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I'd rather live in one of those tiny homes any day, rather than on the streets. Everyone needs shelter.
These are great ideas. And they get to feel part of a community 🥺
then work for it
@Cameo Six let me tell you something, you’re wrong. In low income homes I enter I see beers stacked in the fridge and have drinking parties every weekend.
This is so much nicer to look at and safer than tents and trash. This can help people trying to change their lives. Los Angeles needs SEVERAL of these and I’m glad this one has security
give it a week
Totally agree with you
It’s much safer and more comfortable than mortgage and big house.
we need hundreds of them
This is awesome. I love the fact that the homeless can now live with some dignity.
they trashing them like everything else they touch. addicts.
This brought tears to my eyes. We need more of this in the world especially with covid times happening. Some of the kindest most loving people I know have faced homelessness at some point in their lives. This would have made their times on the street so much more comfortable and dignifying. It's hard to look for jobs when you're in a shelter because of their hours. They essentially force them to hop from place to place never truly relaxing. The police will get called on them if they stay in one place for long. They're forced to shower at gyms and pools. It's ridiculous. This is a much better solution for them until they get back on their feet.
PlZ! Sacramento.. NEVERMIND ABOUT YOUR STUPID SELFISH BEER GARDENS & Concerts ... there Are Too Many Tents out here & people DYING. It's SAD.
We need this type of community or housing in Los Angeles. Help homeless folks as well as our veterans. 🙏
No god but Allah Islam way for peace and the real monotheism Search for the truth and right way with honest heart And ask him for the right way for his mercy.
@Luis Gamez ABSOLUTELY! Veterans deserve better and come before able bodied lazy adults.
@winning It's taken me 79 years to build my ivory tower. I started by doing farm work at the age of ten. Left home with a tenth grade education at seventeen. Currently I'm proficient in four trades and working six days a week. I lived in a station wagon for several weeks back in 1967 while working as a machine repairman for Coke at two dollars and fifty cents an hour. I tried pot but thankfully it didn't like me. I've passed on offers of cocaine more than once and have no sympathy for those who became addicted. Mother Nature and Father Time are quick to accommodate those who do. No one is entitled to a free ride because of their stupidity. Those who's circumstance didn't involve drugs, laziness, or stupidity need help but not to the extent of ignoring people who work hard for what they have. My original statement is merely a fact and nothing you or I can say will change the truth in it!!
@winning this is aside the fact of everything I stated. With VERY few exceptions, homeless people often reap what they sow
@I think we’re going to need a bigger gun I lived in a shelter for a year and it's the most corrupt place to ever be in modern times. The staff members are usually sadistic narcissist bullies who run the place and who treat everyone differently and have their favorites and the ones who they use as a punching bag. We were literally starved and denied water during quarantine because the staff was coming down with covid and would not let us order outside food and fed us minimum. Women and children crying out of hunger and unfortunately nothing can be done and I don't blame these people for not wanting to go to a shelter. Shelter abuse is a thing and until you lived it you wouldn't understand.
Good job, I've been following this story since the proposals were made for tiny housing years ago. I'm glad that San Jose is committed to this project.
This is amazing 🙏🏼❤️ This is what all communities should be doing!
I was on the streets for years. May this concept go National.
IT WONT ..the rich won't allow it in THEIR Beloved Neighborhoods . EVER..Soo Sad.
put them in the unused FEMA camps. Drugs are a pandemic worse than c vid.
And how did you get off the streets?
This is great. Sadly lots of homeless refuse to accept these kinds of great gestures because they’d rather be smoking and able to do whatever they do rather than being in a safe and healthy environment like this. But honestly this is amazing and I hope a lot of people decide to come and live here
THEY NEED THIS ALL OVER THE WORLD
Wouldn’t happen in the uk.....😞
go pay for it then
Won't it promote more homelessness? Why earn a living when it's handed to you.
@Cody H I dont think it's the drugs , I think it's the social problems that lead to drug use/addiction that needs to be resolved
Agree. I've been saying for a long time tiny home communities need to be more common not just for homeless, but for first time home buyers, or people who live alone. Currently in most places, homes like these are hard to come by, and need to be built brand new plus you need land for it.
This is so wonderful. God bless you who ever started all these.
That was a long time coming and I am so glad that there is security on the premises
The architect did an amazing job. I originally didn’t understand why there was so much open space when a house takes so little space, but I realized that it makes the town feel so much more human. Efficient grids would feel like a prison but this seems nice to live in. Also, Homes built with communal areas could be used in high rent places to conserve space and make housing affordable. This idea seems functional not just for the homeless but general people who want to save money on rent.
Awww these are so nice, clean and comfortable. God bless those who made this possible. 🙏🏼Everyone deserves a safe and decent place to call home. I wish I was a billionaire, I’d build thousands of these little homes for the homeless. ❤️🥺
This is where the tiny home trend should have gone, the houses are inexpensive to build easy to group together and makes it easier for people to finally get out of being homeless
if only they have the same mentality as you ...but to live there ..there are rules...and they dont want rules .. so if you GIVE IN to them as you people in the left always does... dont expect that community to be peaceful and clean
I believe she just wanted to know with Covid going on how do they share a kitchen. But now I'm going to answer her questions.....they possibly cook the food and now eat it back in their rooms instead of the usual social manner.
They can put an electric frying pan and a crock pot on their desk and use that.
@Glenna Russell are are you being funny about it are you making fun of them are you being a smartass what do you what do you mean I think you're. Are you a woman. Can you guess what do you eat.are you rich are you poor are you old are you homeless are you disable what who are you that you're making a smart remark like that before you talk. It don't matter when the f*** you eat. Love is everything you can eat. If you make it with love it it's great..🥴
This way, the authority ( Governer, Mayor, Senator, Congressman, Congresswoman) should work, for people, doing a good things to make people in need happy! This is call “ Humanity”! Thank you to everyone, who worked for this project!
Awww you go San Jose!! That's incredible! Amazingly thoughtful and kind. Show us the way forward
What a wonderful idea..would love to see more states doing this for the homeless.
Great! This needs to happen in other major cities throughout the country. Housing and jobs for homeless folks, from seniors and veterans all the way to homeless youth, teen moms, LGBT youth, handicapped folks -- There is so much need. All people need basic food and shelter and jobs, ways to contribute and have dignity. If we could do that, we'd boost living conditions and the economy and lower crime rates because people would be able to get what they need to live from paying jobs. The constant worry and stress of how to survive, I can't imagine. People who speak against this don't get it. I wish more people would understand and care.
I've been there in San Jose last 2015, 2017, 2019. I saw manny homeless leaving in the sides of freeway, in the corner of malls. But thank God its good to see other homeless have now their own home to leave.
i’m crying. this is honestly the best news i’ve heard in the last months after all the bs that’s going on. this is truly amazing and i hope other cities start doing this. idgaf who you are or where you come from, no one deserves to go to bed hungry or cold. we need to help eachother and stop being so selfish! just remember when you walk past someone who is an outcast, that’s someone’s mother, father, brother, or sister. so be kind to one another for the love of god!
@Roswitha Bearfield yep! 🙂❤️☮️
Don't say your crying then I will start crying. Agreed with everything you said!
@tyvek05 you need to look up stories about millionaires and billionaires who became homeless over night. It could literally happen to anyone, you don't even have to live paycheck to paycheck for it to happen.
Finally found someone who knows appreciation. How bless you. Some people in Africa don't have this
Mary Suniga do you actually engage with homeless people? I bet that you don’t. I’m my job, I’m in contact with them everyday and he’s right. Many of them choose to be homeless.
There are many tiny home communities in other states, so it's awesome to see this same model in San Jose. This should be a model replicated in other cities in the Bay Area to help the homeless be in safe and clean space to help get back on their feet. To give them back a sense of dignity. The community structure, coupled with the social services available to them is critical in their transition back to permanent housing. Amazing work San Jose!
I want to see inside these tiny homes and have the tenants tell how they feel about them. Something to warm my heart.
I love when people help others that's progress and helps bring balances. Awesome, I love this.
I love this so much, obviously a huge step in the right direction. But as some one living with debilitating mental illness(thankfully housed though), this living arrangement would seriously feed my generalized/social anxiety and I can guarantee I would regularly struggle with simple self care tasks like brushing my teeth, eating, showering, etc, if I ever had to live there. I know not all, but a lot of homeless people struggle with mental disorders as well, and it DOES NOT cost more to make individual bathrooms for each unit, rather than the communal bathrooms and kitchens. My husband is a contractor, and he's literally built multiple studio units, so we know there is no reason not to give everyone there own personal, private bathroom and cooking area, other than to babysit them with the security guard to make sure they aren't wasting water or starting fires. I'm totally on board with a security being there though, and I think he could handle being trained to deal things like a little kitchen fires and whatever may occur due to people having their own studios with all the usual amenities
Its AWESOME, now they have a home to come home to and sleep in a warm bed...I know they definitely appreciate it. More cities should do the same .
I shee you, BOI!
I’m very proud of the city leadership taken positive action for these homeless people
I'm glad to see someone is making an effort to help the homeless now this is something I'd gladly donate to
Wow I think that it's great to give people a chance to settle down and have the time and comfort they need to get back on their feets. They should have a camp like this everywhere for those who are struggling, I know it's going to feel uncomfortable at first but at least it's nothing more than a support system that is necessary and can help society greatly.
What a wonderful news. Nobody deserves to live on the street. Congratulations for those who participate in this project and for those who got a new house. 👏🏼👍🏼
God bless everyone who had a part in making this housing possible. God bless the residences. I pray that more cities do this this is awesome and wonderful thing!!!
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Great idea! I've been wanting to BUILD A tiny home in my home-country in Naija in Africa. Most rest estate folks tend to build communities for the wealthy in Naija, but I am interested in tiny/container housing as it's promising. Thankfully, some dude in Naija who is from my culture actually, he built the first prototype of a tiny 20 ft container home that had 1-2 bedrooms and a kitchen/bath. I have cool ideas on how to maximize space in tiny homes... I just can't wait to set foot back in Naija ASAP so that I can join the youth in building affordable housing/infrastructure, and in creating jobs, GOD WILLING!
Warms me. Need more of this cross the country ❤️
I wish they would do that here in Hawaii, regardless if people are drug addicts or whatever, just make tiny homes like these to get them off the streets, THEN off of the drugs. Aloha from Hawaii
@Hmngbrd77 We were envisioning utilizing these vacant malls and turning them into transitional centers with security, medical, legal, mental health, and food facilities - like all-inclusive temporary residential centers to assist the homeless to help get them on their feet again.
Off of drugs first. The drug epidemic is out of control. They should be institutionalized for at least a year. Reward them with a tiny house and jobs when they get out.
Then more homeless people would move to Hawaii. Hawaii sends homeless people to Alaska and California
Didn’t know this about beautiful Hawaii
Unfortunately, giving them tiny homes will not get anyone drugs, unless you think they are taking drugs because they are not happy, not
We need more now!!! Prayers please 🙏 folks! 💞
🦋This is the most humane housing community, I've ever seen.
@Deidre Coday It is better than living in the streets dude. It's not a hotel for you or me to go to. It's a homeless shelter. You're pretty shallow aren't you?
@Luis Rodriguez 12k a year is low income. Where tf is 100k low income? Leave LA or NYC
@Deidre Coday Umm, the alternative is in a tent below an underpass
@Deidre Coday Eh we had those in college, better than being homeless and not even having a bathroom
Not the solution. Yes it’s better than living in the streets but how sustainable is that when $100k a year is considered low income.
Thank you this warms my heart..this is a start...we need this all over♥️🙏🏻please help all those in need give them back their pride and dignity....
This is honestly really cool, and the houses themselves look super cozy!I think my only complaint (albeit as someone who’s not homeless/not an expert on this, so correct me if needed) is that I honestly feel as though ground-up communities like this should be made to feel much like visitable, permanent communities like other traditional neighborhoods with potential businesses and amenities mixed in to provide cheap housing to non-desperate Americans *alongside* a good chunk set aside for the homeless. That way, amenities like medical care & schools can be accessed easier (unless it already is in this community?) and both homeless and non-homeless can intermingle more. Plus, while the homeless need housing the most, we also should look into middle class/general lower cost housing in general, whether they’re in communities like this or not. There is also the argument as to whether exclusively low-rising housing like this could actually bring harm in the long run in regards to housing costs/stock, as it has throughout the rest of the country, though maybe that doesn’t matter so much in these kind of communities? That being said, this looks really nice, and I wouldn’t be surprised if this ends up being super helpful at the very least!
Finally something positive!!!! This is what I like to see and hear! Humanity helping each other for the better of tomorrow.
This needs to be done all over this country. A hand up . ❤
literally why can’t we do this for every town? they would be so thankful to even have a small sheltered place... this is awesome. ❤️
And now your tax dollars are being put to good use?
@J Worth it's also hard to get a job when you dont want one because the tax payers keep giving hand outs.
@Holy Ghost & Fire I do help. I help a lot. With my tax money. Everyday when I go to work.
D Blades a lot of homeless people, especially in California, have jobs but can’t afford a place to live. Stop judging and try helping, maybe then there’d be less homeless people. Learn compassion, it’s a great trait to have. You never know when you’ll need someone to have compassion on you.
D Blades it’s really hard to get a job when you have no address and can’t take a shower. This is supposed to be transitional.
I love this! I do hope this organization is also providing mental health services as that is really the key to keeping folks off the streets permanently
A wonderful idea whoever came up with the idea god bless them there’s been more homeless ppl out here where I live especially after Covid and something like this would be a great thing to do
I'll be curious to know what this place looks like a year from now.
You can lead the homeless to housing but you can’t MAKE them change. Just look at the tent cities….no different. Tons of crap everywhere. Yes please….honest pictures and news reporting from this place in a year or two (before and afters) PLEASE!!
Come on people we know it’s going to be a shithole in a year , also why are they always temporary ?
@a adezo Not true.
Notice, u are only a paycheck away from needing this kinds of service. Put you're nose down
@mike askme Ive seen the results in person with friends that have been adversely affected by this. You did the assuming. Im not a junkie or alcoholic or felon and ive always been OVER employed because those are the choices i chose to make.
Its genius I love it ,a step forward yet not a permanent situation for most as they move even further into recovery from disaster Impressive very impressive
At least San Jose is doing something about the major problems. Los Angeles is doing nothing.
Las Angles should be ashamed of them selfs everyone should have shelters to help homeless
@Will Willy YOU Willy . . . are but ONE ! There are others that are willing to contribute . . . if they jus had a roof, over their head ! 😬💀🇺🇸
They are adopting this in Echo Park Ca
LA is doing nothing would be better than what they're actually doing
@N Esco Easy solution. STOP PANDERING to the homeless. It's as simple as that. No Birdseed and the birds dont come. Got it? Let 'em go somewhere that does Pander to them.
This is so cool. Love it that so many people are helping the homeless.
This is awesome and every city should have this available for the homeless.
Awesome changes San Jose!! May God continue to change the hearts of people for good! God bless you all!
This is how people can actually grow individually again. Everyone needs a home base at a minimum to move upwards.
This is crazy,both my mom and I said a long time ago that this would be perfect for homeless people. ...This is awesome!!!
This is great. It's like depression era community housing. I hope these people can better their lives and become happy and healthy.
Fantastic idea and execution, I have to say now as other cities such as my own here in Massachusetts can adopt the same program that would be wonderful
That is such a great idea..its giving the homeless a decent place to call home . ...these could b built also for low income people as well ...love it ...(colleen)
I hope it works out and the idea can spread, it looks really great 😍😎 Hopefully the people who move in keep it clean and nice for those who will come after (since the bathrooms and kitchen are communal)
I've had this idea for about 20 years, so amazed someone finally started doing it, we need this to go worldwide. If we can all volunteer our time doing this, we can end poverty and significantly reduce inequality.
Everybody has the opportunity to make something of themselves. If you choose not to act on those opportunities or make bad decisions that is on you.
@JOE BLOWS Some ppl are mentally ill, & Some ARE Disabled ..they NEED to Address these Issues
Well, where you at? I'm in Boston and want to do this. Definitely could use help!
You sound like a politician that's really all talk but does nothing.
Okay my only question is what took them so long and why aren't we doing more of this, every city in the USA has acres upon acres of abandon factory sites, unused strip malls so why aren't cities doing this not just for the homeless but for everyone. Charge a small fee for rent use solar for Utilities and grid services while people are working to get back on their feet.
Human dignity demands a decent home for the homeless. My salute to the local government officials and their partners for this noble accomplishment. I hope it will become a template for every state and countries all over the world.
Smart. I've always wondered why cities don't do this. You need security and people need a basic place to clean, look for work, and sleep safely. Bravo San Jose!
I think getting people to volunteer to build these things would be no problem.
Love this idea. I live in long island new york,please bring the tiny house community here please.
This is beautiful I love it that they made tiny homes to help the homeless I wish that could happen nationwide.
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Im very happy that homelessness can finally have shelter. Thank god🙏🏽 I just hope Los Angeles does this solution because its very sad without a roof over thier heads😞
I need to get into that business, those things are way smaller than a Home Depot $4k storage shed and are being sold to the city at 80K a clip. Helping the needy never ends up being an act of benevolence.
We need this everywhere. For the homeless crises and also the same concept for more affordable housing. I have been dreaming of buying a backyard tiny home.
Lovely to see that USA are finaly doing something for their own citizen and not only for them self. The crimes will with no doubt be reducing by having a tiny homes for the homeless people so the safety will be increasing both for the homeless citizen and the other citizens. :) Good job! Hope to see more of it! The cost will be reducing with lower crimes and bureaucracy, prisoners and so on as well because of it.Soon maybe you guys can be starting focusing on mental health issue in USA and maybe, just maybe america can starts to be a modern safe country.
finally those people has some decent place to live, it like a miracle for them, it is an act of humanity , best news of the day
It looks nice! We need more of these housing!
Is this so hard? This is what needs to be done on the west coast on a mass scale. People need to stop accepting open homelessness. It is not compassion it is neglect. Our communities should have upward movement not a downward spiral.
I talked to a chronic homeless and hd expressed the tiny home solution is spot on,he also said it should be priced for disability or 711 clerk affordability
If more of these would be built, I'd be happy to pay an increase on my taxes!
The next step would be tiny houses (250-400 sf) that contain a small bathroom and kitchen and would be open to people ready to leave the bridge housing and integrate with others who could benefit from tiny houses - elderly, young people just starting out like college grads, people new to the area, women leaving domestic violence, etc. It would be especially nice if there were an option to either rent or buy for those who want to remain in the community.In the 1950s, the average home was under 1000 sf. Even though families have gotten smaller, homes have gotten much bigger. There is no reason that one person needs that much space and prices make homeownership impossible for far too many. Smaller homes would address multiple problems.
Such negative comments. I think it’s a nice idea. Tiny homes is privacy and it’s a great start.
I drove by these the other day...they were nice!
@CANTDOANYTHINGABOUTIT - "Some don’t care abt providing dignity to others."And what is a person's job to provide for him or herself?If you have no "dignity" for yourself then nobody else is going to "provide" it for you.
They need to fix what’s causing the homelessness problem ie mental and drug illness. Once you sort out the problem and fix it there won’t be any homeless. These people are going to turn these into crack houses and were all paying for this crap.
Just makes you feel good to know that they have to live here under government protection and not allowed to camp illegally. Money well spent to clean up the community for all to enjoy.
We need more of this in America! Bravo California!
I hope that bigger cities where the homeless situation is out of control like LA, SF and NYC take notes. This is what needs to be done.
I would love a follow up to this story. How is it working out? Are the people who stay here actually bettering their lives and getting jobs and then permanent housing? Is the tiny community clean and safe?
Help them find jobs too so we can help restore their lives.
@Kevin Li finding them jobs is not realistically going to solve things. People with drug addiction are escaping pain and symptoms of PTSD and other personality disorders developed from trauma like childhood poverty and abuse. Trauma causes brain differences and symptoms like reactivity, impulsivity etc that don’t just disappear if someone has a job or a roof over their head. It’s very difficult and takes a long time for people to heal, even when they have good supports. Also lot of homeless people are different and born with neuro differences like autism, dyslexia and learning disabilities or have schizoaffective mental illnesses. These people don’t fit into society because capitalism doesn’t have a role for them. you seem to blame individuals and place an expectation that people can transcend these kinds of limitations just by being given a job. but it’s actually the collectives job to take care of people who have been injured (mental injuries are no different), support people who are born different in finding a way they can be a positive contributor to a family or community (traditionally before capitalism we viewed contribution in a much broader way and lived in communities and extended families) or accommodate people who are born different and need support to live in this society. Finding them jobs won’t change any of those things. For people who are neurologically different even if you find them a job they can handle- they don’t have the executive function to take care of all the stuff to stay employed and housed like paying bills or getting to work on time. The first thing is we need to figure out what kind of healing and support these people need and if we don’t have systems or people able to provide it, they need to be created. otherwise these people will just fall through the cracks again. Also, for those who simply lost a job and just need to get back on their feet... in many regions a person can have a full time job and still not be able to afford food and shelter. So even then a job doesn’t solve the problems of an economic system that doesn’t enable people working full time to support themselves.
@your majesti Jobs are slavery? How do you propose that these people support themselves?
you need a place to live to get a job.
@Hang Su There are solutions but not for this country....
@Renee Sznnn Show me a solution. Nobody can save you, even God, except yourself. Taxpayers can help them for a while, but not forever.
We need this in every state in the union. The endowments for the arts can WAIT!
Anything to help a fellow human to get back on their feet is a good thing. GOOD JOB CALIFORNIA !!
This is great...This is how you help the homeless community by caring and not pushing them a way. You give them hope .
They look really cozy despite being tiny but I think that’s the point. I’m happy that these people have a place to live.
Sometimes just having some where to call home is all you need...It’s the principle, not the size. It makes people feel human, cared about & a reason to go forward....
Ms. Understood And it's safety.They can really rest.Its wonderful!
@B vegan Now not enough fertile land for the population.personal farming is hard work that isnt very efficient. Plus look out for the weather.
@B vegan Now School is very important. I have family who wish they could have had a good education. I agree with the grow your own food, spending time in Europe shows just how easy it is to grow your own food and it tastes so much better too.
Convince gov to let everyone have an acre of free tax free fertile land to grow a food forest on and live on. End farm subsidies. End tax breaks to farms exsept those who grow healthy vegan food for human consumption exsept no large mono crops. End mandatory school, ged and hsd requirements, age limits, minimum wage, and exsessive regs. People should be able to learn how to do a good job they want so they can afford a house and car before 18. For those who and whos parents can afford it, tax deductible chairty and or the about 180,000dollars spent on k thru 12 per student could pay for it and trash k thru 12 and some of that money could be used to promote more independence and healthy living.
Absolutely amazing. Australia needs to take note
Yes, Yes, Yes, We need to build a huge town with this kind of house and hospital school... let's help them
This is beautiful ❤️
I asked a professor at a architecture school about designing tiny homes and she trashed the idea and said they don’t have a place in the future. I designed a mobile shower unit for homeless people and another architecture professor said “don’t focus on the homeless, there’s not that many of them anyways”. Another professor got upset with me when I portrayed families in my design projects, told me we need to challenge the traditional family unit.These are the people in our “higher education” shaping the weak feeble minds of our youth.P.s. the school I went to was bought by a Chinese company months before the scamdemic. They received Millions in federal money months after buying the school. They forced everything online and reduced the size of the campus, they also raised tuition.
lost me at scamdemic. Everything you wrote was on the verge of bullshit, now it def is.
@Leia Jiang stfu
No the pandemic is not a scam just luke homelessness isn't. They are real things real people go through.
I might of said the same thing when I was young... How many years have you been working?
God bless who ever came with the idea some of those people is not the drugs that got them there having a bed every night is priceless god bless for the help.
Christian Lacroix - It’s a lot more than illusions
@xxx xxx Can't you tell when things are just illusions and ignore them ?
@xxx xxx My brother is in the same boat. He has me.He is lucky. Not everyone has someone. Love your family.
@Michelle L im schizophrenic and im not homeless but i would be if i didn't have family
There not all on drugs most have mental issues. Dont. Use drugs as a excuse
Yes they are really helping the homeless hoping they will build more and wishing those residence to appreciate this opportunity to have a safe place to live.
It's a very good program for the homeless people. Hope to make more to come.
This is a good thing, but I remember a few years ago this one guy was trying to do the exact same thing and they wanted to stop him. It is just crazy how they are okay with it now. Either way Thank God some changes are happening.
Different county but yes you're talking about Elvis
This need to be built in every city, because every city has homelessness!😢 40 is not enough! For all the money that Gavin Newsom has wasted 5000 of these Little houses should have them built if not more! Rent is so high in California. and it’s only going higher.🥺
Almost everyone who has done drugs has purposely tried them
@IHASBAGUS You act like these people purposely do drugs. Grow some compassion.
I'm not paying for drug addicts homes
Finally, some hope for real solutions. We need more housing like this, thousands more. Look at skid row Los Angeles, decades of gross negligence, it has to end.
That will never happen Los Angeles has the worst nimb laws that prevent construction like this unless it is a high rise luxury skyscraper or apartment in LA it is impossible to build something this in LA simple cause of the regulations zoning laws and there is no profit to be made. Skid row will never be cleaned up.
there are almost too many people to help and you know a lot of them will end up right back where they were.. how do you think they got there in the first place? obviously shit can happen but most choose to do drugs all day instead of getting a job.
Why dont you pay for it?
Really nice job, it's a good start. Eventually they might be able to expand to a second floor, cause 40 isn't much. Maybe they can hold rehab, counseling, job training, and other things in that communal Kitchen.
about damn time they started doing this. we need a better system. one that prevents homelessness and also helps people get out of homelessness instead of letting them rot out in the streets. i feel like i'm one of the few that tries to help them. you don't have to give them money. if they're hungry, buy them a sandwich or something if you can. remember that's someone's mother, daughter, brother, sister, ect out there.
We need more of this man
This is an awesome solution to help the homeless people...Every city in the US has unused land they can implement these solutions.
Praise God, bless everyone who was involved in this wonderful and needed change. We all need to do whatever we can in this life to reach out and love others.
@ieatalot2 you should talk to someone about that
@Daimhin AubreyWOW WHY YOU SO OFFENDED BY A COMMENT, YOU DIDNT GET YOUR BUTT FUC?
@Finding Faith bruh good for you for finding your preferred form of escapism but don’t force feed it to others. you sound like an asshole. 10/10 jesus wouldn’t approve.
@Finding Faith revelation 0:0 don’t push your religion on other people cause that does the opposite of what you want to achieve and makes people really, really, really fucking hate your religion and people involved in it.
@Daimhin Aubrey solid
So Proud of All San Jose💞🌴 from Arizona still in Cali Spirit!
I love that they finally accepted this idea
I wish I was rich, I would love to help provide funds and build something like this in my city for the homeless! I would also like drug and mental health treatment centers available for free to those who can't afford to go for help! Even with medical insurance, the copays and deductibles aren't always affordable for everyone to go get the help they need!