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Since 2015, NYC Veterans Alliance has served veterans & their families as a member-driven, grassroots policy advocacy and community-building organization.

We welcome you to learn more about our successes in connecting, advocating for, and empowering our community to make change as civic leaders. Everyone is welcome to join our ranks as active, contributing members. We also welcome any support for our work, large or small.


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    NYC Veterans Alliance Signature Effort to Name Manhattan VA for First Woman Veteran Becomes Law

    January 14, 2021 - Yesterday, as the nation watched as he was impeached for the second time, President Donald J. Trump signed into law H.R. 1925 / S. 898 (now known as Public Law No: 116-331), which is the culmination of more than two years of steadfast advocacy by NYC veterans and allies. This new law designates the Manhattan Campus of the New York Harbor Health Care System of the Department of Veterans Affairs as the Margaret Cochran Corbin Campus of the New York Harbor Health Care System, the first VA Medical Center to be named in honor of a woman who served as a member of the U.S. Armed Forces.   
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    Testimony: Impacts of COVID-19 on New York’s Veterans

    On August 14, 2020, Deputy Director James Fitzgerald testified before a joint hearing by the New York State Senate Standing Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security & Military Affairs, Assembly Standing Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, and Assembly Subcommittee on Women Veterans on the impacts of COVID-19 on New York's veterans. His full testimony:
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    Veterans Mutual Aid - NYC Metro

    Updated 1/12/21 - Since mid-March 2020, veteran volunteers and NYC Veterans Alliance staff have been helping veterans and their families with the realities they're facing during this pandemic. Whether it's an emergency hotel stay when housing programs fail, or nutritious groceries when they're too expensive or unavailable, or help with overdue essential bills, or just a knowledgeable, friendly fellow veteran to check in with -- we want to be there for you. Please let us know what you need by filling out our Veterans Mutual Aid Request Form: CLICK HERE TO REQUEST HELP You can also call us at 929-265-4549. You've asked us questions--and we want to help with answers. Here's the latest updated information:
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