Youth Spirit Artworks will be opening a tiny house village for houseless youth. The emergency shelter village is still under construction, but they are shooting to open at the end of January/early February. All residents will have their own tiny house, but the kitchen, bathrooms, and maker space are communal. In addition, all residents will be a part of Youth Spirit Artworks' core social-justice based art and job skills building program.
Residents will pay 30% of their income toward a monthly program fee and says it's okay if you have zero income, but all will receive a $175/mo stipend for being apart of the program.
If you are aware of anyone between the ages of 18-23 with no children, who are currently unhoused and looking for a place to stay in the Berkeley/Oakland area, have them email email@example.com and they will receive the flyer/application to apply asap. 633 Hegenberger. You can, also, visit https://youthspiritartworks.org/programs/tiny-house-village/
These homes are BEAUTIFUL and even more of that word, it's all for a cause. Pass the word on.
All image and info credit via Shy Alderman
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