Veterans Inc.

Stand Down

Thank you to all sponsors and supporters of Veterans Inc. 13th Annual Stand Down.

To sponsor the 2019 event,
please contact (508) 791-1213 ext. 1162 or


 See how we help veterans in need and their families each year at our annual Stand Down!


The Worcester RMV will be at Veterans Inc.’s 13th Annual Stand Down, to help obtain and renew ID’s. To get a learner’s permit, driver’s license, or Mass ID in Massachusetts, you’ll need to provide proof of citizenship or lawful presence, a Social Security number, and Massachusetts residency. Learn what documents you can use by clicking the link:

2018 Stand Down Employers and Providers

Major League Barber Shop
Scizzors Hair Salon
Good Fellas Barber Shop

Employment & Training
Career Resources Group

Quinsigmond Community College
Worcester State University
UMass Extension Nutrition Education Program

Career Fair 
Centerline Drivers
Transportation Security Administration
Worcester Public Schools
U.S. Security Associates
PeopleReady Skilled Trades
Reliant Health Group
Securitas Security Services
Harmony Staffing & Homemaking Agency
Heavy Construction Academy
Bristol-Myers Squibb
United Personnel
UMass Memorial Medical Center
Massachusetts Department of Correction
Community Healthlink
David Clark Co
Stanley Steamer
Milton CAT (Caterpillar)
Charter Spectrum
Tri State Truck Center
CoWorx Staffing
Grafton Job Corps Center
Workforce Central
Van Pool Transportation
Renewal by Andersen
Milford Regional Medical Center
City of Worcester Human Resources

Mass Dept of Telecommunications and Cable (DTC)
Prudential Financial
New York Life
Disbility Determination Services
American Consumer Credit Counseling

Food Trucks
The Dog Father

Legal Services
Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General
Community Legal Aid

A Caring Touch Nursing and Homecare Services
Wells Health Care
Fallon Health
Lutheran Rehabilitation & Skilled Care Center
New Start Brain Injury Community Center
Health Plans Inc

Medical – Specific Area
Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Services
Sarah Walker Therapeutic Massage
Elder Services of Worcester Area, Inc.

Worcester Vet Center
Bedford VAMC
Dept. of Veteran Services – SAVE
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)
Mass 211-United Way of Tri-County(Veterans Services)
Mass National Guard Family Programs
Rob Levine & Associations – Veterans Division
Veterans Bonus
Heidrea for Heroes
Montachusett Veterans Outreach Center
Women’s Health Science Division, National Center for PTSD
Veterans Assembled Electronics
VA-Veterans Affairs
Home Base


The Salvation Army
Blair House
National Grid
Clear Captions
City of Worcester, Office of Human Rights & Disabilities
Habitat for Humanity Metrowest/Greater Worcester
Worcester Registry of Motor Vehicles
The Department of Transitional Assistance -DTA
Worcester Jobs Fund
Crossroads Clubhouse
Fallon Health Summmit Eldercare
Notre Dame Health Care – At Home
Greater Springfield Habitat for Humanity
Viability Inc.
Holyoke Health Center
Chelsea Soldier’s Home
Career Resources Group
Sarah Walker Therapeutic Massage
Elder Services of Worcester Area, Inc.

 Thank you to our sponsors!




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Thousands of veterans and their families have received assistance through our Stand Down event since it began in 2006. The event provides counseling & substance abuse referrals, employment & training, healthcare services, housing resources, legal services, wellness activities, and a career fair. Veterans and their families are also be able to receive FREE clothing, meals, haircuts, and personal care items. Giveaways and Raffle Items are also given out.

Career Fair

Stand Down

The Stand Down is open to homeless and in-need veterans and their families. All services and items are provided free of charge. Veterans should bring a DD-214 or VA card as proof of veteran status.

Health and Wellness

Stand Down is a term that originated during the Vietnam War used to describe the practice of removing combat troops from the field and taking care of their basic needs in a safe area. According to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans, the Stand Down was “a safe retreat for units returning from combat operations” where troops had access to clean uniforms, warm meals, medical and dental care, mail, and camaraderie, all in a safe environment.