Photos of Veterans and service members in military uniforms and attire

Commission on Veterans Affairs


About the Commission

Michael Wilson , Chair  
Anneke Vandenbroek, Vice-Chair

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 does not provide services. The Commission maintains a Veterans Directory online that include all the services offered by the federal state and local government and non-profit agencies -


Monthly Meetings

Commission on Veterans Affairs meetings are open to the public. Meetings are held from 6pm to 7:30pm on the third Tuesday of each month (except for July and August). Meetings are currently held virtually. Visit the agenda section for more details. 

Monthly Events

The calendar of events below lists upcoming Commission meetings. 


Women Veterans Day
June 12, 2024


Women Veterans Day June 12, 2024 - Honoring Montgomery County Women Who Served in the U.S. Armed Forces and Uniformed Services

Montgomery County’s Commission on Veterans Affairs will join in the Maryland celebration of Women Veterans Day on Wednesday, June 12, with a virtual tribute to the County’s female veterans and a tribute display set up at the Silver Spring Civic Building in Downtown Silver Spring. Women Veterans Day is an official day of recognition in many states. However, it is not a nationally recognized day of honor. Maryland has recognized Women Veterans Day since 2023.

Get the Latest Information on Events and Issues of Interest

Sign up for our "Veterans Information & Resources" e-newsletter and get connected to our latest events and news. Click subscribe and look under "Health and Human Services."


Veterans Services, Tributes & Recognition

Visit our veterans services, tributes and recognition website to find out how to access local services including the DC VA Community-Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) in Gaithersburg, view tributes to Montgomery County's Fallen Hometown Heroes and  the Commission's recognition programs for Vietnam War and Vietnam-Era Veterans, Women Veterans, Veteran Black History Month, and Veterans Day.

Contact ServingTogether for Programs and Services for Veterans and Their Families

301-738-7176 (Care Coordinator)
1-855-738-7176 (Toll Free)
ServingTogether connects military service members, veterans, and their families to their network of over 300 providers and resources to help them navigate the resources they have earned. Veteran Care Coordinators can give you guidance on education, healthcare, housing, employment, and more throughout the Maryland, Washington D.C., and Northern Virginia area. Serving Together is a contractor of the Montgomery County, MD Department of Health and Human Services.

Contact Us Regarding Commission

Betsy Luecking, Staff Liaison
Community Outreach Manager

Carly Clem, Program Specialist II
MD Relay 711

[email protected]
401 Hungerford Drive
Rockville, MD 20850

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

Military Department Seals - Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Space Force, U.S. Public Health Service, NOAA
Proudly Recognizing the Military Service of Our U.S. Armed Forces, U.S. Uniformed Services & Their Families