Housing for Homeless – Cost-effective ways to provide shelter

Homeless people are homeless because they do not have a place to live. They need a home. Tents on the street or in a vacant lot have sprouted up in many cities. Is there a better way? This page shows several options. See also Conestoga Huts.

The Tiny House Approach

Can Tiny Homes Solve Homelessness In The U.S.?
This Tiny Home Community Gives Homeless Veterans A Chance – Working To End Veteran Homelessness
Dallas Cottages For The Homeless Filling Up
OPPORTUNITY VILLAGE: Tiny Houses as Homeless Shelters in Eugene, OR
Tiny house for homeless finished in Kansas
Building Tiny Homeless Houses Nashille TN

The Homeless Problem in Los Angeles

LA Is Spending Over $1 Billion to House the Homeless. It’s Failing.
Trash, Rats and Disease Cover Homeless Encampments in LA | NBCLA
Tourists And Growing Homeless Encampment Share Santa Cruz Sands
Venice Residents Furious Over Homelessness | Streets of Shame | NBCLA

Housing First Approach to Homelessness

The Housing First approach to homelessness | Lloyd Pendleton
More than a place to sleep: In R.I., a ‘housing first’ solution for chronic homelessness
Housing First: Principles Into Practice – Animated Overview

Even Smaller Shelters

Conestoga Huts Helping the Homeless
Homeless Push Cart camper
Homeless sleeping pod Concept
CREATIVE MUCH? A Portable House for the Homeless.

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