H&V Collision Center to Sponsor Veteran's Mental Health Awareness Event
April 26, 2016—H&V Collision Center will sponsor an April 28th veteran's mental health and suicide awareness event in upstate New York.
Co-hosted by the UAlbany Veteran’s Association, UAlbany Veteran’s Business Outreach Center, and the New York State Police, the event intends to provide a comfortable environment for Veterans to come in contact with support services.
H&V will join with the UAlbany Veteran’s Association, UAlbany Veteran’s Business Outreach Center, and the New York State Police to sponsor Project 22, which promotes access by veterans to important support services.
“Veterans are our everyday heroes and H&V has been proud to support meaningful and important projects that recognize the enormous service and sacrifice by our veterans and their families. We are proud to support Project 22, which endeavors to provide veterans with needed support services following their service to our country,” said H&V’s Vartan Jerian Jr.
The Project 22 event will take place at the UAlbany Campus Center Ballroom. The room will be filled with 30 informational resource tables for veteran’s mental health support. The function is open to all veterans and their families, as well as anyone who believes they could benefit from the resources that will be available.