This brief breaks down each step of the housing continuum and explains how households move through it over their lifetimes.
This economic impact report, produced by the University of Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER), considers the potential economic impact of a state low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC). The report highlights the opportunity to use a state of Montana LIHTC program to leverage currently underutilized federal LIHTC resources and related private investment to … Continued
This report presents the business case for creating a Medicaid benefit to cover supportive housing services for beneficiaries who are experiencing homelessness and have high healthcare service costs. The report was commissioned by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services and the Montana Healthcare Foundation and was conducted by the Corporation for Supportive … Continued
Recognizing the positive impacts supportive housing can have on individuals’ health and well-being, housing stability, and healthcare utilization, this report examines the extent to which supportive housing services align with existing benefits covered by Montana’s Medicaid program. The report was commissioned by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services and the Montana Healthcare … Continued
Funded through a grant from the Montana Healthcare Foundation, Human Resource Development Council of District IX embarked on a research project to understand the current community costs and the most cost effective approach to addressing chronic homelessness. Specifically, the project aimed to identify any correlation between the impacts of housing on health outcomes. The study … Continued