Eric Davis is a co-founder and the Resident Manager of Camp Second Chance, an independent authorized homeless encampment in south Seattle. He shares with us reflections about how the camp works, about the people who live there, and how his personal faith moves him to help everyone who crosses his path.
Tiny-House Villages help homeless people regain autonomy, confidence, and relationships by providing kindness, connection, and emotional support. Andrew Constantino tells us that the value of the villages is not in how many people they move into permanent housing, but in the community they create.
Andrew, 43, lives in a tiny-house village in south Seattle. He is an informal but well-recognized leader in Seattle’s homeless-encampment community.