Mental Health

  • Western Maryland Conference on Veterans May 18th

    Join Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans for a look at the most recent information about how to provide care and access to behavioral health services for veterans in the community. Free admission. CEU’s provided. Registration required.

  • Military Service: A Woman’s Perspective – April 5th

    This course will present first-hand information on the experiences of women who have served in the military from the Vietnam Era to the Global War on Terror. Registration is required.

  • NAMI – Adolescent PTSD Research Study

    NAMI Maryland is seeking parents and guardians who are caring for a child who has been diagnosed with PTSD for a research study.

  • Veterans Symposium March 30th

    Free Veteran symposium, panel and resource networking opportunity. Presented by Family Services, Inc. Veterans and their families are encouraged to attend.


    Hero Dogs currently has facility dogs for placement to a qualified clinician or staff member in a residential or health care setting. Facility dogs “work” full-time at the facility under the care and supervision of a staff member to achieve specific treatment or program goals through animal-assisted therapy.

  • Service Members and Veterans Needed for TBI Study

    Your input may help improve health care services offered to you and help your fellow service members and veterans!

  • Care Giver Study Seeks Participants

    Do you care for a service member or veteran who had a TBI after October 2001 while serving in the military? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a study requested by Congress.

  • Preventing Prescription Drug Misuse

    Many treatment plans for psychological and physical wounds alike include the use of prescription medications. Certain types, such as those to treat pain or anxiety, have the potential to cause dependence. This article by Real Warriors explores the rise of prescription drug misuse in the military and how to prevent it.

  • Alcohol Misuse: Early Signs and Symptoms

    Alcohol is commonly used by service members and civilians alike. It is sometimes used as a social activity with your buddies or a way to cope with stress. Either way, alcohol use can sometimes become harmful without realizing it. This article from Real Warriors looks at the signs of alcohol misuse and “How Much Is Too Much”?

  • Brain Training for Military and Veteran Caregivers

    The Center for BrainHealth is offering a Military Spouses and Caregivers Training March 8th and 9th in Silver Spring MD. Free to military and veteran caregivers. Registration is required.