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Bosworth Announces Appointment of Caseworker Dedicated Exclusively to Town’s Veterans

November 4, 2015
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Veterans Update
Bosworth Announces Appointment of Caseworker Dedicated Exclusively to Town’s Veterans

North Hempstead, NY – North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth, members of the Town Board and the Town’s Veterans Advisory Committee announced today that the Town’s Department of Services for the Aging (DOSA) will be allocating seven to 10 hours a week of social work exclusively devoted to veterans’ needs. The availability of a caseworker will be at no additional cost to the Town and will come from reallocating hours of an already existing case worker. There are approximately 1,200 veterans in the Town.

“I am confident that this new allocation of hours for a dedicated caseworker will be of great benefit to our veterans,” said Supervisor Bosworth. “Our veterans have given so much to our community and our country and I am honored to be able to provide them with this service.”

The caseworker can address a number of issues for veterans’ including assisting them to access the benefits that they are entitled to and connecting them to services.

The caseworker will work with the veterans by appointment at the DOSA offices located at Clinton G. Martin Park in New Hyde Park. For more information or to make an appointment, please call 311.

This is part of the Town’s ongoing effort to assist veterans in the Town which has already included a donation drive through the Northport Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center, a visit of the VA mobile van to a recent Town Funday Monday event, and a recent mailing sent to all homes in the Town with pertinent contact information for Veterans.

For more information on veterans services in the Town of North Hempstead please log on to www.northhempsteadny.gov/veterans or as always you can call 311.

Supervisor Judi Bosworth; Thomas Buzzita; Staff Sergeant Timothy Turane; and Gail Selig, caseworker.

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