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About

Settled Inn Village is a facility to allow those experiencing homelessness to have a better alternative than the community setting they have chosen in the current tent camps or living on the streets. 

To provide needed services in an accessible manner is of significant value to the clients as it dramatically decreases the number of those experiencing homelessness which decreases jail participation, emergency room visits, loitering and boredom. The ultimate goal is to give them a reason to wake up each day, be productive and become a valued citizen of our community.

Budget

We are currently only able to provide a general estimate of the costs to open the Village with 10 houses and a main central office and gathering building. Including the estimated cost of $100,000 for the purchase of the land, $500,000 for initial property development of the infrastructure and $150,000 for the building of the initial 10 homes. We currently have approximately $120,000 in donations.

Strategy

The configuration of the Village will be 10 groupings of 10 tiny homes surrounding a central gathering area that holds a large kitchen, laundry facilities and community bathrooms.  Initially, Phase 1 will include the necessary infrastructure of entrance, roads, utilities and landscaping along with the first grouping of 10 homes. A vegetable garden area and chicken coup will also be included in this phase. The estimated cost of this phase is $750,000.

 

Additional groupings of 10 houses will be added as funds are raised.  With each group of houses will be another dignified work area such as dog grooming, boarding and veterinary services; art studio; hairdresser and barber shop; woodworking shop; auto detailing and mechanical shop and convenience store. A centralized administration building will be built as well as a more permanent location for medical services. A centralized area for large community wide meals and gatherings will be constructed.  The timing of these projects will be determined by funds raised and resident input.

"Anyone who has two shirts should share with the one who has none, and anyone who has food should do the same" - Luke 3:11

Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission is to build a welcoming tiny home community where individuals who have experienced homelessness can find solace, support, and a place to call 'Home at Last.'

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Our Vision

Establish a community for those who have experienced homelessness that fosters an atmosphere of a sense of belonging and personal growth.

We Need Your Support Today!

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