Way Station Veteran Programs

Way Station receives grant funds from the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to provide services to veterans throughout the State of Maryland.
   
For Program and Referral information, contact:
Thomas Walker, Director of Veterans Employment Services
Phone: 301-662-0099 ext. 3516
Email: twalker@waystationinc.org
For North Point Veteran's Home Program and Referral information, contact:
Jennifer Drake, Program Supervisor, North Point Veteran's Home
Phone: 240-500-3105
Email: jdrake@waystationinc.org
     
  What we do How we do it
Operation New Start Homeless Veteran Reintegration Program Assist homeless veterans in obtaining and retaining employment. Outreach
Assistance in locating support services in the community
Training, job development, and employment referrals
Coaching, counseling and mentoring through the first 180 days on the job
Help with eliminating barriers to employment
Help with health and VA issues
Welcome Home Program Per Diem Program Provide a transitional living program to homeless veterans. Housing support services to homeless veterans wishing to achieve residential stability
Recovery-oriented services designed to support sobriety
Employment services
Independent living skills training and support, such as money management
Coordination with veteran affair services
Veterans Workforce Investment Program Meet the workforce investment needs of veterans and to perform outreach and public information activities to develop and promote employment and job training opportunities. Outreach
Training job development and employment referrals
Assistance in reintegrating eligible veterans into meaningful employment within the labor force
Development of effective service delivery systems that will address the complex problems facing eligible veterans.
North Point Veteran's Home Provide a transitional living program to homeless veterans. Housing support services to homeless veterans wishing to achieve residential stability
Recovery-oriented services designed to support sobriety
Employment services
Independent living skills training and support, such as money management
Coordination with veteran affair services