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Placer Veterans Stand Down

May 2, 2022 @ 8:00 am May 5, 2022 @ 5:00 pm

Free Services for Veterans

Auburn, Calif. – Placer Veterans Stand Down, a non-profit organization located in Roseville whose mission is to help the Veteran population, is gearing up for its annual event May 2- 5 at the Gold Country Fair Grounds in Auburn. All Veterans and their families are invited to attend.

Veteran Stand Down events are modeled after the Stand Down concept that was used during the Vietnam War where exhausted combat units were provided a safe environment to rest, recover, receive meals and medical attention, and enjoy camaraderie.

Offering the following FREE services:

  • Meals
  • Optional overnight stay
  • Dental, Medical, Hearing & Eye Services
  • Veterinarian Services
  • Haircuts and Showers
  • Housing & Employment Assistance 
  • Child Support Services 
  • DMV Assistance
  • Home Repair Assistance
  • Clothes and personal care supplies
  • VA Benefit Assistance
  • Health & Human Service Assistance​

Walk-Ins Welcome, Pre-register for some services

Our event is open to ALL Veterans and their families free of charge.  Services will be offered for the first two days of the event.  Although walk-ins are welcome, pre-registration is required for some services. To pre-register and make an appointment with one of the assisting groups, please call (916) 251-9249.

For more questions about the event, or to make a monetary, in-kind donation, please contact Placer Veterans Stand Down administration at [email protected] or visit our the website at  www.placerveteransstanddown.org  

209 Fairgate Road
Auburn, CA 95603 United States
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