Due the generosity of participating land owners, Homes 4 the Homeless has the opportunity to develop village-like campuses that maximize resources and utilities for residents, the neighborhood and the entire community. Individual dorm-style rooms can be supported by utilitarian designs for dining, bathrooms, showers, kitchens, community centers and more. Several building sites are being developed with an eye on sustainable living and a sense of community belonging.
In the era of Covid19, non-congregate single bedrooms are crucial in a Housing First strategy. With safe, secure housing, residents now have the opportunity to transition back into society and we help nonprofits and municipalities identify service providers that will give residents the individualized care they need.
With these kinds of modular structures, our team and partners have the ability to adapt Village(s) to virtually any site regardless of size, shape, adjacencies, and available infrastructure.
Easily deployed to areas in need, and as easily removed when necessary, modular housing can serve as the perfect solution to the housing and homeless crisis in America and abroad.
Homes 4 the Homeless is exploring innovative ways of sheltering people that are affordable and rapidly deployed. Members of our volunteer networked have developed a breakthrough method of creating modularized shelters out of composite materials that are environmentally friendly and nearly impervious to extreme weather.