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Resources For Vets

Veterans Crisis Line - The Veterans Crisis Line is a toll-free, confidential resource that connects veterans in crisis, and their families and friends, with qualified, caring Dept. of Veterans Affairs responders. Veterans and their loved ones can call 800-273-8255 and press "1", or chat on line at to receive free confidential support 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year (even if they are not registered with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs or enrolled in VA health care).

Volunteer Lawyers For Justice Free Legal Help For Vets - Volunteer Lawyers for Justice (VLJ) is offering legal assistance for Veterans in New Jersey needing help with military records corrections or discharge upgrades. To apply for this help, call 973-645-1955.

Jersey Cape Military Spouses' Club - If you are a military spouse and are new to the area or have been in Southern New Jersey and are just now finding out about the club, consider joining the Jersey Cape Military Spouses' Club (JCMSC). Membership is open to all branches and all ranks (active duty, retired, reserves) of the military. You can contact the Jersey Cape Military Spouses' Club by email at or by mail at P.O. Box 2354, Cape May, NJ 08204.

Veterans' Radio Program - The radio program, "Welcome Home Veterans", is aired on WIBG 1020 AM every Saturday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Call in at 609-398-1020.

CVAC - Providing Assistance In Difficult Times - The Citizens And Veterans Advisory Council (CVAC) of Cape May County is a group whose mission is to help military veterans in crisis situations. About 40 volunteers step up to the plate and help in all kind of ways, whether it be financial, driving a vet to a doctor’s visit or cleaning a house. The council has paid for the repairs of an automobile for a vet who couldn't afford to pay it himself. They've paid utility bills, bought food and paid for housing for the homeless. Their members are from all walks of life, occupations and fraternal organizations, such as the American Legion, DAV, VFW, ELKS and the Knights of Columbus. They have made connections with hospitals, home care people, public service agencies and other charitable organizations, which allows them to quickly solve problems when veterans need them the most. CVAC desires to provide emergency help when people need it today. If you want to help out or learn more about CVAC, attend a meeting on the 4th Thursday of each month at the American Red Cross Building, 34 E. Mechanic Street, Cape May Court House, at 11:00 a.m., or call Johnnie Walker at 609-425-8608.

Telephone Reassurance Program - Do you know someone who is elderly or disabled and living alone? CONTACT Cape-Atlantic makes free daily phone calls to check in on these people, and to make sure there are no medical emergencies. Their goal is to enable senior citizens and the disabled to continue living independently at home, for as long as possible. If you are interested in receiving a free daily call, or know someone who is, call Jody Simon at 609-823-0762. CONTACT is glad to be your friend.

Local Veterans' Organizations
Download This Document - 2017 Local Veterans Organizations   

Since Officers, Commanders, email addresses and other information changes often we have decided to make this list available as a ".pdf" document for downloading, viewing and printing.

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