Catering to the spiritual needs of the attendees was a makeshift chapel in an Army tent set up for the City Union Mission at the Heart of America Stand Down for veterans held June 4-5 on the grounds of the Manual Career & Technical Center in Kansas City, Mo. The Heart of America Stand Down is a program designed to help homeless veterans in the Kansas City area. The program brings veterans to the event to give them a chance to access needed services in an environment where they are treated with dignity. The veterans are given medical and vision care, three meals a day, a safe place to sleep, and other services and counseling they may require.
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