Vets4Veterans provides safe, secure, very low-cost transitional housing to qualifying veterans, with the goal of helping them become financially stable.
Operation Restart House was purchased in 2018 from funds raised within the Antelope Valley community, including fundraising events, donations from local individuals and businesses, and grants from large corporations with a local presence.
After the house was purchased, Home Depot came on-board with a $10,000 grant to upgrade all appliances, bathroom and kitchen fixtures, window coverings, closet doors, and interior paint. They also sent a crew and supplies to landscape the front yard. A local landscaper and a local contractor landscaped the backyard and built fencing all around the yard.
The Grand Opening was held in August 2018 with the community, elected officials, and community veterans and service groups in attendance. Since that time, Operation Restart House has provided a home to 4 families, for various lengths of time.
Memorial and Honor bricks were sold to provide a tranquil garden reflection spot under a pergola built by veteran Michael Shaub of Sentry Residential of Lancaster.