Message from Commander Watts
Welcome to the Internet home of NABVETS BALTIMORE CHAPTER #0053. In support of our Chapter, we wish to make this website a helpful resource for veterans of all military branches. We strive to provide information to you through our website as well as other informative website links that will help you with anything from obtaining information on starting your own business, becoming a member to contacting the Maryland Department of Veteran Affairs. A warm invitation is extended to you when we have community events and celebrations. Continue to follow the website as we post exciting events. Collectively, we wish to give back to our communities through mentorships, events, and networking. Enjoy the information as you explore our website!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
NABVETS is here to help all veterans regardless of race, gender, or sexual orientation.
NABVETS is a veterans service organization. We help veterans with getting their benefits, upgrading their discharges, and accessing the resources to improve their lives.
We help veterans get the benefits they are entitled to.
We help veterans get their discharges upgraded
We offer peer counseling for our veterans suffering PTSD and Socio-Psychological issues.
Incarcerated Veterans Outreach
We help veteran re-entry after incarceration
Homeless Veterans Services
We have resources available to help homeless veterans
We help connect veterans to the right people and organizations to help them find jobs
We help Veterans further their education by connecting them to the right resources
We organize community service projects all around the city
We go to Annapolis and Washington D.C. to push legislation that help veterans and their families
“I just live every day to the highest and always find a way to give” is the personal philosophy of Vivian Mildred Bailey, affectionately called “Millie” or “Aunt Millie.” Born and raised in the Deep South, Ms. Bailey served in the United States Army during WWII as a Lieutenant and commanded a women’s unit. Ms.
Says Morgan Fraud, the author of The Thinking Corporation, “Given that we are all capable of contributing new ideas, the question becomes how do you successfully generate, capture, process and implement ideas?” Becoming an organization capable of answering this question can benefit in a number of ways