Link to the Post's Facebook Page.
Link to the Post's Twitter Page
Link To the Post's Flickr Page
American Legion Related
American Legion National Website.
Information on obtaining a DD-214 form.
American Auxiliary National website.
Information on creating an American Legion membership account (myLegion.org).
American Legion Nassau County website.
Sons of the American Legion National website.
Information on other Nassau County American Legion Posts.
Information on other Suffolk County American Legion Posts.
American Legion Services Related
To be an advocate for veterans, their spouses and dependents with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, New York State, and Nassau County.
This guide lists the best military-friendly colleges in the U.S. to help the veterans find the support needed to pursue higher education.
Engineering Career Resources for Veterans.
To provide temporary and permanent residence for U.S. Military Veterans. To Provide emergency, temporary and permanent residence for men, women and women with children.
Free, Confidential Psychological Counseling for Iraq/Afghanistan Military Service Members, Veterans and their Loved Ones.
Supportive services are now available to low-income veteran families living in or transitioning to permanent housing in Nassau and Suffolk counties in Long Island.
The Nassau County “Veterans Recognition Program” is available to veterans free of charge in recognition of their service to our country. This program allows veterans the opportunity to record their Veteran Discharge (DD-214) papers free of charge with the Nassau County Clerk’s Office. Upon recording these documents, the veteran will be eligible to receive a Veterans Discount Photo ID card which provides discounts at participating businesses throughout Nassau County. Check out the full list of discounts for veterans: here.
Dozens of articles that list stores that offer discounts to military personnel & veterans
American Legion Health Related
Information on Mesothelioma as it relates to Veterans.
PTSD and Addiction Treatment for Veterans
We exist to help military veterans harmed by the contaminated water at Camp Lejeune to get the financial benefits they deserve. We’re ready to help you — at no out-of-pocket cost to you or your family.
According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, there are over 18.2 million veterans aged 65 and above, many of whom require long-term care. To address this issue and assist senior veterans and their families, we have created a comprehensive guide that explains various VA benefits, focusing on those applicable to seniors. This guide offers valuable insights into utilizing VA benefits to meet long-term care needs. It outlines eligibility requirements and provides a step-by-step application process to determine available options for financing their healthcare needs.