The following service is available to both veterans on campus and in the community:

The Wilmington VA Medical Center’s Mobile Outreach Clinic will be available on the Richard Stockton College Campus on a monthly basis during the academic year,  every third Tuesday of the month on the dates of  February 18, March 18 and April 15,  from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm.  The mobile unit will be parked on Parking Lot 5 by the side of the Sports Center – which is a large blue building.

The mobile units will offer the following services to veterans:

Services Offered:

  • Primary care services including history and physicals, management of acute and chronic illnesses, women’s health, and patient education
  • Ancillary services: Immunizations (including flu and pneumonia vaccines), lab services (including blood draws, urine specimens, etc.)
  • Social Worker available for assistance with eligibility/enrollment, mental health referrals, and identification of resources available to Veterans.

For medical appointment, call Alisha Delgado at 302-668-4371.

Returning from military combat missions and various local activations is never easy for anyone, but when female service members return, many are facing additional stresses related to their roles as caregivers and primary or sole breadwinners. Reintegrating service-women are facing a multitude of challenges beyond those of their male counterparts and the resources available to assist them are often scare and inadequate.

Women represent the fastest growing veteran population making up nearly 15% of the military and that percentage is expected to double by 2021. In New Jersey alone, there are roughly 33,000 female veterans who, having served in national emergencies and global conflicts, are now returning home to unexpected circumstances. Currently available tools and programs are still largely male-centered and typically fail to address the unique needs of women service members.
Read More:  MVI Press Release

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