• Red Cross Offers Free Smoke Alarms and Installations

    Seven times a day, someone in this country dies in a home fire. That’s why the American Red Cross has launched a national campaign to reduce deaths and injuries from home fires by as much as 25 percent over the next five years. The process is simple and free. Sign up for your free Smoke Alarm today!

  • 2017 Veteran Collaboratives Dates

    Veterans Collaborative meetings, hosted by Serving Together – a program of EveryMind, are held bi-monthly in Montgomery County, Fairfax County and Loudoun County. The Collaboratives are informal meetings where community partners come together to share resources, events, and information.

  • Red Cross Home Fire Prevention Campaign

    The American Red Cross is asking every household in America to take some simple steps that can help prevent home fires and save lives. Through their Home Fire Campaign, servicemembers, veterans and their families can request a FREE smoke alarm installation or battery check by visiting:

  • Donations of Gift Wrap Needed for Homeless

    Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless is looking for donations of gift wrap and other supplies to help spread joy to the men, women, and children they serve this holiday season.

  • Shoe Collection Sites Needed

    The ‘Walk In Their Foot Steps’ Collection effort began on Monday, November 21, 2016, and will continue thru Friday, January 27, 2017.

  • Serving Together: Peer Navigators Here for You

    Serving Together, the military and veteran specific program of EveryMind, has two full-time Veteran and Family Peer Navigators dedicated to helping you and your family identify local resources!

  • Frederick Co. Starting Veteran Docket

    Frederick County, Maryland has made amazing strides to get a Veterans Treatment Docket started in the County. The Docket still needs final approval to be “officially recognized” as a court.

  • VA Launches Weekly Podcast

    Earlier this month the Department of Veterans Affairs highlighted their new weekly podcast titled, “This Week at VA.”

  • DC VA Ladies’ Night

    On Friday night, November 18 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., the Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center’s Atrium will be transformed into a haven of wellness and a festive ballroom as newly transitioning women Veterans are welcomed to “Ladies’ Night”.

  • Serving Together in Bethesda Magazine

    EveryMind and Serving Together were honored to be highlighted by Bethesda Magazine as a part of their 2016 ‘Guide to Giving.’