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The US Department of Housing and Urban Developement estimates that over 37,000 veterans experience home-lessness, half of whom do not have shelter on any given night. Among the leading causes of homelessness are social isolation, unemployment, substance abuse, and mental illness, including post-traumatic stress disorder.


Our mission is to build a transitional community of thirty (30) tiny homes and a community center to house homeless veterans and create a community where veterans can reside, gather, and receive physical and mental health services and job training.


  • Provide safe and secure housing for homeless veterans.
  • Create a community-centric setting to screen, house, and provide comprehensive programs to address the broad spectrum of needs for all residents, so that they can transition and reintegrate into society.
  • Assist residents to determine benefits and entitlements.
  • Transition residents to self-sufficiency by providing coun-seling and medical screening, and access to job training programs leading to employment contacts.
  • Work collaboratively with the community to help our veterans heal, so they, who have given so much to us, can successfully reintegrate into society.
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