Survival Housing specializes in survival consulting for individuals or groups looking to start or upgrade their capabilities during a national crisis or collapse. We also offer housing solutions through our partners providing Tents, Tiny Homes, Container Homes, and Log Homes for shelter during such an event.

Our Expertise

Alicia Cachuela brings 25+ years of media sales and business development experience.  For entrepreneurial DNA, she’s worked at 4 digital startups, of which 3 were acquired.  


She lives in Idaho, which complements interests in hiking, cycling, prepping, and exploring the outdoors. 


Alicia also consults at Fortitude Ranch as SVP of Sales, and has consulted for other survivalist communities, including Survival Condo’s in Wichita, KS.  She’s a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA,  with a BA in Communication and Media Studies.

Steven Rene' has overseen and implemented survival operations for the premier survival community in the nation as COO of Fortitude Ranch for many years.  

His years of service in the United States Army includes working in the Nuclear Missile field and the Military Intelligence community along with being a veteran of Desert Storm. 

He has appeared on the Tim Pool podcast twice to discuss survivability and threat assessment.

Our Philosophy

We believe that being prepared for unforeseen events is paramount during these unprecedented times. With the current pandemic, economical woes, political turmoil, budding civil unrest, and uptick in violence not having the ability to survive a crisis or collapse is quickly becoming very dangerous.

The most vulnerable are those located in cities. History has shown that cities are most susceptible to violence spiraling out of control. Food and water supplies are unsustainable once the power goes out.

Having a plan and the ability to carry out that plan should be seriously considered at this point.

There are many things to consider when you start to develop your plan to survive a national crises or collapse. Food, water and shelter are "The Big Three."

However, sustaining and protecting those capabilities are just as important and the more difficult task.

With our help you will have the necessary information to make an informed decision on how to plan for the growing likelihood of a national crisis or collapse.