Community integration in NJ has proved to be a cost-effective policy and these Olmstead principles should guide future policy for persons with disbilities.
USICH has released guidance on how communities can better align their strategies to end chronic homelessness and comply with the Olmstead decision.
The SHA will request $10 million to fund an additional 1,000 new state rental vouchers for very low-income individuals with disabilities.
TAC has released State Funded Housing Assistance Programs, a report rental assistance and homelessness prevention resources including 3 in NJ.
New Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) Rule: What it Means for States & Providers, a TAC brief that discusses the implications HCBS requirements.