Senator Michelle Hinchey, in collaboration with the Hudson Valley Center for Veteran Reintegration and Ulster County Veteran Services Agency, announces the upcoming Veterans & Military Families Resource Fair.
The event aims to connect veterans and their families with essential programs and services to support their well-being and transition to civilian life. The event will take place Thursday, July 27, 4 - 6 p.m. at the VFW Brannen - van den Berg Post 8645 at 101 NY-Route 208, New Paltz.
This resource fair will bring together various organizations and agencies that offer a wide range of assistance, including health, employment, housing resources, and more.
The following organizations will be participating in the event:
• New York State Senator Michelle Hinchey
• Hudson Valley Center for Veteran Reintegration
• New Paltz Brannen - van den Berg VFW Post 8645
• Ulster County Veterans Services Agency
• Mid-Hudson Small Business Development Center
• Clear Path 4 Vets
• Office of General Service - Disabled Veterans Business Development
• NY Helmets to Hardhats
• NYS Comptroller’s Office of Unclaimed Funds
• NYS Office of Mental Health - Suicide Prevention Center of New York State
• NYS Office of Mental Health - 988
• NYS Commission for the Blind
• Hudson Valley Hospice
• Legal Services of the Hudson Valley
• Mid-Hudson Problem Gambling Resource Center - New York Council on Problem Gambling
• Department of Corrections and Community Supervision, Recruitment and Community Relations Unit
• VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System
• SUNY Ulster: Office of Veterans and Military Affairs
• Department of Labor
• Ulster County American Legion
• Maternal Infant Services Network
• Kingston VA Outpatient Clinic
• Ellenville Regional Hospital
• NYS Troopers
• Free Insurance Information from Donna King Agency
• WestCOP Supportive Services for Veteran Families
This event provides a unique opportunity for veterans and military families to interact directly with these organizations and gain valuable insights into the various resources available to them. From educational opportunities to healthcare services, employment assistance and mental health support, the resource fair aims to address the diverse needs of our veteran community.