About ServingTogether

ServingTogether is the National Capital Region’s first care coordination technology specifically built for the veteran and military community. Designed by a collective of established community partners, this network is not a new program or service, but a new coordinated way of serving our Veterans and Military community.

ServingTogether offers service members, veterans and their families access to a class-leading continuum of providers from superior mental health, housing, and emergency service providers for employment, financial capabilities, education, volunteering, recreation, and fitness, and more!

Connecting You & Your Family to Services

ServingTogether uses technology and its partner network to guide veterans, service members and their families to the most appropriate services and resources available. Our mission is to transform systems of service delivery to veterans and military families through a 360-degree referral process for partner providers. Through ServingTogether, you can be connected to the following services. 

Cash Benefits

Active military and veterans may be eligible for a wide-variety of benefits including disability compensation, pension, education and training, health care, home loans, insurance, Veteran Readiness and Employment, and burial.

Clothing & Home Goods

Local non-profits collect clothes, small appliances, and gently used household goods to improve the lives of veterans and transitioning military members.


Education benefits help veterans, service members, and their qualified family members with needs like paying college tuition, finding the right school or training program, and getting career counseling. ServingTogether can help you navigate these services.


Serving Together is here to ensure that veterans, service members and their families have the opportunity to work in a safe, productive, and beneficial environment through the utilization of our many resources.


Food assistance provides meals/food vouchers to individuals and/or families. Including but not limited to after-school meals, community gardens, emergency food, home food delivery, nutrition education, soup kitchen/prepared meals, and summer meals.


With a rapidly expanding healthcare system and state leadership in Veteran Service delivery, Virginia, Central Maryland and National Capital Regions provide our nation’s veterans with some of the best health services in the country.

Housing & Shelter

There are many different ways for veterans, military, and their spouses to find and maintain secure housing. ServingTogether can connect you to rental assistance, in addition to resources at the federal, state and local levels.

Legal Services

Many legal service providers offer free legal clinics for veterans and military members. Specific information on these free legal clinics can be found through our peer navigators.

Money Management

Money Management is the process of budgeting, saving, investing, spending or otherwise in overseeing the cash usage of an individual or group and includes but is not limited to: budgeting assistance, credit counseling, debt management, financial management workshops, foreclosure prevention counseling, home buyer education, loan counseling, personal financial counseling, retirement planning, tax preparation assistance.

Social Enrichment

Social enrichment programs focus on meeting other people and participating in group activities. Including but not limited to: counseling and/or therapeutic activities, volunteer groups, community activities, sports and recreation, and support groups.

Spiritual Services

Spiritual Enrichment Programs focus on the act or process of increasing one’s intellectual or spiritual resources. Including but not limited to: retreats, counseling, mediation, religious study, volunteer or group activities promoting spiritual guidance, health, and wellness.


These programs may include: driving clients to and from healthcare/doctor appointments or work/school, providing vouchers for public transportation or cab services. Additional programs may make it possible for individuals who do not drive and cannot use public transportation to obtain rides for essential trips, such as medical appointments, business errands, shopping and other activities.

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