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    I have visited the following websites numerous times and have found them very informative and enlightening. I've included my comments that will hopefully direct you to the specific information you are interested in locating. More web sites will continue to be added!
Absolute Authority on Homelessness (hosted by Anitra Freeman) http://www.absoluteauthority.com/Homelessness
A wealth of information and links! Go to www.handsnet.org/ to inquire about a web clipping service on issues related to homelessness.
AfterShare for Kids  http://www.aftershare.com
Four young girls (12 and 13 years old) wanted to find a way that they could make a difference. The Center director's daughter, Kerri (who had volunteered since 1990), and her best friends, Lori and April Matthews, began AfterShare for Kids in October, 1995.
Bay Area Homeless Project (BAHP) http://www.baha.org 
Excellent source of information to use in the education of people about homelessness, including the Homeless Education Kit. Current research and information about advocacy, especially on college campuses, is very helpful.
B.R.E.A.D. (Building Responsibility, Equality, And Dignity)
"The mission of B.R.E.A.D. is to draw together people of faith to act powerfully on local issues of justice and fairness through processes of relationship building, direct action, and negotiation with decision-makers."  Email johna@ee.net
Care of Poor People http://www.coppinc.com/
For information about Survival 2000: Preparing America's Poor and Homeless for Winter. November 25, 2000.
Consolidation for Social Awareness and Responsibility (CSAR) http://www3.sympatico.ca/truegrowth/csar.htm
End Homelessness Now http://www.bigskysoft.com/homeless/
Ideas for helping the homeless. This site accepts donations and also has a list of places to shop online where a certain percentage of money is donated to the homeless.
Faith Mission http://www.faithmissionofohio.org
Friends of the Homeless http://www.friendsofhomeless.org/ Friends of the Homeless" was founded in 1992 in Daytona Beach Florida to meet the needs of the many unfortunate people who have become homeless victims in America.
Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services http://www.upwardnyc.org/
A nonprofit agency serving midtown Manhattan, publishes Upward, a monthly newsletter (Upward) and Big News Magazine, all publications that deal with issues of homelessness.
The Great Speckled Bird Homeless
http://www.speakeasy.org/~anitra/homeless/homeless.html
Articles written by individuals dedicated to increasing the awareness of homeless issues and ways people can help (hosted by Anitra Freeman).
Homeless Discussion List  http://csf.colorado.edu/homeless/
Email  listproc@csf.colorado.edu to register.
Subscribing to this list is one of the best ways to keep informed on issues regarding homelessness. The archives of discussions provides a great deal of information.
Homeless Online www.homeless.org/ 
This web site has been developed to help the homeless online. It also provides links and resources .
Homeless People and the Internet  http://members.tripod.com/~bmdavidson/index.html
Great resource for finding current news as well as resources about homelessness.
Homeless People's Network http://aspin.asu.edu/hpn
Excellent source of information and discussions about homelessness hosted by Arizona State University. Contact the site for information about registering.
Homes for the Homeless  http://www2.homesforthehomeless.com/hfh/
International Homeless Discussion List and Archives www.csf.colorado.edu/homeless/index.html  
Links to over 450 sites with information on the homelessness. Probably one of the best sites to go to and spend hours.  Links to over 450 sites with information on the homelessness. 
International Union of Gospel Missions http://www.iugm.org/
Go to How to Help the Homeless. Especially interesting are 1) Former homeless individuals of the Bowery Mission share their stories; and 2) Rescue Mission Programs.
John Balderson's Homelessness Web Site
http://www.geocities.com/ftlaudhomeless/index.html
John has developed this web site. Read about the Homeless Assistance Center in Fort Lauderdale, John's experiences with being homeless, and about Arnold Abbott at this website.
National Alliance to End Homelessness
http://hometown.aol.com/jeri10/Homeless/index.htm
National Coalition for the Homeless http://nch.ari.net/
National Health Care for the Homeless http://www.nhchc.org/
National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty http://www.nlchp.org/
National Resource Center on Homelessness and Mental Illness
http://www.prainc.com/nrc/index.html
The Resource Center maintains a resource database containing listings of over 5,000 published items concerning homelessness and mental illness.
Partnership for the Homeless 
www.partnershipforhomeless.org/
Good related links about homelessness.
Poor Magazine Online   http://www.poornewsnetwork.com
A magazine that trains low-income people, most with little or no writing experience, to become journalists.
Poverty Message Board   http://pnews.org/boards/poverty
Riverside Homeless Project  Homeless Project 2000
Fifth grade students at Riverside Elementary School spent a year learning about homelessness and became involved in many projects that made a difference in the their lives and the lives of others.
Salvation Army  http://www.salvation-army.org
Stand Up for Kids   http://www.standupforkids.org
An organization that is dedicated to helping the homeless  and street kids. A visit to this site make you want to get involved and do something to help!
Tedrico’s Page Homelessness Resource Links 
http://www.contest-network.com/tedrico.html

Excellent site containing information on shelters, soup kitchens, panhandling, how to help the homeless and more. User friendly site--developed by homeless man.
Through My Eyes http://homelessproject.org/
Edie Cohn, an artist and writer, portrays homeless individuals in a sensitive and artistic way.
Trevor's Place  
http://www.youthventure.org/html/trevor_s_place.html
18-year-old Trevor started "Trevor’s Place," so homeless people could become more independent and   learn to contribute to society. A thrift shop and daily food runs helped Trevor’s Place win the 1991 National Caring Award.
U.S. Office of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) http://www.hud.gov/homeless.html  
Volunteers of America  http://www.voa.org/
Welfare Information Network 
http://www.welfareinfo.org/homeless.htm
Check out "Promising Practices" to become aware of projects in the U.S.  that are models for welfare reform.
Hot Topics:  issues and resources relating to welfare reform (up to four weeks old) are found here.