The mission of the American Legion Auxiliary is: 1. To support the American Legion programs for veterans, children, and community. 2. To provide for today’s needs, while being advocates for a brighter future. 3. To advance the understanding of patriotism and responsibility of citizenship. 4. To promote individual integrity and family values. 5. To ensure that, as volunteers, we continue to be the leaders in all that is good in this nation today, tomorrow, and for generations to come, through serving others, not self.[…]
The American legion is an organization of 3 million veterans who care about America, veterans and their families, and our nation’s youth. The Legion is a powerful voice in Washington dedicated to preserving the rights we’ve all earned–and were promised–by service in uniform to our nation. Since our charter in 1932, our American Legion Post has been welcoming VETERANS from all branches of our Armed Forces. Today, we continue to welcome all military personnel serving our country. Joining our Post enables you to continue serving your God, Country and Community Our mission is to implement the goals, aspirations, dreams,[…]
The Health Department offers an integrated Behavioral Health Program that serves Caroline county residents that have a need for Mental Health support and/or Substance Use recovery.Our goal is to Strengthen, Support, and Encourage people with behavioral health needs to engage in, and maintain, a successful treatment regime that fosters an individual’s opportunity for independence, productivity, community integration, and quality of life.[…]
The Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program (HVRP) at St James AME Zion Church was established by the Department of Labor to help homeless veterans get back on their feet by:-Individualized support based on specific needs-Employment support services such as job related equipment, clothing, transportation, and other services for independence-Training and remedial education, job preparation services, trade certification, and licensing assistance-Referral for other services or treatments[…]
MCV is an outreach and referral initiative designed to serve those that have served our country. A live representative will connect veterans with a local Regional Resource Coordinator who will find the best services available to meet their needs and the needs of their family and ease the transition into civilian life.[…]
Provides career and job counseling to qualifying veterans, including information on the labor market and jobs and employers in this area, assistance in tailoring skills and abilities to the job market, assistance with Hot Jobs and with the jobs listed locally, help using the Internet to expand your job searches, recommendations for training and education to qualify for better jobs and careers, information on Veteran job programs and training, assistance and instruction in use of the Resource Room facilities, resume preparation and critique, developing jobs for those Vets with barriers to employment, referral information on social service and family[…]
Perry Point VA Medical Center provides a broad range of inpatient, outpatient, and primary care services. As the largest inpatient facility in the VA Maryland Health Care System, the medical center provides inpatient medical, intermediate, and long-term care programs, including nursing home care, rehabilitation services, geriatric evaluation and management, respite care, chronic ventilator care, and hospice care. They also offer long- and short-term inpatient and outpatient mental health care.[…]
My Family Needs is both a web-based service listing over 300 community organizations, and a referral service staffed by highly-trained library staff who are committed to linking families with local organizations.