New Hampshire Supportive Housing Toolkit.
Overview of Permanent Supportive Housing for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Other Living Expenses of Individuals
Putting It All Together: Budgeting For The Individual
Developing and Maintaining Your Nonprofit Tax-Exempt Entity
This Toolkit is designed to provide an overview of the elements involved in developing a supportive housing setting serving multiple persons with intellectual disabilities. It is written for anyone with an interest and does not assume knowledge about, or experience with, housing development, capital finance, public benefits, the adult services system, or any other piece of the supportive housing puzzle.
This Toolkit is not a recipe for supportive housing; most of the topics covered are too complex and real-world application is too contingent upon specific circumstances. This Toolkit does hope to provide you with enough of an understanding of the entire development process a) to determine whether or not to pursue it, and b) if you do choose pursue it, to be as prepared as possible for what is ahead.
It’s a safe bet that, as a national matter, most family-driven supportive housing development is being built on a buy-in model, in which future residents, or their families, contribute significant up-front capital. While the numbers are all the more challenging without such family financial contributions, this Toolkit does not assume they will be available. The aim is to provide a route forward for families whose resources may consist primarily of hope, commitment, and indomitable will.
Much of the information gathered in this Toolkit is of a category that begins to become dated the moment the ink dries. NEVER rely solely on any information in this Toolkit. ALWAYS confirm the currency of any law, regulation, policy, deadline, requirement, form or contact person with the appropriate authority.
 Nothing in this Toolkit should be treated as legal advice.