veterans to address their health care needs. .

    LGBTQ Support Groups

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamThe Brooklyn and Manhattan VA campuses offer support groups for LGBT veterans. The support groups provide a safe and supportive space for LGBTQ veterans to share current and past struggles. .

    Trò chơi xổ số Việt NamRelevant Non-Profit Organizations