Tiny homes provide shelter for Nashville’s homeless
November 26, 2015
With homelessness on the rise, Nashville residents have taken the housing problem into their own hands
Since 2012 the Sanctuary at the Green Street Church of Christ in Nashville, Tennessee, has provided a safe space for some of the city’s homeless to pitch tents. Recently, some of the tents have been replaced by tiny homes. The 6-by-10-foot structures may be modest, but for their inhabitants, they are life changing. In this America Tonight excerpt, Lisa Fletcher traveled to Nashville to meet the residents of these tiny homes and the volunteers who made them possible.