Join Family Services of Westchester - Vet2Vet for a Virtual Benefits Workshop focused on women's health issues on Wednesday, April 28, 7:30-8:30pm (EST).
Join them for an informational session on how to become service connected, navigate through claims, and the appeals process.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum presents their annual 5k Run/Walk virtually on Sunday, April 25, 9am for the Nationwide Opening Ceremony and fun online experience. Participate in the run/walk at any time of day. Fundraise, run, or walk any distance you choose from wherever you are, and log it online.
Thousands will unite across the country to ensure that the 9/11 Memorial & Museum can continue its essential mission of commemoration, education and inspiration. Together, runners will collectively run and walk 20,000 miles, fulfilling our promise to never forget almost 20 years later. It’s never been more important to stay connected, so register today and get ready to run and walk together.
The VFW, American Legion, Catholic Charities, Community Hope, New Jersey Veterans Network, American Red Cross, and NJ Department of Veterans and Military Affairs present the Cranford Veterans Stand Down at the VFW Post 335 on Wednesday, April 21, 10am-2pm.
Services include benefits, claims, housing, men's & women's clothing, lunch, and other services.
401 Centennial Ave
First parking lot on the right
Cranford, NJ 07016
Google map and directions
Staten Island Vet Center offers a webinar about the VA Caregiver Program on Monday, April 26, 12-1pm (Eastern Time).
Caregivers play an important role in the health and wellbeing of veterans. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers a number of services to support family caregivers including a monthly stipend to primary family caregivers of veterans with moderate and severe needs. A stipend is defined as a monthly financial payment provided to a primary family caregiver of an eligible veteran.
Register here. Once your registration is confirmed, a form will be sent out to every participant that should be completed and returned before the event.
Staten Island Vet Center offers a webinar about the VA Work-Study Program on Friday, April 30, 12-1pm (Eastern Time).
The Bronx Vet Center will host Sergeant’s Time: VA National Cemeteries and Memorial Products, a virtual session on Tuesday, April 20, 6-7pm (Eastern Time). Sergeant's Time sessions are monthly virtual presentations on a variety of topics of interest, open to all combat eras, genders, and caregivers.
Register for the Webex here.
Once you register you will be provided a web link and password to access the live presentation via your computer, tablet, or smartphone. If you would prefer to join the presentation by phone, contact the organizer and a phone number will be provided to you.