Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health

The popularity of the tiny house such as this one has grown in recent years due to its exposure on television. Thava Mahadevan sees a purpose for tiny houses in mental healthcare.
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A village of tiny homes to house people with mental illnesses could be coming to northern Chatham County.

Many people with mental illnesses live on a federal income of about $750 per month, called the Supplemental Security Income, which creates a challenge for them to find safe and affordable housing.