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A safe, affordable home, a reliable job, and access to health and business support are some of the building blocks that all people need to achieve well-being. In the case of Veterans, civilian life can present additional, unique challenges. Fernando Ahumada, VP of Lending at Community Capital New York notes “Vet2Vet’s holistic approach offers a wide range of services and resources ranging from mental health supports, to housing assistance to entrepreneurial training – programs that meet the specific needs of the Veteran community in the Hudson Valley.” As part of Vet2Vet’s service provider network, Community Capital New York offers credit coaching, general financial literacy programs and business training services. Ahumada adds, “it’s an honor to work with the Vet2Vet Task Force. My goal is to provide information, trusted guidance and access to programming to promote entrepreneurship and help improve the financial well-being for the Hudson Valley’s Veterans.” We are grateful to Vet2Vet for its commitment to our Veterans and their families.
For more information about the Vet2Vet Task Force:
Mental Health Association, Vet2Vet
73 James P. Kelly Way,
Middletown, NY 10940
845.342.2400 ext: 1237
Larry Neumann, Program Coordinator