Disability Housing: What’s Happening? What’s Challenging? What’s Needed?

This paper explores the issues facing individuals, families, providers, and policy leaders across the country. Case studies profile four providers with differing approaches to housing and service delivery, and how they face common challenges in staffing, meeting regulatory requirements, and serving a population with diverse needs. This paper concludes with recommendations for organizations and policymakers in order to support the best possible housing choices for the millions of Americans with disabilities, where solutions and services represent a thoughtful balance between Care, Choice, and Access, and should avoid “one-size fits-all” design.


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