Housing in Emergency Situations

This past year, we have seen a few cities across the USA that have been wiped out by natural disasters. To name a few - Houston with the floods, Sonoma County and LA county with the wildfires, Puerto Rico with the hurricane. These natural disasters have left many families without homes and struggling to make ends meet with their new living situations. 

So often, we expect the government to step and do the right thing by providing people with shelter during emergency situations. However, this is not the case with our current government. Months later, families are still homeless and have grown accustomed to living in a temporary shelter facility. This is not right and we need to come together as people within this country to make sure this does not happen. We are in a free country and we have all of the tools and experience to come together and be there for one another. 

All it takes are just a few heads to be put together and tiny houses on wheels can be a great alternative for emergency housing.