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Aberdeen Veterans Center Outstation 223 West Bel Air Avenue
Aberdeen, MD

OVERVIEW: Assists veterans by providing counseling services.SERVICES:1) COUNSELING: Offers individual, marital, and family counseling and referral services to Veterans and active duty service members who are experiencing problems adjusting to civilian life due to having served in an area of armed hostilities.2) COMBAT VETERANS GROUP COUNSELING: Assists Veterans and active military who are having combat-related problems, such as difficulty coping with the loss of comrades during the war.3) SEXUAL TRAUMA COUNSELING: Offers counseling to all servicemen and women who experienced sexual trauma while in military service. Not required to have served in an area of armed hostilities.4) REFERRALS: Gives referrals to Veterans who are trying to receive their VA benefits.

Aberdeen Veterans Center Outstation 223 West Bel Air Avenue
Aberdeen, MD

OVERVIEW: Assists veterans by providing counseling services.SERVICES:1) COUNSELING: Offers individual, marital, and family counseling and referral services to Veterans and active duty service members who are experiencing problems adjusting to civilian life due to having served in an area of armed hostilities.2) COMBAT VETERANS GROUP COUNSELING: Assists Veterans and active military who are having combat-related problems, such as difficulty coping with the loss of comrades during the war.3) SEXUAL TRAUMA COUNSELING: Offers counseling to all servicemen and women who experienced sexual trauma while in military service. Not required to have served in an area of armed hostilities.4) REFERRALS: Gives referrals to Veterans who are trying to receive their VA benefits.

Airman and Family Readiness Office 2701 Eastern Boulevard
Middle River, MD

OVERVIEW: Establishes and facilitates ongoing communication, involvement, support and recognition between Maryland Guard families and the Maryland National Guard.SERVICES:1) EDUCATE AND INFORM: Ensures family members understand the organization of the military unit and its mission, provides family members with information about their benefits and entitlements and familiarizes them with the mobilization process.2) PREPARING FAMILIES: Provides information to improve readiness and preparedness of all family members with regards to personal affairs that could impact their lives during the separation.3) COMMUNICATION AND SUPPORT: Develops family support networks for mutual support and welcomes family members to participate in unit activities and increase family members’ identification with the Unit and Maryland National Guard.4) TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Assists military members as they transition back into civilian life. Provides Pre-Separation Counseling and assists with scheduling Transition-goals, Plans, Success (T-GPS) attendance. Visit www.ebenefits.va.gov to ensure that all benefits are being received.

Airman and Family Readiness Office 2701 Eastern Boulevard
Middle River, MD

OVERVIEW: Establishes and facilitates ongoing communication, involvement, support and recognition between Maryland Guard families and the Maryland National Guard.SERVICES:1) EDUCATE AND INFORM: Ensures family members understand the organization of the military unit and its mission, provides family members with information about their benefits and entitlements and familiarizes them with the mobilization process.2) PREPARING FAMILIES: Provides information to improve readiness and preparedness of all family members with regards to personal affairs that could impact their lives during the separation.3) COMMUNICATION AND SUPPORT: Develops family support networks for mutual support and welcomes family members to participate in unit activities and increase family members’ identification with the Unit and Maryland National Guard.4) TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Assists military members as they transition back into civilian life. Provides Pre-Separation Counseling and assists with scheduling Transition-goals, Plans, Success (T-GPS) attendance. Visit www.ebenefits.va.gov to ensure that all benefits are being received.

Alliance 8003 Corporate Drive
Nottingham, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides vocational rehabilitation services for adults with severe, persistent mental illness, developmental and physical disabilities. Also provides case management and homelessness prevention for Veterans and their families. SERVICES:1) VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES DIVISION: Offers vocational evaluations, job skills training and employment possibilities.o VOCATIONAL EVALUATION/SKILLS TRAINING: Performs comprehensive assessments to help individuals explore career options based on aptitudes, abilities, interests, temperament, interpersonal skills, work habits and behaviors.o WORK ADJUSTMENT SERVICES: Helps individuals prepare for employment. Individuals develop work tolerance and job-readiness, while learning specific job skills. Program length depends on individual need. Upon successful completion of training, trainees may be referred to Employment Services for job placement.o EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: Offers MHA or DDA funded individuals employment in the community with a high level of support. Individuals are placed into a wide variety of jobs based on their preferences, provided job coaching to ensure a successful transition, then provided with ongoing follow-up and support for the duration of their employment. Van transportation may be provided for individuals. 2) SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES: Assists Veterans and Veteran families to address barriers to permanent housing. o TEMPORARY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers limited financial assistance to help Veterans remain in or obtain permanent housing. Can assist with rent (not mortgage), utilities, security or utility deposits, moving costs, transportation, or child care. Only participants receiving case management services will be eligible for financial assistance payments. All payments will be made directly to 3rd parties. o CASE MANAGEMENT: Provides short, intensive case management to link Veterans to benefits and provide temporary financial assistance with housing or moving expenses. Case managers will develop a plan to help achieve permanent housing and link participants to vital resources within the VA and the community. Case managers will monitor the progress and advocate with the VA on behalf of the Veteran. Participants can expect to receive case management services for a period of 3-6 months. 

Alliance 8003 Corporate Drive
Nottingham, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides vocational rehabilitation services for adults with severe, persistent mental illness, developmental and physical disabilities. Also provides case management and homelessness prevention for Veterans and their families. SERVICES:1) VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES DIVISION: Offers vocational evaluations, job skills training and employment possibilities.o VOCATIONAL EVALUATION/SKILLS TRAINING: Performs comprehensive assessments to help individuals explore career options based on aptitudes, abilities, interests, temperament, interpersonal skills, work habits and behaviors.o WORK ADJUSTMENT SERVICES: Helps individuals prepare for employment. Individuals develop work tolerance and job-readiness, while learning specific job skills. Program length depends on individual need. Upon successful completion of training, trainees may be referred to Employment Services for job placement.o EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: Offers MHA or DDA funded individuals employment in the community with a high level of support. Individuals are placed into a wide variety of jobs based on their preferences, provided job coaching to ensure a successful transition, then provided with ongoing follow-up and support for the duration of their employment. Van transportation may be provided for individuals. 2) SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES: Assists Veterans and Veteran families to address barriers to permanent housing. o TEMPORARY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers limited financial assistance to help Veterans remain in or obtain permanent housing. Can assist with rent (not mortgage), utilities, security or utility deposits, moving costs, transportation, or child care. Only participants receiving case management services will be eligible for financial assistance payments. All payments will be made directly to 3rd parties. o CASE MANAGEMENT: Provides short, intensive case management to link Veterans to benefits and provide temporary financial assistance with housing or moving expenses. Case managers will develop a plan to help achieve permanent housing and link participants to vital resources within the VA and the community. Case managers will monitor the progress and advocate with the VA on behalf of the Veteran. Participants can expect to receive case management services for a period of 3-6 months. 

Alliance, Baltimore City 234 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides vocational rehabilitation services for adults with severe, persistent mental illness, developmental and physical disabilities. Also provides case management and homelessness prevention for Veterans and their families. SERVICES:1) VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES DIVISION: Offers vocational evaluations, job skills training and employment possibilities.o VOCATIONAL EVALUATION/SKILLS TRAINING: Performs comprehensive assessments to help individuals explore career options based on aptitudes, abilities, interests, temperament, interpersonal skills, work habits and behaviors.o WORK ADJUSTMENT SERVICES: Helps individuals prepare for employment. Individuals develop work tolerance and job-readiness, while learning specific job skills. Program length depends on individual need. Upon successful completion of training, trainees may be referred to Employment Services for job placement.o EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: Offers MHA or DDA funded individuals employment in the community with a high level of support. Individuals are placed into a wide variety of jobs based on their preferences, provided job coaching to ensure a successful transition, then provided with ongoing follow-up and support for the duration of their employment. Van transportation may be provided for individuals. 2) SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES: Assists Veterans and Veteran families to address barriers to permanent housing. o TEMPORARY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers limited financial assistance to help Veterans remain in or obtain permanent housing. Can assist with rent (not mortgage), utilities, security or utility deposits, moving costs, transportation, or child care. Only participants receiving case management services will be eligible for financial assistance payments. All payments will be made directly to 3rd parties. o CASE MANAGEMENT: Provides short, intensive case management to link Veterans to benefits and provide temporary financial assistance with housing or moving expenses. Case managers will develop a plan to help achieve permanent housing and link participants to vital resources within the VA and the community. Case managers will monitor the progress and advocate with the VA on behalf of the Veteran. Participants can expect to receive case management services for a period of 3-6 months. 

Alliance, Baltimore City 234 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides vocational rehabilitation services for adults with severe, persistent mental illness, developmental and physical disabilities. Also provides case management and homelessness prevention for Veterans and their families. SERVICES:1) VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION SERVICES DIVISION: Offers vocational evaluations, job skills training and employment possibilities.o VOCATIONAL EVALUATION/SKILLS TRAINING: Performs comprehensive assessments to help individuals explore career options based on aptitudes, abilities, interests, temperament, interpersonal skills, work habits and behaviors.o WORK ADJUSTMENT SERVICES: Helps individuals prepare for employment. Individuals develop work tolerance and job-readiness, while learning specific job skills. Program length depends on individual need. Upon successful completion of training, trainees may be referred to Employment Services for job placement.o EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: Offers MHA or DDA funded individuals employment in the community with a high level of support. Individuals are placed into a wide variety of jobs based on their preferences, provided job coaching to ensure a successful transition, then provided with ongoing follow-up and support for the duration of their employment. Van transportation may be provided for individuals. 2) SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES: Assists Veterans and Veteran families to address barriers to permanent housing. o TEMPORARY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Offers limited financial assistance to help Veterans remain in or obtain permanent housing. Can assist with rent (not mortgage), utilities, security or utility deposits, moving costs, transportation, or child care. Only participants receiving case management services will be eligible for financial assistance payments. All payments will be made directly to 3rd parties. o CASE MANAGEMENT: Provides short, intensive case management to link Veterans to benefits and provide temporary financial assistance with housing or moving expenses. Case managers will develop a plan to help achieve permanent housing and link participants to vital resources within the VA and the community. Case managers will monitor the progress and advocate with the VA on behalf of the Veteran. Participants can expect to receive case management services for a period of 3-6 months. 

American Legion Department of Maryland 101 North Gay Street
Baltimore, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides assistance to veterans through advocacy and to children through education.SERVICES:1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance to Veterans with school aged children in the home. May be able to assist with rent, groceries, etc. 2) CHILDREN AND YOUTH PROGRAM: Promotes Americanism and citizenship through educational activities.  Distributes literature on drug abuse prevention to schools and other local youth groups. Scholarships offered through contests and awards.3) VETERANS’ ADVISORY PROGRAM: Provides updated information on rights and benefits to veterans and their families.4) VETERANS’ CLAIMS REPRESENTATION: Assists in preparation and submission of claims for Veterans Affairs benefits.

American Legion Department of Maryland 101 North Gay Street
Baltimore, MD

OVERVIEW: Provides assistance to veterans through advocacy and to children through education.SERVICES:1) FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: Provides financial assistance to Veterans with school aged children in the home. May be able to assist with rent, groceries, etc. 2) CHILDREN AND YOUTH PROGRAM: Promotes Americanism and citizenship through educational activities.  Distributes literature on drug abuse prevention to schools and other local youth groups. Scholarships offered through contests and awards.3) VETERANS’ ADVISORY PROGRAM: Provides updated information on rights and benefits to veterans and their families.4) VETERANS’ CLAIMS REPRESENTATION: Assists in preparation and submission of claims for Veterans Affairs benefits.

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