Stand Down 2008-2012 Statistics

VVSD believes intensive treatment leads to self-sustaining independence,
the maximizing of human potential and a meaningful, fulfilling life.
Our veterans are worthy of nothing less.




Some of the participants and volunteers at Stand Down 2012, which unfortunately once again served a record number of homeless veterans.


The following is a statistical break down of the services that were utilized at Stand Down 2008-2012.

Service Provided 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total Participants 830 928 947 1,003 1,062
Veterans 704 813 819 878 926
Men Veterans 680 762 765 822 862
Women Veterans 24 51 54 56 64
Children 46 52 37 36 63
Adult Dependents 83 63 91 89 73
Medical Services 360 324 374 462 446
Eyeglasses 347 552 608 578 400
Dental 162 139 120 262 213
VA Services 198 183 155 389 425
Meals Served 12,850 13,947 12,760 13,600 14,400
Volunteers 3,012 3,343 3,318 3,683 3,044
Volunteer Hours 33,132 36,773 36,498 40,513 36,874
Clothing 830 928 947 1,003 1,062
Homeless Court Cases Researched 822 1,055 853 1,081 1,415
Homeless Court Cases Adjudicated 149 140 256 550 701
Family & Child Services Cases - 96 42 46 57
Family & Child Services Veterans Served - 77 86 21 57
Family & Child Services Arrears Resolved - $250K $350K $650K $564K
CA Employment Department Contracts 105 124 131 350 343
DMV State ID Issued 122 150 102 108 93