Houses For Healing Offers Lodging During Outpatient Care

Many patients receiving treatment at Abilene hospitals live outside the county, and traveling into town can be difficult. Houses for Healing’s “tiny houses” provide a place to stay.

By Haley RemenarApril 19, 2018 9:30 am| , ,

From KACU:

A new housing project in Abilene aims to help patients receiving regular outpatient treatments who live too far away to drive back and forth from home to the hospital. The non-profit building the community on Hickory Street, just north of Hendrick Health System, offers extended stays in tiny houses to patients free-of-charge.

We took a tour of Houses for Healing’s first cottage, which may serve as a model for communities around Texas and the nation.