Overview: For millions of adults with disabilities that live solely on Supplemental Security Income (SSI) renting even a modest unit in their community requires spending almost all of their monthly income, leaving little over for food or other basic necessities. And in higher-cost housing markets, the rent for basic units is much greater than than their entire SSI monthly payment. This report looks at the scope of the problem as well as proven solutions.
Author: TAC and Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities Housing Task Force
Date: December 2017