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Chandler Blvd Tiny Home Village
DRIVE THRU - Open House

On Monday February 1st homeless clients will start moving into their Tiny Homes, but before we open, we are going to have an Open House where you can come see the site that is going to change the face of homelessness in San Fernando Valley, by providing housing for nearly 80 people.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday January 28th, 29th and 30th:
– 10pm to 3pm: Guided Tours (walking)
– 3pm to 6pm: Drive Through Open House

The Drive Through Open House is available to anyone who wants to drive through the complex and see the 64 sq. ft. homes. We will provide an FM Frequency where you will learn about the homes as you drive though the property!  Please let us know you are coming.  Sign-up for the DRIVE-THRU Below.

Driving Directions to Chandler Tiny Home Village:

The actual address is 11471 Chandler Blvd but unfortunately, that address, with google maps, takes you to the other side of the redline SO, instead, go to 11443 Chandler which is the address for Lashify. We are next door. From Colfax, go east on Chandler. Once you pass under the 170 Freeway we will be immediately on your left. If you reach Tujunga you have gone too far.

Please come share in our joy and see first-hand an innovative and cost-effective approach to interim housing!

Hope of the Valley, founded in the summer of 2009, now operates 9 Shelters, 2 Access Centers and a Job Center.  We currently provide 506 beds per night at our various shelters throughout the San Fernando Valley housing single adults, families and transitional age youth.  We currently serve approximately 1,500 meals per day and 547,500 meals annually.

Our stated mission is to prevent, reduce and eliminate poverty, hunger and homelessness by offering immediate assistance and long term solutions.

In 2020, the year of the Pandemic, Hope of the Valley responded to the homeless crisis by opening a Navigation Center, a Job Center, an 85-bed Bridge Housing Shelter and a 100-bed Bridge Housing Shelter.  Additionally, as a response to the Covid-19 outbreak, we opened 6 Covid-19 shelters within Los Angeles City and Park Recreation Centers along with 36 housing trailers.

Tiny Homes

In 2021, Hope of the Valley will expand into the Antelope Valley, launch Bridge Housing in the West San Fernando Valley and open the very first Tiny Home Villages in the City of Los Angeles. In partnership with Councilman Paul Krekorian, Hope of the Valley is opening/operating two innovative, cost effective and life-changing Tiny Home Villages! The location on Chandler Street will have 40 homes & 75 beds and the site at Alexandria Park will have 103 homes and 200 beds. In just January and February, we will add 275 beds to our existing 506 beds! And… there is much more growth and expansion planned for the rest of the year as we strive to bring inside our unhoused neighbors.

The Tiny Homes are really amazing. Each one is 64 sq. ft. in size, has two beds, heat, air-conditioning, windows, a small desk and a front door! Onsite, meals, showers, case management, housing navigation, mental health, job training and placement will be provided. We are doing our very best to MAKE HOMELESS HISTORY!


What if I told you that you could buy a home in Southern California for $3,000.  Like you I would be all over that!  Well, you cannot actually buy one of the Tiny Homes, but you can secure and sponsor your own Tiny Home for $3,000.  With your sponsorship will come the satisfaction of knowing TWO people are now housed, no longer living on the streets and receiving the best possible care as they rebuild their lives and position themselves toward permanent housing!  PLUS, your name or the name of the person you are honoring will be proudly displayed on the Tiny Home you are sponsoring! 

Please join me and sponsor one or more of these amazing housing units!  The cost of each housing unit is $3,000. Monthly payment options are available.

Guided Tour Sign-Up
January 28th-30th

Guided Tours:10am-3pm (Sign-up Below)

Drive-Thru Self-Guided Tours: 3pm-6pm

Start by selecting your tour guide (Ken Craft or Rowan Vansleve). Then select the day you would like to tour to see available times. 

Help Make Homeless History!

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Two Tiny Home Villages!

A tiny home provides security and peace of mind, allowing residents to lock their personal belongings and leave their shelter to engage in their community, access jobs, and participate in other critical activities.

Two Locations: 

Alexandria Park (Click Here)

Chandler Blvd. (Click Here)

Make Homeless History!