Veterans Dashboard of Maryland Services
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Veteran Friendly Businesses in Maryland
New Logo - “Our Veterans are Welcome Here” - Now Available for Maryland Businesses to Display
Joint collaboration between the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs and the Maryland Veterans Commission provides opportunity for Maryland businesses to show their support for military veterans.
Decals are available for Maryland businesses to show their support for our military veterans. The program and logo were designed in a joint effort between the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs (MDVA) and the Maryland Veterans Commission. The decal can be displayed in a storefront window, or an electronic version can be placed on the company website.
Examples of how businesses might support veterans:
- they employ veterans or are seeking to employ veterans
- they offer a discount on their goods/services to veterans
- they are a veteran-owned business
- they simply would like to show their appreciation for the military service of our
If your business supports veterans, and you would like a decal for your storefront, or would like an electronic version for your website, please contact Jerry Boden at MDVA, or any member of the Governor’s Maryland Veterans Commission.
In exchange for agreeing to display the decal, each business will be asked to complete an Information Card so MDVA can recognize them. The list of businesses will be posted in the Quick Links section of the MDVA website under the heading “Veteran Friendly Businesses in Maryland.”
Decal/Logo design credit – Kaplan – 2012
Maryland Access Point (MAP) Search and access long-term support information and services throughout Maryland. MAP state partners include the Maryland Departments of Aging, Disabilities, Health and Mental Hygiene, and Human Resources, as well as the Regional Centers for Independent Living. MAP currently has local service sites in ten counties. This site is a resource for consumers, their families and caregivers, and service staff.
Accessible Homes for Seniors The Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), in partnership with the Maryland Department of Aging (MDoA), is undertaking a project to promote accessibility related improvements to the homes of seniors. Visit the AHS Program website for more information and eligibility criteria.
It's time for your Benefits Check Up! If you served in the United States Uniformed Services you may be entitled to state and federal benefits. Due to the complexities of veterans laws, it is always prudent to talk with an accredited veterans service officer about your earned benefits. Find your local veterans service office here or call 1-800-446-4926 x 6450. Please encourage your fellow veterans to do the same.
Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans (MCV) MCV assists veterans and their families with coordinating behavioral health services, including mental health and substance abuse services- either with the VA or Maryland’s public health system. 1-877-770-4801 - Calls accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
VA Suicide Prevention Hotline is staffed 24/7 by licensed mental health practitioners to assist veterans in crisis. 1-800-273-8255
VA National Homeless Call Center provides free, 24/7 access to trained counselors for local resources and assistance for homeless veterans and those at risk of homelessness. 1-877-424-3838
Skills2Compete Maryland (S2C) is a workforce development vision focused on increasing post-secondary success to strengthen the skills of Maryland’s workforce. Learn more about S2C.