|1||Meeting Ground Homeless Community|
Christian group providing shelter and aid to the homeless and those in danger of becoming homeless.
|2||Montgomery County Coalition For The Homeless|
Dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness, as well as assisting those in need. Programs include a men''s emergency shelter, permanent housing for homeless families, services for mentally ill adults, and personal living quarters for single adults.
|3||Homeless Garden Project|
The Homeless Garden Project offers job training and meaningful labor to homeless people, and sells produce from its commercial organic garden.
|4||I.M. Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless|
Emergency shelter for homeless individuals and families providing health, dental, and vision care, case management, mental health services, children''s program and other support services free of charge.
|5||Interfaith Council for the Homeless|
ICH provides direct services, education and advocacy for the area''s homeless with funding and volunteers from the religious community.
Contains comprehensive details of 573 agencies in Greater London that provide training, employment and support services for homeless people. Searchable by borough, service or text.
A nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to mobilize the private sector to address the availability of affordable housing.
A community economic initiative designed to create employment and to dispel the myths and stereotyping surrounding homelessness, developed by Cornerstone Community Association Durham.
|9||Homeless Children International|
Supports projects and ministries committed to helping homeless children around the world; includes details on programs, volunteer opportunities, and contact information.
|10||Seattle/ King County Coalition for the Homeless|
Provides facts and resources about local homelessness, area survey counts of the homeless, and offers services such as supplying homeless youth with school materials.
|11||Homeless Cat Network|
Non-profit, all volunteer feline rescue organization whose mission is to humanely eliminate the homeless, abandoned and feral cat problem on the Bay area peninsula. Calendar of adoption fairs and other events, and database of adoptable cats.
|12||Homeless Intervention Shelter (H.I.S.) House|
Homeless shelter. Includes history, (E-mail) directory, volunteer and donation forms.
|13||Homeless Health Care|
Mission is to improve the health of people through health services, education and advocacy. Includes services, advocacy, training, events, helping and board.
Nonprofit offering various forms of assistance to the homeless and substance abusers in the state. Background information, events and details on how to help.
|15||Friends of Homeless Animals of Northern Virginia|
Non-euthanizing shelter providing adoptions of cats and dogs. Photographs and listings of pets needing new families, general information on program and facilities.
|16||Collier County Hunger and Homeless Coalition|
Southwest Florida non-profit organization helping the hungry, the homeless and those at risk of homelessness become self-sufficient.
|17||Chicago Coalition for the Homeless|
CCH is an agency that organizes and advocates to prevent and end homelessness within the city. Includes facts and figures, campaigns, accomplishments, events and activities, and contacts.
|18||Help the Homeless|
PDA Basics is a site gathering Information, News & Reviews about the world of PDA
|19||Chester Aid to The Homeless|
Charity providing night shelter, hostel accommodation, resettlement, day centre, and education and training. Includes programs, newsletter and how to help.
|20||Bakersfield Homeless Center|
Assists homeless individuals, families and children in the Greater Bakersfield area with food and lodging. Includes current events, driving directions and information on donating.