Housing​-Related Supports

Medicaid plays a critical role in financing services and supports that allow many individuals to obtain and sustain stable housing. Opportunities under certain Medicaid authorities provide for housing-related supports and activities that can be reimbursed for Medicaid-covered individuals. These include supports that can assist an individual to prepare for housing, make the transition, and maintain a successful tenancy.

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TAC is a leader in assisting states to plan for and use Medicaid as a sustainable funding source for housing-related supports and activities for individuals with disabilities and behavioral health conditions.​

Areas of Expertise

  • Working with states, managed care plans, and other stakeholders to assess the housing-related support needs of individuals served and gaps in service coverage
  • Developing and sustaining partnerships across Medicaid, behavioral health, and housing sectors to coordinate Medicaid and non-Medicaid resources
  • Capacity-building, technical assistance, and training on strategies to help vulnerable individuals get and keep housing
  • Implementation and outcome monitoring through ongoing technical assistance, data tracking, and performance measurement
  • The role of PSH in Olmstead compliance
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