Barbers Point

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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.

Thank you to all our “No Vet Left Behind” Golf Tournament Sponsors!

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  • U.S.VETS – Barbers Point Donor and Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon

    On September 5th, U.S.VETS – Barber’s Point held a Donor and Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon at the Willows Restaurant in Honolulu, Hawaii. As guests walked through the scenic garden entrance, staff greeted each guest as they proceeded through the doors of the Kapa’akea Room. Everyone enjoyed the acoustic Hawaiian sounds from Na Hoku Hanohano award winner, Kamuela Kahoano. As the formal program began community supporters and fundamental partners were honored and recognized for their vital role in supporting U.S.VETS – Barber’s Point site’s mission during the 2014 fiscal year. Veterans United, Paul L’Ecuyer, Michelle Bradshaw from Argosy University, Dick May representing the Rotary Club of Kapolei, Jade Umi from Star Protection, and Rey Armijo on behalf of the Wal-Mart Foundation, received an honorary glass plaque and were presented with a lei by Chief Operating Officer, Darryl Vincent, and Barber’s Point Executive Director, Dr. Kim Cook. The event’s highlight was the standing ovation that U.S.VETS - Barber’s Point’s success story, Mr. Damien Hanuna, received as he shared his personal journey of success to all who attended. Damien is an example of why we as staff members of U.S.VETS do what we do every day. On behalf of the Barber’s Point staff, we extend our deepest appreciation to all of our honorees and supporters who have made a commitment to join our fight to end homelessness amongst veterans.

  • U.S.VETS is Providing “Housing First” in Hawaii

    Housing First is a program that provides the homeless community the immediate housing, with the case management needed for stable living to follow. On September 4th, 2014, Hawai’i News Now, interviewed 88-year-old Air Force Veteran Thomas Murray V, who was placed in subsidized housing through the Housing First grant in June of 2013. Mr. Murray was one of the first homeless seniors to get a rental through the U.S.VETS Housing First program last year. U.S.VETS Chief Operating Officer, Darryl Vincent, speaks about the philosophy of Housing First and how U.S.VETS is adopting approach in order to address needs of chronically homeless, vulnerable, unsheltered individuals. “We have some in town, some as far out as Waianae and Leeward coast,” explained Vincent. “They’re women, they’re men, they’re young. They’re older.” The Housing First team at U.S.VETS works with Homeless Outreach programs to identify chronically homeless to match them with an apartment, having them pay 30 percent of their income. With this grant we are able to partner with other community agencies including Kalihi Palama Health Care, Waikiki Health, C. Peraro Consulting, Catholic Charities, and Helping Hands Hawaii, to assist the veteran population of the vulnerable members of Hawaii’s homeless community.

  • 2nd Annual “No Vets Left Behind” Golf Tournament

    On May 23rd, 2014, U.S.VETS – Barber’s Point hosted its 2nd annual “No Vet Left Behind” Charity Golf Tournament at the Hoakalei Golf Course, designed by PGA major tournament winner, Ernie Els. The event brought the community together to raise awareness about the services available to at-risk veterans through U.S.VETS. The festivities were filled with 124 golfers, 25 volunteers, and raffle prize giveaways - including round-trip outer island tickets, free rounds of golf, Samsung tablets, and gift cards up to $300. Following the tournament, Campbell High School Jr. Navy ROTC presented the colors at the awards ceremony, followed by entertainment and raffle prizes while enjoying the renowned dinner buffet. We were so humbled by all of our community supporters and by the benefit this event's proceeds will have on our veterans at the U.S.VETS – Barber’s Point program.

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Mailing Address:
PO Box 75329
Kapolei, HI 96707
808.672.2977

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Dr. Kim Cook
Executive Director (bio)

Veterans Seeking Housing
808.630.0771

Veterans Seeking Employment Assistance
808.330.5566

Veterans Seeking Other Services
808.286.5867

Volunteer Opportunities
808.271.7022

In-Kind or Goods Donations
808.271.7022

Advisory Council

MG (Ret) General Peter Pawling (Chairman)
PACOM

SMSgt Roxanne Bruhn
DOD HIANG

Al Denys
Pacific Fisheries & Industries, LLC

Kiran Polk
Chief of Staff (Councilmember Kymberly Pine)

Kehau Amorin
Hardware Hawai’i

Lt Col (Ret) Peter Ching

Command Chief Rob Lee
Hawaii National Guard

Richard Emery
Hawaii First

Leslie Cho
Ala Moana Hotel

Sweetie Pacarro
Clear Channel Media + Entertainment

MCPO Kevin Rathbun (Ret)
Island Realty Group, LLC

Honorary Members

Duke Aiona
David Carey
Capt. (Ret.) Jerry Coffee
Tony Diaz
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard
Rick Hamada
Judge Ed Kubo
Councilmember Kymberly Pine
Representative Mark Takai

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