The previous owners didn’t live onsite and no one was on duty after hours. It quickly developed a bad reputation, with drug and alcohol problems widespread. That reputation stuck and we still have a way to go in changing this image.
“Before we came here we never knew alcohol and drugs could cause so much damage. We now have strict rules that we vigorously enforce.”
People look out for one another and keep an eye on the kids. Some people leave and come back because they miss the sense of community and can’t survive in the world on their own. Others have lived here a long time and we’ve developed relationships with them. We’ve gone out of way to help them and others needing help.
The park is a vastly different place from when we took over; it’s morphed into an intensive care housing unit for people who have huge needs and nowhere else to go. For many of our tenants it’s a place of last resort; they’ve burnt their bridges with private housing, and power companies etc.
“There are large numbers of lonely people out there. It great to see the Village is filling this crucial void.”
With over 40 self-contained units we’re transforming what was a pure caravan park into a great environment and a great place to stay!