The purpose of this Ohio State City and Regional Planning studio was to provide planners, policymakers, and stakeholders with new tools, evidence, and insights regarding planning considerations for people experiencing unsheltered homelessness in Columbus, Ohio. Students proposed planning, policy, and design specifications around access to food (community refrigerators), transportation, tiny home development, and programs for services. Students extensively reviewed pertinent literature, assessed case studies and best practices, and worked together on forward-thinking ideas for improving lives. While providing homes for people without homes is the optimal solution, the students' ideas offer essential ways to improve lives by providing immediate needs. Beyond resulting tools and specifications, this evidence will inform stakeholders and policymakers to advocate for our valued neighbors.