A Missouri-based nonprofit is working on a long-term solution to the homelessness some veterans struggle with after returning home – and it involves tiny houses.
On today’s show, veteran Chris Stout shared the story behind his work helping to build tiny houses for homeless veterans.
Co-founded by Stout, Kevin Jamison and Mark Solomon, the nonprofit Veterans Community Project has been turning an empty lot in Kansas City, Missouri into a neighborhood of around 50 tiny homes where veterans can live. Each house will be complete with a bed, kitchen and a bathroom, letting every veteran have a private space to call home.
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