North Coast Stand Down provides homeless Veterans and their families direct access to service providers and educational information on state, federal, and local community services. We strive to promote a safe, supportive environment on the North Coast for Veterans through increased community awareness of their military service and support for their rehabilitation.
Come and be a part of the camaraderie and community that is created at North Coast Stand Down. Volunteers do everything: prepare food, handing out shower kits, playing with the kids... Many hands make light work - and we wouldn't be able to do it without our volunteers.http://www.northcoaststanddown.org/volunteer_form.html
Do you possess a talent or service you think Veterans might appreciate? Tell us about it! Every year, dozens of businesses, groups, and individuals generously donate their talents and services to our participants.http://www.northcoaststanddown.org/provider_form.html
Transportation is provided at NO COST to Veterans and their families.
Carriers will include Humboldt Transit Authority, Klamath-Trinity Network, Department of Veterans Affairs, and support from businesses and private vehicles. Service will be provided from designated pick-up points throughout Humboldt, Del Norte & Trinity Counties.
Due to regulations, no pets are permitted on V.A. Shuttles from Eureka and Del Norte County.
Humboldt Shuttle Service
The Humboldt shuttle will run on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Passengers will be picked up approximately every two hours beginning at 8 a.m. and running until 6 p.m.
The Humboldt shuttle stops are:
Totem Pole in McKinleyville Shopping Center
Arcata Transit Center
Eureka VA Clinic
North Coast Veterans Resource Center
Fortuna Veterans Hall