Albuquerque’s Tiny Home Village has seen an increase in occupancy after implementing changes to the application process and addressing staffing shortages. The 30-studio transitional housing project initially faced challenges reaching full capacity due to strict requirements. However, the removal of a $30 monthly utility fee and a reduced sobriety prerequisite has led to more applicants. Staffing levels have also improved, increasing security and support for residents. The village provides a supportive community for individuals transitioning into permanent housing, offering hope and a fresh start for those like Danette Lynn Todd, who values the opportunity to create new memories. Read the full feature for more details.