The Veterans Voice
The Westchester Community College Counseling Department is partnering with the
Veterans Club in an effort to provide information, assessment and referral to
all veterans and military personnel.
We take pride in assisting all college students. Let us know how we can help you
Westchester Community College
Valhalla, New York
Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Recently we launched a new
program called the Support And Family Education
(SAFE) Program. It’s a unique program because
the target audience is family/caregivers of
The SAFE program
information is posted on VA Hudson Valley’s
internet site at:
Stand up for Women Veterans - June 7
Veterans Club: Wednesday’s at 12:00 noon on weekly basis, classroom building-
Room 109 (common hour)
If you have questions please e-mail Jude Stenson : firstname.lastname@example.orgWomen's Research and Education Fund (WREF) is
giving out two scholarships to students that
meet the criteria outlined below.
WREF annually gives out
scholarships to deserving young women in
Westchester County. This is our first year
giving scholarships to female veterans.
Two scholarships for female
veterans will be given out at the Women's Hall
of Fame and Scholarship awards luncheon on March
8th, 11 am reception and pictures and 12 noon
lunch. THE Winners Must Attend. The event will
take place at the Rye Town Hilton, Rye Brook,
The first is a $2000 Con
Edison scholarship for a female veteran majoring
in STEM science, technology, engineering or math
The second is a $5000 Lanza Family Foundation
scholarship for an undergraduate student. No
particular criteria as to major.
In order to apply, you must
fill out the form on the following website:
www.wrefny.org/scholarship or email at Info@wrefny.org.
Please have your
application by February 11. You may e-mail the
completed forms to
If you have any questions,
please call 914- 275-2228 or by e-mail at
email@example.com/. Or you can contact
Debra Santora, LCSWR (914-606-6721) on campus
6/2013 Pilot program to highlight
women veterans. Planning in progress.
The New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s “Amazing
Things are Happening Here” campaign now features
a veteran treated at Weill Cornell.
view the commercials and segments by Dr. JoAnn
Difede, please visit:
PATSS has been providing free mental health
services to veterans and military families since
2005. To learn more about our services, and our
ongoing DoD-funded clinical trial for
combat-related PTSD, visit our website:
Intersections International: Is an organization that provides peace and dialogue
through direct service programs, advocacy, and outreach.
Using arts immersion, social marketing and
innovative methods they have developed news ways
to problem solve. One of their
developments has been the Veteran- Civilian
Dialogue that is a powerful form of community
building and healing.
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