TAC specializes in the design and implementation of evidence-based permanent supportive housing that leverages mainstream affordable housing and sustainable services funding for vulnerable low-income populations.
TAC supports the efforts of public managers and purchasers to successfully plan and implement the design, financing, and management of mental health and substance use services.
TAC is a leader in assisting states to develop and implement systems-level approaches to increase community living options for people with disabilities consistent with the ADA and the U.S. Supreme Court's Olmstead decision.
TAC is at the fore of providing analysis and information on how to best make use of the opportunities and navigate the challenges presented by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
TAC's knowledge-base includes planning and implementation of evidence-based and best practice services for children and adolescents involved with the mental health, child welfare, education, and/or juvenile justice systems.
TAC provides consultation and training to state Medicaid, disability, and mental health agencies on implementing and financing employment services for people with disabilities.
TAC is fluent in federal Medicaid rules and regulations and in leveraging Medicaid to promote access to services that assist people with disabilities to live at home and in the community.
TAC is versed in the needs of individuals and families, including veterans, who experience homelessness, and in the planning, design, financing, and administration of programs to effectively prevent and end homelessness.
TAC is a recognized expert on federal affordable housing programs, policies and regulations, development and finance, and the effective use of resources to expand affordable housing opportunities for vulnerable populations.
TAC assists public purchasers to successfully utilize managed care to design effective prudent purchasing and performance contracting systems
TAC is committed to designing, financing, and delivering effective programs that meet a range of housing, service, and support needs of veteran households who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.