With sufficient resources for both rental assistance and flexible services, permanent supportive housing can be a primary intervention.
The Supportive Housing Association of New Jersey will hold its 20th Annual conference, “Great Expectations – Building on the Past, Envisioning the Future.”
The affordable housing crisis means that you have a disability and are on SSI, you have to pay 151% of your income to rent a one bedroom apartment in NJ.
Community integration in NJ has proved to be a cost-effective policy and these Olmstead principles should guide future policy for persons with disbilities.
If states are fiscal responsibility, would lost Medicaid revenue and other federal resources be replaced by state funds to pay for such services?