What do you do when the people you trusted to care for you betray you and the sanctuary you were promised becomes a your worst nightmare - a deathtrap.
It Takes a Village Ministry, Inc. is dedicated to creating and supporting natural healing communities around the world. A key element of healthy communities are Safe Homes that provide physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual protection and nurturing to the residents.
Project SAFE HOME is our effort to expose the crimes perpetuated in Tallahassee Florida against the most vulnerable in our midst, "individuals who are financially, socially, or institutionally disadvantaged", under the guise of Social Missions that make false promises to provide "help and hope by creating solutions that provide a path to self-sufficiency to those in poverty."
More importantly, Project Safe Home seeks to provide assistance to correct this injustice and to educate others on ways to create SAFE HOMES.
Join us in Restoring HOPE, HEALTH, HARMONY and HOMES to our brothers and sisters in need. Click on the link below to contribute to our "Go Fund Me"
EXPOSING the DEADLY TRUTH
The Timeline of Death and Despair
Bob moved to The Dwellings, a small community of tiny homes, in January 2019, and he said that from day one it was an absolute joy. He thought that the office staff were helpful and had assembled a community of diverse and interesting backgrounds of people who want to make The Dwellings a model for “Tiny Living”. Bob helped Reo, the greenhouse master gardener, grow produce for the dining hall. Bob had over 30 years of experience in horticulture, so he served his community with his expertise. Seeing plants grow from seeds to vegetables and full crops was been an enjoyable experience for him. Bob was excited to get involved in the kitchen and the woodwork shop when they open. The activities and the community there were everything that he had ever wanted. Bob loved his community and his tiny house because he thought they were cozy, friendly, and safe.
Little did Bob and the other residents realize that their dream homes were to become their worst nightmare. In Bob's case, his tiny home became his deathtrap on July 8, 2020. The Tiny Houses were built using “air tight” construction materials and design. The issue is not just lack of ventilation, it is small volumetric spaces, “air tight” designs, and Mitsubishi and staff telling residents to keep windows and doors closed. The houses are all square footage of 150-400 sq. ft. which translates into VERY small volumetric space for air.
“The canary in the mine.” Is an idiom based on how miners would bring a caged canary into mines, because they will die faster from high CO2 levels faster than humans. CO2/CO is a silent killer, people in cave ins don’t die from lack of oxygen, they fall asleep and died from CO2 concentrations that are too elevated and the body’s pulmonary can no longer exchange CO2 out for O2 in.
We invite you to review our timeline of a series of unfortunate events that have contributed to what we identify as the "suspicious" deaths of over 7 people in a small community of less than 100 residents in a period of 18 months. Unfortunately, this is not the end of the story. Residents continue to die under mysterious circumstances and the Dwellings refuses to make the necessary modifications to create safe homes.
Remembering the Dearly Departed
Richard John Pawlik, 63 years old, Tallahassee, Florida, passed away on December 31, 2018 peacefully in his sleep.
The funeral will be held at 10:00 AM on January 18, 2019 at St. Francis Cemetery, 2033 N. 48th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Burial will immediately follow.
Richard was born at Geneva Hospital on March 12, 1955 and grew up in Naperville, Illinois. He Graduated Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, Arizona 1973. He received a Bachelor’s of Business Science from Arizona State University.
Richard worked several jobs including Combs Arco in Scottsdale and Voter Registration in Northern Virginia. After leaving Virginia, Richard found tranquil living in the Dwellings in Tallahassee, Florida. He enjoyed fishing, playing the guitar and watching sports and talking with friends.
Richard is survived by his younger sister, Christine Cozza and his nephews, David Saul, Mike Saul, Danny Cozza and Jason Pawlik, along with his nieces, Jamie Pawlik, Jennifer Myers and Stephanie Moe and the rest of the extended family and friends.
Richard is preceded in death by his parents, Oliver and Herta Pawlik ; as well as his two sisters, Victoria Pawlik and Anamarie Dembowski, and his brother, Ted Pawlik and brother in-law Marty Dembowski.
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ELEMENTS of a SAFE HOME
On 28 July 2010, through Resolution 64/292, the United Nations General Assembly explicitly recognized the human right to water and sanitation and acknowledged that clean drinking water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights.
However it is insufficient to treat clean air as a policy objective. It must be regarded as a fundamental human right, related to the rights of life, health, and a safe, clean, healthy and sustainable environment. ... Every minute, ten adults die, prematurely, because of dirty air inhaled during their lifetime.
Food and nutrition security is assured through food sovereignty, understood as “the right of peoples to healthy and culturally appropriate food produced through ecologically sound and sustainable methods, and their right to define their own food and agriculture systems”
Everyone has the right to live, to be free, and to feel safe. No one should be held in slavery for any reason. No one shall be put through torture, or any other treatment or punishment that is cruel or makes him or her feel less than human.