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This statewide community-based participatory action research study was conducted to identify opportunities and barriers for persons with disabilities in obtaining accessible, affordable housing in West Virginia. Using surveys and a facilitated group technique, persons with disabilities identified existing barriers and developed a set of questions for housing industry professionals. This article was published in \"Housing and Society\" the journal of the Housing Education and Research Association.
accessible, affordable housing; community-based participatory action research study (CBPAR); Participatory action research (PAR); Excessive cost; HUD/ Wait List; Location not central; Prejudice against people with special needs; Lack of accessible housing; Bad credit; cost of assistive technology
Program Manager, West Virginia Real Choice
Program Manager, Bureau of Medical Services
Short URL: http://www.advancingstates.org/node/51330