The Anne Arundel County Network of Care for Veterans, Service Members, and their Families features local provider, program, and facility listings in a searchable database and links to statewide and national organizations related to military benefits and support for service members, veterans and family members.

Visit the Anne Arundel County Network of Care for Veterans, Service Members, and their Families

Anne Arundel County has launched a veterans service phone line that will serve as a one-stop-shop for veterans seeking assistance with county, state, and federal services.

Staff can provide one on one assistance to help understand and access programs that help veterans with:

Veteran Benefits Assistance
Housing Stabilization
Food Stability
Mental Health Resources
Substance Misuse Recovery Resources
Transportation to Appointments
Employment Readiness
Career Placement Assistance
Burial Assistance
Legal Assistance Referral
and more.

 Veterans and their families can call the line at 410-222-3500 Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM ET.

Anne Arundel County has the second highest Veteran population in the State of Maryland. Suicide is preventable.  It is time to act.

Join the Service Members, Veterans and their Families (SMVF) Suicide Prevention Coalition of Anne Arundel County for their monthly meetings.

These meetings are held on Zoom on the last Tuesday of the month at 11:00 AM.

Zoom Link:

For more information, please contact:

Jason Marshall

Jessica LaFave, LCSW-C Jessica.Lafave@VA.Gov



MCV Regional Resource Coordinators are devoted to assisting any Maryland resident who has served or is currently serving in the US Armed Services (Active duty, Guard or Reserve) and their families, with access to mental health and substance use services.

This trained team is available to connect with treatment and support services through VA Health Services, Maryland Department of Health and/or community health providers.

Get connected with a Regional Resource Coordinator for assistance with mental health and substance use needs. Maryland's Commitment to Veterans also provides:

  • Referral services 
  • Peer support 
  • Crisis funding
  • Suicide prevention 
  • Training and education 
  • Weekly or bi-weekly check-ins through a special program, MCV Operation Roll Call​

Call the MCV Hotline 24/7 at 1-877-770-4801

The Annapolis Vet Center offers confidential help for Veterans, service members, and their families at no cost in a non-medical setting. Services include counseling for needs such as depression, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the psychological effects of military sexual trauma (MST).

Location: 100 Annapolis St., Annapolis, Maryland

Telephone: 410-605-7826

24/7 Call Center: 877-927-8387

If you are a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, connect with caring, qualified responders at the Veterans Crisis Line for confidential help. Many of the responders are Veterans themselves.

Dial 988, then press 1, Text 838255 or Chat Online

The Trained Military Assistance Provider Program (TMAP) is a new initiative to reduce suicides and increase lethal means safety for service members, veterans and their families.

Developed by the Maryland Governor's Challenge to Prevent Suicide Among Service Members, Veterans and their Families, this advanced training in military culture, risk assessment and safety planning is free to Maryland-based nurses, doctors and all primary care staff as well as those that support Maryland's population. 

Learn More About TMAP

Access the TMAP Training