Office of Veterans Affairs

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For the first time ever, County Executive Alsobrooks has declared March 21-25, 2022, as Women Veterans Week in Prince George’s County! Learn More.

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“We PROUDLY serve the men and women who PROUDLY served our great nation”

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  1. James Dula, PhD

    Phone: 301-780-8260


Our vision is to serve every honorably discharged veteran according to their needs where they live, work, and raise families.


Our mission is to assist honorably discharged veterans of the armed forces of the United States:

  • Pursue benefits for which they may be eligible
  • Provide employment outreach and preparation assistance
  • Provide referral services concerning healthcare,                    
    education, homelessness and family needs, and more.

Who We Serve

Prince George’s County serves one of the largest populations of veterans in the State of Maryland by offering a One-Stop location with decentralized services dedicated to serving each veteran, and or family member, according to their need. Our programs reach far and wide and our mission includes:

  • Serving the Homeless with housing
  • Assisting with employment needs
  • VA Claims Assistance
  • Surviving Spouse assistance
  • Women Veterans Initiatives and assistance
  • Suicide prevention

One of our top five initiatives is Mental Health.
Learn about the signs of mental health conditions and substance abuse.

Quick links

Serving Those Who Serve - Veteran Resources provided by the Prince George's County Memorial Library System

VA News: Office of Veteran Affairs provides services for those in need. - Hear stories of recovery from veterans just like you.

Cohen Veterans Network - Helping Veterans and Their Families Make it Back to Better.

Job Opportunities

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Veterans Affairs Officer

James Dula, PhD


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