BY LOUISE BEVAN writing for The Epoch Times
There’s no place like home. And for Kansas City’s homeless veterans, a community project in progress is ensuring that these deserving men and women have a safe place from which to rebuild their lives.
The Veterans Community Project has built 13 “tiny homes” to date, intended as temporary accommodation for veterans experiencing homelessness, unemployment, and poor mental health. These ex-servicemen and women have needed a boost from members of their own community for some time, and the project aims to provide.
The project currently comprises four family homes, nine single homes, and a community center in the pipeline.
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