Inclusive Neighborhoods Housing Corporation (INHC) is a nonprofit housing corporation which develops safe, affordable and accessible housing for persons with developmental disabilities. INHC customizes its properties for individuals. INHC has a Master Contract with the Montgomery County Board of Developmental Disabilities Services to develop housing. Approximately one-third of the homes are adapted for wheelchair accessibility.
The INHC Board of Trustees provides direction for the 501 (c) 3 organization. INHC's Board is made up of representatives from the community, parents of persons with disabilities and individuals who live in INHC-owned homes. Two staff members, the General Manager and Account Clerk, are paid by the Montgomery County Board of DDS. Therefore, the organization has no direct employees. All of its revenue goes into housing.
INHC has 90 properties including single-family homes, duplexes and apartment buildings. Over 350 individuals are living in INHC-owned properties in a supported living model. The individuals chose where they want to live, with whom and their provider agency. Property management services are paid for through rent and includes repairs and maintenance, lawn care services and snow removal.