The Massachusetts Stand Down is ONE DAY ONLY on Friday August 22, 2014
IBEW Local 103
256 Freeport Street Dorchester
Veterans MUST Bring Proof of Military Service
Hours: 8:00am – 4:00pm
No Administration after registration closes
Free Services Include
Housing Assistance * Job Assistance * Legal Assistance * Education * Mass Health * Medical Aid
Eye Glasses * Hair Cuts * Foot Care * Oral Health and Dental Screening * Clothing * VA Benefits * Child Support
VA Boston Healthcare System Registration * Mental Health Counseling * Counseling * Food Stamps
HIV/Aids Resources * Female Veteran Programs * Voter Registration * Massachusetts ID and Driver License Renewals
What Is The Massachusetts Stand Down?
“Stand Down” is a military term referring to the brief period of time a soldier leaves an active combat area in order to rest and regain strength. Today, Stand Down refers to a grassroots, community based intervention program designed to help the nation’s homeless veteran population.
This event has served as a way of bringing a wide range of specialized resources to help the city’s veterans facing a wide range of problems, from homelessness to mental health needs and everything in between. Stand Down is a once a year opportunity for homeless and at-risk veterans to access a broad spectrum of services in one location
The Massachusetts Stand Down depends on a large number of volunteers to help serve over 1,000 Veterans.
Volunteer areas include:
Veteran and Volunteer Registration * Friendly Site Guide * Clothing Tent * Food Preparation and Service * Family Tent
2014 Stand Down Volunteer Application
For questions about volunteering at Stand Down, contact Melita Little at email@example.com or 617-522-8086.
To find out how you or your business can donate time and services, please contact:
Stephanie Paauwe, Volunteers of America, firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-522-8086.