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State Housing Agencies- How They Can Help People with Disabilities

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Date Published: August 2003

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This publication is intended for disability advocates seeking information on state housing agencies and strategies for influencing them. It includes an overview of types of state housing agencies and their roles, strategies for finding rental assistance, and strategies for using these resources to expand housing options for low-income individuals with disabilities.

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  • Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc.
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  • Peer Approved