• See a new tiny-home community where former inmates can live for free to get back on their feet

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Each 100-square-foot home has a bed, writing desk, storage space, and a mini fridge. Reentry Coalition of New Jersey
    A New Jersey nonprofit built a tiny-home community for recently released inmates.
    The six 100-square-foot pods are equipped with essentials like a bed and mini fridge.
    The nonprofit hopes that the tiny homes will establish a sense of community and better integrate participants back into society.
    A town in Southern New Jersey is thinking outside the box to address unstable housing for recently released inmates by providing them with temporary tiny homes. A regional nonprofit...
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