Overview of WeShine’s Parkrose Community Village 6/30/2022 Parkrose Community Village (PCV) is WeShine’s first micro-village. Micro villages are “transitional shelters”, designed to provide safety, privacy, hygiene, and community to people seeking permanent housing. PCV will include paid staff, lockable sleeping pods, laundry, showers, toilets, fencing, and a community building. Volunteers
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Solving Unsheltered Homelessness in Portland Report Solving Unsheltered Homelessness in Portland Download PDF
2022 WeShine Business Plan Updated May 2022 WeShine Business Plan, Calendar Year 2022 Download PDF
These are the current (as of November 2021) WeShine prototype pod and village designs – designed by retired architect Francis McBride. These designs are evolving as we grow – and will be customized for each microvillage. They are designed to meet a number of criteria: WeShine Pods welcoming: comfortable, insulated
FAQs for Property Owners 06172021
City of Seattle 2017 Permitted Encampment Evaluation
Community Supported Shelters of Eugene has developed Conestoga Huts as part of their village solution.
It Takes a Village_ Designating Tiny House Villages as Transiti
New Beginnings Homeless Transition Village
Overcoming Barriers to Micro Housing
Early on WeShine worked with Sermin Yesilads of SOSYAL Architects and Cascadia Clusters to develop some parking lot village models. This is one example.
Permitting a Homeless Transition Village, The Plan Journal
Rendering of a village design concept by Sermin Yosilada and Rev Dr Hoolala for the POD Initiative: Micro-Dwelling & Village-Making with Portland’s Houseless Community
Summary – Homelessness in Multnomah County