The Resource Library


  • Using Medicaid to Pay for Services in Permanent Supportive Housing: Steps for CoC Leads to Get Started

    Manual | Publication | August 2016

    Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) is an effective intervention for ending chronic homelessness. An essential part of the PSH model is a package of health care and supportive services that helps people with disabilities get and stay housed. Those services, however, cost money - money that can be difficult to…

  • Supporting Community Living: Olmstead and Money Follows the Person (MFP)

    Issue Brief | Publication | January 2013

    This brief - developed by TAC as part of the Housing Capacity Building Initiative for Community Living Project, under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Money Follows the Person (MFP) Rebalancing Demonstration - offers guidance to state policy makers on how MFP can be utilized to assist…

  • Connecting with Medicaid: Strategies & Options for Providers of Services to People who are Homeless

    Issue Brief | Publication | October 2012

    This brief summarizes various options for providers of services to people experiencing homelessness interested in establishing clearer pathways or connections with Medicaid, including changes to Medicaid eligibility as part of health reform and key questions to consider for providers interested in delivering Medicaid services. (June 2011)

  • Leveraging Medicaid: A Guide to Using Medicaid Financing in Supportive Housing

    Manual | Publication | October 2008

    This guide provides information on how to facilitate the use of Medicaid as a source of funding for services in permanent supportive housing. (2008)