An online search engine provided by the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. This page will take you through a process to provide you with contact information for those providers for your area. Visit the page, then select the type of help you need then enter your city or county.
Learn more: https://www.tdhca.state.tx.us/texans.htm
The HomeMods.org website is provided as a service of the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence (FPCE), a project of the University of Southern California (USC) Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
VISIT their resources page for information on aging issues, home modification, and supportive housing.
This US government department is responsible for national policy and programs that address America’s housing needs, that improve and develop communities and enforce fair housing laws.
Looking for housing options for yourself, an aging parent, relative, or friend? Do some research first to determine what kind of assistance or living arrangement you need; what your health insurance might cover; and what you can afford. Then check here for financial assistance resources and guides for making the right choice.
Talk to a HUD-approved housing counselor if you have questions about your situation.
Next Step in Care provides easy-to-use guides to help family caregivers and health care providers work closely together to plan and implement safe and smooth transitions for chronically or seriously ill patients.
Use this website to make sure you ask all the important questions, get complete answers, and make the best transition plan possible.
Learn more: https://www.nextstepincare.org/
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs is the state agency responsible for affordable housing, community and energy assistance programs, and regulation of the state's manufactured housing industry. The Department currently administers $2 billion through for-profit, nonprofit, and local government partnerships to deliver local housing and community-based opportunities and assistance to Texans in need (visit Help for Texans). The overwhelming majority of the Department's resources are derived from mortgage revenue bond financing and refinancing, federal grants, and federal tax credits.