Kansas City Builds Tiny Houses For Homeless Veterans

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The Veterans Community Project in Kansas City is taking serious steps to improve the lives of America’s war heroes. Thanks to generous donations from community members, they’ve built the Veterans Village, a collection of small houses that homeless veterans can live in for free.

The village includes 50 individual homes, each one about the size of a studio apartment. Occupants are provided with food and necessities, as well as a sense of privacy, security, and stability.

A nearby community centre, still under construction, will host classes and counseling aimed at helping veterans readjust to their lives and cope with trauma. #lovebeyondwalls #lovecenter

We love when cities go above and beyond to rethink how they address the housing crisis in our country. The Veterans Community Project in Kansas City is taking serious steps to improve the lives of America’s war heroes. Thanks to generous donations from community members, they’ve built the Veterans Village, a collection of small houses that homeless veterans can live in for free. The village includes 50 individual homes, each one about the size of a studio apartment. Occupants are provided with food and necessities, as well as a sense of privacy, security, and stability. A nearby community centre, still under construction, will host classes and counseling aimed at helping veterans readjust to their lives and cope with trauma. #lovebeyondwalls #lovecenter

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