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  • Resident receives Phoenix Award from BHR - One of our residents who recently moved into her own home received the Phoenix Award from BHR! BHR is Behavioral Health Resources in Olympia, WA. BHR is a multi-county provider for mental illness and addiction recovery services. They offer therapy, … Continue reading
  • Adopt A Tiny House - We are SO excited to announce our new fundraiser, Adopt a Tiny House! See our flyer below. You can contact us at 360-338-0451 for more info. It takes a Village!      
  • Life Skills 201 Graduation! - Hello everyone! I had the pleasure this Tuesday, July 25th, to witness five of our residents graduate from the Life Skills 201 Program at the Peace Center. Our residents went through a seven-week course packed with real life learning. Here … Continue reading
  • Orting Updates - Hello all, We have partnered with Community Frameworks, the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs, and Puget Sound Veterans Hope Center to create a tiny home village in Orting, Washington. The village will be the same set up as QV. … Continue reading
  • 2nd Week of Life Skills Class 201 - Hello all, Residents just completed their second week of the Life Skills Program 201 with the Peace Center! This week we learned about budgeting and finance. There were some great group activities where residents looked at how much they were … Continue reading
  • New Life Skills 201 Program - Hi all, Jaycie here! Just wanted to post a little update about our new connection with the Peace Center at Capital Christian Center. They are teaching a brand new Life Skills 201 Program exclusively for Quixote Village residents! Their staff … Continue reading
  • May 20 Garden Updates - We are SOOO thankful for the lovely Jill Severn! She donated some cinder blocks and beauty bark for our garden. Not only did she do that but she invited a bunch of her friends and neighbors to help put it … Continue reading
  • Garden Updates – Jaycie - I’ve had some people asking for updates on our garden. Well here you go! We have had a few weeding parties with residents, staff, volunteers, and board members. We are almost done overhauling the beds and will start planting soon! … Continue reading
  • How it all began by Jaycie - One of our most asked questions is how did Quixote Village get started? Well, let me tell you! The Village started as a tent city back in 2007. The tent city was established in protest of the Pedestrian Interference Ordinance. This … Continue reading
  • Quixote Village Updates from Jaycie - Hi everyone – Jaycie here. I just wanted to give some updates on how we are all doing! We had our 3 year anniversary for the Village back in February as well as our 10 year anniversary for the start … Continue reading

 

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