A helpful resource for veterans struggling with substance abuse issues on Addiction Resource:https://addictionresource.com/addiction/veterans-and-substance-abuse/
Quit Smoking Community's guide to tobacco addiction amongst veterans:https://quitsmokingcommunity.org/how-to-quit-smoking/veterans-and-tobacco-addiction/
St Patrick's Day Dinner DanceSunday, March 5th American Legion Post 344. See Flyer under photo as St Patrick's Day Dinner Dance.
202nd Anniversary Flag HoistingSunday, February 19. 2017. See flyer under photo as 202nd Anniversary Flag Hoisting.
Discount for VeteranGet a Veteran Discount at Picatinny Golf Couse and Frog Fills Water Park. See flyer under photo as Discount for Veteran.
Tax exemption for VeteransSee flyer under photo as Tax exemption for Veterans.
World War 1 History Sat, April 1, 2017Post 91 will host World War 1 event. See flyer under photo as World War 1 History
Virgil AndersanI was recently diagnosed with mesothelioma, which is a cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. From automotive to demolition work, Iíve had many jobs in my life that contributed to my exposure. On some jobs, the air was so thick with debris and asbestos you could taste it in your mouth.
Many other groups of people come in contact with a lot of asbestos and are also at risk. One such group are Veterans who were usually exposed aboard asbestos laden Navy ships. In fact, about 30% of mesothelioma victims are Veterans.
When I was diagnosed with mesothelioma I needed immediate medical attention. I found a few websites on the internet that are supposed to help people with my type of cancer but nobody got back to me.
Then I found Mesothelioma.net. Even though I contacted them on a Sunday one of their patient advocates gave me a call back within minutes. They gave me a great deal of helpful information on doctors and resources available to me.
As a result of their website I am now being treated at the National Cancer Institute and the patient advocates have even provided me with financial assistance so I could afford a place to live during my cancer treatments. If I had not reached out to this website I would likely be homeless and more importantly in hospice waiting to die. These people gave me my only chance at survival.