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Veterans Services

The Division encompasses free interment and perpetual care in the Brigadier General William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Maintains the State’s Monuments and Memorials—Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Education Center, Korean War Veterans Memorial, South Jersey Veterans Monument at Oceanview, Oversees a "Transitional Housing Program” for homeless veterans, and the State Approving Agency that certifies education programs for the U.S. Veterans Affairs.


The Transitional Housing Program for homeless veterans occupies a three-story building on state property in Winslow Township. The program is divided into three phases: treatment; self-reclamation; and community reintegration. Each phase lasts three to six months and is tailored to individual treatment needs and vocational interests.Eligible veterans are referred from a VA Medical Center after receiving a medical evaluation. To be admitted into the program, the veteran must agree to a long-term program focusing on psychological, social and vocational rehabilitation. The program is drug and alcohol free, and has a staff comprised of professionals in the fields of mental health, addictions, social work,vocational rehabilitation and nursing, all sensitive to the multiple needs presented by the homeless veteran.

For more information on the Transitional Housing Program (Veterans Haven) for homeless veterans call 609-561-0269.

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