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2019 Legislative Session Update

The General Assembly is Maryland’s legislative body and directly represents the electorate. The state has 47 districts represented by 47 Senators and 141 Delegates. The following report represents current bills which may impact our military service members, veterans, and their families.   Sine Die Report (April 9, 2019 Legislative Update)   Visit the Maryland General Assembly Website.  


Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans

Maryland’s Commitment to Veterans is a program within the Maryland Department of Health devoted to total wellness for veterans and their families.  Regional resource coordinators provide assistance to veterans and their families to support a healthy transition to civilian life.  With support from the Behavioral Health Administration, they provide a solid connection to wellness services, with an  Read More…


Behavioral Health Services

A number of services exist at the federal, state, and local level to support overall wellness and behavioral health for veterans and their families.  The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and State of Maryland both provide a number of counseling services to support and help veterans reach optimal health.  The State offers Maryland’s Commitment to  Read More…


    
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