Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans: 877-770-4801
Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans is a program within the Maryland Behavioral Health Administration. The program connects veterans and family members to wellness services with an emphasis on mental health and substance use disorder services. They are positioned throughout the state to act as a point of contact for any veterans and/or family members as well as community providers who are seeking resource information on behalf of a veteran.
Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans also provides information and referral to community resources. Regional Coordinators assist veterans with navigating options available in the community and available within the USDVA System.
Coordinators are able to provide a variety of educational programs to the community and community partners in order to improve the awareness, and understanding of veteran behavioral health, wellness and resources.
For more information visit the Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans website.
The Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, press 1 (24/7)
Chat online with The Veterans Crisis Line or send a text message to 838255.
The Maryland Crisis Line: 800-422-0009 (24/7)
The Women Veterans Call Center: 855-VA-WOMEN (855-829-6636)
The USDVA call center responds to questions from women Veterans, their families, and caregivers across the nation about available VA services and resources. Callers are informed about eligibility, benefits, health care and other services, and can route calls within VA when needed. Agents are also trained to respond to crisis situations such as suicidal behavior, homelessness, sexual trauma, and domestic violence. Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 8:00am to 10:00pm, Saturday 8:00am to 6:30pm
Homeless Veterans Call Center: 877-4AID-VET (424-3838)
The USDVA call center helps to prevents and overcome veteran homelessness.