Montgomery Coalition for the Homeless announced that as of December 15th, Montgomery County has reached its goal of ending homelessness for County veterans by achieving a “functional zero” level.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs, released an article today detailing the expanded disability compensation eligibility for service members who were stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
Veterans Treatment Docket in Baltimore City is seeking mentors. To volunteer, contact VAClinic@ubalt.edu or call 410-837-5706.
The American Legion Claims Coach provides step-by-step guidance to help you and your service officer through the process of filing for VA benefits.
The National Mentoring Partnership is offering a webinar, "Mentoring Youth from Military Families: Lessons Learned and Effective Strategies," Thursday December 17th. Information about the webinar is below.
The Armed Services Arts Partnership is pleased to host a 10-week creative writing workshop led by Veterans Writing Project founder, Ron Capps. This workshop is open to intermediate-level writers, who are veterans, servicemembers and military family members.
The Montgomery County Commission on Veterans Affairs has their next meeting Tuesday December 15th at 6pm in Rockville.
Military OneSource is offering free tax preparation and filing services.
Department of Veterans Affairs has program to help incarcerated Veterans at transition. The NPR article states that each Veterans Affairs Medical Center in the United States has at least one person available to reach out to incarcerated Veterans.
Charlotte Hall Veterans Home is hosting a career fair Tuesday December 8th from 2-7pm at the facility. They are hiring for a variety of positions, including a sign on bonus for all RNs and LPNs. Please note that these positions are offered by HMR Veterans Services. These are not State of Maryland positions. Click on the image to be taken to HMR Veterans services to apply. Interviews will be conducted on-site.