Fair Oaks Emancipation Cabins
These cabins were built for a group home for troubled teens in Fair Oaks, CA. The director of the group home wanted to create a place for emancipated teenagers who were no longer participants in the program but had nowhere to go once they turned 18.
The cabins consist of two bunk beds overhead, and included an AC/heating unit, as well as built in closets underneath the beds, and a fold down desk that mounts on the wall.
Since then, they have added pull-down stairs, as well as additional shelving up on the bunks to hold various items.
Because of these cabins, several teenagers were able to attend college, have a job, and learned how to function as an adult while still receiving support at the same time.