DAV’s National Legislative Actions

An opportunity to serve the veteran community as a DAV Transportation Network driver is the chance to become a part of one of the nation’s largest and most critical voluntary transportation programs serving veterans.

Here you will find resources throughout New York State.

Please utilize this form if you know of a resource in your area and we will add it.

There are numerous resources out there for help with education here is one that in addition to speaking with the School, college or universities admission department could be valuable in order to be a successful student. Click the button below.

There are numerous resources out there for help with jobs placements and helping with your resume here is one: 

For your information, please share with your Districts, Chapters, and potential members.

Vet2Vet Program

Resources Of Putnam County

If you find that you need assistance getting back into civilian life or help working with a fellow veteran,

we’ve provided some hotlines to assist you. 

Learn more about the Mental Health Association In Putnam County for a full list of resources. 

Some supportive resources include:

• Vet2Vet Warmline: (914) 519-8097
• Putnam County Dwyer Office: (845) 278-VETS (8387)
• VA Caregiver Support: (855) 260-3274
• Domestic Violence Hotline: (845) 728-2166
• Veterans Crisis Line: (800) 273-8255, Press One
• Veterans Service Agency: (845) 808-1620
• VA Carmel County Clinic: (845) 228-5291
• Putnam County Crisis Line: (845) 225-1222
• Center for Homeless Veterans: (877)-4-AID-VET
• Vet Center of Danbury: (203) 790-4000
Drug Crisis in Our Backyard

Vet2Vet is led by service members and veterans for service members and veterans in Westchester County and the surrounding area. 

Vet2Vet has no affiliation with the VA system or the Federal Government.

 Participation in our veterans support and peer networking programs is free, anonymous and confidential.

Each Vet2Vet gathering provides a place for service members and veterans to network 

with one another in a safe and nonjudgmental environment.Vet2Vet has no restrictions based on service dates or discharge status!

To talk to a veteran and learn more about becoming involved, please contact Andrea Molina, Marine Corps OIF Veteran, at (914) 358-4240 or email:

Andrea Molina, MBA, USMC OIF 1&3, Director of Veterans Services & Vet2Vet
(914) 358-4240

Jessica Encarnacion, MS, Case Manager
(914) 358-4239

Judith Liu, Caregiver Facilitator, Vet2Vet
(914) 559-2943


Mental health issues frequently appear when members of the armed forces make the transition

 from military life to civilian life. One group is helping – one puppy at a time. 

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Our members are everywhere in New York State this link below is the website portal to keep up with the tools and the resources they need to carry our mission on for generations.