Barbers Point


U.S. VETS – Barbers Point at Kalaeloa provides affordable, long-term, supportive housing for veterans. This site supports the U.S.VETS signature work re-entry program, Veterans in Progress.

Barbers Point serves 275 veterans daily.


  • IN THE NEWS: “Old Friends” with Darryl Vincent

    Hawaii’s popular newspaper, the Midweek, recently featured COO Darryl Vincent in their “Old Friends” column, which gives its readers a chance to catch up on people who have been featured on the cover in the past. Back in 2006, Midweek printed a story about U.S.VETS, and interviewed Darryl, who at the time served as Vice President of Programs, supervising the organization’s Executive Directors at all U.S.VETS locations in six different states.  Now as Chief Operating Officer, Darryl continues his philosophy of utilizing strong community collaboration to end homelessness. “Let’s all work together to make sure veterans have a place to go before they even need a homeless program,” he says. Please click here for the full story in Midweek.  

  • The Home Depot Foundation at U.S.VETS – Barbers Point

    On November 7, 2014, sixty volunteers from the Home Depot Foundation were on site to complete a community service project - the fourth project HDF has completed at our Barbers Point site. Representatives from all three Oahu Home Depot locations (Kapolei, Iwilei, and Pearl City) joined forces to complete several projects onsite. They added beautiful landscaping, built a barbecue pit for our veterans, and added some benches. Since August of 2011, U.S.VETS – Barber’s Point has had an extremely successful partnership with the Home Depot Foundation (HDF) of Kapolei. To date, the HDF has donated a total of $42,200 in projects/grants to our site.  The staff and veterans at U.S.VETS - Barbers Point would like to thank the Home Depot Foundation for its generosity, and for being invested in the success of the veterans we serve!

  • 10TH Annual Patriotic Glow Run

    We at U.S.VETS - Barbers Point were excited to announce our 10th Annual Patriotic Glow Run that was held on Saturday November 15, in honor of Veterans Day. Participants were encouraged to wear red, white, and blue glow gear, bring their flags and to run in honor of a veteran or loved one in the military.  We had veterans from our VIP and AHWP not only run in the 3.1 miles of glowing fun that had multiple black light zones, but they also volunteered to  help at the main event. They took on the responsibility to help set up and run the glow stations; miniature golf, a glow bucket toss, and fun photo booth! It was a great event for our veterans to see the support from our community members, sponsors, and staff.

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