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On any given night in America, the richest nation in the world, 576,715 Americans are homeless! This is just an estimate from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from their 2019 point-in-time count. We have read where the real number could be 50% higher! That means that there may be as many as 850,000 of our fellow American brothers and sisters’ homeless tonight!

The number of homeless in America is equal to the number of residents in our nation’s capital!

There are so many other social issues tied to homelessness but listing, and talking about them here, is not the solution.

At DMC Global Enterprises LLC we believe that, as a nation, if not individually, we should be ashamed! Therefore, our ultimate goal is to help our fellow Americans. We will do this by building transitional housing for the homeless.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development defines transitional housing as “a project that is designed to provide housing and appropriate supportive services to homeless persons to facilitate movement to independent living. The housing is short-term, typically less than 24 months.

Our vision is to build communities of tiny and small homes designed as transitional housing for the homeless. These communities may have house of worship, daycare, training, and recreational facilities provided. We have had conversations with various governmental agencies regarding this concept and they have been receptive. 

Only with the corona-19 vises our government is at a stand still with getting grant money out for these forgotten homeless people, now at DMC Global Enterprises is looking to get this off the ground ASAP for those in need. 


We here at DMC Global Enterprises LLC the premier Tiny and Small home builders are looking into building communities for our homeless veterans along with helping towns and cities with their homeless problems.