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U.S.VETS – Barber’s 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.

Barber’s Point serves nearly 1,000 veterans.

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Mahalo to Kei Uehara Photography for capturing a day of fun, golf and giving for our 6th Annual “No Vet Left Behind” Charity Golf Tournament.

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Mailing Address:
PO Box 75329
Kapolei, HI 96707
808.672.2977

Executive Office:
91-1010 Shangrila St. Suite# 103/104
Kapolei, HI 96707

Veterans Seeking Housing
Macy Sevaaetasi
808.630.0771

Veterans Seeking Employment Assistance
Esther Laumatia
808.330.5566

Veterans Seeking Other Services
Alex Maiava
808.286.5867

Volunteer Opportunities
Leondre Walker
808.304.3266

In-Kind or Goods Donations
Leondre Walker
808.304.3266

Donations & Communications
Alia Buys
808.291.0370

Leadership

Executive Director

 

 

Kimberley Cook

 Advisory Council

MCPO (Ret.) Kevin Rathbun (Chairman)
KMR Properties, LLC

MG (Ret.) General Peter Pawling
PACOM

Sweetie Pacarro
KSSK iHeart Radio

Kiran Polk
Kapolei Chamber of Commerce

Kehau Amorin
Hardware Hawai’i

Sterling Beair

Leslie Cho
Hampton Inn & Suites

Glen Van Ingen

Dr. Rich Levine
Ewa Pointe Realty

Honorary Members

Capt. (Ret.) Jerry Coffee
Tony Dias
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard
Judge Ed Kubo
Councilmember Kymberly Pine
Lance Tanaka

Dr. Kim Cook

Dr. Kim Cook is the Executive Director for U.S.VETS Barbers Point.

She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Hawaii at M?noa, and completed the Masters and Psy.D. Clinical Psychology programs at Argosy University Hawaii in 2006 and 2008, respectively. After working many years in the non-profit sector with children with autism, adults with severe mental illnesses, and in the field of Chemical Dependency, Dr. Cook joined U.S.VETS in 2009 as Clinical Director. She transitioned in to the role of Executive Director in 2012.

Dr. Cook was born and raised on the island of Oahu and is involved in a number of community groups, including the West Oahu Professional Network (WOPN). She serves as a member of the Argosy University Hawaii psychology board.