Home Modification Tools, Programs and Funding

The University of Southern California (USC) Leonard Davis School of Gerontology partnered with the National Council on Aging (NCOA) on a series of projects to feature home modification and home safety programs, assessment instruments, and funding sources to provide resources for families and professionals.

If you have any updates or additions to the list below, please contact homemods@usc.edu

Visit the resources below to search for home modification programs in your area, obtain assessments to examine clients' homes and make changes to increase safety and support, and learn about funding sources from a range of agencies and organizations to support home modification activities.

Over 150 organizations from the aging, disability, housing, and health care sectors nationwide have contributed to our inventory of home assessment and modification programs and practices. We will continue to add programs to this list over time, visit again to see what's new.



Resources for Individuals and Families

Evidence-Based Programs and Best Practices in Home Assessment and Modification

Assessment Tools for Individuals and Families

Home Modification Funding Sources



Resources for Service Providers, Researchers and Educators

Evidence-Based Programs and Best Practices in Home Assessment and Modification

Assessment Tools for Professionals

Home Modification Funding Sources



For information on NCOA's National Falls Prevention Resource Center, visit: https://www.ncoa.org/center-for-healthy-aging/falls-resource-center/.

For information on USC's Fall Prevention Center of Excellence and efforts in home modification, visit: www.stopfalls.org/.

A project of the National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modification,
in affiliation with the Fall Prevention Center of Excellence, funded by the Archstone Foundation.
Located at the University of Southern California Andrus Gerontology Center, Los Angeles, California 90089-0191 (213) 740-1364.