New Developments in the "Bundling" of Housing and Services

Michael Allen, J.D., Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law

Even with the advent of the Olmstead decision, many housing programs are run in a way that does not provide the most integrated setting appropriate to the needs of people who have been diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities. Whether in old-fashioned group homes or in the largely unregulated board and care sector, housing is still used as leverage to get people to comply with the treatment recommendations of mental health professionals. Come learn about how to fight back.

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