Combat 2 College
Combat to College: Mentoring and Support for Veterans and Service Membersnew window
Combat to College provides academic and social opportunities, resources, and services for veterans and active and reserve service members.
VA Education Benefitsnew window
Veterans of the armed services are entitled to various education benefits depending on when and how long they served. Click the link above for details on the types of VA chapters and eligibility. Dependents of veterans may also be eligible for benefits.
Tuition Assistance Programs for Active-Duty Service members and Spousesnew window
Active-duty members of the military may be eligible for tuition assistance programs. With every branch of service, the application process, criteria for eligibility, obligated service, and restrictions differ. If you have any questions or need assistance, email us at email@example.com.
Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center's newest Community-Based Outpatient Clinic for Veterans opened its doors September 17, 2018. This CBOC is a welcomed addition to the medical center’s system of care for Veterans who live in and around Montgomery County.
The MDVA Service and Benefits Program provides assistance to the men and women who served in the Uniformed Services of the United States, their dependents, and survivors in obtaining benefits from the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Dept. of Defense, State of Maryland and other programs for veterans and their families
Veterans Network Directorynew window
This is a directory of providers, agencies, and advocacy organizations that offer local, state and national resources for veterans, military service members and their families. Montgomery County does not endorse or assume responsibility for any product, method, service or treatment listed in this resource directory that is not a County program.