Homeless advocates say the tiny home project is just a start, but a longer-term solution is needed to tackle the problem.
Charities in the US state of Colorado are experimenting with using so-called "tiny houses" to tackle homelessness.
A small community of the micro dwellings recently opened in Denver. No one pays rent as the charities cover it.
However, critics say it's a limited and short-term solution to a much bigger problem.
TRT World's Mary MacCarthy reports from Denver, Colorado.