FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Clear Path for Veterans Opens New Office in Syracuse
Syracuse, NY, March 31, 2023 – Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon, representatives from Mayor Walsh’s office and other community partners were on hand as Clear Path for Veterans opened a new office located at 126 Salina Street in Syracuse, NY. This location will enable Clear Path and partner agencies to serve the growing needs of veterans and their families in and around the Syracuse area.
As President and Chief Executive Officer Chris Flaherty, noted, “This is truly a consequential day, not just for Clear Path and for the greater Syracuse community, but also for all of Central New York. Today, we celebrate new opportunities and new beginnings for veterans and their families.”
“Clear Path is about connection,” added Executive Director Alexander Behm. “We want to meet veterans wherever they are and to be there with whatever they need. This new location will allow us to do exactly that.”
From this office, Clear Path will provide peer support and career services for veterans, military members, and their families regardless of era, branch of service, disability status, or characterization of discharge. In addition, community partners such as the Onondaga County Veterans Service Agency will also use the space to serve constituents.
The new Clear Path office is located at the corner of Salina Street and James Street and will be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 4:30 pm. Veterans and their families can also call (315) 687-3300 to set up an appointment to meet with Clear Path staff.
About Clear Path for Veterans
Clear Path for Veterans is a community-based non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2011 in rural upstate New York. Their mission revolves around connecting veterans to their communities through peer and family support, career services, canine, culinary, wellness, and enrichment programs. Clear Path for Veterans serves veterans, military members, and their families unconditionally, regardless of era and branch of service, disability status, or characterization of discharge.