I wanted to show you how tiny house communities like this Opportunity Village in Eugene, Oregon are being used to help the now formerly homeless.
This is just one of the reasons why I love tiny housing. They empower people! And this is how I’d like to see more of them being used. In a way that lifts people up.
Especially those who are in need. This village opened its doors in August and it has been a success.
Current residents are officially formerly homeless and they maintain the property and govern themselves. They’re proud of what they have.
Tiny Housing to End and Empower Homeless
I encourage you to enjoy the videos, interview and information on this community to empower homeless people using tiny housing below (plus how they’re creating yet another one!):
Video: Opportunity Village Empowers Formerly Homeless People By Creating Community of Affordable Micro Homes
The project has been so successful that they are planning on another one called Emerald Village Eugene which will feature 15 more units ranging from $150 to $200 per month according to the original story over at KMTR.
Video: Dan Bryant Grand Opening of OpportUNITY Village
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