Military families find themselves immersed in the unique military culture and needing guidance and answers. ServingTogether was created to connect you with the resources to answer your questions and navigate the way. You may search our Service Directory for additional information.

  • Accessing Replacement Awards and Decorations

    This guide is provided by National Archives and Records Administration. Have you lost you medals, or are you seeking the service medals awarded to a loved one?  The National Archives and Records Administration has put together a how-to for each service and information for those requesting replacement medals and awards. How do I request military […]

  • Children of Military Service Members Resource Guide

    The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) is committed to building resilience, maximizing recovery and promoting reintegration for our nation’s warriors and their families in all areas related to psychological health and traumatic brain injury. As part of that vision, DCoE recognizes that children of military service members may […]

  • Deployment Resource Guide

    MilitaryOneSource has several very useful resources, tools, and articles to guide you throughout your deployment to make every step, from pre-deployment preparations to settling back into family routines post-deployment, smoother for you and your family. Click on each of the links below to access each of these resources.” The Basics Family Readiness System Policy and […]

  • Military Casualty Memorial

     Do you have a friend or family member who gave their life for our country? The Military Casualty Memorial honors our fallen Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines by providing an online database that can be searched by name, conflict, and state.

  • Resources for New Residents of Montgomery County

    Are you a veteran who is a new resident in the Montgomery County area?  We would like to welcome you by providing a few helpful resources that may answer some of your questions about your new community. 1.  American Legion Post Locator  2.  MCPS Department of Student Services 3.  Disabled American Veterans 4.  Veterans Affairs Medical Center, […]

  • Transportation Options for Seniors and People with Disabilities

    The Transportation Options for Seniors and People with Disabilities guide is a comprehensive listing of public, private and non-profit transportation in the Washington Metropolitan Region, State of Maryland, and beyond. The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Transportation compiled this listing of useful transportation services to assist County residents to better coordinate […]

  • Veteran Service Officers

    Veteran Service Officers will help you navigate the DVA’s bureacracy, and their services are free. They will help with gathering the information necessary to support a claim, filing the claim, and tracking the claim through the VA system. They can also assist with filing appeals for denied claims. To locate the closest Veteran Service Officer […]

  • Wounded, Ill and Injured Comprehensive Benefit Handbook

    If you are a wounded, ill, or injured Veteran or part of their support network, you should find this Handbook to be a useful reference. We encourage you to download a copy of this useful benefit handbook.