18th & Yesler Tiny House Village Community Meeting

Tuesday, June 14th from 7:00-8:30pm, there is a second community meeting about the new Tiny House Village being placed in the Central District, exclusively for women and children experiencing homelessness.  The Community Meeting is located at Ernestine Anderson Place located at 2010 S Jackson St. Here is more info about the meeting. 

As a church, we want to be a part of the solution to help families living on the street and find out what we can do to continue partnering with the organizations dedicated meeting the needs of those experiencing homelessness in our city.

Here is additional information about Tiny House Villages in the Seattle Area: 

In partnership with Nickelsville, SHARE/Wheel, Camp Second Chance, the City of Seattle, Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, and building trade organizations throughout the State of Washington, the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) is one of the largest providers of Tiny House Village shelters in the nation, ensuring that people’s experience in homelessness is as safe, dignified, and brief as possible.

Tiny houses offer tremendous benefits over tents – they are safe, weatherproof, and lockable – and the communities that we help build allow residents to reclaim their dignity and get on a path to housing in a supportive village environment.