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Devoted to Helping Those in Need Since 1994

“This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave.”  —Elmer Davis


United Veterans Beacon House

The true character of a nation is measured, in part, by the honor of those who have served it well. United Veterans Beacon House, founded in 1994 and headquartered in Bay Shore, New York, honors those who have served to protect our nation. While most Americans pay homage on Veterans Day each year, the challenges faced by many veterans exist each and every day. As many veterans and their families strive to develop and maintain productive lives, Beacon House provides essential services to assist in the journey toward fruitful independence.


Years of existence


Professional Staff

Our Purpose

Beacon House provides shelter to the homeless, sustenance to the hungry, and renewal to those ailing in mind and body.

We provide compassionate care, clean and safe housing, and meaningful services for those with physical disabilities, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, mental health issues and addiction. We have helped nearly 30,000 individuals since 1994, and we continue our mission to guide men and women toward a life of stability and independence.

Our Programs