Suffolk County Serving Veterans


Suffolk County is home to the largest population of veterans in New York State, and has one of the largest veterans’ populations of any county in the United States. We take our responsibility seriously when it comes to providing services for those who have sacrificed and risked so much for this country.

As Suffolk County Executive, and a veteran myself, I am committed to ensuring we provide relevant and meaningful services to veterans of all ages, backgrounds and needs. Even during difficult economic times, it is important for us to provide greater services to those who served.

Our Veterans Service Agency website will regularly provide information on services from housing and career assistance, to academic opportunities, to help ensuring you receive all benefits to which you are entitled.

We encourage you contact the Veterans Service Agency at:

(631) 853-VETS (our Hauppauge Office at 100 Veterans Memorial Highway), or
(631) 852-1410 (our Riverhead Office at 300 Center Drive), or via email at:


Schedule an Appointment with a Veterans Service Agency Officer

Why schedule an appointment?

  • If you are a veteran who needs to find out what benefits you are entitled to.
  • If you are a dependent of a deceased veteran and want to know if you are entitled to any benefits.
  • Do you need to have a Veterans Service Officer to review veterans applications for Aid and Attendance, $90 Pension or other applications?

Click here
to schedule
an appointment


2019 Suffolk County Marathon Grant Application

Application Due Date: 4:30 p.m., March 15, 2019.

Fifteen copies of the completed application and required attachments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15th by the Suffolk County Veterans' Services Agency in order to be considered for Marathon Funds.

Download the
Grant Application