Are Tiny Homes the Answer to Homelessness? Hosted by Manny’s
Could the solution to San Francisco’s homelessness crisis be 64-square-foot cabins dotting empty lots and spaces around the city?
Oakland and San Jose are just some of the Bay Area communities that have built tiny home villages to provide short-term housing for their neediest residents. Advocates site the need for both bold temporary housing solutions and longer-term permanent housing for the region’s homeless. Tiny homes seem to fit that bill. Unless you’re in San Francisco.
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