By CBSLA Staff

RESEDA (CBSLA) — A group of tiny homes for Los Angeles’ homeless population opened in Reseda Wednesday.

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The cabin community is made up of over 50 cabins equipped with air conditioning and heating.

On-site meals, showers, housing navigation, mental health and job training will be provided to residents.

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In April, the largest community of tiny homes opened at Alexandria Park in North Hollywood.

The former homeless encampment was transformed into a village of tiny homes with enough space to house 200 homeless people.

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