HOUSING RESOURCES
            (Non-Emergency)


Depending on your circumstances, you may want to start under Emergency Housing Resources 
FIRST as there are programs to help with not only emergency housing but also transitional 
housing and agencies that will help with security deposits and getting you into low-income 
housing. Check carefully under each agencies listing to see if you qualify for their services! 

You may also want to check under Financial Resources as well.

If you need a roommate to help with the bills, you may want to check out https://roommatelocator.com See the MACOMB and OAKLAND COUNTY 
resource list below for another roommate database!

If you are Pregnant, please check under the Crisis Pregnancy & Pregnancy Resources page!

If you are fleeing Domestic Violence, please check under Domestic Violence Resources!

VETERANS: Please check under the VETERANS RESOURCES page for resources just for you!

NOTE: Public housing allows for low-income people 
to obtain affordable housing with a subsidy from the 
government. Individuals who have been evicted from 
public housing because of drug-related criminal activity 
are ineligible for public housing for three years. The 
housing provider has the discretion to shorten the three 
year period if the person successfully completes a rehab 
program. Any household with a member who is subject 
to lifetime registration under the sex offender registration 
and any household with a member who has been convicted 
methamphetamine production Is permanently ineligible for 
public housing. Individuals who have engaged in drug-related 
criminal activity, violent criminal activity or any other criminal 
activity that would adversely affect the health, safety or right 
to peaceful enjoyment, may be denied public housing if the 
criminal activity occurred a "reasonable" time before the 
person seeks admission. If you have been denied public 
housing or face eviction from public housing, please contact 
the Legal Aid & Defender office in your area (Look under the 
"Legal Resources" page for these numbers).

Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA)
Phone: 517-373-9184
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/mshda
We serve the people of Michigan by partnering to 
provide quality housing that is affordable, a corner-
stone of diverse, thriving communities.

MSHDA Affordable Rental Housing Directory (ARHD) 
Website: https://housing.state.mi.us
This web site provides access to a comprehensive 
listing of rental housing within the State of Michigan 
that has received financing from federal, state, or local 
housing agencies. Site functions include the ability to 
search, query, and export data.  

Fair Housing Center of Metropolitan Detroit   
5555 Conner  Suite 1017
Detroit, MI  48213-3448
Phone: 313-963-1274 
Email: info@fairhousingdetroit.org
Website: https://fairhousingdetroit.org
The Center’s mission is to ensure equal access 
to housing without discrimination based on race, 
color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, 
disability, and all other protected class categories 
under federal, state, and local anti-discrimination 
laws and ordinances.
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From 1977 to the present, the Fair Housing Center 
has strived to fulfill its mission by engaging in the 
following activities: Providing assistance to indivi-
duals pursuing legal rights and remedies related 
to fair housing; offering housing assistance and 
counseling; providing community outreach, edu-
cation and fair housing training; and performing 
research in the area of housing.
Our service area is the Detroit Metropolitan Area, 
consisting of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties.

Fair Housing Center of Southeastern Michigan 
& Mid MI
P.O. Box 7825
Ann Arbor, MI  48107
Phone: 877-979-FAIR 
Email: info@fhcmichigan.org            
Email: complaints@fhcmichigan.org 
Website: https://www.fhcmichigan.org
he mission of the Fair Housing Center of Southeast & 
Mid Michigan (FHC) is to end discrimination in housing 
and public accommodations and to promote accessible, 
integrated communities.We are a nonprofit dedicated to 
investigating complaints of illegal housing discrimination 
based on federal, state, and local fair housing laws, as well 
as resolving reasonable accommodation and modification 
requests for people with disabilities. Protected classes in-
clude race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, 
familial status (the presence of children), marital status, 
age, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender ex-
pression.The Fair Housing Center provides investigative 
services, testing, advice, advocacy, conciliation, attorney 
referral, and community education in Clinton, Eaton, 
Ingham, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and 
Washtenaw counties.

Lakeshore Legal Aid
Counsel & Advocacy Law Line
16250 Northland Dr. Suite 363
Southfield, MI 48075
Phone: 248-443-8068  New Client Intake: 888-783-8190
Website: https://lakeshorelegalaid.org
Lakeshore Legal Aid is a not-for-profit law firm providing a range of free civil legal 
services to people who are low-income, seniors, and survivors of domestic violence 
and sexual assault in our communities.
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Covers a WIDE variety of legal matters!
Now serving residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Lakeshore Legal Aid 
has 14 locations across Southeast Michigan. 


HOUSING SHELTER FOR VICTIMS OF NATURAL DISASTERS & 
FIRST RESPONDERS 

Emergency RV 
Email: info@EmergencyRV.org 
Website: https://EmergencyRV.org 
EmergencyRV provides urgently needed shelter to First Responders and victims of wildfires 
or other natural disasters. If you lost your home due to a recent wildfire/natural disaster and 
are in need of emergency-transitional housing, please complete the "Survivor Intake Form" 
on the site!


DETROIT & METRO DETROIT 

St.Vincent de Paul Detroit / Journey to Housing Program 
3000 Gratiot Ave.
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-393-2930   877-ST VINCE (877-788-4623)
Website: https://svdpdetroit.org/life-skills
St. Vincent dePaul’s Journey to Housing program seeks to solve the problem of home-
lessness in northwestern Wayne County communities. The Journey to Housing Program 
supports those in need of shelter by providing them with move-in costs, furniture, house-
hold goods and monthly rent subsidy until the family can become financially independent 
(with 12-18 months of weekly counseling). We help the family work towards self-sufficiency 
and assist the family with budgeting, household management, parenting skills and more.
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If you are in need of shelter, please contact your local parish and you will be referred to 
a St. Vincent de Paul in the Metro-West District (the cities of Canton, Dearborn, Dearborn 
Heights, Garden City, Inkster, Livonia, Northville, Plymouth, Redford, Wayne, and Westland). 
Priority placement will be given to families with children and current living situations will 
be taken into consideration. After an interview and evaluation, it will be determined if you 
qualify for our Journey to Housing Program.

Neighborhood Service Organization      
Central Office:
882 Oakman Blvd. Suite C
Detroit, MI  48238
Phone: 313-961-4890
Website: https://www.nso-mi.org/homeless-recovery-services.html 
Offers a wide variety of services!

Matrix Human Services
Central Office:
1400 Woodbridge
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: 313-526-4000  #1236
Email: dblackman@matrixhs.org   Debbie Blackman 
Website: https://www.matrixhumanservices.org/programs/socialmobility
HOUSING CENTER
Housing is a basic essential need. Our Housing Center assists the community 
in trying to meet this need.
Services and programs within this Center include:
• Low cost affordable housing options
• Housing resources and referrals

Michigan Ability Partners
3810 Packard
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-975-6880
Email: info@mapagency.org
Website: https://www.mapagency.org/housing
MAP receives referrals from Housing Access of Washtenaw County for our housing programs. 
You must be in touch with HAWC first before MAP can help!
MAP Housing Support:
Staff work with participants in all MAP housing programs. They meet regularly with participants 
to emphasize daily living skills, increasing self-sufficiency and independence. MAP staff addresses barriers to stable housing such as chemical dependency, ex-offender status, mental health issues, 
or physical disability.
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Permanent Supportive Housing:
MAP maintains housing stability for the chronically homeless by offering subsidized rent and 
long-term case management services. MAP owns and operates seven properties, and continues 
to develop affordable housing. Participants eligible for this program are homeless, low-income, 
and have a documented disability.
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Rapid Re-Housing:
Helps individuals experiencing homelessness quickly locate and obtain housing, and provides 
short-term rental assistance. Participants receive case management services to help them sta-
bilize in their new home. MAP creates strong relationships with local landlords who work with 
us to serve those with housing barriers. Our SSVF and Key for Vets programs follow a ‘Housing
First’ model, which recognizes that all participants needs can be addressed best when their 
housing is stabilized first.
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Supportive Services for Veterans
To procure and retain housing for homeless Veterans, 
MAP provides:
1.  Affordable housing help through payment 
     of application fees,
2.  Short-term rental subsidy
3.  Access to job training and placement services
Through temporary financial assistance and other supportive services, this program helps 
individual Veterans and Veterans with families find stability in their new housing and self-
sufficiency as they work towards financial independence

Southwest Housing Solutions
Administration:
5716 Michigan Ave.  Suite 3000
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone: 313-481-3102
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Housing Resource Center:
1600 Porter 
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone: 313-963-6601
Website: https://www.swsol.org/housing-and-homeownership
Offers a wide variety of housing resources!
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Piquette Square Apartments   
Southwest Housing Solutions
285 Piquette 
Detroit, MI 
Phone: 313-841-3727 #381   Patricia Harris 
Southwest Solutions in Detroit has opened a four-story, 150 apartment building in Detroit 
to provide long-term housing and care for homeless veterans,both male and female. Married 
couples may also apply but no children are taken. 

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA MICHIGAN
21415 Civic Center Dr.  Suite 306
Southfield, MI  48076
Phone: 248-945-0101
Website: https://www.voami.org/find-housing
Offers a wide variety of housing programs!
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Sumby Senior Housing Center      
Volunteers of America 
240 Visger 
River Rouge, MI   48218
Phone: 313-357-2891
Website: https://www.voami.org/find-housing
Volunteers of American Michigan offers this affordable housing for seniors age 62 and over. 
Applicants must meet eligibility as determined by HUD and rent is just 30% of your adjusted 
income.  
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Coventry Place AND Seventy West
Volunteers of America
4241 Burlingame 
Detroit, MI  48204
Phone: 313-934-0010
Website: https://www.voami.org/find-housing

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
Administrative Offices:
150 Stimson 
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: 313-993-4700
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OASIS
13220 Woodward Ave.
Highland Park, MI 48203
Email: info@drmm.org
Website: https://drmm.org/services/housing-2
Transitional Housing:
Transitional Housing Residents may stay up to 2 years while they address issues that contributed 
to their homelessness. While there, they are able to work towards stability, education and training, 
and find employment to meet their needs. A wide range of supportive services, including case man-
agement, education, mental health, employment and substance abuse after-care services are avail-
able to help residents succeed. Follow-up is provided for up to six months after they leave to help 
them successfully overcome all obstacles to independence and stability.
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Permanent Housing: 
Permanent Housing Residents must have a disability that prevents the resident from independently living in community housing.These may include chronic, debilitating health issues, mental illnesses, severe substance addictions, or developmental delays.They may remain in the program as long as 
they like.

UNIFIED HIV Health & Beyond  
(merged with AIDS PARTNERSHIP)
DETROIT OFFICE:
3968 Mt. Elliott 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-446-9800   
Email: info@miunified.org
Website: http://miunified.org/home.aspx
UHHB Detroit Henry Ford Care Coordination Housing Program:
In partnership with Henry Ford Health Systems, this care coordination team assists 
with housing barriers.
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1.  Emergency financial assistance one time per year 
     to ensure stable housing and to avoid utility shut-offs.
2.  Medical case management to improve treatment 
     adherence and an overall healthy lifestyle.
*Qualificiation Requirements - Viral load >200 for six (6) months or more; Poor viral control 
over a 6-12-month period; Socioeconomic complications. All clients will be assessed on case-
by-case basis. 
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UHHB Ypsilanti Wellness Housing:
Housing resources for individuals and heads of household living with HIV that meet eligibility 
criteria.
For more information please contact our housing specialist Edricka Hardge at 
313-466-6177 or ehardge@miunified.org
Serves: Jackson • Lenawee • Livingston • Monroe • Washtenaw

SAMARITAS  
(formerly  Lutheran Social Services of Michigan)       
8131 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI 48214
Phone: 313-823-7700
Email:  https://www.samaritas.org
Website: https://www.samaritas.org
Provides 929 subsidized apartments for seniors, families and persons with disabilities. Provides
shelter homeless families and help those families find permanent housing and cares for people 
with developmental disabilities in group homes.  

Alternatives for Girls 
903 W. Grand Blvd. 
Detroit, MI 48208
Phone: 313-361-4000   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.

Mariners Inn
445 Ledyard
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-962-9446
Website: www.marinersinn.org
Provides 24 hour residential substance abuse treatment for homeless men of S. E Michigan 
while providing housing & food. Also has a Transitional Housing Program that provides vo-
cational counseling, employment assistance and life management skills training.  

ICNA RELIEF / Muslim Family Services ​
12500 Mitchell
Detroit, MI 48212
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12346 McDougall
Detroit, MI 48212
Phone: 313-366-6800
Website: https://muslimfamilyservices.org
ICNA Relief Michigan has served the Michigan community since 1998 as Muslim Family 
Services (MFS). We offer full range of services to individuals, couples, and families of
all backgrounds. The mission of ICNA Relief’s Muslim Family Services is to provide a 
compassionate support system through our programs which will nourish, flourish, and 
facilitate the success of our community.
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Transitional Housing:
ICNA Relief offers an alternative for homeless women in need of temporary sleeping 
accommodations. ICNA Relief maintains the dignity of their clients while affording 
them the opportunity to heal and develop themselves within a nurturing environment. 
Women are provided with one-on-one support while they transition to permanent stable 
housing.
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Many of the women who come to ICNA Relief have experienced either emotional or 
physical abuse as well as neglect. Many are underemployed or unable to obtain af-
fordable housing. ICNA Relief offers them the opportunity to heal while they work 
towards obtaining the ultimate goal of self-sufficiency.
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Trained case managers work with clients in identifying areas of growth and link them 
to appropriate community resources such as public benefits, legal and immigration 
support, mental health services and healthcare. While participating in the ICNA Relief 
Transitional Housing Program, women are encouraged to take part in educational 
classes including; English language skills, job training and/or higher education.

L.A.H.C.
5275 Kenilworth 
Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: 888-315-LAHC (5242)
Email: info@lahc.org
Website: https://lahc.org/humanservices
Shelter: Provide rent assistance (assistance is based on availability of funds)

TEAM WELLNESS 
Eastern Market Clinic
2925 Russell 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-396-5300  Toll Free: 888-813-TEAM (8326)
     TTY: 313-396-4270  Crisis: 313-258-3842
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Team East Clinic
6309 Mack Ave.
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-331-3435  Toll Free: 888-813-TEAM
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Southgate Clinic
14799 Dix-Toledo 
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-324-8326   Toll Free: 888-813-TEAM
  TTY:   734-324-8327    Crisis: 313-258-4758
Website: http://teamwellnesscenter.com/housing-employment
Team Wellness Center’s housing program is a block grant-based program that assists 
members in moving toward self-sufficiency and living independently. Our housing spec-
ialists and Peer Support Specialists assist the member in finding and maintaining their 
own residence by providing a structured setting and a plan for the member to follow. 
The member will be provided with around the clock support when needed to ensure their 
success in this life changing transition.


LENAWEE COUNTY 

Lenawee Emergency and Affordable Housing Corporation        
P.O. Box 692
307 E. Church 
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-264-0782
Email:  L-E-A-H-C@frontier.com
Website:  www.LEAHC.org
LEAHC may assist with first month's rent, past due rent and mortgage foreclosure. 
An in-depth assessment is made regarding a client's financial and housing situation.  
This program provides case management, client outreach, landlord mediation, bud-
geting, housing search and referrals along with other support services. The goal of 
this program is to prevent or reduce the amount of time a household is homeless &
support self-reliance. Please see their other services under Emergency Housing 
Resources on this site!  
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LEAHC offers a Transitional Housing program for families who have children in the house-
hold. 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.
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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 PH program is to help stabilize 
individuals in permanent housing and increase independence.  

Neighbors of Hope
PO Box 918
Adrian, MI  49221 
Phone: 517-265-4019 
Email: info@neighborsofhope.com 
Website:  http://neighborsofhope.com/women-childrens-ministry
Through our Women’s Fresh Start program, Neighbors of Hope gives a hand up to homeless 
women (and their children) by giving them up to six months of basic needs services including 
safe shelter, food, case management, and spiritual and personal care. 


MACOMB COUNTY

MCREST
20415 Erin 
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone: 586-415-5101
Email:  jont@mcrest.org
Website:  www.mcrest.org
For clients who are low-income, lack other resources and can sustain monthly expenses 
beyond our assistance.  

Angel's Place   
25240 Lahser  #2
Southfield, MI 48033
Phone: 248-350-2203
Website: www.angelsplace.com 
Angels' Place provides people-centered services, including homes and professional support, for 
adults with developmental disabilities. Angels' Place homes offer a Christian family environment 
of love and compassion, coupled with an atmosphere of acceptance, dignity, well-being and the 
potential for personal growth and acceptance. Serves Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties for 
ages 9 and up.  

The Good Shepherd Coalition
33222 Groesbeck Hwy.
Fraser, MI  48026
Phone: 586-415-8100
Website: http://gscmacomb.org
The Good Shepherd Coalition is a group of churches that have formed partnerships 
with community-based organizations and agencies to assist people in need in Central 
Macomb county. The Good Shepherd Coalition in cooperation with local churches and 
agencies will assist people, when the social services agencies are unable to provide 
help, so that they the people may achieve great self-sufficiency through Christian love 
and compassion, demonstrated through our faith in action with the provision of shelter
among other basic needs, in order to bring transformation of lives through the power of 
God. 


MONROE COUNTY

Monroe County Opportunity Program  (M.C.O.P.)
1140 S. Telegraph 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-2775
Website: https://monroecountyop.org/homeless-programs.html
The Supportive Housing Program (SHP) is a two-year rental program designed to help 
homeless and disabled individuals become self-sufficient. SHP is a scattered site hou-
sing, meaning that once chosen for the program clients are able to choose their own 
housing. Qualifications for SHP are to be certifiably homeless as well as be medically 
considered disabled by a physician. Those who qualify must be homeless, medically 
disabled and a Monroe County resident.
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Depending on qualification, the Rental Assistance Program can help with up to 3 
months of rent. Several guidelines apply for those who qualify. It is required for 
individuals to fill out a state of emergency relief (SER) form through the Depart-
ment of Human Services (DHS), then receive a decision notice. Individuals must 
have proof of income to show sustainability as well as a late notice or eviction 
notice.
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Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) is a program that offers housing 
assistance to low-income veterans to prevent eviction and to assist homeless vet-
erans moving into an apartment. Those who qualify also will receive case manage-
ment, access to personal financial planning, health care referrals, and benefits 
assistance.


OAKLAND COUNTY

South Oakland Shelter
431 N. Main 
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone: 248-546-6566
Website: www.southoaklandshelter.org
Rapid re-housing and homeless prevention programs. 

DREAM CENTER
Corporate Office:
6600 Rochester 
Troy, MI  48085 
Phone: 248-221-5747
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Dream Center – Pontiac
830 Auburn Ave.
Pontiac, MI  48324 
Email: info@dcofmi.org
Website: https://dcofmi.org/what-we-do/housing
12 MONTH RESIDENTIAL HOUSING PROGRAMS are designed for young men ages 
18-24 focusing on life transformation through relationships, life skills, accountability,
and spiritual growth. Services provided for all program residents include mentoring, 
wellness benefits, education, employment, food, and lodging. The goal is for partici-
pants to graduate, practicing a healthy lifestyle that promotes and maintains self-
sustainability.  

Grace Center of Hope 
35 E. Huron 
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-334-7939   855-HELP-GCH
Email: MensRA@gracecentersofhope.org    Men's Program 
Website: https://www.gracecentersofhope.org/content.cfm?id=3126
MEN'S PROGRAM: 
This One-Year Life Skills program helps men transition into productive members 
of society within our community. The life skills program is a Christ-centered, in-
house program that focuses on our "core issue", separation from God. Through 
mentoring, discipleship, and accountability our goal is to reconcile residents back
to God and give them the tools they need in order to live a responsible, productive
life that is free from addiction, homelessness, or abuse. This new found freedom 
allows our residents to enjoy all the benefits life has to offer.
Services Offered:
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WOMEN'S PROGRAM:
​Email: CCurtis@gracecentersofhope.org    Women's Program 
Website: https://www.gracecentersofhope.org/content.cfm?id=3125
This One-Year Life Skills program helps women and families transition into productive 
members of society within our community. The life skills program is a Christ-centered, 
in-house program that focuses on our "core issue", separation from God. Through men-
toring, discipleship, and accountability our goal is to reconcile residents back to God 
and give them the tools they need in order to live a responsible, productive life that is 
free from addiction, homelessness, or abuse. This new found freedom allows our resi-
dents to enjoy all the benefits life has to offer.
Services Offered:

LIGHTHOUSE
Mailing Address:
46156 Woodward Ave.
Pontiac, MI 48342
Phone: 248-920-6000
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South Oakland Shelter
18505 W. 12 Mile 
 Lathrup Village, MI 48076
Phone: 248-920-6000 x5500
Website: https://www.southoaklandshelter.org/what-we-do
Housing Assistance Programs:
Lighthouse works diligently to move individuals and families from homelessness to 
housing as quickly as possible. We do this through a variety of programs including 
transitional housing, rapid re-housing and permanent supportive housing. Families 
are assisted with locating safe, affordable housing in the community. PATH, our 2-
year transitional housing program for domestic violence victims and formerly home-
less women with children provides intensive case management and wrap-around 
services. The PATH program serves more than 50 women and 100 children annually, 
with 88% entering successfully into stable housing. Lighthouse also develops and 
provides wrap-around services for single and multi-family homes and duplexes. We 
provide assistance and supportive services to tenants of public housing commis-
sions and private landlords. In addition, we are particularly excited that we just broke 
ground on our 64-unit Coolidge Place affordable residential development in Oak Park.

Angel's Place
25240 Lahser  #2
Southfield, MI  48033
Phone: 248-350-2203
Website: www.angelsplace.com
Angels' Place provides people-centered services, including homes and professional support, 
for adults with developmental disabilities. Angels' Place homes offer a Christian family enviro-
nment of love and compassion, coupled with an atmosphere of acceptance, dignity, well-being 
and the potential for personal growth and acceptance. Serves Wayne, Oakland and Macomb
counties for ages 9 and up.

THE PHILIP HOUSE MISSION
30800 Northwestern Hwy.  Suite 221 
Farmington Hills, MI  48334
Phone: 248-532-0023 
Email: info@thephiliphousemission.org 
Website: www.thephiliphousemission.org
Housing Placement Assistance and Referral Services:
1.  Assist eligible clients in connecting with available housing and identifying housing resources
2.  Assist eligible clients with applying for rental subsidies and other financial assistance needed 
     to assist with their housing placement
3.  Assists participating clients by advocating on their behalf with landlords and property owners.
4.  Refers participating clients to additional supportive services
5.  Maintain contact with clients to assure housing is secure and maintained

JARC
Phone: 248-538-6611
Website: www.jarc.org 
JARC is a Farmington Hills, Michigan-based nonprofit, nonsectarian agency dedicated to enabling 
people with disabilities to live full,dignified lives in the community, and to providing support and advocacy for their families. JARC operates 20 group homes and a variety of independent living 
programs for adults, and serves more than 450 families who have a child or adult with a disability 
who is living at home.


WASHTENAW COUNTY

Please see Michigan Ability Partners directly above also!

Housing Bureau for Seniors                        
2401 Plymouth   Suite C
Ann Arbor, MI  48205
Phone:  734-998-9339
Website:  www.med.umich.edu/seniors
Works throughout Washtenaw County to assist, enable and empower older adults to live 
in affordable and appropriate housing.

Faith Community Homebuyers / Washtenaw H/B Program
1239 Washington Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone:  313-963-530

Washtenaw Homebuyers Program
585 First Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 800-267-6559           
Other Languages: Spanish (S. Am)

SYNOD HELPS 
615 S. Mansfield
P.O. Box 980465
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
Phone: 734-483-9363 
Email: info@synodhelps.org
Website: http://www.synodhelps.org/who-we-serve/safety-net-for-mental-illness
Synod Community Services was founded to provide essential mental health safety-net 
services for those with chronic and persistent mental illness in Washtenaw County. 
Today, Synod provides essential services in three counties and works with individuals 
facing a variety of challenges from mental illness to addiction disorders.
Essential safety net services include:
To ensure access to services, Synod’s residential programs are staffed 24
hours a day, 7 days a week.
Substance Abuse Recovery / The Co-op
People with serious mental illness often struggle with substance abuse and homelessness. 
According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Association, between 20 and 50% of 
clients in mental health settings have a co-occurring substance use disorder and approxi-
mately 35% of all homeless adults suffer from a mental illness. Yet there are few programs 
designed to address both disorders and provide supportive housing. In Ann Arbor, the only 
program fulfilling all three functions is the Co-op run by Synod Community Services.
&
The Co-op, located in Ann Arbor, is a single-room occupancy program offering sober housing 
with on-site staff support for to up to six men.Tenants share common areas and, in addition 
to recovery services,receive support learning self-sufficient skills including cooking, laundry,
budgeting and cleaning. Many of the men who move to the Co-op are homeless.

Community Alliance of Washtenaw County
301 W. Michigan Ave.  Suite 102
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-482-3300
Website: https://communityalliance-mi.org/programs/support-living
Supported Living Services for Individuals with Disabilities:
Community Residence Corporation (CRC) provides persons with disabilities living options, 
life choices, and control of their future. Guided by the commitment to focus on individual 
choice, CRC provides services that are person centered and assure customer satisfaction.
Our vision is to lead change in the community that celebrates and supports lives of people
with developmental disabilities.


Michigan Public Housing Authorities

To apply for public housing or Section 8 vouchers, visit your local public housing agency. 
Many have long waiting lists, so you should apply at more than one housing agency. When 
you see an "list-opening" announcement in your local paper or hear about one, BE SURE 
TO GET TO THE AGENCY EARLY AND ON THE APPOINTED DAY--and bring the required 
documents with you! There will be many people there to also apply and you don't want to 
be left out because you are not prepared!

To apply for other low-income housing programs at privately-owned apartments, visit the 
management office of the apartment building. Many complexes that are not normally "low-
income" DO set aside some apartments for those on limited incomes!

NOTE!
Michigan law allows low-income senior citizens to terminate rental agreements if they 
qualify and are offered the opportunity for subsidized senior housing. Tenants who 
qualify must have occupied their rental unit for more than 13 months and must provide 
a 60-day written notice.The law also applies to tenants who can no longer live indepen-
dently. To be released from rental agreements under these circumstances, a notarized 
statement from a physician is necessary. 


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY

Allen Park Housing Commission
17000 Champaign 
Allen Park, MI  48101-1778
Phone: 313-928-5970

Dearborn Housing Commission
13615 Michigan Ave.  2nd floor
Dearborn, MI  48125-3545
Phone: 313-943-2390

Dearborn Heights Housing Commission
26155 Richardson
Dearborn Heights, MI  48127
Phone: 313-277-7844

Detroit Housing Commission
1301 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-877-8000

Ecorse Housing Commission
266 Hyacinth 
Ecorse, MI  48229-1629
Phone: 313-381-9393

Hamtramck Housing Commission
13725 John R 
Highland Park, MI  48203-3155
Phone: 313-868-4500

Inkster Housing Commission
4500 Inkster
Inkster, MI  48141-3068
Phone: 313-561-2600

Lincoln Park Housing Commission
1370 Electric
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone: 313-388-4660

Livonia Housing Commission
19300 Purlingbrook 
Livonia, MI  48152-1948
Phone: 248-477-7086
Website: http://ci.livonia.mi.us/tabid/38/home/aspx

Melvindale Housing Commission
3501 Oakwood Blvd.
Melvindale, MI  48122-1181
Phone: 313-429-1095

Plymouth Housing Commission
1160 Sheridan 
Plymouth, MI  48170-1560
Phone: 734-455-3670 

Redford Housing Commission
12121 Hemingway
Redford, MI  48239
Phone: 313-387-2785

River Rouge Housing Commission
180 Visger 
River Rouge, MI  48218-1159
Phone:  313-382-1414

Rockwood Housing Commission
32409 Fort 
Rockwood, MI  48173-111
Phone: 734-379-9700

Romulus Housing Commission
34200 Beverly 
Romulus, MI  48174-4444
Phone: 734-729-5389

Taylor Housing Commission
15270 S. Plaza Dr.
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone: 734-287-9460

Wayne Housing Commission
4001 S. Wayne 
Wayne, MI   48184-2100
Phone:  734-721-8602

Westland Housing Commission
32715 Dorsey 
Westland, MI  48185
Phone:  734-595-0288

AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR SENIORS
Phone: 800-593-3052
Website: www.csi.coop
Membership is $100 in lieu of security deposit. Adults 62 years and older may apply.  
Applicants not aged 62 years or older who are verified mobility impaired are also eligible.  


LENAWEE COUNTY 

Lenawee Emergency and Affordable Housing Corporation      
See above! 


MACOMB COUNTY

Macomb Resources
Website:  http://macombresources.info
Check this site which lists many different resources for those in Macomb County.

The Baptist Manor
Phone: 248-626-6100
Multi-faith based organization that provides affordable, quality housing and personal 
care to senior citizens.

MORC Inc.  Macomb County office
16200 Nineteen Mile 
Clinton Twp., MI  48038
Phone: 810-263-8700
Housing for Disabled--see listing below!


MONROE COUNTY

Bedford Twp. Housing Commission                             
3745 Lewis Ave.     
Temperance, MI  48182-9357
Phone:  734-847-3950    Senior Preference

Ivor Lindsey Apartments
8745 Lewis Ave.
Temperance MI  48182
Phone: 734-847-3950    Seniors Preference

Highland Terrace Apartments
625 Rawson 
Dundee, MI  48131
Phone:  734-529-3295   For Families           

Dundee Housing Commission                 
501 Rawson 
Dundee, MI  48131-1073
Phone:  734-529-2828    

Carleton Apartments
325 Kent 
Carleton, MI  48117
Phone:  734-654-8048     For Families
&
Carleton Co-Op
188 Center 
Carleton, MI  48117
Phone: 734-654-0150      For Elderly Only

FrenchtownPlace
1201 N. Macomb Street
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-241-8500      For Elderly Only
&
Park West Club Apartments
1621 Park West Dr.
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-457-4100       For Families

Luna Pier Housing Commission   
Lotus Manor              
For Families and Senior-Disabled           
10885 Ellen 
Luna Pier, MI  48157-9794
Phone:  734-848-2355

Milan Canfield Crossing
409 Canfield
Milan, MI  48160
Phone: 734-439-7422      For Families
&
Milan Village Apartments
27 Hurd 
Milan, MI  48160
Phone: 734-439-8179      For Elderly Only

Monroe Housing Commission
River Park Plaza
20 N. Roessler     For Senior Disabled
Monroe, MI  48162-2463
Phone: 734-242-5880
&
Greenwood Townhouses
900 Greenwood Ave.
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-242-5880      For Families
&
Village Pines of Monroe
1600-A Park Court
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-243-5500      For Families
&
Woodcraft Square
800 West Seventh 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-242-8780      For Seniors Preferably; Families
&
Charring Square
6123 Greenwyke Blvd.   Section 8 and partial subsidy
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-241-5420      For Families
&
Greenwyke Commons I
6112 Greenwyke Blvd.
Monroe, MI  48161           For Families
Phone: 734-242-0600
&
Mable H. Kehres Apartments
15275 S. Dixie Hwy.
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-241-6222      For Seniors preferably; disabled
&
Petersburg Apartments
101 W. Madison
Petersburg, MI  49270
Phone: 734-279-2717      For Families
&
Creekside Apartments
(behind The Lutheran Home)
1450 S. Monroe 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-241-3906    


OAKLAND COUNTY

MORC Inc. / Oakland County 
1270 Doris 
Auburn Hills MI  48326
Phone: 866-754-3398
&
Macomb County 
16200 Nineteen Mile   
PO Box 380710
Clinton Twp., MI  48038
Phone: 866-807-6940
Email:  publicaffairs@morcinc.org
Website:  www.morcinc.org
Disability Housing.

The ARC of Oakland County
1641 W. Big Beaver 
Troy, MI  48084
Phone: 248-816-1900
Website: www.thearcoakland.org

Jewish Apts. and Services 
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
15000 W. 10 Mile 
Oak Park, MI  48337
Phone:  248-592-1102
Website: www.jewishdetroit.org
Supportive housing for older adults, 1 kosher meal a day, housekeeping, transportation, 
case manager


WASHTENAW COUNTY

Housing Access of Washtenaw County
Phone: 734-961-1999
Website: http://www.housingaccess.net
HAWC is Washtenaw County's central intake for individuals and families who are homeless or 
at risk of homelessness. Residents of Washtenaw County may call HAWC for housing assistance, information and/or a referral. HAWC serves as the first point of access to address housing needs. 
If you are homeless or experiencing a housing crisis, please call!

Avalon Housing
1327 Jones Dr. 
Ann Arbor, MI  48105 
Phone: 734-663-5858 
Website: https://www.avalonhousing.org/our-work/#section-4
For over 25 years, Avalon Housing has been Washtenaw County’s leading provider of Supportive Housing. Supportive housing is a combination of affordable housing and support services that 
helps people achieve housing stability and lead healthier, productive lives. We provide supportive housing for people who have been chronically homeless and who have behavioral and physical 
health challenges, including mental illness and substance use disorders.

Peace Neighborhood Center 
1111 N. Maple 
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, families meet regularly 
with Peace staff members to come up with an action plan to address their issues and attain
self-sufficiency.  
























For Persons Diagnosed with HIV or AIDS
Do you need help paying rent in Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland or St. Clair Counties?

The Warren-EMA Tenant Based Rental Assistance Program is a federally-funded program that assists you in paying your 
rent if your income falls within allowable limits.  A waiting list is being established 
for qualified applicants. If you wish to 
have an application mailed to you, please call 586-574-4680 and leave your name 
and address on the answering machine.

United Community Housing Coalition
220 Bagley   #224
Detroit, MI  
Phone: 313-963-3298  or 313-963-3310
Email:  uchc123@sbcglobal.net
Website: www.uchcdetroit.org
Appointments are held on Tuesdays 
& Wednesdays only. Also assists with security deposits and furniture!

CO-OP Senior Apartments / Cooperative 
Communities / Affordable Housing 
Phone:  800-593-3052  TDD: 800-348-7011
Email:  seniorhousing@csi.coop
Website:  www.csi.coop
Non-profit housing for seniors in various Michigan communities. Nationally recognized as a Community of Quality 
by the National Affordable Housing Management Association.  Most utilities 
are free and rental subsidy is available!.
Must be at least 62 years old (55 at some locations). Democratic control, voluntary membership and community events. 

Lincoln Park Tower   
1356 Electric
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone:  313-388-4660  TTY: 800-989-1833
Email: 
info@lincolnparkhousingcommission.com 
Website: 
www.lincolnparkhousingcommission.com 
For persons age 50 and over with rental 
rate based on income! Heat, water, electric and maintenance included. 

Stapleton Center      
Adult Well-Being Services
9341 Agnes
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone: 313-825-2492
Website:  www.awbs.org 
Studio & one bedroom Independent 
Senior Living Apt.s....Affordable 
housing for individuals and couples 
age 55 and older with all utilities in-
cluded as well as 3 meals daily. 
Secured grounds with security 
personnel, scheduled transportation, handicap accessible and other social services are available!  

Community Housing Network, Inc. 
35425 W. Michigan Ave. #3649
Wayne, MI  48184
Phone:  734-419-7538
Email:  generalmail@chninc.net
Website:
www.communityhousingnetwork.org/hrc
At Community Housing Network (CHN), 
we are passionate advocates, devoted to providing homes for people in need and access to resources to create sustainable communities. We do this through proven strategies of homelessness prevention, housing assistance and development, community education and referral, advocacy, and additional services
This page was last updated: December 25, 2020
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