The mini-houses serve as a temporary home and the NGO also offers professional psychological support and awareness actions against drug use
By: Isabela Alves
The Hope of the Valley NGO is building mini-houses in Los Angeles (USA) for homeless people.
The house serves as a temporary home and also offers professional psychological support and awareness actions against drug use.
Because of the emotional help that the project also provides, the creators offer the house only for a period of six months, as they believe that this time is enough for the person to reorganize themselves.
In this way, other people in situations of vulnerability will also be able to participate in the project.
Currently, 39 units are in operation. The houses have two beds, cupboards, two plugs, heating, air conditioning, four windows and a door.
Another three villages are being built in California, one with a capacity for 100 mini-houses – which would make it the largest in the state.
Source: Reasons To Believe
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