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Commission on Veterans Affairs

Montgomery County Thanks Our Veterans and Their Families - Honor Their Service, Strengthen Our Community

The Montgomery County Commission on Veterans Affairs was established by County legislation in 2008 with the goal of the Commission to provide advice to the Executive and Council on the status of programs and services related to the needs of Veterans.  Veterans have made an important contribution to the community by their service in the Armed Forces of this Nation, and Montgomery County is committed to showing its commitment and support for all veterans and their families.


The Commission is composed of sixteen voting members and one non-voting member who serve in a volunteer capacity.  Members are appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Council. The Commission includes:

  • Eight (8) Veterans who are a member of a veterans group
  • Four (4) General Public
  • Four (4) Ex-Officio Members (Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Economic Development, The Office of the County Executive, and Montgomery College)
  • One (1) Non-Voting Congressional Representative

Current Chair and Vice-Chair - 2016
Dan Bullis, Chair  •  Randy Stone, Vice-Chair


Commission on Veterans Affairs Meeting -  Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. **Please note location** Held at Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe Street, 9th Floor Conference Room, Rockville, MD 20850. Agenda to be announced. Meetings are open to the public. To request an alternative format of the agenda or an accommodation to attend the meeting please call 240-777-1246 (V), MD Relay 711, or e-mail

Veterans Choice Program - If a Veteran is already enrolled in VA health care, the Choice Program allows them to receive health care within their community if they meet eligibility criteria.  Veterans can also have Choice prescriptions filled at the VA pharmacy via fax.  For details please review Veterans Network Directory - Healthcare.

The Honor & Gratitude Salute to Vietnam Veterans was held on October 24, 2015 at the Universities at Shady Grove.  Over 200 Vietnam Veterans and a crowd of over 800 attended this event that was planned to honor the service of Vietnam Veterans and Vietnam Era veterans.  The event is viewable on YouTube at:

Veterans Network Directory  -  A directory of providers, agencies, businesses and advocacy organizations that offer local, state and national resources for veterans, military service members, and their families.  Montgomery County does not endorse or assume responsibility for any product, method, service or treatment listed in this resource directory that is not a County program.

Serving Together  -  A collection of local-community based resources for veterans, service members, including Guardsmen and Reservists, and their families in Montgomery County. Their goal is to provide clear guidance for local members of the military on how they can access the care and support they need. 

Veterans Collaborative  - Meetings serve as an informal gathering for people who are working with veterans. Meetings are held bi-monthly and are open to the public.


Support to the Commission is provided by:

Betsy Luecking, Community Outreach Manager

Carly Clem, Administrative Specialist I

240-777-1246 (V), MD Relay 711


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