U.S.VETS – Inglewood (Los Angeles) is the inaugural U.S.VETS site. It opened in 1993 with only five clients. Today the location operates over 600 beds of transitional and permanent housing. Employment services are provided through a workforce program that helps over 100 veterans return to employment each year.

Additionally, over 300 veteran family households are provided rapid re-housing and homeless prevention services.


We Want You To Go Places!

If you are a veteran seeking employment, professional prep help or are in need of resources, come out and attend this event on June 26.
Over 75 employers with verified job openings and resource providers will be there to assist you!

A big thank you to AT&T El Segundo and Carmax of Inglewood for coming out to our Memorial Day BBQ on May 23.

The employee volunteers from both organizations came out and served a BBQ lunch for over 250 veterans that day and also distributed clothing & hygiene giveaways, participated in a pie eating contest, and finished the afternoon with creating banana splits for everyone.

U.S. VETS – Inglewood has been awarded the highest level of accreditation by CARF International for Services Coordination in the areas of case management, workforce development and the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program.

 Connect With Us!


Mailing Address:

733 South Hindry Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90301

Veteran Seeking Housing & Mental Health Support or Other Inquiries
Kevin Kincey

Veterans Seeking Employment 
Cameron Cook

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
Shavon Smith

Donations & Corporate Volunteer Opportunities
Vicky Gallion


Executive Director

 Advisory Council

Robert Farrell

Hans P. Getty

Mary Miller

Robert Price

Musheer Rasheed

Lauren Trosclair Duncan

Dennis Tucker

Jerry Yamamoto

Honorary Members

Bob Dudnik

Allen Ralston

Akilah Templeton

Akilah Templeton is the Executive Director for U.S.VETS – Inglewood in California.

A native of Inglewood, Templeton jumped at the chance to return to the community she knows and loves.  She has worked in substance abuse and mental health for more than 20 years. Her commitment to service is deeply rooted in a family legacy of giving back. This dedication is evidenced by a conscious decision to work in public service and in the non-profit sector with the hope of improving the quality of life for those who may otherwise have difficulty accessing the care they need.

Prior to joining U.S.VETS, Templeton served as Managing Director for one of the largest substance use disorder and mental health treatment facilities in the country. She has also worked for the Department of Mental Health in Los Angeles County, the Department of Behavioral Health in Ventura County, and as a Program Director providing housing and supportive services to adults with developmental disabilities and chronic mental illness. As Executive Director for U.S.VETS – Inglewood, Templeton is committed to championing the cause of veteran homelessness and the myriad barriers that adversely affect our nation’s heroes.

Templeton holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from USC with a sub-concentration in Military Social Work. She also holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Leadership and Public- Sector Management, and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Through the course of her career she has held certifications as a Master’s Level Addiction Specialist, a Certified Addiction Counselor, and a Group Home Administrator. She has contributed to the national discussion on the importance of individualized and integrated care for individuals with co-morbid disorders through her professional associations and participation on panels and boards in the role of Director.