The VA Maryland Health Care System and other agencies are promoting September's Suicide Prevention Month by boosting awareness about veteran suicides.
Washington-The Wounded Warrior Project is hosting a Soldier Ride in the DMV. The organization aims to unite veterans by hosting events that promote wellness, friendship and healing.
After some discussion and two failed amendments, the Maryland Senate on Friday passed a bill decriminalizing the use or possession of marijuana paraphernalia.
The number of people who enrolled in health care plans this year through the Maryland Health Connection has dropped by 10.4 percent at this point, despite efforts to increase the number of insured including a larger call center staff, a streamlined website and more public knowledge of the program.
The Juvenile Justice Monitoring Unit’s 2013 annual report indicated a 56 percent spike in suicide ideation and attempts from youth serving time at Waxter.
One of the only of its kind in the country, a homeless shelter in Darnestown is protecting homeless veterans by serving as a semi-permanent home to help vets in need get back on their feet.