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Federal Partners and Projects
CMHS' National GAINS Center
Center for Mental Health Knowledge Application Program (CMHS/KAP)
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Center for Excellence
Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH)
US Department of Housing and Urban Development Homelessness Resource Exchange (HUDHRE)
US Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH)
National Network for Youth
Corporation for Supportive Housing
Community Voice Mail
Funders Together to End Homelessness
National Alliance to End Homelessness
National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth
National Center on Family Homelessness
National Coalition for the Homeless
National Health Care for the Homeless Council
- National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty
National Policy and Advocacy Council on Homelessness
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
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Pets of the Homeless
The Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center (SMYRC)
New England Center for Homeless Veterans
Raising the Roof (Canada)
Institute on Violence, Abuse and Trauma
Community Circles of Support for Veterans’ Families
On Time for Recovery
Strengthening At Risk and Homeless Young Mothers and Children Initiative
The Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness (ICPH)
Back on my Feet
Lawyers Working to End Homelessness
The mission of NLCHP is to prevent and end homelessness by serving as the legal arm of the nationwide movement to end homelessness. To achieve its mission, the organization pursues three main strategies:
NLCHP strives to place homelessness in the larger context of poverty. By taking this approach, the organization aims to address homelessness as a very visible manifestation of deeper causes, including:
the shortage of affordable housing
inadequate social services
NLCHP addresses the causes of homelessness, not just its symptoms.
The organization was established in 1989 by Maria Foscarinis, a lawyer who has been working to end homelessness at the national level since 1985.
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Jordan Lamb from Washington
SarahPaige Fuller from Norfolk
Aaron Shaw from Orlando
Jade Bernstein from baltimore
Tracey Crocker from Tampa/Clearwater area
Selected National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty Resources
Homes Not Handcuffs: The Criminalization of Homelessness in US Cities
A Place at the Table: Prohibitions on Sharing Food with People Experiencing Homelessness
Advocating for the Special Education Needs of Homeless and Mobile Students: A Guide to Rights and Resources
An Ounce of Prevention: Programs to Prevent Homelessness in 25 States
Domestic Violence Shelters and Civil Rights Statutes
Indicators of Increasing Homelessness Due to the Foreclosure and Economic Crises
Insult to Injury: Violations of the Violence Against Women Act
Model Approaches to Cleaning Public Spaces
Shortchanging Survivors: The Family Violence Option for TANF Benefits
Using the CACFP Program for Children in Domestic Violence Shelters
Using The CACFP Program for Children in Homeless Shelters Fact Sheet
Without Just Cause: A 50-State Review of the (Lack of) Rights of Tenants in Foreclosure
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