EXCLUSIVE: Newly Designed Transitional Housing for People Who Are Homeless and Disabled


Barry Leneman, director of PREVENT HATE’s Witness Humanity program, has designed original, transitional housing for homeless people living with disabilities. Inexpensive, sturdy, and eco-friendly, these houses are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and can be used in communities recovering from war or disaster that have populations needing shelter, or for any municipality that has people living with disabilities in need of immediate housing. PREVENT HATE works to make the lives of socially disadvantaged people easier by providing them with the tools, resources, and strategic partners they need. These houses come with relevant training and community development to help communities sustain themselves better. For more information about this project, and how PREVENT HATE is blazing new trails to make this world a better place through innovative programs and services, contact us at communications@preventhate.org!