Register now for the free comedy improv course starting February 13th in Washington, D.C. To apply, contact Megan Brew at email@example.com.
Calvert County is promoting that the Department of Veterans Affairs Mobile Vet Center will be available the 3rd week of each month.
Stars and Stripes published an article on February 4th discussing the topic of women entering the draft
Northern Virginia Legal Services Clinic is hosting a Veteran Legal Services Clinic to provide free estate planning service to low-income veterans. This includes wills, powers of attorney, and advance medical directives. The clinic will be Friday March 4th from 9am to 5pm at NVCC's Annandale Campus. Registration required. Click on the image to be taken to the site.
The Department of Defense Officer of Warrior Care Policy has their 2016 Caregiver Resource Directory available for download on their website.
In partnership with the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) and the Henry M Jackson Foundation, Serving Together is hosting a free, one hour informational session that will cover the basics of the veteran benefits process. Registration is required. Email Julie Riggs at JRiggs@mhamc.org to register or call 301-424-0656 ext. 547 for more information.
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald says that the appeals process is "failing veterans" and requires an overhaul.
Wells Fargo is offering a Veteran Scholarship Program to fill the gap after military benefits and other grants have been utilized. Click the image for more information.
PTSD Consultation Program is offering free continuing education credits for providers who offer services to Veterans as a part of their Lecture Series. click on the image to learn more about the program and upcoming lectures.
Montgomery County Point-in-Time-Count Volunteer Registration The Montgomery County Point-in-Time-Count (PIT) scheduled for January 27, 2016. The PIT is an annual survey of homeless persons in Montgomery County who are residing […]