Ability Housing works to build strong communities where everyone has a home. They develop and operate quality rental housing affordable to persons with extremely limited incomes; focusing on the needs of persons experiencing and at risk of homelessness and adults with a disability. Ability Housing partners with area service organizations so our residents have the supports they require to ensure housing stability and increase their independent living skills. Ability Housing supports and implements research-based best practices, including: Permanent Supportive Housing: The linkage of affordable housing with voluntary, person-centered support services is the national best practice for helping chronically homeless individuals and families permanently exit homelessness. This approach also enables adults with a disability to live independently. Housing First: Provides safe, affordable and stable housing is our first priority; then focus on offering community-based support services to help our residents maintain their housing and increase their self-sufficiency. Resident Enrichment: They partner with other community organizations to provide educational and supportive services, which enhance our residents' quality of life and reduce their risk of returning to homelessness.