Valley Restart Shelter improves quality of life inside and out

A new roof and coolers are installed at Valley Restart Shelter in Hemet. Valley News/Courtesy photo
With the installation of new roofing throughout the 18,200-square foot facility in Hemet, Valley Restart Shelter is making yet another move to improve the lives of families that live there as they participate in the nonprofit’s housing and resource program.Executive Director Javier H. Lopez has overseen many changes since taking the reins less than a year ago. Working through his extensive wish list, he has made numerous community connections to secure funding and resources to turn his goals into reality.A new roof and the installation of new coolers is just the beginning. Valley Restart Shelter partnered with 3rd Generation Roofing who removed and replaced the roof on all three of the shelter’s buildings. New coolers were installed by J & M Air Conditioning & Heating o
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