San Diego may have found a tiny new solution to help the city’s homeless population. The nonprofit Amikas hopes to build small sleeping cabins that will sleep up to four people living on the streets.
Amikas volunteer Evie Kowser says the tiny cabins will be 96 square feet could make a huge difference to the homeless women and children in the city. The cabins will cost $2,500 each and Amikas would like to have a community of ten to 20 of them, along with a community center that would include amenities like showers.
Source: 10 News
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