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This report provides an overview of the supportive housing options available in California to older adults and individuals with disabilities. The settings discussed include:

Licensed facilities such as adult residential facilities, skilled nursing facilities, and residential care facilities for the elderly
Unlicensed housing options such as publicly subsidized rental properties and permanent supportive housing
In addition, this report summarizes ways managed care plans in other states have developed relationships with different housing partners to provide long-term…

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The Terner Center for Housing Innovation has launched an in-depth research series that examines the array of costs associated with building housing—from construction costs to the costs of impact and service fees, regulation, and affordable housing requirements—and how they have changed over time. By analyzing these cost components—individually and as they accrue collectively throughout the development process—this series will provide a better understanding of how these elements affect housing development, and will identify public and private sector responses to reduce costs and bridge…

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A peer respite is an alternative support for individuals who are in distress. A peer respite is a voluntary, short term overnight support that is in a home-like environment—usually a residence—with all trained peer workers. Peer support is the main service provided in a peer respite.

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The ACLU strongly supports implementation of the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Settings Rule because it is a vital part of the broader effort to promote community integration for people with disabilities. People with disabilities deserve the same rights to make choices, access the broader community and interact with the broader world as anyone else. The HCBS Settings Rule helps support that outcome.

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Information on services, individuals, providers and partners, laws and regulations, data and statistics, forms and publications.

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This document analyzes the factors that influenced total development costs for new construction projects that were awarded 9% tax credits through the LIHTC program between 2008 and 2019. It also includes interviews with developers and general contractors to better understand the mechanisms contributing to these cost increases.

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This guidebook provides an overview of the entire Housing Choice Voucher program that provides rental assitance for low income residents. Providers of housing with services can apply through their local housing authority to be approved to accept rental subsidies. This guidebook provides a chapter on special housing including SRO, shared rooms and supportive housing types.

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