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Maryland Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide among Military Service Members, Veterans, and Families Ask the Question Campaign HAVE YOU OR A LOVED ONE EVER SERVED IN THE MILITARY? This year the Hogan-Rutherford Administration accepted an invitation from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to participate  Read More…


National/State Suicide Prevention Initiatives

For immediate support, 24/7, call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and press 1.  Help is confidential and the line is available for veterans and their families.  Chat is also available at VeteransCrisisLine.net or text to 838255. Not sure what to expect when you call?  Find answers here: VeteransCrisisLine Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Service Member,  Read More…


Are you an atomic era veteran? What you need to know.

Depending on when you served in the military, you may have been exposed to radiation. Learn more about what you can do if you were exposed here. VA: Exposure to Radiation Exposure U.S. Department of Justice: Radiation Exposure Compensation Act The Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (“the Act” or “RECA”), 42 U.S.C. § 2210 note (2012) established an  Read More…


Are you a veteran of the Gulf War to Present? What you need to know.

Gulf War Veterans’ Illnesses Certain illnesses and diseases are “presumed” by VA to be related to your military service in designated areas of Southwest Asia and may entitle you to VA disability compensation benefits. For Gulf War Veterans, these presumptive diseases include: Medically unexplained illnesses (popularly called “Gulf War Syndrome”). Certain infectious diseases. Amyotrophic lateral  Read More…


Are you a veteran of World War II or Korea? What you need to know.

VA Benefits for World War II and Korean War Veterans Benefits for World War II Veterans Exposed to Ionizing Radiation World War II era Veterans may qualify for health care and compensation benefits if you were exposed to ionizing radiation during military service. Health care services include an Ionizing Radiation Registry health exam and clinical  Read More…


State Park and Hunting/Fishing License Benefits

State Park Day-Use Area Admission Fee Waivers Day-Use Waiver for Active Duty Military / Maryland National Guard Any member of the Maryland National Guard and all active duty military personnel who display their active duty military identification card to the gate attendant at any Maryland State Park day-use area will have their day-use entrance service charge waived.  Read More…


State Military Retirement Pay and Pension Tax Benefits

Retirement Pay and Pension Tax Deductions and Exclusions Military Retirement Pay Income Tax Deduction If you receive or the spouse of a military retiree receives military retirement income, you will be able to subtract up to $5,000, with an increase to the first $15,000 for individuals who are at least 55 years old on the  Read More…


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