CLOTHING RESOURCES
     (Free or Low-Cost)

ADULT WORK CLOTHING RESOURCES

THREADS FOR SUCCESS
27740 Franklin Rd
Southfield, MI  48034
Phone: 248-763-0170
Website: https://www.threadsforsuccess.org
Threads for Success (formerly Project Pinstripe) is a collaboration among Detroit-area professionals
who understand that mentorship and encouragement can help shift the perspective of young men –
opening their eyes to what their futures can hold.They share their experience and expertise with
young men who may not have professional role models to help them develop the confidence and
self-esteem they will need to succeed in life after high school.
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Threads for Success (formerly Project Pinstripe) prepares young men to transition from high school
to adulthood. With coaching, guidance and mentorship by local professionals, they learn to believe
in their future selves – and in their ability to succeed in a professional environment. Open only to
High School Seniors!

Dress for Success
PO Box 980138
5361 McAuley Drive      Currently closed during the pandemic!
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone:  734-712-0517
Email:  michigan@dressforsuccess.org
Website:  www.dressforsuccess.org
Business clothing for women only. Call for an appointment and bring a referral letter with you.
Hours are Wednesdays,Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Other hours may be
arranged by appointment. Open to residents of other counties as well.

Jackets for Jobs
5555 Conner  Suite 2087
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone:  313-579-9160
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7800 W. Outer Dr. Suite 325
Detroit, MI  48235
Phone: 313-766-5407
Website: https://jacketsforjobs.org
Mission:
Our mission is to provide career skills training, employment etiquette and professional clothing
to job seekers. To fulfill this vision, we provide our clients with top-notch interview training from
experienced professionals and by providing high quality clothing to job seekers that will impress
any employer.

Chrysalis Boutique
15100 Northline Road
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone:  734-362-7048  OR  734-362-7070   TTY:  1-800-649-3777
Website: www.dccwf.org
Provides new and gently-used work-appropriate clothing and accessories to eligible low-income
women and men entering or returning to the workforce. This is free to them as long as there is
a referral from a partner human services agency, workforce development program or other non-
profit agency. The boutique is NOT open to the public.

CAREER DRESS
55 W. Huron Street       
Pontiac,  MI  48342
Phone:  248-481-8276
Email:  info@careerdress.org
Website: https://www.careerdress.org
CAREER DRESS assists clients by referral only (now accepting self referrals), and women must
have a job interview scheduled or be in a job-training program before receiving clothing. Our
clients come to us from over 75 different agencies, including State of Michigan Welfare-to Work
programs, Michigan Rehabilitation Services, Department of Human Services, Homeless, Domestic
Abuse, and Drug Rehabilitation facilities.
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On the initial visit, women are fitted with new undergarments. They are then given one complete
interview outfit along with accessories, appropriate for the industry in which they are interviewing.
When a job is secured, women may return to Career Dress for two additional outfits that can be
mixed and matched to make several outfits, providing them with the foundation for a professional
wardrobe. (Note: Career Dress also provides appropriate clothing for a variety of industries,
including scrubs for the medical fields, uniforms for restaurant workers, work boots, etc.).

Turning Point / Second Hand Rose Thrift Shop
158 S. Main
Mount Clemons, MI
Phone:  586-468-3083
Website: https://turningpointmacomb.org/resale
Second Hand Rose provides free goods to survivors, affordable merchandise to the community,
and revenue to support the programs of Turning Point. Your donations and shopping dollars
assist Turning Point with their mission to end Domestic and Sexual violence.

Career Corner
Rochester Area Neighborhood House Inc.  (RANH)
1234 Inglewood
Rochester, MI  48307
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44 Mill Street  Under the Main Street Bridge  (Career Corner Clothes Closet)
Rochester, MI  48308-011
Phone:  248-651-5836
Website: https://www.ranh.org/contact-us
The public is welcome to come and shop for clothing, accessories, and households items
at a fraction of other store’s prices.The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet provides
clothing and household items for free to our neighbors in need, helping them on their
path to self-sustainability. Not only does the Neighborhood House Clothes Closet have
very affordable clothing, but all the proceeds help keep us open for our clients in need
of clothing assistance. 



DRESSES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS!

5th Annual Deja vu Prom Dress Resale             
Grosse Ile Golf and Country Club
9339 Bellevue Road
Grosse Ile,  MI
This regional event serves Downriver and the surrounding areas, providing sellers the
opportunity to earn 70 percent of what their dress sells for, or purchase a “like new”
gown at reduced prices.
At the end of the sale, dresses may be reclaimed or donated to girls in need.

Macomb Intermediate School District                 
44001 Garfield
Clinton Twp., MI
Phone: 586-228-3469   Karen
"Best Dressed" formal resale event!  Formal wear & accessories at affordable prices!

Lutheran High School South                                 
8210 N. Telegraph Rd.,
Newport, MI
Phone:  734-586-8832   Leave a message!
Email: lbosmen2@charner.net   Lynette
Dresses in a variety of sizes, styles and prices will be available for purchase.This is
a cash-only sale, no checks or credit cards. Donated dresses left over will be distributed
to girls in need in the Monroe and Downriver areas.

Becca's Closet                  
Locations: Bay City, Detroit, Saginaw
Website: www.beccascloset.org

This non-profit organization, Fairy Godmothers Inc., collects new and gently worn formal
dress and accessories and offers them to disadvantaged students.  For more details visit
http://www.ourfairygodmother.org/who-we-are

Also try www.glassslipperproject.org.

Cinderella's Closet is for teen girls who attend school in Taylor, MI and have a financial need
for  a very low-cost dress. Inquire at Truman High School in Taylor. Cinderella's Closet is usually
held at the Taylor Sportsplex. 

The Brides Project
1689 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor,  MI  48105
Phone:  734-506-8271
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/thebridesproject?fref=ts

Brides Against Breast Cancer Charity Wedding Gown Sale
This sale is taken to about 36 cities around the country each year. and brides-to-be get to choose from
among  1,500 to 2,000 gowns, all available at bargain-basement prices. Gowns valued at up to $4,000
typically sell for $49 to $599. Those originally priced at 4,000 to $10,000 sell for $399 to $999.  A pink
breast cancer awareness ribbon is fastened to the interior bodice of each gown.  Slips, shoes and
veils are also donated and individuals and businesses donate diamond and estate jewelry, which is
appraised and sold on tour and online at www.bridesagainstbreastcancer.org  The money raised is
used by the nonprofit  Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation to grant wishes to those women
diagnosed with breast cancer (similar to the Make A Wish Foundation for children).  Email at moreinfoplease@bridesabc.org.

Clothes Exchange
34346 Utica Road
Fraser, MI 
Phone: 586-415-4495
Selection of slightly used bridal gowns, veils, flower girl and mother of the bride dresses. Prices are
about
one-third of regular retail with gowns ranging from $98 to $598.

Every Girls Dream, Inc.                          
P.O. Box 372
Eastpointe, MI  48021
Email: dreams@everygirlsdream.org
Website:  www.everygirlsdream.org
At Every Girl's Dream, our mission is to provide a beautiful wedding gown to brides undergoing
financial hardship in the S.E. Michigan area.  We have a variety of gorgeous gowns in every size
and style.Through the generous donations of community partners we're working to make every
girl's dream come true. Our goal is to provide a free wedding gown that matches each bride's
personal style. All donations are tax-deductible. 

Rosebuds Consignment Bridal
7655 Highland Road
Waterford, MI 
Phone:  248-666-3035
Has wedding gowns from $199 to $399. This boutique has a selection of once-worn bridesmaid dresses
for $100. You can order additional sizes for your bridal party. Prices include alterations and cleaning.

Once Again Bridal Shop
34312 Harper Ave.
Clinton Twp., MI
Phone: 586-792-1736
Has stylish gowns, which are 3 years old or newer. It has designer sample gowns from closed boutiques.

Bellocchio Upscale Resale
25519 Woodward Ave.
Royal Oak, MI 
Phone: 248-541-8025
A shop that sells everything from suits to ball gowns.

Brides Across America
28 W. Main
Georgetown,  MA  01833
Phone: 617-877-6396
Email: info@bridesacrossamerica.com
Website:  www.bridesacrossamerica.com
Free wedding gowns for active-duty servicewomen (or brides of active-duty servicemen) who have served
within the past 5 years in Iraq, Afghanistan or Qatar or will be deployed there in the next 18 months. Sizes
4-22 are available and are worth between $500 and $3000 and donated from many stores and designers. 
Events are held across the country yearly so please plan ahead and sign up early! 
All gowns are on a first-come, first-served basis.


ADULT & CHILDREN RESOURCES     MULTIPLE COUNTIES!

Goodwill Industries of S.E. Michigan
Administrative Office:
1357 Division
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-2135
Website:  http://goodwillsemi.org/retail-locations.htm
Multiple stores--see website above for thrift stores in your area!
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Goodwill of Detroit
Administrative Office:               
3111 Grand River Avenue                    
Detroit, MI  48208                              
Phone: 313-964-3900                       
Email:  info@goodwilldetroit.org
Website:  www.goodwilldetroit.org
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Upscale Thrift Store!
41937 Ford Road
Canton,  MI  48187
Phone:  734-981-1692


Salvation Army Thrift Store
33600 Plymouth Road
Livonia, MI  48150
Phone: 734-425-7573
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Salvation Army Thrift Store
43403 Joy Road
Canton, MI  48187
Phone: 800-728-7825
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St Vincent de Paul Society - Resurrection Conference
48755 Warren Road
Canton, MI  48187
Phone: 734-451-0444
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St Vincent de Paul - St Thomas a'Becket Conference
555 S. Lilley Road
Canton, MI  48188
Phone: 734-981-1333
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Society of St. Vincent dePaul
Administration:
Van Elslander Family Center
3000 Gratiot
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-972-3100  OR   313-393-2930
Website: http://svdpdet.org/thrift-stores/locations
Contact your local Catholic church that is a part of the St. Vincent dePaul Council to obtain
vouchers for clothing or household items. Serves multiple areas--see listings above! 
Call 877-788-4623 for the nearest Catholic parish to you that is a member of SVDP!
You can also speak with a store manager. 

Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan
3128 Walton Blvd.   PMB #247
Rochester, MI  48309
Phone: 248-656-0414
Email:  alsemich@gmail.com
Website:  www.semich.assistanceleague.org           National Website:  www.assistanceleague.org
Operates the Operation School Bell Program.  Every fall, children in need in the tri-county area
receive new winter wardrobes for school. This includes a new coat, hat, gloves, underwear,
socks, two tops, jeans, voucher for shoes, backpack with book and hygiene kit. Children are
treated to a one-day shopping trip after being referred by school districts in Wayne, Macomb
and Oakland counties. Since 1995, over 11,000 children from Pontiac, Detroit and the Warren-
Van Dyke school districts have been helped. 

Help's On The Way Food Pantry & Clothes Closet
5358 South Beech-Daly
Dearborn Heights,  MI  48125-1708
Phone:  313-908-7104  New phone number!
Contact:  Jack Schmidt
Website: http://www.helpsontheway.org
Thursdays 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (line starts at 5 p.m. and you must be in line no later than
7:30 p.m.)  Clothing & food for those who are poverty level. You do not need to live within
a specific zip code in order to receive help.

Helping Hand Thrift Shop
37510 West Huron River Drive
Romulus, MI  48174
Phone:  734-941-5323
Tuesday & Thursday 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Emergency clothing (also food)
Serves Romulus, Taylor, Wayne and Westland.
Need appointment and referral on letterhead from agency. No fees.

Perfecting Community Care Center       
7100 E. Davison
Detroit, MI 48212
Phone: 313-365-2273
Website:  www.perfectingcdc.org
The Community Care Center provides free food and clothing & basic needs and resources
to low-income citizens in the greater Metro Detroit Area in efforts to assist them in improving
socio-economic prosperity.

Perry Outreach Center          
2047 S. Beatrice
Detroit, MI 
Phone: 
St. Andrew Benedict: 313-381-1184
St. Mary Magdalen: 313-381-8566
St. Henry: 313-381-0711
Christ the Good Shepherd: 313-928-1324
St. Andre Bessette: 313-383-8514
People in need of help with food, utility bills, clothing, medical,household goods or other needs,
etc. can contact any of the five parishes above! This is open to people who reside within the
boundaries of the five parishes in S.W. Detroit; Lincoln Park, Ecorse, River Rouge, Melvindale
and Northern Allen Park.


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY:

The Guidance Center Family Resource Center  
Phone:   734-785-7705 x 7119
Website: www.guidance-center.org
Family Resource Centers in Southgate (The Aquinas Center), River Rouge (Walter White Community
Resource Center), Belleville, Romulas, Taylor, Lincoln Park and Flat Rock. The Aquinas Center does
have a small clothing closet but the one in River Rouge is the biggest.

Canton Christian Fellowship Clothing Bank
8775 Ronda Drive
Canton, MI  48187
Phone: (734) 404-2480
Email: info@cantoncf.org
Website:  www.cantoncf.org

First Presbyterian Thrift Store
331 N Main
Plymouth, MI 48170
Phone: 734-459-1250

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools - Clothing Bank
Salem High School
46181 Joy Road
Canton, MI 48187
Phone: 734-416-6179
Candidates must make an appointment for services and must be referred by a community agency/school

St. John Lutheran Church
23225 Gill Road
Farmington Hills, MI  48355
Phone: 248-474-0584 for appt.

MiMi's Mission                
20050 Vreeland Road
Woodhaven, MI  48183
Phone:  844-Hey-Mimi
Email:  info@mimismission.com
Website:  www.mimismission.com
Hours are Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Open to downriver families only.

FAITH UMC COMMUNITY CLOSET
2530 Charlton
Trenton, MI  48183
Providing quality used clothing to families in need FREE!
All sizes for men, women & kids. No appointment needed and please take only what you need.
Tuesdays & Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday 5 p.m. 7 p.m.

Friends & Family Community Thrift Store
24659 Gibraltar
Flat Rock, MI  48134
Cash only is accepted. Closed on Sundays!

Carlson Clothes Closet / Carlson High School
30550 W. Jefferson
Gibraltar, MI  48173
Phone:  734-379-7100
Website: http://www.gibdist.net
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CarlsonCloset
Clothing for the students of the Gibraltar district. 

Warrior Way Clothing Closet / Woodhaven High School
24787 Van Horn Road
Woodhaven, MI  48183
Phone: 734-783-3333
Website: http://whs.wbsd.co
Anyone in the community looking for clothes can come to the high school and go to the Main Office
where they will direct visitors where they need to go. Those who visit can go inside alone and pick
up what they need in private. 

Debbie's Closet
P.O. Box 2305
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone: 313-242-7260
Website: http://www.debbiescloset.org/?page_id=24
FacebooK: https://www.facebook.com/DebbiesCloset
Empowered by their love of people and fueled by the generosity of the global community, Debbie’s
Closet restores faith in the human condition by seeking out those experiencing great hardships
and providing them with life’s basic necessities, like food, shelter, and clothing."

Redford Interfaith Relief
18499 Beech Daly
Redford, MI  48240
Phone: 313-387-9802
Email: Sue@redfordinterfaithrelief.org
Website: www.redfordinterfaithrelief.org
The program is currently providing clothing to over 100 families every month and is based on our
referral system. Volunteers helping with this program will be responsible for taking donations and
sizes, labeling, and organizing all the clothing.They also assist visitors in fulfilling their individual
needs.Those qualifying for one of our food programs may also qualify for access to the Clothing
Closet. For questions, please fill out the provided form on the website!

St. Thomas Community Thrift Shop
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
2441 Nichols Drive  (use rear entrance of church)            
Trenton, MI  48183                                                                      
Phone:  734-671-8479
Website:  www.stthomastrenton.org
Clothing $4 a bag (no matter how full!), household goods, books; open to the public 9 a.m.
to noon Saturdays. Donations accepted. 
With referral from a social worker, may have one "free" visit to take what is needed.
Please come in no later than 11 a.m. in order to fully take advantage of what is in stock
and so the helpers can properly help you!

Community Lutheran Church                                                   
23984 Gibraltar Rd.                                                                           
Flat Rock, MI  48134                                                                         
Phone:  734-782-0563  Call First!
Website: www.clcflatrock.com
Clothing and food.  Wed. 10 to 2 p.m.  Primarily available to Flat Rock residents.

Dix United Methodist Church Thrift Shop                            
1911 Horger                                                                             
Lincoln Park, MI                                                                     
Phone:  313-386-3455     
9 a.m. to noon on Wednesdays.  

The Value Shop                        
Central United Methodist Church 
23 E. Adams      Fifth floor
Detroit,  MI 
Phone:  313-961-6193
Website:  www.centralumchurch.com   
Range of clothes at low prices or for free.  Open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday. 

New Hope Methodist Church
3401 Oakwood Blvd.
Melvindale, MI  48122
Phone:  313-383-6577
Last 2 Thursdays of the month.    Call for current times.
No referral needed but must bring proof of income. Diapers, baby formula and occasionally clothes. 
Also food bank.

Faith Christian Assembly             
Bread of Life Food & Clothing Outreach
25201 Outer Drive
Melvindale, MI  48122
Phone: 313-928-8305
Email:  faith@fcausa.org
Website: www.fcausa.org
Food and clothing to anyone in need the last Saturday of the month except for holiday months when
the dates are adjusted to before the holiday. 

West Road Assembly of God
31764 West Road
New Boston, MI 
Phone:  734-782-3747
Website:  www.westroadassemblyofgod.com

Evangel Baptist Church
16994 Telegraph Road
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  734-946-4121
Website:  www.evangelbaptist.com
Clothing (counseling & education also) for teen parents.

St. Phillip's Evangelical Lutheran Church Free Clothes Closet                         
​2884 E. Grand Blvd.
Detroit,  MI 
Phone:  313-872-1010
For women & children every Thursday noon until 2 p.m. and also every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Union Second Baptist Church    
Beechwood Center
421 Beechwood
River Rouge, MI 
Phone:  313-383-1558
Food and clothing give-away every 3rd Saturday 10 a.m.

PHG Urban Life Center              
​6495 W. Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI
Phone:  313-357-3152
Free clothing for men,women & children every Thursday from 10 a.m. until noon.
Closed on holidays. Free food baskets ALSO available every 3rd Saturday, pre-
registration required. Stop in or call for details. 


Destiny & Purpose Community Outreach
First Baptist World Changers International Ministries
Community Clothing Closet
PO Box 19119
22575 West 8 Mile Road
Detroit, MI  48219
Email: dapco1@sbcglobal.net
Website:  www.dapco.org

Runner for Christ Ministries
1125 Fort Street
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone:  313-381-9303
Website: www.rfcm.org

Detroit Friendship House
9540 Conant Street
Hamtramck, MI  48212-3540
Phone:  313-873-2007 (Family Shop) OR 313-871-7443
Website:  www.detroitfriendshiphouse.com  
Serves Hamtramck and nearby Detroit neighborhoods

Church of the Resurrection
27085 W. Outer Drive
Ecorse, MI  48229
Phone: 313-842-2289
Recently opened thrift shop and clothing for men, women and children. 
Clothing is $2 a bag. 


Cass Community Social Services
11850 Woodrow Wilson Street
Detroit, MI  48206
Phone:  313-883-2277
Website:  www.casscommunity.org


Crossroads Of Michigan--Main Office
2424 West Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone:  313-831-2000
Website: http://www.crossroadsofmichigan.org
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Crossroads Of Michigan--East Office
14641 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone:  313-822-5200
Both locations offer free clothing.  Call 1 day prior to make an appointment.


Capuchins
6333 Medbury
Detroit, MI  48211
Phone: 313-925-0514
Website:  www.cskdetroit.org
Emergency clothing.


PBJ Outreach Inc.
Our Lady of Good Counsel Church
1160 Penniman
Plymouth, MI  
Phone: 313-719-3421  Bernie
Email:  bdodyk@ameritech.net
             deacontimsullivan@gmail.com
Website: www.PBJOutreach.org
A diverse group of people volunteering their time and services to provide food, clothing and basic
social services to homeless and impoverished people of the Metro Detroit area including the Cass
Corridor section of inner city Detroit.  The group provides food and clothing for approximately 250
to 350 homeless people every Saturday morning. 


Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency
Cortland Compassionate Clothing Closet
138 Cortland
Highland Park, MI  48203
Phone:  313-388-9799
Website:  www.waynemetro.org
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to Noon and by appointment.


Community Closet @ Brillant Detroit Brightmoor
15509 Heydone
Detroit, MI  48223
Phone:  313-483-8896
Open Mondays at 4 p.m. and by appointment.


Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
150 Stinson
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone:  313-993-4700
Website: www.drmm.org

Hartford Agape House
18515 James Couzens Hwy.
Detroit, MI  48235
Phone:  313-861-1200
Services provided for the following zip code areas:  48221, 48219, 48235

AIDS Partnership of Michigan
2751 E. Jefferson  Suite 301
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone:  313-446-9800 OR 800-649-3777 (Relay)
Email:  info@aidspartnership.org
Website:  www.aidspartnership.org
Clothing for program participants.

Calvary's Coat Closet
Calvary Baptist Church
15221 Eureka Road
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone:  734-284-2811
Free coats, hats, gloves for those in need every fall.  

Abigail's Closet
Abundant Life Christian Center                        
25210 Grand River Ave.
Redford, MI  48240
Phone: 313-533-2640
Pastor Harold and Felicia Duncan welcome those in need to Abigail's Closet which features gently
used clothing for men, women and children.  Call the number above to make an appointment.

Matrix Human Services
13560 E. McNichols
Detroit, MI  48205
Phone: 313-526-4000
Website: www.matrixhumanservices.org

Community United Methodist Church
1160 Olive Street
Romulus, MI 48174
Phone:  734-941-0736

First Congregational Church
98 Superior
Wyandotte, MI  48192
Winter clothing /blankets/ sleeping bags given the 4th Saturday of the month,
October through March only.
Also social service referrals.

Redemption Helping Hands Mission Center           
1241 E. 7 Mile
Detroit,   MI  48091
Phone: 313-526-5631  OR  586-872-4032
Email:  redemptionlc@comcast.net
Has a Clothing Closet. 

Catholic Social Services
305 Michigan Ave.  10th Floor
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-237-5905
Website: www.aodonline.org/AODOnline/AODOnline.htm



LENAWEE COUNTY

Saline Social Service
224 W Michigan Ave.
Saline, MI  48176
Phone:  734-429-4570
Email: info@salinesocialservice.com
Website: https://salinesocialservice.com
What We Provide:
         instruments and supplies – as donated by churches, service organizations,
         foundations, and individuals



MACOMB COUNTY

Macomb Resources Info                          
Website:  http://macombresources.info
A new resource that lists all clothing resources available in Macomb County, including internet links to the 
mom-to-mom resale events, the new Clothing Swaps email group, free clothing for the homeless, outreach
at churches, DHS policy, career clothing and the addresses and phone numbers of the 20 thrift stores in
Macomb County.

God's Helping Hands of Michigan                  
1866 Star-Batt
Rochester Hills, MI  48309
Phone: 248-852-7400
Email:  godshelpinghands@comcast.net
Website:  http://www.orion.lib.mi.us/ghh/home.htm
Provides food and clothing to families in need in Lapeer, Macomb and Oakland counties.  A community
outreach coordinated by the Churches of Christ.   Anyone can receive help--church members, non-church
members and community people alike.  If you or someone you know needs assistance with food or clothing,
please contact us or come to the facility during open hours.


Live Rite Resale Shop
2770 Gratiot Ave.
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone: 586-217-5899
Open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Has a selection of gently-used clothing for men, women
and children.  Donation of $1.00 per item. Also has Vouchers available!


Immanuel's Angela Ministries
Roseville, MI
Phone:  586-420-8868 anytime


Trinity Lutheran Church
45160 Van Dyke (north of Hall Road)
Utica, MI
Phone:  586-731-4490 ext. 116  Dan Karlin
Email: tontois@hotmail.com (Dan)
Clothing each Sunday at Outreach event called SSS for Supper, Sack Lunch & Showers, 3:30 to 5 p.m.
Donates bulk amounts of donated clothing to ministries or agencies!  Call to inquire!


Second Hand Rose
158 S. Main Street
Mount Clemens,  MI 
Phone:  586-463-6990
Website:  www.turningpointinc.com
Operated by Turning Point, a Macomb County-based organization dedicated to survivors of domestic
violence and sexual assault.  Clients receive vouchers to shop in the store. Usually also has home goods,
toys, books, etc.  The shop is open to the public and all proceeds support Turning Point services.


Women Helping Others
435 Main Street
Rochester, MI 
Phone:  248-656-9946  To receive, call for details.
Website:  www.womenhelpingothers.net
Nonprofit Upscale resale shop donating a minimum of $20,000 per year to The Rainbow Connection;
a charity that grants wishes for children who are suffering from life-threatening or terminal illnesses. 
Clothing, furniture, home decor, art and jewelry.


The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet
44 Mill Street
Rochester, MI
Phone:  248-656-0230   To receive:  call 248-651-5836 for details
Website: www.ranh.org
Career clothes are available free to clients.  Sale of items open to the public on the second and last
Wednesdays of the month.   


Center Line Public Schools Clothes Closet
Phone: 586-510-2000
For those struggling to provide their families with the basics of daily living, the closet is being organized
by cadets in Center Line High School's Junior ROTC.  Any Center Line Public School family or resident
who wants to access the closet, will find clothing for infants, children, teenagers and adults.


St. Mark's Church
4257 Bart
Warren, MI
Phone: 586-759-3026
Open Tuesdays & Thursdays only from 10 a.m. to noon.  No residence restrictions. 


The Provident Corporation                      
New Mount Moriah Macomb Church
18600 Florence
Roseville,  MI  48066       
Phone: 1-888-519-9202
Website:  www.providenceministries.info
The Provident Corporation is a non-denominational, faith-based community organization that provides
clothing and food to those in need, jail diversion & community reintegration.  Free gently worn clothing
is available for men, women and children with no county restrictions 3 times a year.   No referrals needed. 


Bethel Lutheran Church              
26400 Little Mack
St. Clair Shores, MI
Phone:  586-778-0021
Website:  www.bethelscs.org
Clothing is provided at no charge for those in need on the first Saturday of every month from 10 a.m.
to 11 a.m.


St. Margaret of Scotland Church      
21201 13 Mile Road
St. Clair Shores, MI 
Phone:  586-293-2240
Accepts donations, and maintains a clothing closet which provides clothing for the homeless and
persons in need year-round.  Free clothing is provided Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to noon.
No residency requirements.


Community Connection Days           
Phone:  586-755-4129
Website:  http://macombresources.info  "Events and Flyers" for dates & locations
"Community Connection Days" are usually held several times per year for the homeless and low-income
persons in need.  They feature services from many helping agencies, free lunch, free clothing, haircuts,
health services.


Michigan Works!                     
Clinton Township
43630 Hayes Road, Suite 100
(north of 19 Mile Road)     (please come very early (before 8:30 a.m.) so as to not disturb interviews)
Phone:  586-263-1501
AND
Roseville                        
15950 12 Mile Road
(west of Grosebeck)     (ask at the front desk and they will take you back)
Phone:  586-447-9200
Two Michigan Works! Offices provides  a clothes closet of career clothing for interviews or work for
people seeking employment or starting a new job.  The clothes closets are replenished by donations.


Good Shepherd Coalition
33222 Grosebeck 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 Coalition will assist
people when the social services agencies are unable to provide help.



MONROE COUNTY

Oaks Village Clothing Closet
924 E. 2nd Street
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone: 734-244-5444
Website: https://www.oaksvillage.net/human-services-1
Oaks is committed to providing clothing, household essentials, and education to the community
of Monroe. We accept and provide gently used coats, clothes, undergarments, bedding, towels,
toiletries, cleaning supplies, food, and monetary donations. Oaks also collaborates with several
different agencies to serve as an educational hub.
SERVICES
Oaks provides free clothes, coats, undergarments, shoes, accessories, toiletries, baby and household
items for those in need in the Monroe community. The closet has “dress for success” clothes and work
gear.
WHO
This service is free for anyone in need.


Hope Missionary Baptist Church / Hope's Closet        
6370 Jay Drive
Monroe, Michigan 48161
Phone:  734-308-2116
We give away clothing items free of charge. If we do not have what you need, we will make
every effort to get it for you. We are a small organization but we hope to make a big difference.
Open on Thursdays--call ahead for hours!


Damascus House Resale Shop
212 Smith Street
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-242-8136
Clothing and household goods are available for sale.  A limited number of pieces of clothing will be
provided to qualifying individuals who have a referral from an agency, depending on availability.


The Thrift Shop
119 S. Monroe Street
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-242-1082
Clothing is available for sale--or provided to qualifying individuals who have a referral from an agency.


The Salvation Army
815 East First Street
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-0404
Clothing is distributed each Wednesday morning at their site at 1018 East Second Street, Monroe. 


Eagles Nest Church
620 E. Fourth Street
Monroe MI 
Phone: 734-625-4997  Rev. Bonnie Frey
"Wings" is a volunteer project that provides clothes, household items, coats and food
to the needy on a weekly basis.....call the current church distribution days.


Trinity Lutheran Church
313 Scott Street
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-242-2308
Limited availability of relief funding for clothing.  Must have been a resident of Monroe County
for at least one year.




OAKLAND COUNTY

See God's Helping Hands of Michigan under Macomb County!

Legacy Clothing Boutique      
Christian Tabernacle Church
26555 Franklin Road (at Telegraph)
Southfield,  MI 
Phone:  248-213-4770
Website:  http://christiantabernacle.homestead.com
Provides women with clothing in an upscale setting. 

Spiritual Care of Southfield                    
17356 Lathrup St.  Suite 101    (Between Southfield Road & Greenfield)    
Southfield,  MI 
Phone:  248-996-9895
Email:  SpiritualCareofSouthfield@aol.com
Free new & slightly used clothes for low-income families and for those in need,
every Saturday by appointment between 12:00 and 3:00 p.m.


HOPE Closet
Royal Oak First  United Methodist Church     
320 W. Seventh Street
Royal Oak,  MI 
Phone:  248-347-1309
Website:  www.hopecloset.com
Provides young women with dresses to attend special events. 


Baldwin Center                    
212 Baldwin Avenue
Pontiac, MI
Phone: 248-332-3280  OR 248-332-6101 (main office)
Email:  baldwin@baldwincenter.org
Website:  www.baldwincenter.org
See website for current hours for the clothing closet. 


Rochester Area Neighborhood House  (RANH) Clothes Closet       
1234 Inglewood                                                                                
Rochester, MI  48307
Phone: 248-656-0230
Email: info@ranh.org       OFFERS BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLIES!
Website:  www.ranh.org
Also has a "Career Corner" with professional clothes!    Certain documentation is required--please
call for more information and current hours. Serves cities of Oakland County with these boundaries: 
Auburn Hills, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Township, Leonard & Lakeville.


Neighbor for Neighbor                    
P.O. Box 235
Davisburg, MI  48350
&
HART Community Center
495 Broadway
Davisburg, MI 
Phone:  248-634-0900
Email:  nfninc@netzero.net
Website: http://www.neighborforneighbor.net/index.html
Clothing distribution program that services Davisburg, Groveland, Holly, Rose, Springfield,
and parts of Independence Twp. and White Lake Twp.


Lighthouse of Oakland County
46156 Woodward Ave.
Pontiac, MI
Phone:  248-920-6000      Emergency Services:  248-920-6100
Website:  www.lighthouseoakland.org
Nonprofit provides services to low-income families in addition to clothing for women
going into the work force as part of its CareerDress program. 


South Oakland Shelter
431 N. Main Street
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone: 248-546-6566
Website:  www.south-oakland-shelter.org
Regular clothing as well as professional wear for those going to work. 


Affirmations
290 West 9 Mile Road
Ferndale, MI  48220
Phone:  800-398-GAYS (4297)
Website: www.GoAffirmations.org
Youth Clothes Closet: Clothing for young people ages 14-21.


Love INC of North Oakland County
PO Box 104
Lake Orion, MI  48361
Phone: 248-693-HELP (4357)
Website:  http://loveinc-noc.org/ministries
Clothing for adults and children.  Hours to pick out clothing are on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 12 p.m. until 3 p.m.  Must have referral and voucher from Clearinghouse to shop for clothes.


Community Sharing Northwestern Oakland County
2029 N. Milford Road
Highland, MI  48357
Phone: 248-889-0347
Website:  http://www.community-sharing.org/1/203/index.asp
Distribution of clothes six times per month and in emergencies.


Open Door Outreach Center
7170 Cooley Lake Road
Waterford, MI  48327
Phone: 248-360-2930
Email: opendoor4328@sbcglobal.net
Website: http://www.opendooroutreachcenter.com/
Provides service to families in Waterford, White Lake, West Bloomfield, Keego Harbor, Sylvan Lake,
Commerce, Walled Lake and parts of Wixom.  Referrals from other agencies are also accepted. 
Families who live outside their service area will find some help and referrals to agencies in their
home area.  Provides gently used-in season-clothing and shoes at no-cost to low-income families
or individuals.  Clothing is available in infant, children, teen and adult sizes.


Troy People Concerned
2045 Austin Dr.
Troy, MI  48083
Phone: 248-528-9199
Website:  www.tphelps.org


National Council of Jewish Women
Phone:  248-548-6664 (Berkley)  OR 248-542-2600  (Royal Oak)
Website:  www.ncjwgds.org


Catholic Charities of Genesse County  (may help those in Oakland County)
Administrative Office:
901 Chippewa
Flint, MI  48503
Phone:  810-232-9950  OR  810-239-4417 (bi-lingual)
Website:  www.catholiccharitiesflint.org


Active Faith Community Services        
401 S. Washington
PO Box 188
South Lyon, MI 48178
Phone: 248-437-9790
Website:  http://www.activefaithcs.org/1/230/index.asp
​Our mission is to provide long term and temporary assistance to those who have fallen
on difficult times in hopes of returning them to the independent pursuit of their life’s goals.
​South Lyon
•New Hudson
•Salem
This 84 square mile area comes under 6 different municipalities.
You must live in the South Lyon School District.
1. South Lyon City
2. New Hudson
3. Lyon Township
4. Green Oak Township
5. Salem Township
6. Northfield Township


WASHTENAW COUNTY

NOTE:  See Active Faith Community Services directly above!

Ypsilanti Community School Clothes Closet
Chappelle Elementary
111 S. Wallace Blvd.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-244-2443
Website:
https://www.middlecities.org/single-post/2019/05/13/Ypsilanti-Community-Schools-Clothing-Closet
Ypsilanti Community Schools are going above and beyond to ensure that all students
have the amenities and clothing they need. Clothing Closet provided amenities & clothing
for children and youth in need, enrolled in the Ypsilanti Community School District may
use the Clothes Closet up to two times each school year.

The Thrift Shop of Ypsilanti
14 S. Washington
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-483-1226
Website: https://www.ypsithriftshop.org
The Ypsilanti Thrift Shop has been serving our community since 1942. We are a group
of dedicated volunteers who work together to meet our major goals:
         clothing items are priced between $2 and $5
         items, and countertop appliances; books, CDs and records and tapes; holiday items; toys; 
         sewing and knitting supplies and craft items.

Ann Arbor Thrift Shop
3500 Washtenaw Ave.  Suite K
Ann Arbor, MI   48104
Phone: 734-662-6771
Website: http://www.annarborthriftshop.org
We provide emergency social service aid through the sale of donated gently used clothing,
housewares and other items. Our 300-plus members accept, sort, price and sell thousands
of donated goods in our retail shop each month.
&
Welcome! Shop with us for quality merchandise at an affordable price. Your purchase supports
emergency social service aid to the Ann Arbor community. Thank you for shopping and donating
with us.
At the Shop
New and gently used clothing and accessories for women, men and children • Home decor,
house wares, china and linens • antiques, art, vintage treasures and collectibles • Books, DVDs,
and CDs

Ann Arbor Community Center / Always Available Caring Closets
Administrative Center:
625 N. Main
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-662-3128
Website: https://annarbor-communitycenter.org/always-available-caring-closets
Always Available Caring Closets, located in Title 1 Schools, are stocked with snacks and food,
school supplies and homework packs, clothing, and hygiene products.Teachers are able to
get items from the Caring Closet for students that are in need. We restock the Caring Closets
regularly so that students from families that need assistance have the supplies they need to
succeed.

Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop
2280 S. Industrial
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-996-9155
Website: https://www.a2ptothriftshop.org/about-us
We are a local, nonprofit thrift shop promoting equity in our community by supporting Ann
Arbor Public Schools’ parent teacher organizations and student activities.

Brown Chapel AME Church
1043 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-482-7050
Email: brownchapel@bcamecy.org
Website: https://www.bcamecy.org/https://www.bcamecy.org
Free used clothing to those in need.

Emmanuel Lutheran Church Clothes Closet
201 N. River
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone: 734-482-7121
Email: ClothesCloset@emmanuelypsi.org
Website: https://www.emmanuelypsi.org/content.cfm?page_content=announcement_include.
cfm&announcement_id=110
Anyone can come once a month for a bag of free clothes. No referral necessary.
If you need clothes and cannot make it to the church, please email with your list
of needs including sizes and you will be contacted as soon as possible to arrange
a pick-up if items are available.

Faith in Action
603 S. Main Street
Chelsea, MI  48118
Phone: 734-475-3305
Website: https://www.faithinaction1.org/programs-services
Donated from local sources and shared with area families, the clothing room is available
to anyone free of charge. Whether you’re starting up a new household or simply stretching
limited resources, you may shop at the FIA Clothing Room every two weeks up to 12 times
each year, 3 grocery bags of items/visit. An average of 10-15 family groups shop the Clothing
Room each day. Call for days and hours or check the website!

House by the Side of the Road
2051 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-769-4085
Email: housebyroad@gmail.com
Website: https://www.housebythesideoftheroad.org
House by the Side of the Road’s purpose is to provide adequate clothing and small household
items at no charge to children and adults. These services are free to clients with limited funds
for clothing, bedding, and other household essentials. People come in after family breakup, job
loss, fire, or prolonged illness. We also serve those who are homeless, those who are just re-
entering society from prison, people with mental health issues, recent immigrants, and migrant
workers.

Kiwanis Thrift Sale
1000 N. Staebler   Suite C
Ann Arbor, MI   48103
Phone:  734-368-9738  OR for pickup, call: 734-665-0450
Website:  https://kiwanissale.com
It is Ann Arbor’s great thrift sale. Everything from antiques and furniture to clothing, electronics,
crafts, and jewelry, plus an excellent inventory of books and music.Big selections of housewares,
dishes, garden tools, and sporting goods. Free parking and handicapped accessible. The Kiwanis
Thrift Sale is staffed by Kiwanis members and volunteers.

St. Vincent DePaul
1001 Broadway
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone: 734-761-1400
Website: https://stthomasannarbor.org/l3-ministries/st-vincent-de-paul
We provide clothing, shoes, jewelry, and home goods at reasonable prices.

AID IN MILAN
89 W. Main S
Milan, MI  48160
Phone: 734-439-8420
Email: info@aidinmilan.org
Website: www.aidinmilan.org
Aid in Milan collaborates with local organizations and community members to provide seasonal
support to families in need. This support is available to enrolled clients and those referred to us
by partner agencies.
Our most popular programs include:
To enroll, please submit a completed intake form, and provide
        (such as a recent utility bill or a lease agreement)
        or DHHS determination paperwork)






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