Largest world-wide employer database wanting to hire vets and their family members (all military branches).
Jobs for Vets with Clearance
Nonprofit organization providing free job-placement services to vets with service-related disabilities. Helps the transition into the job market. Info. on employment openings, career assessment and special services to vets.
Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs Job Information
Veteran’s Affairs Dept. seeking disabled vets for hire as well as vets of all ages. View latest job info.
Dept. of Labor (VETS) Job Info
Job training, employment placement service for eligible vets.
Info. about the VA Vocational Rehab/Employment (VR&E) Program, services to vets with service-connected disabilities.
Up-to-Date Benefit Information
Gives newest information on veteran benefits.
MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS/DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
National Suicide Hotline for Veterans
Chaplain Service Division
Suicide and mental health issues. (Ft. Meade)
County Mental Health Dept.
Provide assessments for drug/alcohol addiction for military vets who have served in Iraq/Afghanistan.
Services include children under 18 years and spouses. (They do not accept active-duty personnel.)
Services available in Glen Burnie, Annapolis and the Circuit Court. Individual vet calls requesting services. An assessment is performed and assignment made to a mental health provider.
Service is free or has a small co-pay.
Client must be a resident of Anne Arundel County and separated from the military.
Army Community Service Building
830 Chisholm Avenue
Fort Meade, MD 20755
In-house counselor provide one-on-one counseling. Call ACS main number or direct line at 301-922-9586. Drug and alcohol addiction services. Ft. Meade, 301-677-8538
Air Force Drug/Alcohol Services
Andrews Air Force Base, 240-857-8950
(Also for gambling, sex addictions, etc.)
The Pro Bono Counseling Project
410-323-5800 (Baltimore Area)
877-323-5800 (Outside Baltimore)
Free individual/family counseling offered to servicemembers and their families. Staffed by professional clinicians.
Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans
Created by Maryland’s Lt. Gov. Brown (a vet of Iraq) to serve veterans.
- Crisis and emergency services
- Substance abuse services
- Veteran’s Affairs services
Military and Family Life Consultant Program (MFLC)
A DoD-provided service
- Family and life skills
- Children’s coping skills
- Anger Management
- Reintegration: Warrior to Citizen
- Loss and grief
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