The Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc. (TAC) is a national
nonprofit technical assistance and consulting company with 20 years
of highly successful experience working at the federal, state, and
local level to address the housing and supportive services needs of
extremely low-income people who have disabilities and people who
are homeless. Since 1992, TAC has provided policy development,
consultation, and technical assistance to implement systematic
approaches that expand affordable and permanent supportive housing
(PSH) opportunities, and best practice services and supports for
these vulnerable groups.
TAC staff are multi-disciplinary professionals with extensive
public and nonprofit sector experience in the fields of affordable
and supportive housing, health and human service system development
and financing, and homelessness. TAC offers expertise in both
affordable and supportive housing programs as well as best practice
service delivery strategies and funding mechanisms. In addition to
in-house staff, TAC's unique collaborative model includes the
capacity of a nationwide network of partner organizations and
consultants who specialize in areas such as public behavioral
health system financing and service delivery, Medicaid and the
implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,
organizational development and management, and permanent supportive
For more information, visit our website at: www.tacinc.org.
While no state has yet implemented the new
Section 811 Project Rental Assistance (PRA) option authorized
in The Melville Act , TAC has worked with several states that
have designed and implemented cost-effective systems-level
initiatives to create integrated supportive housing for people with
disabilities. Case studies of these states' approaches
demonstrate several key
features that led to the supportive housing innovations
in the Melville Act.
Case studies of successful state approaches to creating
integrated supportive housing.
Profiles of affordable housing projects that have integrated
supportive housing units for people with disabilities.