Micro-Shelter Communities (MSC's)

Community supported shelters
providing an upward mobility and 
hand-up to new relationships, friends
to improve our homeless community. 


The solution to homelessness is a home and a new community.  

And for that to happen, they need:
1. A friend
2. A home
3. A purpose
4. A hope

This is what church sponsored Micro-Shelter Communities offer. 


Micro-Shelters Communities (MSC) A transitional safe place where advocates and professional address
issues that led to their homelessness.

MSC’s provide upward mobility and a hand-up to new friends and community.

They are a transitional safe place where advocates and professionals help people address issues that led to their homelessness.


- At churches there will be from three to five shelters per MSC.  There can be up to twenty residents at MSC’s hosted by non-profits.


- Volunteers mentor and connect residents to local

resources for six to ten months.


- Those completing their transition plan move onto the third stage for a home.


Home - Housing with supportive services and community.

- Advocates extend friendship to homeless individuals and assist
them in identifying and receiving resources. Those graduating from
the MSC move on to an appropriate option:

- HUD, Access Home, Pathways to Housing, Hill Country, Etc.

- Accessory Dwelling Units - ADUs.

- Sponsored rental contracts.

- Group homes sponsored by resident advocates, church
volunteers, etc.

- Tiny home villages for the chronically and disabled homeless.

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