I was given a full tour by Ms.Grace, who has been working as a program manager for over 1 year. Linda is primarily in charge of fundraising, but she also manages the day to day activities for the guests.
The house serves up to 100 square miles as far away as Hawthorne, Bishop, Northern California, Chico, Grass Valley, Alturas, Willits, etc). They charge $25 a night, but will not turn anyone away if they can not pay. VGH is a non-profit organization so they rely on private donations. Linda tells me they usually provide a Continental breakfast every morning with fresh coffee, sweet rolls, etc. They often receive donations of food from local community. A local church brings them a home cooked meal on occasion. They have a full kitchen so their guests can fix their own meals. For guests who have accessibility issues, they offer an elevator to their rooms and back down to the main level. One thing I got out of this tour is its really a home away from home.
They have a Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Veterans-Guest-House/ and a website