Tiny House Living Helping The Homeless In Denver
Right now there is a small community of about 12 people that moved off the streets of Denver into a tiny home. The homes measure about 10ft by 12ft. It is a pilot program to see how well it can help the homeless, and so far it is working. Of the original 12, two were asked to leave by neighbors for breaking the rules; three got an apartment of their own and rest are still there.
Beloved Community Village is a collection of 11 tiny homes built to accommodate the homeless and get them on the path to permanent housing.
A true Tiny house is about 260 feet, but these homes are perfect for shelter in helping these people have a place to call home.
Do you think we need a Tiny House Community in Grand Junction to help the homeless? If so where do you think the Tiny Community should be set up?