Veterans Stand Down In Everett Monday

June 20, 2018

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The event is free and veterans do not have to be homeless to participate.

Got this important reminder in from Christy Page at Workforce Snohomish to pass along to readers of

Know a veteran in the area that could use a bit of help? Dental screening, counseling, housing benefits are just a few of the things being offered next Monday (June 25th) at this free event for veterans in Everett.

The Snohomish County Veterans Homelessness Committee and Everett VFW Post 2100, will host the Snohomish County Veterans Stand Down 2018.

This event is part of Workforce Snohomish’s Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, an initiative focused on assisting homeless veterans to overcome their barriers and gain stable housing through employment. Although this event is aimed at serving homeless veterans as we continue to work toward ending veteran homelessness, no veteran with proof of service will be turned away.

The complete list of services, include: hygiene; legal services; haircut/stylist; dental screening; gear and clothing; housing information; meals and refreshments; employment resources; Veterans Service Officers; women-specific services; mental health assistance; Veterans Benefits Counselor; and medical & dental assessments.

Veteran’s lunches will be catered by Housing Hope’s HopeWorks Café and coffee will be available all day, thanks to the VFW. Veterans’ gear and hygiene kits will be provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Hero’s Café, and many more donors.

This FREE event will be held Monday June 25th at the VFW Post, 2711 Oakes Ave., Everett, WA from 9 am – 3 pm with dental services beginning at 7 am. For more information, please contact the Workforce Snohomish Veterans Unit at 425.258.6340.


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