This large, ranch-style home was remodeled to provide 14 beds of supportive housing for homeless veterans transitioning from drug and alcohol treatment. The program allows veterans to live in the house for up to two years while they get back on their feet. This 6 bedroom, 3 bathroom house includes a large kitchen and living area, as well as ample storage. The home is located in a semi-rural neighborhood on the edge of Sebastopol, offering plentiful outdoor spaces in both the front and back yards. The remodel was competed by Sustainable Structures.
Project Status: Completed 202
Client: Community Housing Sonoma County