Friday, July 26, 2019

A Philly Woman is Building ‘not tiny’ Houses for Formerly Homeless People — and Their Pets

Can small houses result in big change?


That’s the question Stephanie Sena wants to answer with a Port Richmond development of prefabricated homes that broke ground Wednesday on a vacant city-owned lot.

“This is the first low-barrier emergency housing in Philadelphia, which welcomes people with the three Ps — their partners, their property, and their pets,” said Sena, the founder of the Student-Run Emergency Housing Unit of Philadelphia, a nonprofit that works with university students to provide shelter for homeless people.

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