New York State Division of Veterans' Affairs

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Recognizing the significant accomplishments of New York State Veterans, the New York State Legislature passed legislation allowing teachers and administrators in public and private schools throughout New York State to invite Veterans into the classroom as speakers to supplement their classroom instruction concerning a pa

In collaboration with the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, State Veterans Counselors with the New York State Division of Veterans’ Affairs are offering FreshConnect checks to Active Duty members, Veterans and their immediate family members, as well as un-remarried surviving spouses of Veterans.  

The Lifetime Liberty Pass benefits includes free vehicle entry to state parks and DEC-operated day-use areas, as well as numerous state boat launch sites, historic sites, arboretums and park preserves; free golf at 28 State Park golf courses; free swimming pool entrance at 36 State Park pools, and discounted camping and

DVA Offices Closed Due to Weather

For February 13th:

Schoharie

Hudson

 

February 14th:

ACC at Warren County

Hudson

Ogdensburg

Auburn (is opening at 10am)

Binghamton

Ithaca

Elmira

 

Certain Veterans who left high school without graduating are eligible to earn New York State high school diplomas.

Article 5, section 6 of the New York State Constitution was amended to entitle veterans who have used non-disabled veteran credits for a Civil Service appointment or promotion and who were/are subsequently certified as being a disabled veteran by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, to additional credits for

The Hire-a-Vet Credit encourages the hire of qualified Veterans. Businesses must employ a qualified Veteran for no less than 35 hours per week for one full year.

For those Veterans with a 70% or greater service connected disability rating, the Department of Veterans Affairs will pay 100% of the cost of care at a State Veterans Home. (38 U.S.C.  § 1745).

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