The Air Warrior Courage Foundation was formed by military aviators to care for our own. We work closely with the Red River Valley Fighter Pilots Association to do that. We focus on active duty guard reserve and retired military personnel and their families needing financial assistance for medical educational and other extraordinary expenses not covered by other military veterans or charitable institutions.
Bridges helps young adults with disabilities prepare for the workplace and find jobs with companies looking for qualified, entry-level applicants.
About Cohen Veterans Network
Mission & Vision
At Cohen Veterans Network, we seek to improve the quality of life for veterans, including those from the National Guard and Reserves, active duty, and their families. CVN works to strengthen mental health outcomes and complement existing support. Our vision is to ensure that every veteran, active duty service member, and family member is able to obtain access to high-quality care that enables them to lead fulfilling and productive lives. For more information, check out our Get the Facts on CVN page.
Mental wounds are just as difficult to heal as physical wounds – and treating them is just as important. Through our national network of Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinics, veterans and their families are eligible for personalized, evidence-based mental health care along with access to comprehensive case management support and referrals to deal with other stresses like unemployment, finances, housing, and legal issues. Our skilled staff has experience working with our nation’s diverse population of veterans, military members and their families.
We offer targeted, client-centered therapy for a variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, adjustment issues, anger, grief and loss, family issues, transition challenges, relationship problems, and children’s behavioral problems. Our high-quality care is centered on therapy options that are the current, best practices available based on research.
We will not share your confidential information with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or other public, private, or government entities unless required by law. We comply with federal guidelines set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Our skilled clinicians and staff have been trained to work specifically with veterans and their families, and some are veterans themselves. We build the trusting and confidential relationships necessary to provide excellent, personalized care.
More than Mental Health
We provide support and referrals for related needs including unemployment, housing, finance, and education. Telehealth and childcare are offered on a clinic-by-clinic basis.
They offer specially arranged sailing and racing events for recovering warriors and their families. In cooperation with veterans organizations and foundations, CRAB has offered two-day sailing clinics specifically for recovering warriors to learn to sail and race. They are happy to schedule sails for individual family members/friends and group sails for multiple people.
Operation: GoodJobs, now in its fifth year, will continue to provide the tools and resources necessary to link veterans and military families with meaningful work so that they can gain the financial stability they deserve. The initiative also aims to work with key employers and job creators to connect them with this large pool of highly skilled and mission-ready potential employees.
The Hearing Loss Association of America gives members the tools they need to live more successfully with hearing loss. The programs and services we offer are designed to focus on you—the person with hearing loss. The program Get in the Hearing Loop is dedicated to providing and promoting community education, advocacy on behalf of people of hearing loss, and consultation services to help venues of all kinds successfully implement hearing loop technology.
NPower provides tuition-FREE technology training and certifications to active service members, veterans, their spouses and young adult job seekers, offering an alternative fast-track to tech jobs with employers committed to hiring diverse IT talent.
Mission: They are patriotic citizens committed to serving our wounded, injured and ill veterans. They support Veterans and their families by building relationships and identifying and supporting immediate needs and interests. They are dedicated to promoting public awareness of the many sacrifices made by our Armed Forces.
The mission of a Community Living Center is to restore each Veteran to his or her highest level of well being. It is also to prevent declines in health and to provide comfort at the end of life.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings. Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Maryland. PHWFF is dependent on tax-deductible, charitable donations and the help of numerous volunteers to meet the educational, equipment, transportation, and related needs of its participants.
The Baltimore Military Muster
The ONLY event of its kind in Central Maryland, we are a FREE meet up style event for military-connected individuals and the community that exists to serve and engage them.
Join us EVERY month on the 2nd Tuesday at Checkerspot Brewing until we move into our permanent forever home!
Enjoy free food, valuable information, and great company while meeting current and former service members from throughout the area. You’ll have the chance to learn and share information about various organizations and resources that do great work here in the Baltimore veteran space! Whether you represent a local program, have had a great experience you want to share, or are looking for an avenue to learn about and connect with the resources that exist to serve and engage our local military community, this event is for you.
SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.
The COMMIT Foundation objective is to connect service members and veterans to a professional network that encourages them to widen their apertures and translate their cultivated professional skills to a meaningful career in the civilian sector. Our programs uniquely expose service members and veterans to opportunities they may never seek out due to a lack of information or confidence.
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Headstrong provides cost-free, bureaucracy-free, stigma-free, confidential, and effective mental health treatment for post-9/11 veterans and their families.
Through USO Warrior and Family Care programs, the USO is building a continuum of care from the battlefield to the community to provide our wounded, ill and injured troops, and their families and caregivers a broad array of programs to help them throughout each stage of their recovery. In addition, USO Transition Services offers comprehensive support for service members and their families who are transitioning from military service. Transition Services offers a concierge approach, connecting individuals with specific resources and organizations within their new community that will support them on their path forward.
WVI is dedicated to improving the lives of our women veterans. Veterans have always faced unique and daunting challenges when returning to civilian life, but the truth is that the nation’s 1.8 million women veterans face an even steeper uphill battle when it comes to living successfully outside of the uniform.
|Yellow Ribbon Fund provides practical support to Post 9-11 active-duty and veteran servicemembers by offering rental cars, hotel stays and fully-furnished apartments at no cost to military families while they are receiving medical treatment at Walter Reed and Fort Belvoir.|