Audubon Area Community Services and AmeriCorps Seniors have teamed up for a Veterans Resource Fair/Stand Down, which is coming to Owensboro in March. The event is open to all veterans, active duty, retired military, National Guard, reservists and military families.

Heather Yeiser
Heather Yeiser

The focal point of the event will be a variety of vendors and resources on hand. Those vendors represent "educational, employment, financial, health, and service-related resources." There will also be free haircuts, door prizes and refreshments.


Heather Yeiser
Heather Yeiser

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Evansville Vet Center

Daviess County Public Library

Bath Fitter

Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs

VA Diabetics and Nutrition

Brentwood Springs Health System

St. Anthony's Hospice

Henderson County Public Library

Coffee with a Vet

Veterans Food Bank

St. Benedict's Homeless Shelter

Daviess County Sheriff's Office

Glenn Funeral Home

Owensboro Memorial Gardens

Veterans Empowered Together

Kentucky Career Center

Epilepsy Foundation of KY

Elevance Health

Salvation Army

KY Vet Affairs KDVA

AACS Community Services

National Vet Help

Owensboro Human Relations Commission

Passport Molina Healthcare

River Valley Behavioral Health

Community Services


Senior Community Center Daviess County

Timesavers Caregiving & Concierge

Vets Outreach

Volunteers of America Mid States

Amvets Post 75

Advanced Care Planning

CDCE (Volunteer Service)

HPDP (Health Prevention Disease Program)

IPV (Intimate Partner Violence)

Post 911

Women’s Health

The 2024 Veterans Resource Fair/Stand Down will be held Friday, March 22nd from 11am to 2pm at the National Guard Armory, which is located at 3300 Tamarack Road in Owensboro, Kentucky.

Heather Yeiser
Heather Yeiser

No reservations are required and all veterans are encouraged to attend.

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