On Friday, October 16, Indoor Villages received approval from the Minneapolis City Council to proceed. The project would create 100 tiny homes inside of a Minneapolis warehouse, converting it into a safe and warm village — complete with access to Avivo’s chemical and mental health services, employment services, and career education.
Learn about Avivo’s involvement in the project:
KARE 11: CARES Act to fund ‘Indoor Villages’ project to help those experiencing homelessness
WCCO: Mpls. City Council Approves Indoor Tiny House Community For Homeless
KSTP: Minneapolis City Council unanimously approves ‘Indoor Village’ project to help house those experiencing homelessness
Stay tuned to our website and social media for more updates on this important project!