Veterans Experiencing Homelessness Find Stability in Tiny Home Village

The Veterans Community Project in Kansas City offers veterans experiencing homelessness a fully furnished home, a case manager, and wraparound services such as counseling, dental care, veterinary services, financial literacy instruction, and community building. The community has 49 tiny homes and a Veterans Outreach Center, where any veteran can access services such as hygiene kits, food, identification services, and mental and physical health referrals. They hope it can serve as a model for other communities. “We’re here to radically change the paradigm of how people look at veteran homelessness,” said Sean Anderson, the lead case manager at Veterans Community Project.

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