(Free or Low-Cost)

Training & Treatment Innovations / Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program
1225 E. Big Beaver Road
Troy, MI  48083
Phone:  866-787-6734
Website:  www.trainingtti.org
Military veterans who are homeless or are in danger of becoming homeless can receive assistance
in securing and maintaining housing.  With a grant from the V.A., Supportive Services for Veteran Families (S.S.V.F) provides short-term case management and financial assistance. Any type of discharge is eligible other than a dishonorable discharge.  This agency covers the following
Counties: Genessee, Jackson, Lapeer, Macomb, Oakland and Saginaw.
Community Action Agency
1214 Greenwood
Jackson, MI  49203
Phone: 517-784-4800
Website:  www.caajih.org
This agency offers  this program for Jackson County. 
Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency--Central Office     
196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave.
PO Box 430598
Pontiac, MI  48343
Phone: 248-209-2600
Website: www.olhsa.org
This agency offers this program in Oakland and Livingston Counties.

Veterans Haven
4924 S. Wayne Rd.
Wayne, MI  48184
Information:  734-728-0527
Email:  VetsHaven@earthlink.net
Website:  www.vetshaveninfo.org

Veterans Community Resource & Referral Center
Piquette Square Apartments
285 Piquette
Detroit, MI
Website:  www.va.gov/homeless
A new Detroit program for homeless veterans. The Center will be open seven days a week
and will offer substance abuse treatment, housing placements, transportation, showers,
a computer lab, clothing and food.

Vets Returning Home      
17955 E. Eleven Mile
Roseville,  MI  48066     (at Gratiot & I-696)
Phone:  586-285-5606
Email:  info@vetsreturninghome.org
Website: http://vetsreturninghome.org
Vets Returning Home provides housing for up to 43 vets who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Other services offered are meals, job placement, substance abuse counseling,
case management, medical screening, VA benefits guidance, legal help, academic opportunities,
life skills, and entertainment.

See below in the listed counties for more veteran housing resources!


Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit
15000 W. Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, MI  48237
Phone:  248-661-0123
Website:  http://www.jslmi.org
Will provide a haven for Senior Citizens who are victims of domestic abuse, neglected
by caregivers or who are financially exploited by family members.  There is a collection
of studio or one-bedroom apartments where Jewish Senior Life focuses on improving
the quality of life for Michigan Seniors.  To report suspected elder abuse in Michigan,
call the state's 24 hour hotline at 855-444-3911. 


Emergency Homeless Shelter Directory  (State site)
Website: www.michigan.gov/helpinghand

Wayne County Shelter Referrals                                                            
Call   2-1-1  (United Way)                              

65 Cadillac Square, 30th Floor, Suite 3000
Detroit,  MI  48226
Phone: 313-962-6740
Email:  info@travelersaiddetroit.org
Website:  www.travelersaiddetroit.org
Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) is funded by H.U.D.  The focus and aim of this grant
is to bring the family to a level of self-sufficiency and prevention of homelessness.
The goal is to provide assistance that will enable the family to acquire independence
by alleviating crisis.
Wayne Homeless Network Project 1 (Out-Wayne County)               See Wayne-Metro listing below!
Phone: 734-284-6999
is a collaboration between Travelers Aid Society of Metro Detroit, Wayne Metropolitan CAA,
The Salvation Army, ACCESS and various other human service agencies in the outlying county communities.  Out-Wayne County services homeless and at-risk individuals and families throughout Wayne County.  Case Mangers will assist with referrals for housing placement, transitional housing,
motel vouchers and household needs.  Case Managers will also provide comprehensive case management for six months to one year.  The program is funded by the Federal Department of 
Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
SHOP I, II, & III are designed to provide transitional living with the necessary appropriate supportive services for single men and women ages 25 to 65, who are recovering substance abusers and are
exiting drug treatment programs.  Emphasis is placed on reintegrating them into society with the
proper tools and skills.  In 18 months, it is expected that individuals will have moved on to permanent housing and successful jobs.  SHOP I is a transitional housing program, SHOP II is also a transitional living program and is comprised of both scattered housing and a 17-unit apartment building. 
SHOP III is a supportive service program only. 
PROJECT INFINITY is a federally-funded HUD program, which seeks to address the negative impact
of drugs and alcohol and to provide families with the necessary tools to maintain housing and/or
become homeowners.  Families in this program will be assisted in saving money, developing budgets,
and learning how to manage a home.  By the time the program is completed, it is expected that they
will either own their homes or have moved to other stable living environments. 
PROJECT BEIT (Be In Target) is federally-funded by HUD.  This program seeks to address the negative impact of drugs and alcohol.  BEIT is a case management and supportive housing program, which services both families and singles.  Persons are referred from substance abuse treatment centers and/or other human service organizations.  BEIT also works in collaboration with Travelers Aid Training and Employment (T.A.T.E.), our internal job and educational training service.  The T.A.T.E. program provides assessments, interpersonal skills, employability skills and computer training for those participants interested in job readiness skills and employment placement.  One-third of the people in BEIT  are individuals who are dually-diagnosed.  We place persons in government-subsidized housing where there is an array of services addressing the scars left from abusive drugs.  The individuals must remain drug-free for services to continue. BEIT is a Jewish term which means house.

Wayne-Metro Community Action Agency
Corporate Office
7310 Woodward Avenue, Suite 800  
Detroit, MI  48202
2121 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, MI  48192
Phone:  734-284-6999
Website:  www.waynemetro.org
Lead agency in the Out-Wayne County Homeless Services Coalition employs
a Youth Education Specialist who can provide support, training's, and technical
assistance free of charge to teachers and school administrators.  In addition,
the Youth Education Specialist works with children and families to ensure that
they receive the most appropriate educational and housing-related support. 
Support services include:  help with identifying homeless/marginally housed
children, technical assistance, transportation coordination, help with budget
guidelines and appropriate usage of funds, linkages to resources and networking
with local, community-based homeless, and social service agencies.
Project HOPE
This program is designed to assist chronically homeless individuals gain access
to Social Security benefits and may expedite the SSA process for those eligible
for Project HOPE services.  A Project HOPE case manager works with multiple
agencies to provide outreach, supportive services, transportation, shelter and
housing to Project HOPE participants.

Refuge International, Inc.         
Detroit, MI
Phone:  248-430-6697
Email:  Refugeinc@aol.com
Website: www.RefugeGlobalServices.org
Provides low-income housing and shelters throughout metro Detroit. Our services focus
on the immediate housing needs of Veterans, seniors, HIV victims, and mentally-challenged.

Wayne County Family Center
30600 Michigan Avenue 
Westland, MI  48186   
Phone:  734-721-0590     Open for telephone intake 24/7.
Website:  www.lssm.org
Operates an emergency shelter for homeless families that are not required to leave during the day. 

Metropolitan YWCA-Interim House
PO Box 21904
Detroit,  MI  48221
Phone:  313-861-5300
Website:  www.ywcadetroit.org
Women & Child shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Community Care Services
Administrative Office:
26184 West Outer Drive
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone: 313-389-7500
Email: info@comcareserv.org
Website: www.comcareserv.org
Ask for the Homeless Resource Team.

Black Family Development
Family Preservation and Support
2995 E. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone:  313-758-0150
Website:  www.blackfamilydevelopment.org
Open referral process for City of Detroit residents only.

FAITH Recovery Center
2235 Moore Road
Lincoln Park,  MI  48146
Phone: 313-383-9042
Website:  www.FaithRecoveryCenter.com
Men and women committed to a substance-free recovery
live in an apartment with 2 to 3 other menor women, following
rules regarding upkeep, curfew and program participation. 
Individualized plans for recovery, healthcare facilitation for
residents, social/recreational/physical activities, access to
AA and NA 12-step groups (participation is required), voluntary
Bible Study groups, meetings with a licensed therapist, didactic
teaching and relapse prevention classes. 

ChristNet Rotating Shelter       
Business Office:
24356 Eureka 
Taylor,  MI  48180   
Taylor Church of the Nazerene
24356 Eureka Road
Taylor, MI  48180
ChristNet is located temporarily in the lower level of the church. 
Guests please use the rear east side door! 
Phone:   734-284-6999  (Wayne Metro)  Monday-Friday  9 a.m to 5 p.m.
                734-671-1300  After-hours and weekends
Website: www.christ-net.org
A partnership of churches serving the homeless, operating generally
Oct.-June 7th. 
ChristNet also offers a year-round Daytime Program Monday-Saturday,
between the hours of 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.  We serve people who are not
only homeless, but also people who are marginally housed.
Services offered at Christnet Daytime Program:
A light Breakfast / Lunch at 11:30 a.m.
The use of a phone / The use of an address to receive mail
Resume Writing
Personal toiletries available
A place to clean up
Clothing closet for our guests to shop at no charge
Computers that are Internet-accessible so guests may job search,
apply for jobs, look for housing, etc.  Case Manager will speak to
our guests to see what their needs are and make the appropriate
referrals to agencies that may be able to help them with their needs.

Coalition on Temporary Shelter  (COTS)                                                     
26 Peterboro
Detroit, MI  48201         
Information:  313-831-3777            
Website: www.cotsdetroit.org        
Operates a 140 bed facility for emergency housing for men, women
and children.  Provides transitional housing for up to 90 people and
200 permanent low-income housing units. COTS opened a new
certified infant daycare operating in the facility near the Cass Corridor
in Detroit, called "Bright Beginnings".  The child care center will care
for children ages 4 months to 2 1/2 years old in the homeless shelter
or who have used the shelter within the past year.                                                                                                 

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries  
Administration Office:
150 Stimson Street
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-993-4700
3535 Third Street  (Men ONLY)
Detroit, MI   48201 
Phone: 313-993-6703                                   
Serves meals daily.
Website:  http://www.drmm.org
Detroit Rescue Mission Genesis II
2915 Webb St.  
Detroit, MI  48206  
Phone:  313-883-5614
Detroit Rescue Mission Genesis III
3840 Fairview St. 
Detroit, MI  48214  
Phone:  313-993-6703
Provides emergency accommodations for up to 77
men at a west-side Detroit home and for approximately
40 women and children at a facility on the east side. 
No one is turned away.
Operation Rebound
1950 Martin 
Westland, MI  48186 
Phone:  734-595-0411 ext. 109        M-F  9 to 5 p.m.
Provides safe, temporary shelter for youth,16 to 20 years old, whom are homeless, or at risk
of becoming homeless, while providing counseling services, life skill training, and guidance
for transitioning into independence.  Offers housing assistance for permanent living situations
or short-term assistance for room and board is available.  Clients have access to educational
assessment and placement, as well as aftercare services for clients that are completing the
program.  Staff are on call 24 hours a day for client emergencies. 
Transportation is available based on client need and staff's ability to assist. 
Bus tickets are available.

Lincoln Behavioral Services
9315 Telegraph Road  
Redford, MI  48239  
Phone:  313-450-4500
Website: www.LBSCares.com
Provides assistance for mentally ill homeless persons in Western Wayne County.

Alternatives for Girls                     
903 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone:  313-361-4000  OR  Crisis Line:  888-AFG-3919
Website:  www.alternativesforgirls.org
Helps homeless and high-risk girls and young women avoid violence, teen pregnancy
and exploitation, and helps them to explore and access the support, resources, and
opportunities necessary to be safe, to grow strong, and to make positive choices in
their lives.  Also has a Shelter Program that provides a stable home, counseling and
life skills to homeless young women aged 15-21 and their children.

Neighborhood Service Organization  (NSO) 
3430 Third Avenue
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone:  313-963-7829   24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Website: www.nso-mi.org             Men and women only....no children
Tumaini Center
3430 Third Avenue
Detroit , MI
Phone: 313-832-3100
The NSO Tumaini Center assists the homeless in accessing services
such as substance abuse and mental health treatment as well as services
from other social service agencies.

United Community Housing Coalition     
220 Bagley #224
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-963-3310
Email:  uchc123@sbcglobal.net
Website:  www.uchcdetroit.org
Program has recently changed.  Will help with overdue rent and landlord/tenant issues.
Call on Mondays and Fridays between 9 a.m. and noon only!

First Step
2650 Eureka Road, Suite E  
Taylor, MI  48180    24 hour hotline:  734-459-5900
Phone:  734-955-3850                                                                 
44567 Pinetree Drive 
Plymouth, MI  48170 
Phone:  734-416-1111
2750 Westfield  
Redford, MI  48239
Website:  www.firststep-mi.org
Information and referral, childcare and transportation, temporary emergency shelter,
violence & rape prevention. No one is denied, due to inability to pay.

Starfish Family Services
Administrative Office:
3000 Hively Road
Inkster, MI  48141
Phone: 734-728-3400
Website:  www.starfishonline.org
Provides emergency shelter for children 10-17 who have run away
or who are experiencing abuse, neglect or a crisis.  Maximum length
Does NOT accept youth under the the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Inkster Youth Assistance Program
Phone:  313-563-5005  OR  1-800-HELP (4357)
Helps at-risk youth stay out of the juvenile justice system through activities
and group support, as well as ongoing help from a case manager. 
Supervised Independent Living
Phone:  734-261-1842
Provide vital skills training for foster youth in transition. It is the goal
of SIL that all youth upon completion of the program are able to live
and function independently within the community.
Transitional Living Program
Offers youth and young adults safe, stable, long-term living accommodations
and an array of support to successfully transition to adulthood and independent living.

Michigan Ability Partners
16136 Eureka 
Southgate, MI  48195   
Phone:  734-246-5600
3810 Packard 
Ann Arbor, MI  48108   
Phone:  734-975-6880
Email: info@mapagency.org
Website: www.mapagency.org

Matrix Human Services
Administration Offices:  
120 Parsons Street  
Detroit, MI  48201   
Phone:  313-873-0678 OR  734-831-1000.
Email: inquiries@matrixhumanservices.org
Website: www.matrixhumanservices.org  
Detroit's ONLY voluntary, community-based, 24/7 shelter for HIV+ men AND
adolescent males & females ages 12-17 AND for women with children.

Neighborhood Legal Services MI      (formerly Wayne County Neighborhood Legal Services)
455 W. Fort Street   Suite 214       Also see "Disabled Resources" page!
Detroit , MI  48226
Phone: 313-964-1975
Website: www.nlsmlaw.us  OR  www.freewebs.com/wcnls
Permanent housing solutions for homeless adults and children (including those living
with HIV and AIDS), housing services and life-skills training, advocacy in locating and
obtaining permanent housing, budget & legal & housing counseling, moderate financial
assistance to assist with move-in costs, household furnishings and seasonal utility
advocacy assistance, six months case management or follow-up home visits (contingent
upon program), limited legal services available for housing clients.

Covenant House Michigan
2959 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 
Detroit, MI    48208
Phone:  313-463-2000
Website: www.covenanthousemi.org
Helps homeless and at-risk youths and young adults.

Hope House
14626 Mansfield
Detroit, MI
A new residence for homeless VETS operated by Uniting Faith & Family Outreach in Detroit. 
Up to 8 people can be accommodated at the four-bedroom home.  Must not have a criminal
background and no smoking, alcohol, or drugs will be allowed.

Downtown Homeless Advocacy Services
455 W. Fort Street    Suite #214    
Detroit , MI  48226
Phone: 313-964-1975
Permanent housing solutions for homeless adults and children, housing services and life-skills
training, advocacy in locating and obtaining permanent housing, budget+legal+housing counseling, moderate financial assistance to assist with move-in costs, household furnishings and seasonal
utility advocacy assistance, six-months case management or follow-up visits, limited legal services available for housing clients.

Common Ground Crisis Line
1410 S. Telegraph
Bloomfield Hills,  MI  48302
Phone: 248-451-3730
Phone:  800-231-1127 anytime
Website: www.CommonGroundHelps.org
Services include an emergency sanctuary where up to 9 youths
ages 10-17 can live for up to 3 weeks and receive counseling for
themselves and their families.  Also provides transitional housing
for five people ages 17-22 for up to 2 years.

12th Street Baptist Church  (REACH INC.)
1840 Midland  Detroit MI  48238                Phone: 313-868-2659

Carmelite Care Center 
6136 Pennsylvania  Detroit MI  48213     Phone: 313-925-2273

Cass Homeless Drop-In Center
3627 Cass Avenue   Detroit MI  48201     Phone:  313-831-1118

Cass United Methodist Church
3901 Cass Avenue   Detroit  MI  48201    Phone:  313-833-7730

Central United Methodist Church
23 East Adams   Detroit MI  48226           Phone:  313-965-5422

Chapel Hill Baptist Church  
5000 Joy Road   Detroit MI  48204            Phone: 313-931-6805

Crossroads Social Service
4800 Woodward  
Detroit, MI  48218       
Phone:  313-831-2000
Website:  www.crossroadsofmichigan.org

Day House
2640 Trumbull  Detroit MI  48216              Phone: 313-963-4539

Divine Inspiration Baptist Church
10501 Orangelawn  Detroit MI  48221     Phone:  313-934-3331

Faith Clinic
12260 Camden  Detroit MI  48213            Phone: 313-372-3429

First Presbyterian Church
2930 Woodward  Detroit MI  48201          Phone: 313-833-3211

Genesis House II
2015 Webb Street  Detroit MI  48206       Phone: 313-883-5614

Genesis House III (Eastside)
3840 Fairview   Detroit MI  48214              Phone: 313-331-5645

Haven Community Mission
138 West Columbia Detroit MI  48201     Phone: 313-963-4835

Mariners Inn
445 Ledyard Street  # 201 
Detroit, MI  48201     
Phone: 313-962-9446
Email: info@marinersinn.org
Website:  www.marinersinn.org

Mary Brown    (Women ONLY)
19353 Algonac   
Detroit, MI  48234 

Missionaries of Charity
4835 Lincoln 
Detroit,MI  48201               
Phone: 313-831-102

Mt. Nebo Resource Center
18403  Ryan Road
Detroit, MI  48234    
Phone: 313-893-5848

New Life Rescue Mission
2600 18th Street
Detroit, MI  48216          
Phone: 313-237-0390

New Light Baptist Church  Community Services
5240 West Chicago
Detroit, MI  48204    
Phone: 313-931-1111

Oasis Transitional Housing
Highland Park, MI                
Phone: 313-868-1946

Open Door Rescue Mission
3434 McDougall Street 
Detroit, MI  48207    
Phone: 313-579-1825

Urban Community Housing Coalition
47 East Adams, 2nd floor
Detroit, MI  48226       
Phone: 313-963-3310

Urban League of Detroit
208 Mack Avenue 
Detroit, MI  48201      
Phone: 313-832-4600
Website:  www.detroiturbanleague.org

Warren-Conner Development Coalition
11148 Harper Avenue
Detroit, MI  48213     
Phone: 313-571-2800

T.C. Simmons    (Westside)
10501 Orangelawn  
Detroit MI  48204    
Phone: 313-934-3331
Women & women with children

Lighthouse Home Mission Warming Center
Full Gospel Temple
34033 Palmer   (east of Wayne Road)  
Westland, MI
Phone: 734-326-3885
Center provides overnight accommodations for homeless people through March 31st.

New Day Multipurpose Center and Shelter
511 S. Post  
Detroit,  MI  48209         
Phone: 313-842-2420

Out-Wayne County Homeless Advocacy Services
1110 Southfield Road 
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone: 313-357-2657
Permanent housing for homeless disabled adults and children

Peacemakers International Church
"Jesus House"
5322 Chene   
Detroit,  MI  48211       
Phone: 313-923-5939

Jewish Vocational Service of Detroit
29699 Southfield Rd     
Southfield, MI  48076     
Phone:  248-559-5000
Website: http://www.jvsdet.org
Services for the homeless and individuals at risk.  Services are available to anyone in the Detroit metropolitan area, regardless of religious affiliation.  See website for programs and locations.

Doorway To Recovery Homes  
Mailing Address:
PO Box 1033
Dearborn Heights MI  49127
Main Office:
12077 Merriman Road
Livonia, MI  48150
Phone:  877-751-7925
Email: alc2024@comcast.net
Website: www.TheDoorwaytoRecovery.com
Has a Sunday morning radio show on 1400 a.m. at 10:30 a.m.
Multiple recovery homes for men and women throughout the
Metro Detroit area.

Ruth Ellis Center
77 Victor Street
Highland Park,  MI  48203    
Phone:  313-252-1950
Website: http://www.ruthelliscenter.org
An emergency shelter for the LGBT community with an 18 month program.  One of only 4 youth
social services agencies in the nation helping LGBT & teens & youths experiencing homelessness.
Provides shelter and support services to about 90 young people a day.

Safe Haven Detroit                
Phone:  313-347-5436
Website:  www.SafeHavenDetroit.org
Safe haven of detroit is reaching out to help youth in need of temporary housing. Our mission
is to provide safe and suitable housing for young adults (18 - 21) for up to 1 year, and offer
services deigned to assist clients in becoming successfully independent.  Our services are
designed to assist clients in becoming successfully independent.   We offer services to assist
clients in the following:
Assistance Finding Employment / High School & GED Training / Community Resources / Transportation Assistance / Assistance Managing Finances / Child Care & Day Care services / Life Skills training. 

Icon of Youth & Family Services
2921 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI
Phone:  313-466-9658
Youth emergency shelter and youth & family services

Gateway Community Services
815 Prospect
Detroit, MI   48823
Phone:  517-351-4000
Emergency Shelter for teens only

Jefferson House
8311 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone:  313-331-8900
Men in Recovery after treatment.

Off the Street
10612 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone:  313-824-4250  OR  313-873-0678

Simon House
17300 Burgess
Detroit, MI  48219
Phone:  313-537-5518
Email: marshak117@yahoo.com
Providing support services and housing for women and children who are HIV+ or have AIDS.

City of Detroit Human Services
6501 South Street
Detroit, MI
Main center open to anyone who needs temporary shelter.
16051 John C. Lodge
Detroit MI

Stand Up For Kids
1641 Porter
Detroit, MI  48216-1935
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 11
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone: 313-516-2763                    
Mobile Outreach Line:  888-365-4KID
Email:  detroit@standupforkids.org
Website:  www.standupforkids.org
A national all-volunteer organization with chapters in 31 states whose mission is to save homeless
and at-risk youth from a life on the streets.  The Detroit chapter has an outreach program that seeks
to find and assist/mentor homeless and runaway youth under age 21.  They search the streets each
week to locate kids in order to get them into shelters and provide emergency needs such as food
packs and hygiene packs. They also provide services to unaccompanied kids who are staying in
shelters already. 

Operation Get Down Inc.
10100 Harper Avenue
Detroit, MI  48213
Website:  http://operationgetdown.org
Residential intensive intervention in a residential setting for both men and women with children. 
Also offers a shelter program that operates year-round from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. daily offering meals,
a hot shower, bedding for the night and breakfast for 100-150 men.  Also a Warming Center that
operates between November and March of each year to serve the homeless seeking shelter during
the winter months.  The program offers meals, showers, and overnight shelter.  There is a transitional temporary residency program for men for up to 24 months while preparing them for independent living.

N.O.A.H. Project  (Networking, Organizing & Advocacy for the Homeless)  
Family Services
Administrative Office:
10900 Harper Ave.
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone:  313-579-5989
Website:  www.fsiwc.org
Offers crisis intervention, mental health services and other services for the homeless
in downtown Detroit.


Lenawee Emergency and Affordable Housing Corporation        
P.O. Box 692
307 E. Church Street 
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone:  517-264-0782
Email: L-E-A-H-C@frontier.com
Website:  www.LEAHC.org
LEAHC provides an Emergency Shelter program for homeless families with children that provides emergency shelter, daily case management, life skills training, and support services such as laundry facilities, transportation assistance and much more for up to 90 days at no cost to the family.
LEAHC offers a Transitional Housing program for families who have children in the household.
The program provides affordable housing for up to 2 years as well as support services, life skills
training and weekly case management.  The goal of the program is to stabilize each family and assist
with overcoming barriers to permanent housing and encouraging lifelong self-sufficiency.
The Permanent Housing program is LEAHC's newest program and is for individuals who have an extensive history of homelessness and have significant barriers to housing, such as a long-term disability.  The program offers ongoing case management, support services, transportation assistance and in some situations a rental subsidy.  The goal of the program is to help stabilize individuals in permanent housing and increase independence. 

Community Action Agency         
400 West South
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone:  517-263-7861  OR  800-438-1845
Website:  www.caajih.org
Housing assistance & counseling, Links to Homeownership, rental assistance. 
See the top of the page for a new Veterans Program called Supportive Services for Veteran Families.

Salvation Army
217 West Church  
Adrian, MI  49221 
Phone:  517-265-2038
Website:  www.salmich.org

Family Counseling and Children's Services of Lenawee County
220 North Main Street  
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-264-5733
Days only for families and singles.

American Red Cross
Washtenaw-Lenawee County Chapter
4624 Packard Road 
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone: 734-971-5300 OR 866-971-5300
Website:  http://www.redcross.org/mi/ann-arbor/disaster-services
If you are a victim of a natural disaster or home fire please call the Red Cross at 866-971-5300
for immediate assistance. Teams are on call 24/7 ready to meet you whenever disaster strikes.


Macomb Resources 
Website: http://macombresources.info

1/2 & 3/4 Housing Directory can be found at:
Website: http://www.careofmacomb.com/treatment_resources.html

Community Housing Network        
570 Kirts Blvd.  #231
Troy, MI  48084
Phone: 248-928-0111  OR 866-282-3119
The Homeless Leasing Assistance Program (HLAP) and the Chronically Homeless Leasing Assistance Program (CHLAP) are Permanent Supportive Housing Program.  Both programs provide monthly
rental assistance and program-related supportive services to participants.  Applicants must meet
specific program criteria to qualify.  These qualifications include the head of household having a
severe and persistent mental illness or Developmental Disability.  One must also be HUD-defined homeless which includes living on the streets, in a shelter, or coming from transitional housing
as long as the person was homeless the night before.  Program participants are required to progress
in program goals while in the LAP which includes obtaining permanent housing, increasing self-sufficiency, and increasing skills and/or income. 

P.A.T.H.  Program  (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness)
Phone: 586-466-8704
A housing program that serves individuals and families in Macomb County who are homeless
and who have a mental illness.  PATH can also provide some financial assistance for placement
costs and ca help to secure furniture and other necessary household items.   Individuals must be
homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.  Individual must be able to provide documentation verifying his or her homelessness.

Macomb County Warming Center / The Ray of Hope Day Center
176 Northbound Gratiot Ave.  
Mount Clemens, MI
Phone:  586-329-4046  (new number!)
Website: www.warmingcenter.org
Open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. effective 9/16/2013. The Ray of Hope
will now be open Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. .

Turning Point, Inc.  (Women's shelter)
158 S. Main Street   PO Box 1123
Mount Clemens, MI   48406
Phone:  586-463-4430 (business line)  586-463-6990 (crisis line)
Email:  scollins@turningpointinc.com
Website: www.turningpointinc.com
Women & children only, victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse and homelessness..

The Macomb County Homeless Coalition
196 North Rose
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
Phone:  586-213-5655
Website: www.macombhomelesscoalition.com
Has a Housing Resource Specialist to assist families who are living "doubled up" (living
with family or friends) OR living in motels or hotels for any length of time and in need of
case management services to connect them with community resources.

Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team (MCREST)
20415 Erin Street
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone:  586-415-5101  1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 7 days a week
Website: www.mcrest.org
All homeless (rotating churches).  Under 18 if accompanied by an adult.

Salvation Army MATTS & Soup Kitchen
24140 Mound Road
Warren, MI  48091
Phone:  586-775-4567
Website: www.salmich.org
Serves all homeless but Macomb County residents first.   Emergency 30 day shelter for men, women,
and children of all ages.  Provides medical and casework to each client.  Packaged food & bus tickets
for men, women & families.  Referral to MATT & Family Youth Intervention.  Clients must be alcohol
and drug-free, must be on all prescribed medications.  Intakes performed at 2 p.m., first-come, first
served basis.

Family Youth Interventions
418 Cass Ave.
Mt. Clemens,, MI  48046
Phone:  586-465-1212
Email: familyyouth@yahoo.com
Website: www.familyyouth.com
15 day residential shelter for adolescents ages 10-17 who are runaways, are homeless or are
experiencing a crisis at home or in school.  Helping families help youth become successful adults. 

The Warming Center
PO Box 53
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone:  586-321-0998
Website: http://macombresources.info   (for an up-to-date listing)
All homeless (rotating churches in wintertime)

Zion United Church of Christ
85 Market Street
Mt. Clemens, MI

Macomb County Warming Center
Mt. Clemens, MI
Phone:  586-321-0998   Monday 9-3 p.m.  Tuesday & Thursday 9-4 p.m.
November thru March ONLY.  Comprised of rotating sponsor churches to provide blanket, pillow,
warm supper, light breakfast to individuals who do not qualify, have extended their time, or have
been turned away from an existing shelter.  Intake hours are 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday-Sunday. 
Ray of Hope Day Center
24450 Gratiot  (south of 10 Mile)
Eastpointe, MI

Mount Clemens Salvation Army / Emergency Drop-In Center
55 Church Street
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
Phone:  586-469-6712
An adult drop-in center that provides   day room (warming/cooling center) that is open from 8:30 a.m.
to 3 p.m., showers, meals (breakfast & lunch), clothing assistance, and hygiene items.  Assistance
with bus tickets or prescriptions may also be available in some cases as well as referrals for other agencies.  Computer lab is available Mondays at 1:00 p.m. and Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. to assist
clients with locating employment and creating resumes. 
The Salvation Army --More House
42590 Stepnitz
Mt. Clemens, MI  48046

Samaritan House
Homeless Shelter Referral
58944 Van Dyke
Washington Twp., MI  48094
Phone:  586-677-7590
Provides referral and information about temporary shelter in Macomb County. 

Leonard House
23032 Wellington
Warren, MI  48089


The Salvation Army Family Manor
815 E. First Street
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone:  734-241-0440
Housing for families & single women for up to 90 days.  Can handle up to 12 families and 5 individuals.
May put client and children in hotel for up to five days. 
Serves Monroe County ONLY.
The Warming Center  
1018 East Second Street  Monroe (inside the Church on 2nd Street)
Open from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily when the temperature is 32 degrees or below.  Can handle up to 30 people.

Philadelphia House I & II                                             
Men's homeless shelters for single men ONLY                                                       
218 Washington Street      
Monroe, MI  48161            
119 E. Third Street
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-0255
Serves Monroe County ONLY.  A transitional shelter where assistance is provided for up to two years.

Monroe County Opportunity Program / M.C.O.P./ Emergency Shelter Grant Funds 
1140 S. Telegraph
Monroe, MI   48161
Phone: 734-241-2775
Website: www.monroecountyop.org
Grant funds are used to prevent homelessness.  One month's rent is available if a financial plan
is in place and to provide emergency shelter in area motels for those who are income eligible while
grant funds are available.  A decision (denial) letter from DHS is required to receive funds.

Women Empowering Women / Paula's House
Monroe, MI
Phone:  734-384-8922
Email:  pwhitman@sbcglobal.com
Website: http://www.paulashouse.org
Transitional house for homeless women who have substance abuse problems. Program is for 1-2 years and the goal is permanent housing upon successful completion of program.  Women pay
30% of their income as rent, up to $450.00 a month.  Five beds are available.  Located in Monroe MI. 

United Way's First Call for Help
216 North Monroe Street
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone:  734-242-4357  24 hours
Website:  http://monroeuw.org
Offers local resources and referrals.

3604 South Custer Road
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-240-3190
Supervised transitional housing for disabled & mentally ill adults ages 45 and up,
who are ambulatory and homeless.  Assistance provided for up to two years....has
36 beds. MUST have a Referral Letter from an agency in order to be considered!

Harbor Light Rehabilitation Services
3580 S. Custer Road & 25 S. Monroe Street
Monroe, MI  4816`
42590 Stepnitz Drive
Clinton Twp.
Macomb, MI
3737 Humboldt
Detroit, MI
Website: www.salmich.org

Southeast Michigan Veteran Service Center
14 South Monroe
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-242-5895
Weekdays only 9-5 p.m. ONLY.  Male Veterans ONLY

Family Counseling and Shelter
14390 LaPlaissance Road  Suite 106
Monroe, MI   48161
Phone:  734-241-0180
Website:  http://www.fcssmc.org
Emergency shelter for Domestic Violence.  Women and children age 17 and under only.  Men
are housed at another location.  Stay is 30 to 90 days depending on individual circumstances. 


South Oakland Shelter
18505 W. 12 Mile Road
Lathrup Village,  MI  48076
Phone:  248-809-3773
Email: contact@oaklandshelter.org
Website:  http://www.southoaklandshelter.org
Men, women, children & seniors--365 days/90 day shelter as well as rapid re-housing
and homeless prevention program. 

The Oakland Shelter's Resource Guide           
Offers information on shelter and housing for Oakland County.

OLHSA  (Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency)
Central Office (Oakland County)
196 Cesar E. Chavez Avenue      
P.O. Box 430598
Pontiac, MI  48343-0598
Phone:  248-209-2600  OR 1-800-482-9250 (Toll Free)
Email: info@olhsa.org
South Office (Oakland County)
1956 Hilton Road
Ferndale, MI 48220-1719
Phone:  248-542-5860
Email: info@olhsa.org
OLHSA (Livingston County)
2300 E. Grand River   Suite 107
Howell, MI 4 8843-7574
Phone:  517-546-8500
Email: livingston@olhsa.org
Website: http://olhsa.org/complete-services#Education
Emergency Housing Referral Programs
OLHSA assists residents in finding the available programs and services to meet their needs.
If those needs cannot be met at OLHSA, residents are referred to other local agencies or organizations for help.
Homeless Case Management Services
OLHSA can provide counseling to identify and resolve factors causing homelessness.
Includes help to locate affordable housing, financial assistance to move in, interpersonal
counseling, employment and public assistance resources.
Homeless Prevention
Provides eligible homeless or potentially homeless applicants with first month's rent
or rental arrearage assistance.

HOPE Hospitality and Warming Center                        
249 Baldwin Avenue
Pontiac MI  48342
Phone:  248-499-7345
Website: www.hopewarmingpontiac.org
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday noon-6:30 PM     Shelter 7 PM-8AM
Weekends-- shelter hours 7 PM-8 AM
HOPE Warming Center's adult shelter is open from 7 PM until 7 AM providing dinner, triage
healthcare, showers, access to resources that can be a pathway out of homelessness, and,
of course, overnight shelter. HOPE is a low barrier shelter, which means that while we have
a zero tolerance for bringing drugs and/or alcohol on the premises, sobriety is not a condition
for entry to the shelter. We do, however, expect and strictly enforce that shelter guests will follow
staff directions and exhibit good behavior.  No previous registration is needed to spend the night
at HOPE.

New Bethel Outreach Ministry
175 Branch
Pontiac, MI  48343
Phone: 248-333-7010
Website:  www.CommunityHousingNetwork.org
Homeless shelter for single women and children. 
Open Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Community Housing Network          Please see above under Macomb County!

Common Ground
1410 S. Telegraph
Bloomfield Hills, MI  48302
Phone: 246-456-8150

Salvation Army Harbor Light
34 Oakland
Royal Oak , MI  48059
Phone:  248-334-2407  OR   248-674-4420 (after hours)
Website:  www.salmich.org

Grace Centers of Hope
35 E. Huron
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone:  248-334-2187 ext. 1123
Website: http://gracecentersofhope.org
All programs and services provided by Grace Centers of Hope are designed to contribute significantly
to the reduction of homelessness, provide clients with opportunities for life-changing recovery and to
help break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and abuse.  All guests in the their programs benefit
from food and shelter services, counseling, life skills courses, vocational education, a drug-free work environment and their state-of-the-art learning center.  There is a 30 day Emergency Shelter program
and a one-year life skill program for men, women and children. 

The Sanctuary
122 S. Washington Street
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone:  248-542-2260
Website:  www.commongroundsanctuary.org
For runaway youth ages 10-17 for boys and girls.

A Step Forward
122 S. Washington
Royal Oak,MI 48067
Phone: 248-547-2260
For young men and women ages 16 to 21.

Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency--Central Office          
196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave.
PO Box 430598
Pontiac, MI  48343
Phone:  248-209-2600
OLHSA provides assistance to the low-income, the elderly, and persons with disabilities in order
for them to become self-sufficient.  Assistance includes outreach and emergency services, housing
services, AIDS home support and housing, family support services among others.  OLHSA is
also now offering the new Supportive Services for Veteran Families listed at the top of the page! 
345 E. 9 Mile Road
Ferndale, MI  48220
Phone:  248-542-5860
Email:  info@olhsa.org
Website: http://www.olhsa.org

Carraige Town Ministries Men's Shelter
605 Garland Street
Flint, MI  48503
Phone:  810-233-87

Baldwin Center            
212 Baldwin Avenue
Pontiac, MI 
Phone:  248-332-6101
Email: baldwin@baldwincenter.org
Website:  www.baldwincenter.org
Runs warming shelters.


All shelter spaces in Washtenaw County are filled by Housing Access.
They may also be able to help with other immediate housing needs.
Call  734-961-1999.

Ann Arbor Housing Commission
727 Miller Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone: 734-794-6720
Website:  http://www.a2gov.org/services/OtherServices/Housing/Pages/default.aspx
Ann Arbor Housing Commission (AAHC) seeks to provide desirable housing and related supportive services for low-income individuals and families on a transitional and/or permanent basis. AAHC will partner with housing and service providers to build healthy residential communities and promote an atmosphere of pride and responsibility.

Ypsilanti Housing Commission
601 Armstrong 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone:  734-482-4300
Website: www.ypsilantihc.org
The Housing Commission administers the low-income public housing and Section 8 programs
within the City to ensure that participants are provided with adequate, safe, and affordable housing opportunities. All applicants must complete an application to be assigned a position on the waiting
list. Selection is based on factors such as income limits and family status. Applications are accepted Monday through Friday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Housing Commission office for public housing
only. Contact the Housing Commission for information on the status of the Section 8 program.
There are currently 218 public housing units within the City of which 26 are designated for senior housing. Under the Section 8 program, applicants must locate housing units where landlords are
willing to participate in the program. Applicants are required to pay 30% of their monthly income
toward the rent while the Section 8 housing voucher covers the remainder of the rent payment.

Avalon Housing
1327 Jones Drive
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone: 734-663-5858
Website: www.avalonhousing.org
Avalon Housing is a community-based, non-profit organization that was created in 1992 to develop,
own, and manage permanent supportive housing. Our mission is to provide affordable housing and support services for Washtenaw County's lowest income households, with a priority on people who
are homeless or at-risk of homelessness, and who have a mental or physical disability.

Shelter Association of Washtenaw County
P.O. Box 7370
312 W. Huron
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: 734-662-2829  OR 734-961-1999
Email: shelterassociation@ewashtenaw.org
Website:  www.annarborshelter.org
The Shelter Association offers those experiencing homelessness a wide array of services,
in one central location, all year long.  More than 30 community organizations partner with
the Shelter Association to help make these services available.

SOS Crisis Center & Community Services
Administration Office: 
101 South Huron Street  
Phone: 734-484-4300   OR   734-485-8730
Housing Crisis Center
114 N. River 
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Email:  info@soscs.org
Website: www.soscs.org
The Housing Crisis Services Team provides information and referral services, short-term crisis
counseling, limited financial assistance when available and coordination of services with other
agencies for families who are experiencing housing difficulties. 

American Red Cross
Washtenaw-Lenawee  County Chapter
4624 Packard Road 
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone:  734-971-5300  OR  866-971-5300
Website:  http://www.redcross.org/mi/ann-arbor/disaster-services
If you are a victim of a natural disaster or home fire please call the Red Cross at 866-971-5300
for immediate assistance. Teams are on call 24/7 ready to meet you whenever disaster strikes.

Safe House Center
4100 Clark Road  
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone:  734-995-5444  24 hours
Website:  www.safehousecenter.org
The SafeHouse Center HelpLine is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to answer calls
from survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Advocates and volunteer counselors
are available to answer questions and provide support for survivors and their family members
and friends. Advocates provide information and referrals, and will help answer any questions
the caller may have about accessing SafeHouse services. For example, a survivor can call to
find out about support groups that are currently running or to make a Non-Residential Counseling appointment.
The HelpLine also provides a service called the Language Line, which allows a survivor that speaks
a language other than English to have a conversation with SafeHouse staff through a confidential interpreter. Again, this service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County
Ann Arbor Corps.
100 Arbana Drive
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone:  734-668-8353
Ypsilanti Corps.
9 South Park
Ypsilanti MI  48198
Phone:  734-482-4700
Website:  http://www.usc.salvationarmy.org/usc/www_usc_washtenaw.nsf/
Salvation Army Staples Family Center Shelter
3660 Packard    
Ann Arbor, MI 
Phone:  734-761-7750
The Staples Family Center is a safe, drug-free homeless shelter operated by The Salvation Army
of Washtenaw County (TSA-WC). Residents and house staff work together to keep the house run-
ning smoothly by assisting each other with meal preparations and daily chores. The Staples Family Center by The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County (TSA-WC). Residents and house staff work
together to keep the house running smoothly by assisting each other with meal preparations and
daily chores. The Staples Family Center has provided hope and direction to individuals and families
since TSA-WC first began operating a family shelter more than 20 years ago.
Heart to God, Hand to Man
Phone:  734-668-8353
The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County's Veterans Program works jointly with the Veteran Affairs
Ann Arbor Homeless Outreach to offer a wide range of programming to the veterans who have served their country. Through this two-year transitional housing program, which began in 2005, up to 11
veterans can be housed at one time.

Ozone House
1705 Washtenaw   
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone:  734-662-2265     
Crisis Line  734-662-2222 (24 hours)
Ozone House Drop-In Center
102 N. Hamilton
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-485-2222
Website: www.ozonehouse.org
Ozone House is a community-based, nonprofit agency that helps young people lead safe, healthy,
and productive lives through intensive intervention and prevention services. Since 1969, Ozone
House has actively developed unique, high-quality housing and support programs and services
that provide support, intervention, training, and assistance to runaway, homeless, and high-risk
youth and their families. Through these support services, we help youth develop essential life skills, improve their relationships, and enhance their self-image so that they may realize their full potential
for growth and happinesszone House is a community-based, nonprofit agency that helps young
people lead safe, healthy, and productive lives through intensive intervention and prevention services. Since 1969, Ozone House has actively developed unique, high-quality housing and support programs and services that provide support, intervention, training, and assistance to runaway, homeless, and
high-risk youth and their families. Through these support services, we help youth develop essential
life skills, improve their relationships, and enhance their self-image so that they may realize their full potential for growth and happiness

Home of New Vision
Transitional Housing for the Recovering Woman
3800 Packard Suite 210
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone:  734-975-16602
Email: admin@homeofnewvision.org
Website: www.homeofnewvision.org
Home of New Vision is a non-profit organization that has provided innovative transitional housing, rehabilitation, and therapeutic services for individuals committed to ongoing recovery from chemical dependency in Washtenaw County, Michigan since 1996. Our transitional homes and therapeutic
services are open to any chemically dependent person who has a desire to live a life free from the bondage of alcohol and drug addiction.

Dawn Farm
6633 StoneyCreek Road
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone:  734-485-8725  OR  734-669-8265
Website: www.dawnfarm.org
Dawn Farm offers residential treatment, sub-acute detoxification, outpatient treatment and
transitional housing. We will help you decide upon the best option for you or your loved one.

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Washtenaw County
4290 Jackson Road  
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone:  734-822-0226  
Website:  http://alphahouse-ihn.org
Informed by 25 years of experience working exclusively with children and families experiencing homelessness, the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) at Alpha House offers services to meet
the most basic needs of children and families.  Our services efficiently and effectively provide
stability for parents and children living in the shelter and guide them through a plan to secure
and maintain stable housing.

Father Patrick Jackson House
1014 S. Main
Ann Arbor, MI  48014
Phone: 734-761-1140
Website: http://www.mhweb.org/washtenaw/patjackson.htm
Father Pat Jackson House is a non-denominational, not-for profit organization serving homeless, pregnant and parenting adolescents and their children. Services include shelter, independent living preparation and educational assistance. The program houses 10 teenage families each year and
provides information and referrals to an additional 250-300 people, including teens, family members, school counselors and other service providers.

Peace Neighborhood Center
1111 North Maple Road
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone: 734-662-3564
Email:  info@peaceneighborhoodcenter.org
Website: www.peaceneighborhoodcenter.org
The Peace House Transitional Housing Center provides temporary housing for families
as they work to get back on their feet.  While staying at Peace House, famlies meet
regularly with Peace staff members to come up with an action plan to address their
issues and attain self-sufficiency. 


Please see "Domestic Violence" for many more resources AND special shelters for you!
if you are pregnant, please check under "Crisis Pregnancy & Pregnancy"

VETERANS:   Please check under "Veteran's Resources" and
                         "Services for Active-Duty Service People" for more help!

RUNAWAYS: Please check under "Runaway Help" for specific resources for you!

If you need Mental Health or Substance Abuse services as well, please check under
"Mental Health & Substance Abuse Resources" page for specific services for you!

National Coalition for the Homeless Directory
Website: www.nationalhomeless.org

Adoption Resources

Adult Dental


Adult FREE MedicalTests, Services
& Treatments

Adult &
"Special Wish" Programs

AIDS & HIV Resources


Children  & Adolescent
(Including Orthodontics)

Children  & Adolescent
Medical & Wellness Resources

Child Support Resources

Chore Services
(OR Other
Help Services)

Clothing Distribution


Crime Victim
& Notification

Crisis Pregnancy & Pregnancy
(Help For
& Raising
Your Baby)

Disability Resources

Domestic Abuse
Sexual Violence

& Employment Training


Financial Assistance

Food Programs/

Food Programs/
"Soup Kitchens"

Food Programs/
"Meals on

Foster Youth

As Caregivers Resources

Grief Support

Help With Rent
& Mortgage


Furnishing Resources

Hospice Resources

Housing Resources

Immigration Resources

Immunization Resources

Legal Resources



Low-Cost Car
&  Car Repair Resources

Home Mortgage Assistance

Mental Health
Substance Abuse

Mentor Programs
(for Youths)

Organ Donation

Parenting Resources

Prescription Resources

& Parolee

Runaway Help

Senior Citizen Resources

Services For Active-Duty
Personnel And Their Families

Tax Services (FREE)

Transportation Resources

Utility Programs

(And Their Families) Resources

Vision & Hearing Resources

Weatherization Resources

Youth Programs
(Including FREE
& Low-Cost
Summer Camps)

Detroit Vets Center
2770 Park
Detroit , MI 
Phone:  313-831-5500

Community & Home Supports Inc.
2111 Woodward Suite 608
Detroit,  MI  48201
Phone: 313-964-2566 ext. 202
Website: www.chsinc.org
Agency offers free services to homeless families (both prevention of homelessness and homeless intervention) in the City of Detroit.

Cass Community Social Services
11850 Woodrow Wilson
Detroit , MI  48206
Phone: 313-883-2277
Website: www.casscommunity.com
Houses at least 225 people through various emergency and transitional shelters and plans to open another
facility for up to 100 people.

Perfecting Community Care Center
7100 E. Davison
Detroit, MI  48212
Phone:  313-365-2273
Email: swhite@perfectingcommunity.org
Website:  www.perfectingcdc.org
The Amelia Agnes Transitional Home
is our homeless shelter program where women and children can begin again
with dignity and respect. The program provides each family with a private suite and support services in efforts to assist them with becoming self-sufficient. Residents learn to combat homelessness while improving decision-making and problem solving skills along with eliminating barriers hindering educational and economic growth while gaining intervention tools for life restoration.

CareFirst Community Health Services
8097 Decatur Street
Detroit ,MI 48228
Phone: 313-846-5020
Website:  www.care-first.org
Outpatient counseling to substance abusers as well as other services such
as Aftercare services for returning citizens and a residential program for homeless HIV/AIDS women and their children,
HIV testing and counseling and more. Services the City of Detroit.

Help for a homeless student is usually available through the school or the local intermediate school district.

If you need help contact:

Detroit Public Schools liaison for homeless students

Wayne Metro
Action Agency

Macomb County liaison 586-228-3490

Oakland County liaison

This page was last updated: May 17, 2018