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NAMI Military Homefront Training

NAMI Maryland is hosting 2 upcoming Military Homefront trainings in Harford and Montgomery Counties. To learn more, click on the image. To register, email programassociate@namimd.org.

Paragon Systems Hiring

Paragon Systems Inc. is currently hiring Armed Security Officers to staff a high profile client in Maryland. Interested candidates that meet the requirements should apply at www.parasysjobs.com.

CPR for the Mind

The Washington Post published an article January 4th highlighting the effort to make the program known as Mental Health First Aid as familiar as CPR.

Kojo Nnamdi Show Highlights Montgomery County

On Thursday January 7th, the KoJo Nnamdi Show, on NPR, highlighted Montgomery County's recent announcement of ending Veteran homelessness. To listen to the broadcast, click on the image to be taken to NPR's website.

Clay 101: Intro Class for Veterans

ASAP is offering a free, 9 week Introduction to Ceramics class starting February 14th and running through Aprild 17th in Crystal City in partnership with the 296 Project. To learn more or apply, click on the image to contact megan@asapasap.org

Upcoming: Free Veteran Improv Class

ASAP is hosting a free beginner-level improv course in Spring 2016. This course is free to veterans, service members, and military family members. The course will run from February 13th through March 19th. If interested, click on the image to register or contact megan@asapasap.org.

Charlotte Hall’s New Application Procedures

Charlotte Hall, located in St. Mary's County, Maryland, offers a continuum of care from its assisted living program to the skilled nursing program. Recently, the facility changed their admission procedures in an effort to reduce the length of the process.

DOL Offers Webinars for Women Veterans

U.S Department of Labor (DOL) is offering free webinars for women veterans who are seeking additional assistance when seeking employment.

NPR: Service Dogs & PTSD

More and more veteran are using service dogs to help cope with their Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). However, the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) will not pay for veterans to receive service animals.

In Crisis – Texting Now Available

Mental Health Association, through their H.O.P.E.S Program, offers free and confidential Text services. A trained specialist is available Monday through Thursday 4pm to 9pm at 301-738-2255.

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