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No One Should Have to Stay Here. 


On a single night in January 2022, volunteers counted 33,129 Veterans experiencing homelessness in the United States. We know tens of thousands more were uncounted: Veterans living in secluded camps, couch surfing, sleeping in cars, and even hiding in plain sight.


Unbelievably, being a Veteran in the United States makes you 50% more likely to become homeless than someone who has never served. Nearly 10% of our country’s Veterans say they’ve experienced homelessness at some point in their adult lives. 

We believe Veterans deserve more than this.


We brought them back.
Let's welcome them home. 


You can help give Veterans what we owe them: safety, dignity, and a chance to rebuild their lives

Tiny Home in VCP Village

4.98    73 reviews

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Home hosted by Veterans Community Project

1 guest - 1 bed - 1 bath

About this space

In contrast to traditional housing services, VCP builds communities of tiny homes with onsite supportive services that offer Veterans a sense of privacy, security, and the opportunity to reintegrate into society at a comfortable pace.


The homes are built on concrete foundations, connect to city utilities, and meet all code requirements for new construction. Each home features a full kitchen, bathroom, and living space. Single occupancy residences are 240 square feet; family residences are 320 square feet and can accommodate up to 5 people.

Every detail of the tiny home and Village is designed with Veterans’ needs and preferences in mind. From the placement of doors and windows to the physical layout of the Village, VCP’s trauma-informed design helps reduce stress and other triggers for those impacted by PTSD.

Because many Veterans arrive to VCP Village with little more than a bag of second-hand clothes, each tiny home is fully furnished with brand new furniture, beds, kitchen appliances, and household goods. For those with pets, supplies like new bowls, leashes, and beds are included as well.

With the support of their case managers and neighbors, Veterans work to achieve incremental, lasting results in the areas of health and wellness, income stability, education and training, fiscal understanding, and the development of a personal support network.


For Veterans requiring additional resources, VCP collaborates with trusted community partners to address issues related to mental and behavioral health, addiction, or other barriers to success. 


Once the Veteran’s individual goals are met, VCP assists him or her in securing a permanent housing solution and transitioning to a new life. Not only does the Veteran take the entire contents of the tiny house with them, but they also take the ongoing support of the Village.

Approximately 85% of residents successfully transition from VCP Village into their own, sustainable, permanent housing solution. 


* The average length of stay in VCP Village is 409 days; however, Veterans may stay as long as needed while making progress towards their individual goals.

Every tiny home and the life-changing amenities of dignity, safety, and hope are made possible by the generous and caring support of a grateful community. Join us in making sure that those who once protected our homes have the opportunity to live in one themselves.

DONATE today and help end Veteran homelessness.

Special thanks to Barkley for the creative vision, design, and execution of this campaign. 


Free Rent

Free Utilities

Free Personalized Support Services

All-Veteran Community


Off-Leash Dog Park

Walking Trail and Labyrinth



Village Center

On-Site Dental Services

On-Site Veterinarian Services

Social Opportunities

Free Transportation to Appointments/Work

Unlimited Stay*


  • Shower

  • New Towels

  • New Shower Curtain

  • New Bath Rugs

  • Shampoo/Body Wash

  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste

  • Shaving Kit

  • First Aid Kit

  • Manicure Set


  • Refrigerator

  • Stove

  • Microwave

  • Coffee Maker

  • Toaster

  • New Dishes

  • New Glasses

  • New Mixing Bowls

  • New Pots/Pans

  • New Cutlery Set

  • New Tupperware Set

  • New Cutting Boards

  • New Cooking Utensils

  • New Dishtowels

  • Cleaning Supplies

  • Mop/Broom

  • Dishrack

  • Fresh Fruit

  • Fresh Dairy Products

  • Canned Goods

  • Fresh Meat

  • Frozen Goods

Living Space

  • Mini Split (Air Conditioner/Heating System)

  • Wifi

  • New Recliner

  • New Desk/Chair

  • New Roku TV

  • New Lamp

  • New Rugs

  • New Wardrobe Closet

  • Laundry Basket

  • Laundry Detergent

  • Roll of Quarters

  • Iron/Ironing Board

  • Camp Chair

  • Storage Cubes

  • Flashlight

  • Artwork


  • New Bed

  • New Mattress

  • New Sheets/Comforter

  • New Pillows

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