Tiny homes for homeless for Aged-Out Youth

According to the survey conducted in 2009, it was found that in America every year there are almost 25,000 youth adults who age out of foster care. Once they are out of foster care, the transition to living an adult life on their own is scary as well as difficult. While they are still young enough to be living in an adult homeless shelter, TOJ is building Bunk-Bed facilities for them. Tiny homes help the transition from foster homes to being independent in a smooth way. While the age out youth is still young and learning, this gives them an opportunity to be independent yet having a house that they can possibly manage. We at CMore Tiny Homes make sure that layout of the house is in accordance with the liking of the young adults and easy to maintain. These houses can be easily customised to suit their needs. And the fact that the community wants these kids to be responsible, our service is to keep them aligned with their values and not let them stray.

Apart from the fact that you get a quality tiny home, there are a lot of benefits of living in one. Some of them are:

  • You get to enjoy a dedicated space for yourself.
  • You can network with new friends with the same mind set.
  • You get to enjoy the same lifestyle of a connected neighborhood without the cost of a large home on a small income.
  • Residence with an approachable distance to work, shopping, recreational activities, and more Learning the norms of how a community works.