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» Resource Center » Related Websites » Homelessness/Housing
  • American Public Health Association
    The American Public Health Association (APHA) is the oldest and largest organization of public health professionals in the world, representing more than 50,000 members from over 50 occupations of public health.

  • Center for Housing Policy
    The Center for Housing Policy is the non-profit research affiliate of the National Housing Conference. NHC is the nation’s oldest non-profit, bipartisan organization working toward the provision of decent affordable housing and a sustainable living environment for every American.

  • Center for Urban Community Services
    Provides supportive services for homeless and formerly homeless people—street outreach, a drop-in center, transitional and permanent housing programs, and vocational and employment programs, with a special focus on specialized services for people with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, and chemical dependency.

  • Commission on Homelessness and Poverty, American Bar Association
    This commission helps state and local bar associations and other organizations start pro bono programs that meet the legal needs and concerns of people who are poor and/or homeless.

  • Community Connections
    Community Connections, the information center of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Office of Community Planning and Development, serves state and local agencies, non-profit organizations, public interest and intermediary groups, and other groups interested in housing and community development.

  • Corporation for Supportive Housing
    The Corporation for Supportive Housing is the only National intermediary that strives to ensure the expansion of permanent housing linked to services for persons with chronic medical, mental health, and other disabilities, who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

  • Department of Veterans Affairs
    Federal agency responsible for administering veterans’ benefits and services, including the special Homeless Veterans Program.

  • Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program
    This Federal emergency program provides funds for basic food and shelter, including rent, mortgage payments, and utilities.

  • Homes for Homeless
    Homes for the Homeless works to reduce homelessness and poverty by providing families who are homeless with the education, employment training, and support services that will enable them to gain and retain permanent housing.

    HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research sponsors HUD USER, an information service that provides ready access to research information and publishes the free newsletter, Recent Research Results.

  • Interagency Council on Homelessness
    The Interagency Council on Homelessness provides Federal leadership for activities to assist families and individuals who are homeless.

  • Mercy Housing, Inc.
    Mercy Housing is a national non-profit organization dedicated to creating and strengthening healthy communities by developing affordable housing for families, seniors, formerly homeless persons, people with HIV/AIDS, and individuals with chronic mental illnesses and physical impairments.

  • National Alliance to End Homelessness
    This alliance is a national membership organization and is rooted in the belief that all sectors of society need to mobilize to end homelessness. Its membership consists of leaders in the financial community, non-profit agencies, grassroots providers, political leaders, and private citizens.

  • National Association of Community Health Centers
    The National Association of Community Health Centers is a national resource for public policy information on primary health care for the homeless and other medically underserved populations.

  • National Center for Homeless Education
    This is a national resource center of research and information enabling communities to successfully address the needs of homeless children and youth and their families.

  • National Center on Family Homelessness
    The National Center on Family Homelessness is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of homeless families through informing public policy and public education. It broadly disseminates knowledge gained from its research and program activities to policy makers, providers, funders, advocates, and media across the country.

  • National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
    This coalition’s mission is to end homelessness among veterans by shaping public policy, promoting collaboration, and building the capacity of service providers.

  • National Coalition for the Homeless
    The mission of the National Coalition for the Homeless is to end homelessness. Their work is focused in four areas: housing, economics, health care, and civil rights. The site has updates on pending policy and legislation, updates on coalition projects, and a calendar of events.

  • National Resource Center on Homelessness and Mental Illness
    Develops papers, workshops, and training programs on service delivery to homeless persons with serious mental illnesses. Maintains a database of over 4,000 articles.

  • National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness
    This campaign, a non-profit network of colleges, universities, and high schools, is a project of the Public Research Interest Research Groups and recognizes the need to address issues of hunger and homelessness.

  • Office of Special Needs Assistance Programs, Office of Community Planning and Development, HUD
    This program provides funding to programs that provide housing and services for various segments of the homeless population.

  • Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH)
    Created under the McKinney Act, The PATH Program, is a formula grant program that funds the 50 States, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and four U.S. Territories to support service delivery to individuals with serious mental illnesses, as well as individuals with co-occurring substance use disorders, who are homeless or at risk of becoming home-less.

  • Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty, Inc.
    Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty, Inc., is a licensed not-for-profit, non-religious housing agency founded in 1969 that works to reduce homelessness, violence and substandard housing while improving the quality of life in Steuben, Allegany and Livingston Counties. This includes hundreds of clients every year who are domestic violence victims, people with mental illnesses and/or low-income home owners and renters. 24 hour domestic violence hotline: (800) 286-3407

  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
    Federal agency responsible for national housing programs, fair housing opportunities, and improvement and development of the Nations' communities.

The information above was taken, in part, from material provided by SAMHSA.

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