Welcome to The
Veterans Health
Alliance of Long Island

Our Mission Statement

What we are all about

The Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island was established on November 14, 2007,  VHALI is comprised of representatives from State and County Government, the VA Medical Center, Veterans Organization, Mental Health & Substance Abuse Providers, Universities, Hospitals, individual Veterans, and Civilians who all have a Personal Interest in Supporting Long Island Veterans

The mission of the Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island is to build a friendly veteran community by “Promoting the health and well-being of Long Island veterans and their families through advocacy and a broad array of Services.” We have helped over 2000 veterans in 2007. Please help us to increase this number.

The Veterans Health Alliance activity board

Check out our upcoming events

Stay up to date with Veteran Health Alliance event board that shows all the latest events and activities happening at VHALI

A special Thank You to

Our Sponsors

Mental Health of Nassau county

U.S. Veterans
Magazine

Long Island Community Foundation

United Way
Worldwide

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

VHALI stands for The Veterans Health Alliance of Long Island. Vhali is a project of the Mental Health Association. Vhali’s main goal is to promote the health and well-being of Long Island veterans and their families through advocacy and a broad array of services.

Yes, Vhali is comprised of representatives from the VA medical center, Veteran Organizations, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Providers, State and County Government Officials, caring citizens and most importantly Veterans who have a personal interest in supporting our troops.

Yes, during this difficult time Vhali has found a way to adapt to the needs of our veterans. First we are limiting the number of walk in appointments and setting specific times for visitors to visit. The second thing Vhali has done is the L.IVE2HEAL program which is a remote online sessions in which veterans can talk and communicate to discuss different challenges that they might face day to day, in addition to communicating with other veterans who might be going through the same obstacles.

If you are a veteran or know a veteran who is going through a difficult time, or is just trying to get involved please reach out to us through our L.I.VE2HEAL page or check out our Events Calendar for the latest updates.

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