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This guide, provided by the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, presents frequently asked questions, classification of events, the organizing of and resources relevant to the Stand Down program.
Stand Down refers to a grassroots, community-based intervention program designed to help the nation’s estimated 200,000 homeless veterans “combat” life on the streets. Homeless veterans are brought together in a single location for one to three days and are provided access to the community resources needed to begin addressing their individual problems and rebuilding their lives (Author).

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2009
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202-546-1969
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