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Fundraising & Grantwriting: Shelter

Finding Books: Shelter & Homelessness

Book cover: confronting homelessness Book cover: housing policy in the united states Book cover: living broke in boom times Book cover: encyclopedia of homelessness Book cover: a roof over my head Book cover: homeless mothers Book cover: homelessness in america Book cover: a nation in denial: the truth about homelessness

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Recommended Websites: Shelter & Homelessness

US Department of Health and Human Services - Homelessness - Grants, Research, Resources, and Federal Links related to Homelessness in the United States.

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) - this site collects, evaluates, and disseminates resources and best practices regarding homelessness.

The Urban Institute - Public Housing and Housing Finance - Resources on housing market trends and housing assistance programs intended to educate policy makers and the public on issues related to housing.

US Department of Housing and Urban Development - Government resources on housing practices and policies.

National Coalition for the Homeless - A nationwide advocacy network focused on preventing and ending homelessness, alleviating the stresses of those who are currently homeless, and protecting the homeless populations' rights.

Institute for Research on Poverty - A nonprofit, nonpartisan, interdisciplinary center based out of UW-Madison that researches poverty and social inequality.

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