This chapter explains the continuum of housing for older people and the options available within the continuum. It discusses the housing options available to poor, rural, and homeless older people. Some housing options provide older people with assisted living: personal and health care supports. These options include board and care homes and nursing homes. Reports on cohousing and other cooperative housing options find that age-segregated housing helps people develop good relationships, allows for greater security, and offers more access to support services. Congregate housing offers private apartments where residents share recreational activities, transportation, and other services as they choose. An adult child may set up an accessory apartment for a parent or an older person may create an accessory apartment and rent the space to another older person. Visitability requires that an older resident or visitor with a disability be able to move barrier-free within the first floor of a single-family house.