One group of people that could desperately use tiny houses are the homeless.
That’s why I’m usually for any project tailored to help provide micro housing (shelter) for homeless people.
And in many cases this doesn’t even have to be a fancy cabin with all of the comforts of home.
It just needs to be shelter from the elements and a place to safely keep and carry essential belongings for those without a home.
Tiny House and Micro Housing to Help the Homeless
It has not only made it into the major news at NBC but other media outlets too:
Do You Think Micro Houses Can Help End Homelessness?
Video: Teacher Living in Dumpster to Experiment with Micro Living
I see the trend continuing to grow and hope that more micro homes, tiny houses, and other small shelters are created for people in need all over the United States as well as the rest of the world.
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