Vanquishing the Vexation of Housing for Loved Ones with Psychiatric Disabilities

A great vexation of families navigating mental illness is housing. Once a loved one’s psychiatric situations is sufficiently reliable, a family’s thoughts inexorably turn to the quest for a suitable abode for the loved one.

BY Tom Pyle, MBA, MS, CPRP | July 2019 | Category: Accessible Homes

Vanquishing the Vexation of Housing for Loved Ones with Psychiatric Disabilities

Because loved ones with mental illness tend to be both disabled and poor, their housing need is acute, but their financial capacity abject.

The vexation for families comes when confronting the critical questions about housing for their disabled loved ones… Where to find it? How to afford it? What to expect of supports along with it?

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