National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Network of local crisis centers
Frederick County Hotline
Crisis intervention support, info and referrals for all types of issues and situations to anyone in need.
Crisis Text Line
Available 24/7 via text message, qualified trained counselors will answer in minutes
Veteran Online Chat
Available 24/7 via instant messenger, qualified VA responders are standing by to provide free and confidential support.
Provides emergency financial assistance to wounded, injured, and ill veterans, service members and their families. This includes help with rent, mortgage, utilities, and essential daily items such as groceries. OSC also runs retreats and morale events, including hunting and fishing trips, across the country.
Helpline for drug and alcohol abuse
Provides free mental health care to active duty, National Guard and Reserve service members, veterans, and their families.
Critical care support, short-term clinical counseling, caregiver support, and family resiliency services
Offers information and classes for families, partners and friends of military service members and veterans experiencing mental health challenges
24/7 confidential peer support network for veteran and military communities
For Diabetes information and support
Veterans are at a higher risk of developing Mesothelioma than the civilian population. Find specialists that can help.
A 501(c)(3) treating PTSD, TBI, anxiety, and depression amongst post-9/11 Vets free of charge.
Facilitates evidenced-based yoga and meditation outreach programs, based on trauma-sensitive practices for Veterans and First Responders.
Offers limited financial assistance that helps Veterans remain in or obtain permanent housing.
Offers Career support in the Frederick County area.
Local Veterans’ Employment Representatives (LVERs) work to develop relationships with businesses, contractors, and employment organizations within the regional area to develop career opportunities for Veterans.