INNOVATION: Sacramento building $5.6M tiny-home community for homeless

“Our community is very special, and we have a lot of homeless here, just like everybody has them,” Pastor Larry Joyner told KCRA, “but we’re willing to help ours.”There will be trailers on site for bathrooms, showers, and community space for counseling and social services inside the church building, where meals will be provided.

Source: Sacramento building $5.6M tiny-home community for homeless

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First thing I thought of — tiny homes — when I first heard of “homelessness”!  That and ending “rent control”.  And, reopening the mental hospitals.  Also, ending the “(pseudo) War on (some) Drugs” shifting resources from prisons to treatment.

If we had more tiny homes neighborhoods, then the problem could be solved.

But, the Gooferment prevents entrepreneurial people from figuring how to solve the problem and make a few bucks out of it.  Remember — “no margin; no mission”!

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