TAC provides policy and advocacy leadership on affordable and permanent supportive housing and health and human services issues affecting very low-income people with disabilities and people who are homeless.
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Using all available federal data, TAC has developed a comprehensive database of vouchers targeted to people with disabilities and other special needs.
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|Olmstead & Supportive Housing: A Vision for the Future||Issue Briefs|
|Accessing Multifamily Housing for MFP Participants||Issue Briefs|
|Live-In Aides in Federally-funded Housing Programs: Information for MFP Participants & Program Staff||Issue Briefs|
|New Medicaid Options to Support MFP Participants in Community-Based Housing||Issue Briefs|
|Strategies for Creating Integrated Supportive Housing for People with Disabilities||Issue Briefs|
|Supporting Community Living: Olmstead & Money Follows the Person (MFP)||Issue Briefs|
|CMS’ New Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) Rule: What it Means for States & Providers||Issue Briefs|
|Regional Housing Forum: A Technical Assistance Guide for Housing Resources & Strategy||Manuals & Guides|
|Best Practice Principles for Achieving Civil Rights in Permanent Supportive Housing||Opening Doors|
|New Section 811 Supportive Housing Legislation Introduced in U.S. Congress||Opening Doors|
|The Olmstead Decision & Housing: Opportunity Knocks||Opening Doors|