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Free services at 'MASH -Stand Down' event Thursday

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Veterans and civilians alike in San Luis Obispo County are invited to a "MASH - Stand Down" event on Thursday, May 25.

More than 50 businesses and non-profit organizations will be on hand to provide free services, including banking services, bike repair, clothing, counseling, education services, employment services, haircuts, housing assistance, legal services, pet services, showers, vision care, and more.

The event will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building in San Luis Obispo, located at 801 Grand Avenue.

Those in need are encouraged to register for services ahead of time online or by calling (805) 781-5766.

Free transportation will also be available in North County and South County.

MASH stands for Mobile Assistance and Services Addressing Homelessness.

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