Dovel Believes in Serving Together
23 Mar

Dovel Believes in Serving Together

Dovel Technologies is proud to support Serving Together, a non-profit program dedicated to providing resources, services, and information to the DC-area veteran community. A program of Mental Health Association (MHA), Serving Together works to provide clear guidance for local veterans on how they can access the care and support they need. They coordinate with local nonprofits, community organizations, local businesses and county governments to design a system of care to better support local service members.

“We are thrilled to be able to support Serving Together in their mission to make it easier for military families to access the local services they need,” said Paul Leslie, CEO of Dovel. “Our veterans have made an incredible contribution and Serving Together provides the guidance and access to resources, information, and services for the local veteran community.”

Dovel has donated space in their McLean headquarters to serve as the organization’s home base for their work in Northern Virginia. Their staff utilizes office space, conference, and training rooms to conduct their services in order to achieve their mission.

“We are very thankful for the generosity and support of Dovel. The office space is absolutely beautiful! The kindness of the staff and their willingness to offer help as needed has allowed us to build a strong foundation by which we can continue to grow within the Northern Virginia region,” said Ernest J. Spycher, Northern Virginia Program Manager, Serving Together. “With the close to 170,000 veterans within the Northern Virginia region and the thousands of resources available, it can be a daunting task to work though when a veteran needs assistance. Through the use of the meeting space and a cubicle to call home, Serving Together has been able to create lasting community partnerships with federal, state and local governments, non-profit organizations, and other veteran service organizations, which can only benefit each and every veteran in need.”