Cascadia Clusters builds cost-effective, green homes to house individuals and families transitioning out of homelessness. Groupings of these homes become villages complete with showers and social services where residents can feel a sense of belonging while supporting and learning from each other. 

 

 
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SAFETY

ensuring security

Our tiny homes are cost-effective, lockable, insulated, solar powered transitional housing. Having a dependable place of their own to come home to enables people to seek services, training and employment. 

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TRAINING

Promoting healthy living and success

Cascadia Clusters trains houseless individuals in framing, roofing, insulating and finish carpentry. They are paid a daily stipend and receive housing while building tiny homes for other houseless people.

 
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COMMUNITY

Meeting Basic Needs

Tiny home villages offer more than protection from the elements and a safe space. They offer community; complete with social services and rules.

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GREEN CONSTRUCTION

Environmental stewardship

Reclaimed windows, plywood, framing materials, flooring, and sheeting are paired with a solar powered electrical system to create a green living environment.

Being a trainee with Cascadia Clusters gives you something to do with your time that will positively impact you and your peers and translates to a very versatile skill set.
— Bob, Houseless Construction Trainee