Find out about housing options with access to services and supports that make it easier to live independently in the place you call home.
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Regional centers provide DPH-certified congregate living for individuals with intellectual disabilities. >
For older adults to live independently in an active community setting. >
Continuing care provides increasing levels of care to age in place. >
Provides apartments for older adults and people with disabilities. >
Provides a room, meals, and supervision for adults who cannot live independently, but who do not require the skills of a licensed nurse. >
Residential care homes for 55+ adults needing ADL Assistance, but not nursing home level of care. >
Affordable housing for low-income families and individuals. >
ECHO home additions allow people to live near family caregivers. >
Group Homes for 2- 6 people with intellectual disabilities to live independently. >
Housing by private families for people with intellectual disabilities. >
Facilities that provide intermediate and skilled care, 24/7. >
Congregate housing offers adults 62+ housing and supportive services. >
Using personal income or assets or resources such as private insurance to pay for services and supports. >
HUSKY Health encompasses Medicaid and children’s health insurance. >
Converts or adds space in a home for an accessible accessory apartment. >
MFP helps people transition from a nursing home to the community. >
Section 8 provides rent subsidy vouchers to eligible households. >
Helps low-income families afford rental housing in the private market. >
Guarantees landlords up to two months’ rent for eligible tenants. >
Assisted living offers support for ADLs in congregate setting. >
HOPWA provides housing assistance for low-income people with HIV/AIDS. >
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