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SHEABABY  

My name is Melissa Davis, I was released from Tennessee Prison for women back in Auguest,

My name is Melissa Davis, I was released from Tennessee Prison for women back in Auguest, 2012. I am in desperate need of assistance. I have no where to live, no money. its been real hard finding a job, I have no transportation, At this point in my life ive run out of opptions. I need help. I have a living mother who has custody of my two children and she lives in goverment houseing and only can do so much becase of her and my situation. If any one has any suggestions please contact me at my moms number 1-423-746-4451.
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True92  

help: hello i live in new haven ct with my son father and currently feel like i live in hell

hello i live in new haven ct with my son father and currently feel like i live in hell crying everyday and so much more .. im in deseprate need for someone to stay with my child or even help with a secuirty deposit or roomin house ... i take perfect care of my son . because i live here and he knows i need somewhere to stay he does NOTHING for my son all me please someone help i have exactly nobody for noone to help me ..please contact me text message or anything at 2036764456
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clsdlds+1  

hi my name is kelly i got kicked out last night i am five months pregant and have two kids

hi my name is kelly i got kicked out last night i am five months pregant and have two kids but only get them for two weeks i just got a job in springfield tn i need help asap
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HumbledFatherof5  

Im in St. Clair county in Belleville Illinois. My wife and our 5 children need

Im in St. Clair county in Belleville Illinois. My wife and our 5 children need help. We are homeless I am currently unemployed but I have skills, I have done physical labor and I am quick learner, I am gravely humbled by this experience, I graduated high school, i am computer savy, my family and I need help please. There is a waiting list and I dont think I can wait and my children need a home for education.
Sincerely,
Bradley Root
hyperg23@yahoo.com
Right now I am staying at a friends and my wife and the kids are at her mothers 2 bedroom house which is a breach of occupancy laws and they cannot be enrolled in school until that is remedied. Thank you in advance even if I don't receive help. I thank God they are people like you that do help some.
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Emergency Housing Assistance For Residents Of North Dakota

North Dakota Homeless Information Centers

Contact a center near you for shelter, emergency housing, food, clothing, and job or health services.

Bismarck

West Central Human Service Center
600 S 2nd St Suite 5
Bismarck, ND 58504
(701) 328-8888
Toll free 1 (888) 328-2662
TDD (701) 328-8802
Hot Line (701) 328- 2662

Devils Lake

Lake Region Human Service Center
P.O. Box 650
Hwy 2 W, Devils Lake
Devils Lake, ND 58301
(701) 665-2200
Toll free 1 (888) 607-8610
TDD (701) 665-2211
Hot Line (701) 665-5050

Dickinson

Badlands Human Services
Pulver Hall
Dickinson, ND 58601
(701) 227-7500
Toll free 1 (888) 227-7525
TDD (701) 227-7574
Hot line (701) 227-5009

Fargo

South East Human Service Center
2624 9th Ave. SW
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 298-4500
Toll free 1 (888) 342-4900
TDD (701)-298-4450
Hot line (701) 235-7335

Grand Forks

North East Human Service Center
151 S. 4 th St. Suite 401
Grand Forks, ND 58201
(701) 795-3000
Toll free 1 (800) 256-6742
TDD (701) 795-3060

Jamestown

South Central Human Service Center
520 3rd St. North
P.O. Box 2055
Jamestown, ND 58401
(701) 253-6300
Toll free 1 (800) 260-1310
TDD (701) 253-6414
Hot line 701 253- 6304

Minot

North Central Human Service Center
400 22 Ave NW
Minot, ND 58701
(701) 857-8500
Toll free 1 (888) 470-6968
TDD (701) 857-8666

Williston

North West Human Services Center
PO Box 1266
316 2nd Ave West
Williston, ND 58801
(701) 774-4643
Toll free 1 (800) 231-7724
TDD (701) 774-4692
Hot line (701) 572-9111
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Agencies Providing Emergency Rental Assistance in Mississippi

 

Back Bay Mission
1012 Division Street
P.O. Box 509
Biloxi, MS 39533-0509
Phone: (228) 432-0301
Email
Provides mortgage, rent, utility relief, medications, transportation assistance and other miscellaneous items.

Madison County Allied Against Poverty (MadCAAP)
P.O. Box 217
3141 S. Liberty Street
Canton, MS 39046
Phone: (601) 407-1404 or (601) 421-6729
Emergency Assistance Program provides help to clients with food, utilities,rent and prescription medications.

Good Samaritan Center
114 Millsaps Avenue,
Jackson, MS 39202
Phone: (601) 355-6276
Email
Focuses on families in crisis who are experiencing an unexpected (yet verifiable) emergency beyond the client's control.

Multi-County Community Service Agency
2900 St. Paul Street
P.O. Box 905
Meridian, MS 39301
Phone: (601) 483-4838 or 1-800-898-0659
Email
Assists in solving real-life problems by enabling families to attain self-sufficiency by addressing problems in the areas of employment, education, health, housing, nutrition, and income management; serves a broad segment of the MCCSA target population ranging from adolescents to the elderly

MS State Dept. of Health - Division of STD/HIV
570 E. Woodrow Wilson
PO Box 1700
Osbourne Building, Room 350
Jackson, MS 39215-1700
Phone: (601) 576-7723
HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS), provides rental assistance, Information and resources

City of Natchez
Catholic Charities
PO Box 1185
Natchez, MS 39121
Phone: (601) 442-0142
Provides emergency rental assistance through Catholic Charities.

Salvation Army, Social Services Office
110 Presto Ln.
Jackson, MS 39206
Phone: (601) 982-4881
Assist in meeting the immediate presenting need of the individuals who come for help.

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Starshine  

Tennessee Shelters for the Homelesss

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Shelters and Emergency Housing: Tennessee
   
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Listed below are organizations in Tennessee that offer shelter and emergency housing to the homeless.

Location     Organization     Phone     Description
Tennessee     Salvation Army     Knoxville:
(865) 525-9401
Memphis:
(901) 543-8586
Nashville:
(615) 242-0411
Johnson City:
(423) 926-8901     Shelter for men/women/victims of domestic violence/Program for pregnant teens; merchandise, stores, transitional housing, etc.
Tennessee     Lighthouse Mission Ministries     Memphis:
(901) 382-0966
Brownsville:
(731) 772-0299
Nashville:
(615) 327-8106
Clarksville:
(931) 503-2000     Lighthouse Mission Ministries offers homeless men or women a future without addiction - Brownsville, Clarksville, Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee.
Tennessee     Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence     1 (800) 356-6767 or
1 (800) 799-7233     Listings for services including emergency shelter, transportation, food, clothing and related services.
Tennessee     Needy Meds           Free Clinic List for TN for the uninsured
Tennessee     Tennessee Homeless Shelters            
Tennessee     Upper East Tennessee Women’s Shelters            
Bristol     Bristol Shelters            
Chattanooga     Chattanooga Room in the Inn
230 N. Highland Park Ave
Chattanooga, TN 37404     (423) 624-6144     Women/Families with Children
Chattanooga     Chattanooga Homeless Directory            
Chattanooga     Homeless Health Care Center
Email     (423) 265-5708     Services at a stationary clinic, as well as through outreach to homeless citizens living in the Chattanooga area.
Clarksville     Old Firehouse Day Shelter & Room in the Inn (November 1 to April 1)
1498 Golf Club Lane
Clarksville, TN 37040
Email     (931) 542-0381     Men and Women - Intake-individual needs assessment-dayshelter from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Room In the Inn provides evening and nightly shelter and provided by local churches.
Clarksville     Urban Ministries, Safe House for Women
Grace Assistance Program
217 S. Third St.
Clarksville, TN 37041     (931) 552-6900
(24 hr number)     Homeless shelter and referrals in Clarksville
Columbia     South Central Human Resource Agency-Community Action Agency           Human services to 13 Middle Tennessee counties such as Head Start, food and shelter, heating assistance, meals, etc.
Our Service Centers:
Columbia     Place of Hope
105 N. James Campbell Blvd.
Columbia, Tennessee 38401
Email     (800) 524-0912 or

(931) 388-9406     Alcohol and drug treatment programs and services, temporary shelter for the homeless, and food for the hungry, within a caring, Christian environment.
Cookeville     Cookeville Rescue Mission
1331 S. Jefferson St.
Cookeville, TN 38503     (931) 528-5819     Families, men and women
Cookeville     Genesis House
P.O. Box 1180
Cookeville, TN 38503     (800) 707-5197     Rape and Sexual assault Response Center
Cookeville     Upper Cumberland
Dismas House
Email     (931) 520-8448     Housing transition for ex-offenders
Gallatin     Good Neighbor Mission and Crises Center (Sumner County)
1188 Long Hollow Pk
Gallatin, TN 37066     (615) 452-7337     Emergency housing for families with children
Gallatin     Kids Savers of America, Inc.
128 S. Water Ave.
Gallatin, TN 37066
Email     (615) 452-0051     Food, clothing, and permanent shelter
Goodlettsville     Goodlettsville Help Center
108 Depot St. #400
Goodlettsville, TN 37072
(help in 37072 zip code only)     (615) 859-4706     General provisions, call for information
Henderson     Southwest Human Resource Agency     (800) 372-6013     Serving 15 W. TN Counties - Social services, housing, nutrition, elderly care, jobs, etc.
Contact us
Huntsville     Scott County Homeless Shelter
PO Box 164
Huntsville, TN 37756     (423) 663-3333     General provisions, call for information
Jackson     Aspell Recovery Center
110 McCowat St.
Jackson, TN 38301     (731) 427-7238     Chemical dependency program for men serving 20 counties with supportive and transitional housing
Jackson     Global Mission Ministries
162 Airways Blvd.
Jackson, TN 38301     (731) 424-3244     Daytime training discipleship program - 12 step/etc; shelter with meals, grooming facilities, commitment
Jackson     Jackson Area Council on Alcoholism
900 East Chester Street
Jackson, TN 38301    

Main Phone #
(731) 423-3653
Fax # (731) 422-2820

Homeless Housing for Men and Women
Phone # (731) 427-2775
    Services to reclaim the potential of persons who have become addicted (dependant upon) alcohol and other mind altering drugs. Provides a 33 bed men's transitional living facility Provides a 10 bed women's transitional facility Provides housing for 8 homeless women provides housing for 12 homeless men
Johnson City     Johnson City Interfaith Hospitality Network
210 West Fairview St.
Johnson City, TN 37604
Email     (423) 929-9967     Shelter, meals, and support services to families without homes.
Johnson City     Safe Passage, Inc.
Post Office Box 162
Johnson City, TN 37605     24 hr hotline:
(423) 926-7233
Office:
(423) 232-8920     A Domestic Violence Shelter For Women & Children
Johnson City     Emergency Shelters in Upper East TN            
Johnson City     Frontier Health Corporate
1167 Spratlin Park Drive
P.O. Box 9054
Johnson City, TN 37615
Email     (423) 467-3600     Services:
-       Behavioral Health / Mental Health Services
-       Substance Abuse Services
-       Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
-       Vocational Rehabilitation Services
-       Specialty Services
-       Most Intensive Services
-       Residential Services
-       Crisis Services
-       Service Guide
Knoxville     Knoxville Interfaith Health Clinic
315 Gill Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37917     (865) 546-7330     A health care ministry in Knoxville, Tennessee providing affordable medical care, dental care, mental health counseling and prescription medications for the working uninsured
Knoxville     Knox Area Rescue Ministries
418 North Broadway
Knoxville, TN 37917     (865) 673-6540     Shelter for homeless men, women & children
Knoxville     Serenity Shelter     24 hr. Crises Line:
(865) 971-4673     Crisis intervention center for women/lodging/meals/clothing
Knoxville     Helen Ross McNabb Services
201 W. Springdale Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37917     To make a referral, receive more information, or to access services, please call (865) 637-9711.     Independent living housing services are available in several locations in Knoxville. Apartments located in two buildings in the Fourth and Gill neighborhood, one new and one renovated, provide a total of 9 apartments with a capacity of 13 tenants. A resident manager is on site to maintain the facility and monitor the residents for special needs.
Knoxville     Knoxville Homeless Shelters            
Knoxville     Volunteer Ministry Center     (865) 524-3926     Dayroom with breakfast & lunch & 18 single rooms for males.
Knoxville     Community Action Committee     (865) 546-3500 x142
Homeward Bound     Referral to shelters & homeless services in the Knoxville Area.
Lebanon     The Brooks House - A Home for the Hopeful
Community Homeless Outreach & Support, Inc.
111 West Lester Street
P.O. Box 1222
Lebanon, TN 37088
Email     (615) 444-8882     Women and women with children. Services include overnight shelter, education, healthcare, social services and human resources.
Lenoir City     Iva's Place
Comprehensive Services for Women
P.O. Box 71
Lenoir City, TN 37774
Nancy Grimes Program Director     (865) 986-3199
Fax: (865) 988-1844      
Memphis     Agency for Youth and Family Development
5050 Poplar Avenue, Suite 1510
Memphis, TN 38157     (901) 682-6775     Emergency Housing - Youth (14-17)
Memphis     Alpha Omega Veterans Services
1183 Madison Ave.
Memphis, TN 38104     (901) 452-5678     Emergency Housing -Men and Women Veterans
Memphis     Homeless Services Catholic Charities of West Tennessee
300 N. Bellevue
Memphis, TN 38105     (901) 722-4758     Dually-Diagnosed - men and women
Memphis     Family Link/Youth Villages
1582 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104     (901) 251-5000     Counseling Youth 13-18 - Group Homes/Transitional Housing
Memphis     Genesis House
300 N. Bellevue
Memphis, TN 38105     (901) 726-9786     Chronically Mentally Ill Adults
Memphis         (901) 526-8403     Housing Emergency - Men's Shelter; meals for families; clothing; referral to medical clinic
Memphis     Memphis Interfaith Hospitality Network
200 E. Parkway North
Memphis, TN 38112
Email
Email     (901) 452-6446     Emergency Housing - Families
Memphis     Memphis Union Mission
383 Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38103
Email     (901) 526-8434     Emergency Housing - Adult Men & Intact Families
Memphis     Missionaries of Charity
700 N. Seventh St.
Memphis, TN 38107     (901) 526-5456     Housing Emergencies for women and women w/children (boys under 5)
Memphis     The Peabody House
1076 Peabody
Memphis, TN 38104     (901) 527-3863     Emergency Housing & Treatment - HIV/AIDS Adults
Memphis     Porter-Leath Children's Center
868 N. Manassas
Memphis, TN 38107     (901) 577-2500     Emergency Shelter/Foster Care - Children
Memphis     Shelby County Victims Assistance Center
600 Adams Avenue
Memphis, TN 38105
Email     (901) 545-4357     Assistance/Referrals - Victims of Violent Crimes
Murfreesboro     The Journey Home
308 W. Castle St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Email     (615) 809-2644     Referrals for sheltering, meals, jobs assistance, clothing, transportation, computer lab
Murfreesboro     The Salvation Army
1137 W. Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Mail Address P.O. Box 791, 37133-0791     (615) 895-7071    
Nashville     Campus for Human Development
532 8th Avenue South
P. O. Box 25309
Nashville, TN 37202-5309
Email     (615) 251-9791     Families and individuals
Nashville     Catholic Charities
Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc.
30 White Bridge Road
Nashville, TN 37205     (615) 352-3087     Refugees and immigrants
Nashville     Dismas Houses (Cookeville, Nashville and Memphis)
1513 16th Avenue South
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
Email     (615) 297-4511     Men/women leaving incarceration
Nashville     Layman Lessons Christian Church and Ministries
229 Largo Drive
Nashville, TN 37211
Email     (615) 730-6287     Christian Church and Ministry providing transitional housing, mobile food and clothing distribution center, feeding programs, addiction recovery, vocational rehabilitation
Nashville     Magdalene & Thistle Farms
Box 6330-B
Nashville, TN 37235
Email     (615) 298-1140     Women, temporary housing, recovery & addiction programs, business operation
Nashville     Matthew 25, Inc. Vine Hill Tower
625 Benton Ave.
P. O. Box 120
Nashville, TN 37204     (615) 383-9577     Homeless veterans
Nashville     Metro Nashville Social Services Department
523 A Mainstream Drive
Nashville, TN 37228
Email
Where to get help in Nashville     (615) 862-6400
(until 4:30 p.m.)

Homeless Services:
(615) 880-2526     Referrals and child care, family and education services, homeless services, utility and financial assistance, refugee services, transportation, nutrition and homemaker services.
Nashville     Nashville Rescue Mission
639 Lafayette St.
Nashville, TN 37203
Email     (615) 255-2475     Shelter and services for men
Nashville     Nashville Rescue Mission
1716 8th Ave. N.
Nashville, TN 37208
Email     (615) 255-2475     Shelter and services for women
Nashville     The Next Door
128 8th Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37202
    (615) 251-8805     Programs, employment, and housing for women in crises. The Freedom Recovery Center provides permanent housing for women and their children with on-site access to recovery support services, specifically those addressing addiction and mental health issues.
Nashville     Oasis Center
1221 16th Avenue, South
Nashville, TN 37212
Email     (615) 327-4455     Youth and families
Nashville     Operation Stand Down -
Assistance for Homeless Veterans
1125 12th Avenue South
Nashville TN 37203-4709
Email     (615) 321-3919
(615) 248-1987     Full Veterans Service Center: Veterans and their families – homeless, transitional and permanent housing, etc.
Nashville     Park Center
Contact us     Safe Havens Shelter-homeless:
(615) 228-9254
Supportive housing: (615) 228-1164     Affordable and safe residential housing for people with mental illness, women with children, homeless, and supportive housing
Nashville     Project Return
1200 Division Street, Suite 200
Nashville, Tennessee 37203-4000
Email     (615) 327-9654     Assistance and support to anyone with juvenile or criminal record; aid in transition from incarceration to the community
Nashville     Renewal House
P.O. Box 280356
Nashville, TN 37228     (615) 255-5222     Families, women and children, recovery programs, housing programs
Nashville     Safe Haven Family Shelter
1234 3rd Avenue, South
Nashville, TN 37210
Email     (615) 256-8195     Nashville shelter that serves homeless families as a whole unit
Nashville     Sisters of Mercy-House of Mercy, Inc.
4903-A Tennessee Avenue
Nashville, TN 37209
Email     (615) 385-7686     Transitional housing for women and their children; rehabilitation and recovery programs to self-sufficiency
Nashville     Street Works
520 Sylvan St.
Nashville, TN 37205
Email     (615) 259-7676 X110
24/7 hotline     HIV/STD Reduction, Care/Clinical Support:

    * Case management
    * Nutritional Supplements
    * Transportation
    * Social Service Referrals
    * Emergency Financial Assistance

Nashville     Urban Housing Solutions
411 Murfreesboro Road
Nashville, TN 37210
Email     (615) 726-2696     Rentals for low-to-moderate income individuals/families, homeless, mentally ill, physically disabled, people in recovery - permanent and transitional housing
Nashville     Monroe Harding, Inc
1120 Glendale Ln
Nashville, TN 37204
    (615) 298-5573     Continuum of services promoting positive growth for children, youth, and young families-Group Living Services, Youth Independent Living Services, Social Development & Enrichment Services, and Family Preservation & Stabilization Services. See website for listing of services for youth – Youth Connections, including education, housing, foster care, adoption services, and more.
Nashville     Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville, Tennessee, Inc.
2144 Fairfax Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
    (615) 343-4000     Temporary housing for families of ill children receiving medical care at Nashville hospitals.
Nashville     Welcome Home Ministries
P.O. Box 100183
Nashville, TN 37224
E-mail
    (615) 309-7087     Addiction recovery programs including 12-step, meals, transitional and permanent supportive housing, jobs assistance; see website for all programs.
Newport     SafeSpace, Inc.     (800) 244-5968     Shelter to battered women & children in Cocke, Jefferson, & Sevier Counties.
Pulaski     New Canaan Ranch Ministry (Pvt. Address) use Nash info.     (931) 363-8705     Men in recovery
Savannah     Rhema Ministries
250 Guinn Street
Savannah, TN 38372     (731) 925-8314     Hardin County Emerg. Shelter for Men
Somerville     Fayette Cares
13300 N. Main Street
Somerville, TN 38068
Email     (901) 465-3802     Emergency shelter for families in need – transitional housing
Springfield     Greater Faith Community Action Corporation
P.O. Box 215
1001 Goldcrest Dr.
Springfield, TN 37172     (615) 944-7041 or
(615) 384-8682     Shelters, transitional housing, soup kitchen; supportive programs for substance abusers, indigent and homeless
Tullahoma     Shepherd's House Bedford, Coffee, Franklin, Moore, Warren Counties
712 First Avenue
Tullahoma, TN 37388     (931) 393-4818     Temporary shelter, food and clothing, families, men and women
   
 
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Hawaii County, Hawaii Resources For Homeless

 

Hawaii County

Programs Telephone Information
Bridge House, Inc.
P. O. Box 2489
Kailua-Kona, HI 96745
(808) 322-3305 Services offered: Therapeutic Living - a clean and sober environment for people in recovery from substance abuse
Child and Family Service
C/O Hale Ohana
P. O. Box 7022
Hilo, HI 96720
Crisis Hotline: (808) 959-8864 Services Offered: Crisis Shelter for Domestic Violence and Spouse Abuse Victims
East Hawaii Coalition for the Homeless
115 Kapiolani Street
Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 961-2559 Services offered: Emergency and Transitional Shelter, Clothing, Food, Case Management, Life Skills
Kawaihae Transitional House
P. O. Box 1976
Kamuela, HI 96743
(808) 882-7609 Services offered: Transitional Housing for Families with Children
Mental Health Kokua (East Hawaii Residential) - Hale Lehua
140 Wainaku Avenue
Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 961-2054 Services Offered: Transitional Housing, Supportive Housing
Mental Health Kokua (East Hawaii Residential) - Hilo Hale
140 Wainaku Avenue
Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 935-7167 Services Offered: Transitional Housing, Supportive Housing
Mental Health Kokua (West Hawaii Residential) - SURF (Stabilizing Urgent Residential Facility)
75-5750 Alanoe Place
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
(808) 331-1468

Services Offered: For clients with severe mental illness  and Transitional Housing

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South Carolina Resources For Rental Assistance

Subsidized Apartments - HUD helps apartment owners offer reduced rents to low-income tenants.  To apply, contact or visit the management office of each apartment building that interests you.

 -   Search for a subsidized apartment

Public Housing and Housing Choice Vouchers (Section 8)
To apply for either type of help, visit your local Public Housing Agency (PHA).

 -   PHAs in South Carolina
 -   Links to PHA websites

Some PHAs have long waiting lists, so you may want to apply at more than one PHA. Your PHA can also give you a list of locations at which your voucher can be used.

Need advice?
 -   Contact a housing counseling agency

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Other South Carolina Resources
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 -   Local tenant rights, laws and protections
 -   Help with your utility bills
 -   Find units for rent in rural South Carolina
 -   Independent living centers - for seniors and people with disabilities
 -   South Carolina State Housing Finance and Development Authority - resources for assisted rental housing
 -   Search for Federal Tax Credit rental housing
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Mississippi Agencies Providing Emergency Rental Assistance

Back Bay Mission
1012 Division Street
P.O. Box 509
Biloxi, MS 39533-0509
Phone: (228) 432-0301
Email
Provides mortgage, rent, utility relief, medications, transportation assistance and other miscellaneous items.

Madison County Allied Against Poverty (MadCAAP)
P.O. Box 217
3141 S. Liberty Street
Canton, MS 39046
Phone: (601) 407-1404 or (601) 421-6729
Emergency Assistance Program provides help to clients with food, utilities,rent and prescription medications.

Good Samaritan Center
114 Millsaps Avenue,
Jackson, MS 39202
Phone: (601) 355-6276
Email
Focuses on families in crisis who are experiencing an unexpected (yet verifiable) emergency beyond the client's control.

Multi-County Community Service Agency
2900 St. Paul Street
P.O. Box 905
Meridian, MS 39301
Phone: (601) 483-4838 or 1-800-898-0659
Email
Assists in solving real-life problems by enabling families to attain self-sufficiency by addressing problems in the areas of employment, education, health, housing, nutrition, and income management; serves a broad segment of the MCCSA target population ranging from adolescents to the elderly

MS State Dept. of Health - Division of STD/HIV
570 E. Woodrow Wilson
PO Box 1700
Osbourne Building, Room 350
Jackson, MS 39215-1700
Phone: (601) 576-7723
HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS), provides rental assistance, Information and resources

City of Natchez
Catholic Charities
PO Box 1185
Natchez, MS 39121
Phone: (601) 442-0142
Provides emergency rental assistance through Catholic Charities.

Salvation Army, Social Services Office
110 Presto Ln.
Jackson, MS 39206
Phone: (601) 982-4881
Assist in meeting the immediate presenting need of the individuals who come for help.

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Lehigh County, Pennsylvania Homeless Shelters And Emergency Housing Assistance

Homeless Assistance Program provides assistance to homeless or near homeless individuals and families. Rental assistance, housing case management and bridge housing is available to individuals and families who are qualified. The agencies that provide Housing Case Management are:

Catholic Charities
530 Union Blvd.
Allentown, PA 18109
(610) 435-1541

Hispanic American Organization
136 South 4th Street
Allentown, PA 18102
(610) 435-5334

Pathways
Allentown, PA 18102
(610) 439-8653

Homeless Supportive Services Project - Lehigh County Conference of Churches
provides intensive case management services for disabled people who are chronically homeless. This program links homeless individuals with housing, job training, physical and behavioral healthcare, income assistance, food and nutrition, and socialization opportunities. The phone number is 484-664-7320 and their office is located at 544 Hamilton St., Allentown, PA.
 
Emergency Shelter Assistance Program
Emergency Shelter Assistance Program for homeless or near homeless people currently receiving welfare benefits:
  • Under the age of 21 or have a child living with you who is under the age of age of 21?
  • Receive any amount of cash assistance from the Department of Public Welfare?

If the answer to both of these questions is "yes," you should call or visit the Lehigh County Assistance Office and apply for Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA).

Lehigh County Assistance Office (DPW)
101 S. 7th St.
Allentown, PA 18101
610-821-6509

If you do not receive welfare benefits but think you may be eligible you may apply online at Compass.
 
Mental Health Housing Assistance
Mental Health Housing Assistance: County residents who receive ongoing mental health treatment, are homeless, and have income may be eligible for financial assistance to secure housing. Please call 610-782-3200 for additional information.
 

Homeless Supportive Services - Lehigh County Conference of Churches-
Provides intensive case management services for disabled people who are chronically homeless. This program links homeless individuals with housing, job training, physical and behavioral healthcare, income assistance, food and nutrition, and socialization opportunities. Phone: 484-664-7320, Address 113 N 9th St. Allentown PA. 

Local Housing Authorities 

Allentown Housing Authority
1339 Allen Street
Allentown, PA 18102-1291
610-439-8678

Easton Housing Authority
221 South 4th Street
Easton, PA 18042-0876
Mailing Address:
PO Box 876
Easton, PA 18044-0876
610-258-0806

Bethlehem Housing Authority
645 Main Street, 4th Floor
Bethlehem, PA 18108-8300
610-865-8300

Lehigh County Housing Authority
333 Ridge Street
Emmaus, PA 18049
610-433-2312

Northampton County Housing
15 S. Wood Street
Nazareth, PA 18064-0252
610-759-8488

Valley Housing Development Corporation
Offering Supportive Housing Program and has apartments in both Lehigh and Northampton Counties with moderate rents.

  • Bethlehem: 610-866-0124
  • Whitehall: 610-231-3481
  • Northampton: 610-262-1154
 

Lehigh Valley Shelters

Allentown Rescue Mission
355 W. Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18105
610-740-5500
For men

Safe Harbor
536 Bushkill Drive
Easton, PA 18042
610-258-5540
For Single Men and Single Women

Victory House of Lehigh Valley
314 Filmore Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
610-691-3373
For men

New Bethany Ministries
337 Wyandotte Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
610-691-5602

Transitional shelter for families ROOFOVER
902 Philadelphia Road
Easton, PA 18042
610-253-4253
Families

Sixth Street Shelter
219 N. 6th Street
Allentown, PA 18102
610-435-1490
Families

Beall & Linny Fowler Hospitality House - Salvation Army
344 N. 7th St
Allentown, PA 18102
610-432-0128
For women and children

Third Street Alliance
41 N. 3rd Street
Easton, PA 18042
610-258-6271
For women and children

Turning Point
PO Box 1705
Allentown, PA 18105
610-868-5454
Hotline 610-437-3369
Adults and Children who are victims of domestic violence. 

Valley Youth House
539 8th Avenue
Bethlehem, PA 18018
610-691-1200
For children 12-17

American Red Cross of the Greater Lehigh Valley - Shelter Space availability

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Florida Resources For Homeless Assistance

Search for Services
 -   Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-housing (HPRP) assistance | local contacts
 -   Continuum of Care contacts
 -   Help hotlines
 -   Domestic violence assistance - (800) 500-1119
 -   Shelter
 -   Homeless services locator
 -   Homeless Services Network of Central Florida Shelter Directory
Are you at risk of losing your home?
 -   Contact a housing counselor
 -   Avoid foreclosure
 -   Help with your utility bills
 -   Emergency financial assistance for housing
 -   Protection for renters affected by foreclosure

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Other Florida Resources
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 -   Access Florida  - food stamps, cash assistance, low or no cost health care, Medicaid
 -   Food banks
 -   Homeless service groups
 -   Homeless veterans
 -   Jobs and job training
 -   Legal assistance
 -   Social Security offices
 -   Unemployment compensation
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Montana Help With Finding Shelters And Emergency Housing

Organization Address Phone
Anaconda Housing Authority 10 Main
Anaconda MT 59711
(406) 563-2921
Anaconda Family Enrichment Counsel Save Space
Anaconda MT 59711
(406) 563-7972
Billings HRDC 7 No 31st St
Billings MT 59101
(406) 247-4710
The Women & Family Shelter 2520 1st Ave No
Billings MT 59101
(406) 259-3105
Montana Rescue Mission 2822 Minnesota Ave
Billings MT 59101
(406) 259-3800
United Way 2920 2nd Ave No
Billings MT 59101
(406) 252-3839
Battered Woman's Shelter 109 E Main
Bozeman MT 59715

(406) 586-0263

hotline:
(406) 586-4111 or
toll free (800) 834-8296

District VIIII HRDC 321 East Main
Bozeman MT 59715
(406) 587-4486
Family Promise of Gallatin Valley 209 S Tracy Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 582-7388
Human Resource Council P.O. Box 3486
Butte MT 59701
(406) 496-4975
Butte Rescue Mission 1204 E Second
Butte MT 59701
(406) 782-0925
District XII HRDC 304 North Main
Butte MT 59701
(406) 782-8250
Action for Eastern Montana 111 West Bell
Glendive MT 59330
(406) 377-3564
Opportunities, Inc. 905 1st Ave No
Great Falls MT 59403
(406) 761-0310
Great Falls Rescue Mission 326 2nd Ave So
Great Falls MT 59405
(406) 761-2653
YWCA Mercy Home 220 2nd No
Great Falls MT 59401
(406) 452-1315
YWCA Mercy Home-
Crisis Line
220 2nd No
Great Falls MT 59401
(406) 453-1018
Golden Triangle Comm Mental Health Center Holiday Village Mall
Great Falls MT 59403
(406) 761-2104
Salvation Army 616 1st Ave NW
Great Falls MT 59401
(406) 761-5660
District 11 HRDC 316 N 3rd
Hamilton MT 59840
(406) 363-6101
District 4 HRDC 111 W 11th
Havre MT 59501
(406) 265-6743
Salvation Army 605 2nd
Havre MT 59501
(406) 265-6411
Salvation Army(Food Bank) Havre MT (406) 265-2007
Community Give Away House 1058 2nd No
Havre MT 59501
(406) 265-7741
Rocky Mtn Development Council Neighborhood Center
Helena MT 59601
(406) 447-1680
Friendship Center of Helena 1503 Gallatin
Helena MT 59601
(406) 442-6800
God's Love 533 No Main
Helena MT 59601
(406) 442-7000
Margaret Stuart Shelter 200 Miller
Helena MT 59601
(406) 443-2145
Northwest Human Resources 214 Main St
Kalispell MT 59901
(406) 752-6565
Samaritan House PO Box 592
Kalispell MT 59901
(406) 257-5801
United Way PO Box 7217
Kalispell MT 59904
(406) 452-7266
District XI HRDC 617 So Higgins
Missoula MT 59801
(406) 728-3710
Poverello Center 535 Ryman Street
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 728-1809
Matthews House Sidney MT 59270 (406) 482-1292
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Tennessee Homeless Resources And Information

Search for Services
 -   Continuum of Care Contacts
 -   Help hotlines - dial 2-1-1 for up-to-date services
 -   Domestic violence assistance - (800) 356-6767 or (800) 799-7233
 -   Shelter
 -   GettingToWork
Are you at risk of losing your home?
 -   Contact a housing counselor
 -   Avoid foreclosure
 -   Help with your utility bills

 

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Other Tennessee Resources
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 -   Where to Find Help in Nashville - for meals and general homeless services
Online version 
 -   Dial 2-1-1 for Help in Tennessee  - 24-hour telephone information and referral service
 -   Tennessee HELP  - Organizations that can help your family
 -   Jobs and job training
 -   Social Security offices
 -   Legal assistance
 -   Skills training and counseling
 -   Homeless service groups
 -   Homeless veterans
 -   Offender Re-Entry - Transitional housing
 -   United Way
 -   Meals food and clothing
 -   Free or low-cost healthcare
 -   Health facilities and emergency medical services
 -   Find help from non-profits in Blount County
 -   Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
 -   Tennessee Disability Pathfinder - current info about community services around the state for persons with disabilities, family members and service providers
 -   Housing within Reach  - assists mentally ill Tennesseans find permanent housing
 -   SafeLink Wireless
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New Hampshire Homeless Resources And Information

Search for Services
 -   Help hotlines
 -   Shelter

Are you at risk of losing your home?
 -   Contact a housing counselor
 -   Emergency rental help
 -   Avoid foreclosure
 -   Help with your utility bills

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Other New Hampshire Resources
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 -   New Hampshire 2-1-1
 -   New Hampshire Legal Aid
 -   New Hampshire Legal Assistance
 -   Food banks
 -   Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
 -   Homeless service groups
 -   Social Security offices
 -   Homeless veterans
 -   United Way
 -   Jobs and job training
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Alabama Homeless Service Organizations

Need help? We've listed some local resources that can provide assistance.

Alabama has eight continuums of care organizations that coordinate services for the homeless regionally. If you are homeless and need help, or if you would like to help others, these organizations may put you in touch with those who provide direct services.

City names that are underlined are linked to a crisis line serving that area.

Homeless Service Organizations - Alabama

Bessemer, Birmingham, Hoover/Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair Counties

One Roof (formerly MBSH)
Mr. Stefan Kertesz, Board Chairman
Ms. Michelle Farley, Executive Director
1704 5th Ave., North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Phone (205) 254-8833
Fax: (205) 951-9055
Email

Florence/Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, Marion, Winston and Lawrence Counties

Homeless Care Council of Northwest Alabama
John Corbin, Chairman
PO Box 98
Florence, AL 35631
Phone (256) 383-5610 Ext. 228
Fax (256) 760-6344
Email

Huntsville, Decatur/Madison, Limestone and Morgan Counties

North Alabama Coalition for the Homeless
Mr. Ollie Orton, President
Ms. Lineise Arnold, Executive director
PO Box 2991
Huntsville, AL 35804
Phone (256) 551-1610 Ext. 223
Fax (256) 551-0722
Email

Montgomery/Montgomery, Elmore, Lowndes and Bullock Counties

Mid-Alabama Coalition for the Homeless (MACH)
Ms. Stephanie Paul, President
Ms. Molly Stone, Executive Director
PO Box 242201
Montgomery, AL 36124-2201
Phone (334) 261-6182
Fax (334) 265-3391
Email

Mobile/Mobile and Baldwin Counties

Housing First, Inc.
Mr. Larry Moons, Board President
Mr. Dan Williams, Executive Director
2900 Old Shell Road
Mobile, AL 36607
Phone (251) 450-3345
Fax (251) 450-3348
Email

Tuscaloosa/Tuscaloosa County

Tuscaloosa Continuum of Care Group
C.H.A.L.E.N.G. of Tuscaloosa
Ms. LaShonda Hayes, President
West Alabama Outreach, Inc.
PO Box 2947, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403
Phone (205) 759-8470
Fax (205) 366-9001
Email

Anniston, Gadsden/Calhoun and Etowah Counties

Homeless Coalition of Northeast Alabama (HCNEA)
Ms. Tara Breiner, Chairman
Ms. Becky Henson, Co-Chairman
The Salvation Army
PO Box 218
Anniston, AL 36202
Phone (256) 236-5643
Email

Balance of the State of Alabama

Alabama Rural Coalition for the Homeless
Ms. Lillian Zaworski, President
ARCH
PO Box 451
Montgomery, AL 36101
Phone (334) 387-1208
Fax (334) 842-4803
Email

Russell County (AL) and Muscogee County (GA)

Metropolitan Columbus Task Force for the Homeless, Inc.
Ms. Elizabeth Dillard, Executive Director
PO Box 811
Columbus, GA 31902
Phone (706) 571-3399
Fax (706) 571-0707

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Maryland Homeless Assistance Information

Search for Services
 -   Maryland Local Departments of Social Service  - this site provides a locater and descriptions of Maryland's shelter, food pantry and other low- income assistance programs
 -   Help hotlines
 -   City of Baltimore Homeless Services

Are you at risk of losing your home?
 -   Contact a housing counselor
 -   Avoid foreclosure
 -   Help with your utility bills

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Other Maryland Resources
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 -   Food banks
 -   Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
 -   Homeless service groups
 -   Legal assistance
 -   Social Security offices
 -   Homeless veterans
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HUD Information On Homeless Assistance Programs

Introduction

HUD's Homeless Assistance Web Page is available to help you learn more about HUD's homeless assistance programs, and to keep you informed about available funding. HUD's homeless assistance programs are broken down into two main categories, formula (non-competitive), and competitive. Competitive programs are under the umbrella of Continuum of Care.

Competitive Programs

The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act programs administered by HUD that award funds competitively require the development of a "Continuum of Care" system in the community where assistance is being sought. A continuum of care system is designed to address the critical problem of homelessness through a coordinated community-based process of identifying needs and building a system to address those needs. The approach is predicated on the understanding that homelessness is not caused merely by a lack of shelter, but involves a variety of underlying, unmet needs - physical, economic, and social. Funds are granted based on the competition following the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA). Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs include:

  • Supportive Housing Program
    Provides housing, including housing units and group quarters, that has a supportive environment and includes a planned service component.
  • Shelter Plus Care Program
    Provides grants for rental assistance for homeless persons with disabilities through four component programs: Tenant, Sponsor, Project, and Single Room Occupancy Rental Assistance.
  • Single Room Occupancy Program
    Provides rental assistance on behalf of homeless individuals in connection with moderate rehabilitation of SRO dwellings.

Formula Program (Non-Competitive)

Formula grants are awarded on the basis of the Consolidated Plan that states and local jurisdictions may fill out.
 

  • Emergency Shelter Grant Program
    A federal grant program designed to help improve the quality of existing emergency shelters for the homeless, to make available additional shelters, to meet the costs of operating shelters, to provide essential social services to homeless individuals, and to help prevent homelessness.

Other

  • Title V program
    HUD collects and publishes information about surplus federal property that can be used to help homeless persons. Eligible grantees include states, local governments, and nonprofit organizations.
  • Base Realignment and Closure
    The congressionally authorized process the US Department of Defense has previously used to reorganize its base structure to more efficiently and effectively support our military forces, increase operational readiness and facilitate new ways of doing business.

If you would like to locate the HUD office closest to you, please select your Local HUD Office which will connect you with the Web Page of each Field Office. The Annual Progress Report is available now in a Word format.

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Montana Emergency Housing And Homeless Shelters

Organization Address Phone
Anaconda Housing Authority 10 Main
Anaconda MT 59711
(406) 563-2921
Anaconda Family Enrichment Counsel Save Space
Anaconda MT 59711
(406) 563-7972
Billings HRDC 7 No 31st St
Billings MT 59101
(406) 247-4710
The Women & Family Shelter 2520 1st Ave No
Billings MT 59101
(406) 259-3105
Montana Rescue Mission 2822 Minnesota Ave
Billings MT 59101
(406) 259-3800
United Way 2920 2nd Ave No
Billings MT 59101
(406) 252-3839
Battered Woman's Shelter 109 E Main
Bozeman MT 59715

(406) 586-0263

hotline:
(406) 586-4111 or
toll free (800) 834-8296

District VIIII HRDC 321 East Main
Bozeman MT 59715
(406) 587-4486
Family Promise of Gallatin Valley 209 S Tracy Ave
Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 582-7388
Human Resource Council P.O. Box 3486
Butte MT 59701
(406) 496-4975
Butte Rescue Mission 1204 E Second
Butte MT 59701
(406) 782-0925
District XII HRDC 304 North Main
Butte MT 59701
(406) 782-8250
Action for Eastern Montana 111 West Bell
Glendive MT 59330
(406) 377-3564
Opportunities, Inc. 905 1st Ave No
Great Falls MT 59403
(406) 761-0310
Great Falls Rescue Mission 326 2nd Ave So
Great Falls MT 59405
(406) 761-2653
YWCA Mercy Home 220 2nd No
Great Falls MT 59401
(406) 452-1315
YWCA Mercy Home-
Crisis Line
220 2nd No
Great Falls MT 59401
(406) 453-1018
Golden Triangle Comm Mental Health Center Holiday Village Mall
Great Falls MT 59403
(406) 761-2104
Salvation Army 616 1st Ave NW
Great Falls MT 59401
(406) 761-5660
District 11 HRDC 316 N 3rd
Hamilton MT 59840
(406) 363-6101
District 4 HRDC 111 W 11th
Havre MT 59501
(406) 265-6743
Salvation Army 605 2nd
Havre MT 59501
(406) 265-6411
Salvation Army(Food Bank) Havre MT (406) 265-2007
Community Give Away House 1058 2nd No
Havre MT 59501
(406) 265-7741
Rocky Mtn Development Council Neighborhood Center
Helena MT 59601
(406) 447-1680
Friendship Center of Helena 1503 Gallatin
Helena MT 59601
(406) 442-6800
God's Love 533 No Main
Helena MT 59601
(406) 442-7000
Margaret Stuart Shelter 200 Miller
Helena MT 59601
(406) 443-2145
Northwest Human Resources 214 Main St
Kalispell MT 59901
(406) 752-6565
Samaritan House PO Box 592
Kalispell MT 59901
(406) 257-5801
United Way PO Box 7217
Kalispell MT 59904
(406) 452-7266
District XI HRDC 617 So Higgins
Missoula MT 59801
(406) 728-3710
Poverello Center 535 Ryman Street
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 728-1809
Matthews House Sidney MT 59270 (406) 482-1292
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Massachusetts Emergency Housing Assistance Programs

 


Emergency Assistance Program
♦ Information: 1-877-418-3308 (DHCD)
♦ Applications: Speak to a DHCD homeless coordinator at your local DTA office
♦ DTA offices that accept EA applications: EA Office Locations

For more information, click on the questions below:

What is Emergency Assistance?

Emergency Assistance (EA) is a government program that helps low-income families with dependent children, or pregnant women, who are homeless.

Am I eligible?

To be eligible for Emergency Assistance, you must be a low-income family with dependent children under 21 years of age, or a pregnant woman with or without children. Your family's income and assets must be within the limits for the program. You must be homeless, with nowhere else to live. Also, you must be a U.S citizen or eligible noncitizen.

Eligibility Check

The Emergency Assistance Eligibility Check is an easy way for you to find out if you are likely to qualify for EA benefits, by answering questions online about your family, your living situation, your assets, and your income. You will see the results of the eligibility check right away, on your computer screen.

What benefits will I get?

Emergency Assistance offers temporary emergency shelter to homeless families, and helps homeless families find permanent public or subsidized housing.

How do I apply?

To apply for Emergency Assistance, you should speak to a DHCD homeless coordinator, who will help you with your application. DHCD homeless coordinators are located at most Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) offices, or you can call the DHCD at 1-877-418-3308. You will need proof of identity, income, assets, and expenses.

What happens once I am approved?

If you qualify, you will get help from Emergency Assistance within 7 days of your application. You must cooperate with the housing assistance program and do what they suggest to find safe, permanent housing for your family. If you are placed in a temporary emergency shelter, you must follow the rules of the shelter.

Useful links

Links to other web sites with information about the Emergency Assistance program.

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