Stand Down, owned & operated by Faith*Hope*Love*Charity, Inc. (FHLC, Inc.), assists homeless male veterans who are struggling, who have lost their homes and their ability to lead productive lives due to mental & physical illness, addictions, and/or other issues regain their independence and lives through transitional living, a multi-tiered program, and collaboration with government agencies, veteran service organizations, & the community.
Stand Down was founded by two veterans, Roy Foster and Donald Reed, with a vision to help their brothers in arms. They began to make their dream a reality when they founded Faith*Hope*Love*Charity, Inc. (FHLC, Inc.) in 1994. In May 2000 Stand Down opened its doors and it has flourished since.
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It is our honor to provide an opportunity for these men who have served our country to regain their strength and dignity and to return to productive lives. We are proud to say that more than 1,000 veterans have received support from our program since we opened.