The MDVA Women Veterans/Inclusion Program collaborates with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, state and local governments, and community organizations to coordinate events to raise awareness of the needs of Maryland’s women, minority, and underserved veteran populations. In 2022, a statewide advisory group will convene to identify resources to support and advocate on behalf of this group of veterans. The program manager will be holding focus groups and a round table discussion in advance of establishing this advisory group. They also participate in workgroups and serve as a subject matter expert regarding the needs of underserved veterans.
Ms. Roslyn Jones
Women Veterans/Inclusion Program Manager
Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs
16 Francis Street, 4th Floor
Annapolis, MD 21401
Press release and Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s announcement can be viewed here.
US Department of Veterans Affairs Women Veterans Call Center:
Women Veterans Healthcare Information
WOMEN VETERANS SURVEY
The US Department of Veterans Affairs is currently conducting a survey to better understand why some women veterans are not using their healthcare system and what can be done to better serve them. If you are a woman who served in the United States Uniformed Services, please take a few moments to complete this survey.