For some, housing for people with disabilities implies only physical accessibility, but at Main Street we believe that is only the tip of the iceberg. The Main Street model also emphasizes affordability, inclusion of people with and without disabilities and extensive opportunities for community connection. While we believe these should be the norms in housing development, there are many financial and governmental obstacles that hinder efforts to create such residential communities. Main Street is determined to make the process easier. We invite those who are interested in creating a housing community like Main Street to explore the resources below.
For those who are looking for housing or housing supports for a person with a disability in Maryland, please visit Maryland Inclusive Housing.