Veterans Health Alliance Initiative Launch..
Consider the possibilities...
If you are interested in having a member of our team come down to share some information concerning the increased need of support with regards to our LI veterans, or would like to learn a bit more about what we do, please do not hesitate to give us a call.
If you are already familiar with our services and would like to support the expansion of our vision we are now set up to accept online donations. Thank you for your interest and support!
Together we can make a difference...
Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island #
Jeffrey McQueen – Director of Veteran Services, VHALI, PFC Dwyer Peer Support Project –
Nassau /Vet2Vet Ext. 1202 JMcQueen@mhanc.org Rhea Spina – Project Coordinator, Veterans Health Alliance of Long
Island Ext. 1260 Rspina@mhanc.org Brent Russell - Program
Coordinator, PFC Dwyer Peer Support Project -Nassau/Vet2Vet Ext. 1312 Brussell@mhanc.org
The 8 Annual Reckless with Red
Skydiving For Veterans Health Fundraiser Was a HUGE SUCCESS!
We would like to thank the RWR family for all of their hard
work and dedicated efforts. Reckless with Red raised over $30,000 this
year.. By far our biggest year yet! We had a record number of veteran
jumpers and supporter turnout was unprecedented! Many new relationships
have been formed and existing relationships have no doubt strengthened!
We are very proud and honored to serve as the recipients of these
heartfelt and enthusiastically raised funds!
Reckless With Red on the Web
THE VETERANS HEALTH ALLIANCE
OF LONG ISLAND
DID YOU KNOW? That Long Island is home to over 125,000 veterans, and that we have one of the largest veterans population in the U.S.?
The Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island, a project of the Mental Health Association of Nassau County, is a collaborative effort of veterans and family members, the VA Medical Center in Northport, County Veteran Service Agencies, VET Centers, state and local mental health, local universities, non-profit agencies and elected
The mission of the Alliance is to: Promote the health and well-being of Long Island veterans and their family members through advocacy, and a broad array of services.