In St. Pete, Florida, diminutive houses are serving as a path back to society for both ex-felons and homeless vets.
“It’s a typical summer morning in Saint Petersburg, Florida—sunny, muggy and hot. Five men crowd into the foyer of a mother-in-law suite behind a halfway house in South Saint Pete, measuring and fastening corner pieces to a door frame. Upstairs, five other workers tape and mud drywall. Sweat beads at their brows. Their shirts are dirtied and drenched after toiling for three hours with no A/C.” Read More >>>