Serving Our Veterans

As the next Delegate of District 30B, I will seek those who have served in the Military.

As an Adjunct Professor and educator at AACC my recommendation for young men and women, is using their GI-Bill to pay for their education.   

Contact Anne Arundel Community College and ask for assistance to learn about classes and how
to register.  Kat (Kathleen) Schorr,  a Veterans Affairs Commissioner, is the Program
Manager for the Military/Veteran Resource Center (MVRC) and Veteran Services Student
Achievement and Success Program (SASP).   She is very capable and very willing to help.

Anne Arundel Community College
Office: 410-777-2137
Google Voice: 410-929-6498
Schedule an appointment

I also encourage Vets to contact the AA Workforce Development Corporation. 

The recommended POC is Denise Bourdeaux,
Targeted Populations Manager.
613 Global Way, Linthicum Heights, MD.   

Counseling is available.  

Please contact the Annapolis Vet Center, which 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). The Vet Center can also connect vets with more support in VA and the community. 

100 Annapolis Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
Hours:  Monday -  Friday.   8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Saturday & Sunday.

Please continue to establish a VA claim if you have started one. Help is standing by.
The county is anxious and ready to help.

County Veterans Service Telephone Number:   410-222-3500

Support to Veterans in AA County

In May 2021, the County Executive’s Community Engagement and Constituent Services 
(CECS) Office, Department of Aging and Disabilities (DoAD) instituted the Veterans Service
Phone Line (410-222-3500), to provide information and referral to county-level services.
In  November 2021, the DoAD contracted with  iCommunity Connection Services (iCCS),  a
501(c)3 nonprofit to deliver a team-based  collaborative case management approach for 
supportive services to veterans, military families, disabled, and aging residents requiring
extensive or complex county-level  services.  The iCCS team of professionals serve as navigators
to connect county  veterans and the aforementioned groups to a variety of services which 
includes VA benefits, health care, social security benefits, home aid, and attendance services,
home improvements and structural alterations, transportation assistance, legal assistance, burial
assistance, food, clothing, and hygiene kits, etc.