Aevolve City of Hope Mini Houses are an immediate bridge between the gutter and more permanent housing and are vital to the humane treatment and survival of the human beings in our communities who have lost their place of residence. When conventional means continue to fail, and loss of life is the result, “Out of the Box” thinking and solutions are required in order to succeed.
Community BuildingBuild Mini House Communities, providing shelters with all necessary amenities for human and societal needs (i.e.: bathrooms, showers, laundry, kitchen, community center, gardens, etc.)
Veteran SupportProvide a stable location for outreach teams and case managers to find their clients when needed to continue their services as well as connect residents with new services that require a stable location.
Job Creation & PlacementCreate a new city employment resource, providing jobs and training for the ones in need, self-purpose and engage a work force of ambassadors to relieve pressure from many understaffed city departments and personnel.
How Community building Works
- Acquire several vacant lots, with a Minimum 10,000 Sq. ft. each. Preferably the lots will contain utilities i.e. Water, Electricity, Sewer already connected to the property. Properties MUST have an existing Address. We will partner with the local City Hall and the Mayor office in Orlando that have vacant lots for Aevolve/We Care projects.
- Provide opportunities for client in the local community to be directly involved in the construction, layout and formation of their new small House Communities, giving them self-worth, purpose, direction and recognition of their value to their own success.
- Set up donation locations for community to donate items needed for construction and for the residents to offset the total costs of project.
- Build Mini House Communities to bridge the gap between the gutter and permanent housing. Provide a stable location for organizations and outreach teams to reach and connect with their clients. Connect residents with the services they need to address any issues or challenges they might be facing so they can correct, heal, adapt and be prepared to re-integrate back into society when permanent housing becomes available. Repair the broken bonds of our communities and our citizens, by teaching tolerance, empathy and showing our neighbors how we can all co-exist and thrive together.