We believe persons with disabilities or people who are experiencing homelessness deserve quality affordable housing and appropriate integrated services to allow them to live independently, to make a difference in their own lives and our communities.
We believe ongoing education and advocacy promotes positive public policies and the advancement of current supportive housing best practices
We believe respect is essential to building the relationships that are critical to success and optimizing the talents and diversity of our members and state partners
We believe integrity is the bedrock of a trustworthy organization which promotes effective partnerships and assures mindful stewardship of state resources
We believe working together results in a stronger organization and community
We believe our citizens with disabilities and special needs are unique and we strive to understand, appreciate, and serve their needs