Operation Healthy Homecoming, Antelope Valley Enrichment Services, Mental Health America of Los Angeles

— Who We Help —

Operation Healthy Homecoming serves veteran families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness because they live in unstable housing situations or are experiencing serious financial difficulties. To be eligible, individuals and families need to meet these requirements:

Veterans and Their Families

Our project is designed to serve veteran families. This means:

or spouse is a veteran

(A veteran is someone who served in the active military, naval or air service. Our project includes National Guard or Reservists who had at least one day of active duty.)


To receive services, individuals and families need to be very low income. We can help figure out if veterans meet this requirement. We may even be able to secure discounted plumbing services from https://www.drpipes.com/ca/los-angeles/lancaster.html for the right candidates.

Veterans Status

The project serves veterans who were: honorably discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable. (We’ll need to have a copy of the veteran’s DD214 discharge papers.)

We will match ineligible individuals and families’ needs with the other helpful community services.

Operation Healthy Homecoming
Mental Health America, 506 W. Jackman, Lancaster, CA 93534, phone: (661) 579-8301

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