HUD's Office of Multifamily Housing (MFH) manages several programs that provide funding to develop and subsidize rental housing with supportive services for very low- and extremely low-income adults with disabilities. By linking rental housing subsidies with supportive services, these programs help ensure that persons with disabilities are able to live as independently as possible within the community. HUD values its partnerships with the state and local housing and service agencies that make these housing opportunities available for persons with disabilities.
By law, individuals with disabilities must have choice in the housing, health care, and related support services they receive. As individual states facilitate the transition and integration of individuals with disabilities from institutional and other segregated settings into the community, owners of rental housing for persons with disabilities are presented with new challenges and opportunities. Whether you would like to update or reconfigure your property, identify a new service provider or learn more about community integration, the HUD Multifamily Housing Office is here to help.
HUD is committed to helping multifamily owners offer persons with disabilities housing options that provide meaningful choices about housing, health care, and long-term services and support so they can participate fully in community life. The goal of these modules is to help answer your questions and direct you to resources that can help.