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NBC26: Domestic violence survivor finds safety and community in Oshkosh Tiny House Village

Tucked away in a quiet neighborhood in Oshkosh is an innovative project that’s offering families grappling with homelessness, not just shelter but also a community where they can rebuild their lives.
The Tiny House Village, comprising 32 units, stands as a symbol of hope for families like Kasha Matuszczak and her son, who escaped domestic violence in Milwaukee and found refuge in Oshkosh.

“The guy that I was seeing after I broke up with him came back to my house and set my house on fire. My 12-year-old son was in the house with me,” Kasha bravely describes the situation that brought her to the Village. “Two days later he came back and set my bed on fire with me in it,” she adds.

After bouncing between shelters, the Tiny House Village was a lifeline for Kasha and her son.

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