Military Stand Down to support both returning and homeless veterans


homeless veteransSOUTH BEND — Returning and homeless veterans will find help from local organizations, service providers and employers who will gather for the third annual Michiana Military Stand Down from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday in the area off of Western Avenue between Four Winds Field and the Veterans Affairs Clinic.

The event brings together about 50 organizations offering no-cost services for veterans and their families, as well as 11 employers with hiring opportunities.

“I call it a smorgasbord of all the service agencies and organizations that want to help veterans,” said event co-chair Kent Laudeman, who is director of the Robert L. Miller Sr. Veteran’s Center at the Center for the Homeless and a veteran of the U.S. Army Reserves.



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