From the President, Krista Schooley:

Excuse me as I shed a tear or two of excitement and gratitude!
The habitation is an official state recognized Non Profit!!
Now on to become official a federally recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit so we can get grants and give donors a tax write off for monetary gifts!!



We’d like to welcome you to The Habitation- Tiny House Village for the Unhoused!
This is our best resource to see what’s happening as we build the homeless on the Central Kenai Peninsula a self-built, self-sustaining village. Here you will find updates on meetings, needs, and how you can help with the Community.
Our meetings are every 1st & 3rd Monday, 6:30, at the Soldotna Creek Park new Pavilion area (weather permitting).
With moving into the Summer season we have many volunteer projects coming your way, so keep an eye out on our website under Calendar of Events at http://www.thehabitationak.com
***we are still looking for Board Members with experience in the nonprofit sector that have experience with grants, housing, and case managers/workers. Must be willing to give minimum of 5 hours of volunteer work a week and take on a committee or two.
****We are currently looking for a donated temporary dry place to do summer projects with pallets.

For more information contact Krista at 252.2081

More Homelessness Myths and Facts

The Greater Seattle Cares program published this report in 2013 on 26 commonly held misconceptions about homelessness. These myths & facts apply across the nation, no matter what location.
Here’s an excerpt and fundamental philosophy shared by The Habitation:

“Ending a complex problem like homelessness requires a commitment from all members of our community–government officials, philanthropies, faith and civic groups, communities of color and their institutions and organizations, businesses including small business owners, housing and service providers, and concerned individuals…As a community we can–and we will–end homelessness.”

The state of being homeless is a multifaceted issue for many. A one-size-fits-all approach to eliminating homelessness does not work. We need multiple options available to meet the needs of the unhoused. With community involvement we can make a difference! Will you help us in our efforts to bring a Tiny House Village to the Kenai Peninsula? If you would like to find out how you can volunteer, please contact Krista Schooley at 907-252-2081 or e-mail at: thehabitation@gmail.com.

Recipe for a Beautiful Body…

“For Attractive lips, speak words of kindness.
For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people.
For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry.
For beautiful hair, let a child run their fingers through it once a day.
For poise, walk with the knowledge that you never walk alone.
People, more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed. Remember, if you ever need a helping hand, you will find one at the end of each of your arms.
As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself and the other for helping others.”
― Sam Levenson

Plumb in the sun

Looking forward to our first build! In the near future!


Good morning!

It’s Monday, and although I am not too excited for the start of another work week, I am thankful for the progress that was made on the tiny house build this weekend. Even with our primary builder Dusty getting pulled away to another job site, we managed to get all of the walls up and framed 4 of the 13 windows!


We are really excited to see the house take shape as the pile of construction materials begin to dwindle. It’s also encouraging to see that our estimates for building supplies has been really close to what we are actually using.At this point we have a few items to return, but very little waste.

We got a lot done, but might have been able to get even more done if we hadn’t changed the size of the kitchen window at the last minute, causing a little bit of…

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Humble Beginnings

habitation.wpWelcome to our new “home”. This blog will be our base for information about the Tiny House movement and efforts to end homelessness. Will will be focusing on issues that face our community: the homeless and extreme weather; unhoused teens, families and singles; health issues; building a brighter future; and all topics that are relevant to our cause as well as updates about our progress here at The Habitation. Wont you join us?
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