Thank you for your service!
Robbinsville Township embraces its Veterans from all branches of service, and has created this web page as a resource to help guide our heroes through the various departments on the Federal, State and County level.
According to the 2012 U.S. Census brief, Veterans age 65 or older numbered in excess of 12.4 million. These Veterans served in conflicts around the world, including World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Persian Gulf and Syria.
Robbinsville Township Mayor Dave Fried, Administration and Township Council are very proud of its unwavering committment to Veterans and our rich military history, which includes an active American League Post 530 and the Doughboy memorial at the junction of Route 33 and Route 526.
The 17-foot war Doughoy statue stands atop a 10-foot, square pedestal inscribed with the names of men from then-Washington Township, who served in World War I and World War II. The statue was unveiled on October 16, 1920 and recently celebrated its Centennial.
In May, Robbinsville unveiled a designated parking spot for active and retired veterans at the Township Municipal Building, Senior Center, Police Department and Fire Department.
On November 14, the Township was presented with The New Jersey Governor's "We Value Our Veterans" Community Award by the Honorable Philip D. Murphy "... In grateful appreciation of the town's promotion of military-friendly environment for veterans of our State."
Robbinsville Township added another acknowledgement to our veterans this past Memorial Day by lighting the Senior Center tree in red, white and blue beginning the evening of May, 25, 2020.
The tree will remain lit through at least July 4.
Trenton Vet CenterLocated at 934 Parkway Ave, 2nd Floor in Ewing at the Department of Veteran Affairs, the Trenton Vet Center provides free readjustment counseling services to combat zone veterans and their families in Robbinsville facing the daily challenges of life after service.
The Vet Center is reaching out to Vietnam, Desert Storm, and OIF/OEF Veterans who may feel more comfortable visiting a community-based center as opposed to a VA Hospital for readjustment counseling.
· Individual readjustment counseling
· Group readjustment counseling
· Screening for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
· Counseling for PTS
· Substance Abuse counseling
· Marital and family counseling
· Sexual Trauma counseling
· Community education and liaison
· Referral for benefits assistance
· Employment Assistance
All services provided to veterans and their families are at no cost and clients’ rights are protected by HIPPA. For more information call (609) 882-5744.
New Jersey Income Tax Deduction for Veterans
New Jersey Property Tax Deduction Form
VA Healthcare and Home Aid
Understanding a Veteran With PTSD
Veterans & Substance Abuse
Veterans Guide to Job Searching
Veteran Car Donations
Vehicles For Veterans
November 11, 2019
VIDEO: VETERANS DAY SERVICE
VIETNAM WAR MEMORIAL