National Resource Directory

Homeless Assistance Resources in Alabama

Below are all resources found for the state of Alabama.

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Metro Health Clinic

Provides urgent, acute and primary health care services as a participant in the federal "Health Care for the Homeless" program. Part of Birmingham Health Care, Inc.

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans Locations

Find organizations that offer programs and services for homeless Veterans in your area. Provided by the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans.

National Low Income Housing Coalition - Alabama

Find information on low-income housing and homeless resources in Alabama.

North Birmingham Health Clinic

Provides urgent, acute and primary health care services as a participant in the federal "Health Care for the Homeless" program. Part of Birmingham Health Care, Inc.

Stepping Stones Place

Find information for homeless persons in Tuskegee, Alabama.

Summary of VA Programs & Services - Alabama This is a government resource
Describes the full range of VA programs, benefits and services available to Veterans and their families in this state.
Three Hots & A Cot

Provides services for homeless Veterans and Veterans in danger of becoming homeless, including lodging, meals, access to medical and dental care, counseling, and job placement, while helping them transition into housing.

Tuscaloosa Continuum of Care Group (CHALENG)

Find information and services for homeless persons.

VA Domiciliaries - Alabama This is a government resource

Provides a specialized VA residential program for homeless Veterans. Includes mental health treatment, vocational assessment, counseling and employment leads. Locations: Tuskegee and Tuscaloosa.

VA Guidebook for Incarcerated Veterans - Alabama This is a government resource
Helps previously incarcerated Veterans avoid homelessness by providing state-specific resources on housing, health care, treatment, and community re-adjustment. Developed in partnership with the National Coalition of Homeless Veterans.

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