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Wayne Resource Guide Information and Referral

American Legion
The American Legion is the nation's largest veterans service organization, committed to mentoring and sponsorship of youth programs in our communities, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting a strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans.

American War Dads Wayne County Chapter 57
Meetings held every 3rd Monday at 7pm, Marion American Legion located at 4141 Witherden Road, Marion, NY 14505. American War Dads Chapter 57 Mission is to help support veterans by raising money and making donations to charitable organizations. New members are welcome.

Army Strong Community Center
2035 Goodman St. N., Ste. 103, Rochester
Serving all branches of the military, active and reserve, ASCC is an information and referral office dedicated to assisting and supporting Service Members, Retirees, Veterans and Family Members. Provide resources and referrals for many quality of life issues such as: Health Insurance (Tricare), VA Benefits (GI Bill), Community Resources, Succeeding as a Military Family and Retirement Benefits.

Department of Veterans Affairs
The general toll-free number for the Department of Veterans Affairs can provide you with a wide array of information, verify the status of disability or survivors. benefits payments, check on benefits for which you may be eligible including home loans, life insurance, education and health care, information on establishing a direct deposit account, directions to VA regional offices and the ability to access a VA benefits counselor.

Disable American Veterans (DAV)
PO Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH
Benefits assistance, job search, memberships, and volunteer opportunities for veterans and active military duty. Call for help or visit website for connection to local group closest to your zip code.

Free legal aid in New York and information about your legal rights, courts, and more. Provides information and free services on law consequences of criminal charges, internet fraud: crimes and prevention, housing, family and juvenile, public benefits, health, education, immigration/immigrants, veterans and military, consumer issues, disability, workers rights, taxes, discrimination and civil rights and seniors.

Military OneSource
(24-hour) 800.342.9647

  • ARMY - "Army OneSource" 800-464-8107
  • MARINES - "Marines OneSource" 800-869-0278
  • NAVY - "Navy OneSource" 800-540-4123
  • AIR FORCE - "Air Force OneSource" 800-707-5784
Military OneSource consultants can provide a brief assessment and referral to mental health professionals across the country for six free counseling sessions.

New York State Division of Veterans' Affairs
Provides information and application on health treatment and benefits.

U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs Health Benefits Service Center
877.222.VETS (8387)
Find out if you are eligible for benefits, how to apply, and what it will cost by calling the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Health Benefits Service Center toll-free.

Veterans Outreach Center (VOC) of Rochester
459 South Ave., Rochester
VOC seeks out veterans in need who continue to suffer in silence/ battling personal wars that can be won. Veterans receive services needed to regain their mental/physical and economic health; reconnect with themselves and society; and resume productive lives.

Wayne Behavioral Health Network
1519 Nye Rd., Lyons
Wayne Behavioral Health Network is an agency which treats individuals with mental health, substance abuse and behavioral problems. Individual, group and family treatment is available. Treatment is coordinated with your primary care physician and covered by many types of insurances. Call to set up an intake appointment. Client must meet admission criteria. Hours: Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8:30am-5pm, Tues. & Wed. 8:30am-8pm.

Wayne County Veterans Service Agency
16 William St., Lyons
The Veterans Service Agency provides in depth counseling and followup service on all benefits claims for veterans, their dependents and children. Call for an appointment. Have you lost or misplaced your separation papers/DD214? It is possible we may have a copy on file in the office for you. Our office stores thousands of Wayne County Veterans records from WWII to present. If we don.t have it here we can help you obtain a copy from the National Personal Records Center at 314.801.0800. Hours: Mon.-Fri. from 8am-4:30pm.

Support Our Troops
An online resource with extensive listing of US Military support websites.