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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|The Future of Medicaid Expansion & Effects on People Experiencing Homelessness||Issue Briefs|
|Medicaid Strategies for People with Specialized Needs||Issue Briefs|
|Connecting with Medicaid: Strategies & Options for Providers of Services to People who are Homeless||Issue Briefs|
|How Healthcare Reform Strengthens Medicaid's Role in Preventing & Ending Homelessness||Issue Briefs|
|A Katrina Success Story: Louisiana's 3,000 Unit Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) Initiative||Issue Briefs|
|Replicable Best Practices for Accessing Mainstream Resources: A Guide for Continuums of Care||Manuals & Guides|
|Seizing the Moment||Manuals & Guides|
|State Funded Housing Assistance Programs||Reports|
|Permanent Supportive Housing: A Proven Solution to Homelessness||Opening Doors|
|Rural Housing Challenges: Meeting the Housing Needs of People with Disabilities in Rural Communities||Opening Doors|
|The New Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Rehousing Program||Opening Doors|