Local, regional, and state entities, both private and public, need increased long-term funding for homes with supportive services in the region. Given the financial needs of homes with supportive services, a long-term funding strategy will be most effective at securing the future of existing providers and expanding the number of units and beds to meet the region’s need. 

Quality homes with supportive services that we can all afford requires sources of capital to build or renovate the housing unit(s), revenue to support operations at the property, and funding for direct services and/or coordination with outside service providers. While the resources for capital and operations are by no means sufficient or easy to access, identifying and securing funding to sustain the range of services to meet resident needs is sometimes the most difficult.