Priced Out 2004: The Housing Crisis for People with Disabilities
09/18/2005 | 1967 Requests *
This newly released biennial study verifies that low-income people with disabilities are experiencing a national housing affordability crisis. The Priced Out in 2004 study compares the monthly SSI income of more than 4 million Americans with disabilities to the fair market rental rates for efficiencies and modest one-bedroom apartments in every housing market in the country. Review more facts, figures and examples about housing and the national rent increases which greatly exceed SSI Benefits.
O’Hara, Ann; Cooper, Emily
- Report PDF (1,172K, 58 pages)
HUD; Fair Market Rents; SSI; Cost of Living; Consolidated Plan; Public Housing Agency Plan; Continuum of Care; Qualified Allocation Plan; Non-Elderly People with Disabilities
Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities, Housing, Physical Disabilities
Comparison Table, Matrix or Chart, Data, Policy alerts, briefs, letters & papers, Reports
Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc.
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* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007