CLOTHING RESOURCES
       (Free or Low-Cost)

ADULT WORK CLOTHING RESOURCES 

THREADS FOR SUCCESS
27740 Franklin 
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 Dr.      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 arran-
ged 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
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 exper-
ienced professionals and by providing high quality clothing to job seekers that will impress any em-
ployer.

Chrysalis Boutique
15100 Northline
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone:  734-362-7048  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      (Re-opening May 4th, 2021)
55 W. Huron        
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone:  248-481-8276
Email: info@careerdress.org  
Website: https://www.careerdress.org
If you are unfamiliar with CareerDress, we are an entirely volunteer run non-profit located in Pontiac. CareerDress operates with the mission of promoting the economic independence of low to moderate
income women living in Southeast Michigan. Since opening its doors in 2016, CareerDress has helped 
over 1,400 women improve their chances of obtaining and maintaining employment by providing inter-
view outfits, as well as employment related needs such as scrubs in various colors and non-skid/steel
toe shoes. The CareerDress boutique is stocked with clothing ranging in sizes from 00 to 6X. Upon their 
first visit, participant will receive a new bra and panties, shoes, purse, jewelry, toiletries,
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You will need a referral form from an agency you are working with. All participants must be actively 
seeking employment or be currently employed and financially in need of work clothing. The completed
form may be faxed or sent via email. Upon receipt of the referral form, we will contact the participant 
to confirm clothing needs and preferences, sizes and an appointment date/time. Participants should anticipate appointments to last approximately 1 hour. The boutique is open on Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Thursday at 10:00 A.M with the last appointment scheduled for 1:00 P.M.
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We are excited to announce we have partnered with the Women's Fund and Community Foundation 
of Greater Rochester to create our "Motoring Women through Unemployment" program which enables 
us to provide our participants with transportation assistance.   

Turning Point / Second Hand Rose Thrift Shop 
158 S. Main 
Mount Clemens, 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
&
44 Mill    (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.  


ADULT & CHILDREN RESOURCES      MULTIPLE COUNTIES!

Goodwill Industries of S.E. Michigan
Website: https://www.goodwill.org/locator/?cat=3
Goodwill Stores are located in many areas....please see the website above for all of the locations 
AND to shop online! 

St.Vincent dePaul Detroit
3000 Gratiot Ave.
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-393-2930    1-877-ST VINCE (1-877-788-4623)
Website: https://svdpdetroit.org/stores
We offer a great variety of items from designer clothing, to furniture, new mattresses, household 
goods and cleaning products. Shopping at a St. Vincent dePaul Store is a great way to save money 
and give back to your community because every purchase you make goes right back into our work 
of helping our neighbors in need. Military Discount: Those who have served or are currently serving
in the Military receive a 25% discount on donated goods with valid ID any day. Wednesday is Seniors 
Day (55 yr. young plus): Take an extra 25% discount on donated goods. 
Located in Wayne, Macomb, Oakland and St. Clair counties.

Grace Centers of Hope Thrift Stores 
Administrative Office: 
35 E. Huron 
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-334-7939   855-HELP-GCH
Website: https://www.gracecentersofhope.org/Thrift-Stores
At each of our stores, you will find spotless showrooms, a cheerful environment, and a courteous
staff ready and willing to help. So if you haven't already, please check us out and, by all means, 
consider a donation of gently-used items today. Just click on the box below or on the appropriate 
boxes to the right. You'll have the satisfaction knowing that your help actually transforms lives.
Stores are located in Macomb & Oakland Counties!

Help's On The Way Food Pantry & Clothes Closet 
5358 S. Beech-Daly
Dearborn Heights, MI  48125-1708
Phone:  313-908-7104   
Contact:  Jack Schmidt 
Website: https://helpsontheway.org/contact/food-clothing-center.html
Help’s on the Way provides food and clothing to families in need. In addition, we also coordinate 
three “Special Programs” each year to stock the shelves with specific supplies that are helpful 
to the community.
Spring…Help’s on the Way organizes a “Food Collection Program” to restock our pantry after 
the demanding winter. We are here to make sure no one in your family goes hungry.
Summer…A new school year can be a huge stress on struggling families. Help’s on the Way 
reduces the stress by providing costly school supplies to those in need. Let our “School 
Supplies Program” help you get your kids off to a great start!
Fall…No one should be left out in the cold. Our “Coat and Blanket Program” will help to keep 
your family warm this winter by providing new and/or gently used coats and blankets in the fall.

Helping Hand Thrift Shop
37510 W. Huron River Dr.
Romulus, MI  48174
Phone: 734-941-5323
Emergency clothing (also food)
Serves Romulus, Taylor, Wayne and Westland. Need appointment and referral on letterhead 
from agency. No fees.

Perry Outreach Center           
12047 Miami
Detroit, MI  48217
Phone:  313 -749-7324
Email: rmosley@perryoutreach.org
Website: http://perryoutreach.org
The Perry Outreach Center serves the parish communities of:
Spirit-Filled Community
The Perry Outreach Center is a resource center for people in need who are trying to recover
a life that has been impaired.

AID IN MILAN 
89 W. Main 
Milan, MI   48160 
Phone: 734-439-8420
Email: info@aidinmilan.org
Website: https://aidinmilan.org/seasonal-support
1. Winter clothing: coats, hats, scarves, and gloves
Must have proof of residence in the Milan Area School District or in the 48160 ZIP code (such 
as a recent utility bill or a lease agreement). Milan is located in both Monroe & Washtenaw Co. 


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY: 

Detroit Phoenix Center 
8801 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: 313-482-0916
Email: Info@detroitphoenixcenter.org
Website: http://www.detroitphoenixcenter.org
​A low barrier, safe space for young adults, ages 18-24 who are at risk of and/or currently 
experiencing homelessness. 
Young adults can access:
1.   Showers
2.   Meals
3.   Laundry Services
4.   Transportation Assistance
5.   Basic need items and clothing
6.   Career readiness, life skills and educational workshops
7.   Housing crisis support through partner organizations
8.   Computer lab available for Online school courses, homework, job searching and 
      resume development, art projects, and networking
Tuesday - Thursday 11:00 am -3:00 pm
18-24 years of age (Opportunity Youth)
&
Tuesday - Thursday 4:00 pm -8:00 pm
13-18 years of age (High School Students)
​&
Fridays by appointment only*
Please bring a form of ID when visiting ABRC
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R.I.S.E Emergency Services Fund:
An emergency services fund reserved for providing youth and young adults immediate respite 
from the elements using housing vouchers and support with basic needs that can prevent 
homelessness.

First Presbyterian Thrift Store
331 N Main 
Plymouth, MI 48170
Phone: 248-719-3378
Website: http://fpcp.net/serve/thrift-shop
The Thrift Shop has traditionally sold gently used merchandise, including in-season clothing, 
shoes, purses, art, books, house wares and knickknacks at very affordable prices.  

Plymouth-Canton Community Schools - Clothing Bank
Salem High School
46181 Joy 
Canton, MI  48187
Phone: 734-416-6179
Website: 
https://www.pccsk12.com/departments/educational-excellence-foundation/p-ccs-clothing-bank
Mission Statement
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Clothing Bank provides FREE clothing to families 
in need. Our goal is to provide the needy children in our school district with clothing that is 
similar to the apparel of their peers at school.
Who is eligible to receive clothing?
Families and individuals in the community demonstrating financial need are eligible for free 
clothing. Students and families can be referred by any school staff member. Members of the 
community can be referred by a local agency such as the Salvation Army, United Way, a chu-
rch or other agencies that deal with human welfare services. Clients with referrals must make 
an appointment by calling the Clothing Bank telephone number 734-416-6179. They do not take 
“drop-in" clients.

MiMoz Clothez
Wayne-Westland School District 
Phone: 734-751-2379  734-341-4374 
Email: miMozclothez@hotmail.com 
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mimozclothez.closet

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.  

St. Mary's Clothing Closet
Housed in the former St. Mary School
32477 Church
Rockwood, MI  48173
Phone: 734-277-5620
Website: http://www.stmaryannunciation.org/clothing-closet.html
We have 2 rooms of clean gently used clothing available for those in need. There is a never 
a charge and no residency requirement. We are open the First and Third Saturday of each 
month from 10-1 or by appointment. Please call 734-277-5620 to schedule an appointment if 
you are not able to come on Saturday.

Faith United Methodist Church / Community Closet 
2530 Charlton
Trenton, MI  48183
Phone: 734-671-5211     Clothing Closet: 313-618-4971
Website: https://www.trentonfaith.com/announcements
Open on Tuesdays from 11 am to 1 pm & 5 pm to 7 pm and Thursdays from 11 am to 1 pm

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: http://www.redfordinterfaithrelief.org/client-services.html
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!

Community Lutheran Church                                                    
23984 Gibraltar                                                                            
Flat Rock, MI  48134                                                                          
Phone:  734-782-0563  
Website: https://www.clcflatrock.com/helping-hands
Helping Hands is open every Wednesday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and is only available to Flat Rock 
residents. 

L.A.H.C.
5275 Kenilworth 
Dearborn, MI 48126
Phone: 888-315-LAHC (5242)
Email: info@lahc.org
Website: https://lahc.org/humanservices
Provides warm clothing, blankets & Nutritional supplies in preparation of the winter season.

PHG Urban Life Center  (Power, Hope and Grace Bible Church)          
​6495 W. Warren Ave. 
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone:  313-895-7464   313-895-7464
Website: https://www.phgbc.org/urban-life-center
Clients visiting our clothing pantry will find an array of attractive, clean, seasonal clothing and footwear.

Crossroads Of Michigan--Main Office
2424 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone:  313-831-2000
Website: https://crossroadsofmichigan.org/programs-services
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Crossroads Of Michigan--East Office
14641 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone: 313-822-5200 
Crossroads Social Services Unit offers counseling and provides clients with material aid such as clothing.

Capuchin Soup Kitchen
1820 Mount Elliot
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone: 313-579-2100
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Capuchin Service Center
6333 Medbury
Detroit, MI 48211
Phone: 313-925-1370
Website: https://www.cskdetroit.org
The clothing distribution area provides a "retail" feel to the shopping experience and distributes over 
1,700 articles of clothing each day. 

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. 

UNIFIED / Exchanging Hands Clothing Closet 
Detroit Office:
3968 Mt. Elliott 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-446-9800
&
Ypsilanti Office:
2287 Ellsworth  Suite B
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Phone: 734-572-9355
Email: info@miunified.org
Website: http://miunified.org/Services/Care
The Exchanging Hands Clothing Closet is an independently funded and operated resource provided 
by UHHB for the exclusive use of servicing individuals in Detroit and surrounding Counties who are 
living with HIV. Some of the disparities our clients face are the lack of health insurance, low-to-no 
income, housing instability, substance and mental health support, and trauma. Exchanging Hands 
is geared towards boosting the morale of our clients by assisting them in feeling good about them-
selves by having a safe space to access nice outfits to look presentable in on the go or at work!

Detroit Friendship House
9540 Conant
Hamtramck, MI 48212
Phone: 313-871- 7443
Website: https://www.detroitfriendshiphouse.org/clothing-closet
Ever since 1975 when Friendship House opened its very own resale shop, we have been pro-
viding gently-used clothing and household items to the low-income families in Hamtramck. 
Although we do not have the capacity to operate a store, we still operate a Clothes Closet on 
site and give hundreds of articles of clothing away every year – including men’s, women’s, 
children’s, and baby clothes, hats, gloves, scarves, shoes, and boots. Also, several household 
items, toiletries, and accessories.

Owen's Community Closet and Food Pantry
45201 Owen 
Belleville, MI  48111
Phone: 734-697-8711 and 734-730-9329  (Mrs. Mercer)
Call for hours and appointments.

God’s Closet
89 S. Edgemont
Belleville, MI  48111
Phone: 734-276-0834
Website: www.godscloset.com
God’s Closet is a non- profit community service ministry. We collect and distribute new and gently 
used children's clothes, shoes, and bedding.

Rawsonville Clothes Closet
2034 Rawsonville 
Belleville, MI  48111
Phone: 734-544-3000
Monday-Friday 10:30 am-1:30 pm.

Women, Children & Families United (W.C.F.U.) 
8801 Woodward Ave. 2nd Floor
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: 313-355-2678
Email: united@wcfu.org
Website: https://wcfu.org
Family Boutique – clothing, shoes, jewelry, accessories, toiletries and cosmetics for men, women, 
and children.

Services to Enhance Potential’s (STEP) Thrift Store and Donation Centers
Our Stores are located at:
23830 Ford 
Dearborn Heights, MI  48127
Phone: 313-633-0755
&
35004 Michigan Ave.
Wayne, MI 48184
Phone: 734-728-9777
&
15431 Dix-Toledo
Southgate, MI 48195
Phone: 734-284-0814


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:
1.  A food pantry, diapers, toiletries,laundry detergent, and paper products
2.  Back-to-school clothing and supplies
3.  Personal items – such as eyeglasses,backpacks, and children’s music 
     instruments and supplies – as donated by churches, service organizations,
     foundations, and individuals

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES of Lenawee County 
221 S. Tecumseh 
Adrian, MI 49221
Phone: 517-265-7255  
Website: http://www.thecharities.org/programs.html
​The "Daily Distribution" program is the day to day operation of receiving and distributing items 
such as clothing, furniture, shoes, appliances, and other household items to low income families 
in Lenawee County. On average 50-60 families are seen each day.


MACOMB COUNTY

Macomb Charitable Foundation 
18215 24 Mile 
Macomb, MI 48042
Phone: 586-232-3473
Website: https://www.macombcharitablefoundation.org
The Macomb Charitable Foundation exists to help children living at or below poverty level
in Macomb County. Our goal is to alleviate the suffering of children and their families by
providing financial assistance for items such as but not limited to; food, clothing, personal
care items, rent/utility assistance, vehicle repair, educational assistance and when available
personal & spiritual mentoring. 

Drive for Children 
​70701 Powell 
Bruce Township, MI  48065
Phone: 586-381-1316
Email: info@driveforchildren.org
Website: https://driveforchildren.org
Do you need help getting food, clothing, or personal care items for your child? Does a friend 
or family member need assistance for their children? We’re here to help! Please reach out to 
us with your immediate/urgent needs and we will try to help with whatever we can! Due to high 
volume of requests, please allow 48 hours for response.

Samaritan House 
62324 Van Dyke
Washington, MI 48094
Phone: 586-336-9956 
Website: https://www.samaritanhousemichigan.org
Clothing/Household Item Assistance:
Clients may receive Salvation Army shopping vouchers to purchase clothing or household items. 
Samaritan House often has hats, gloves, coats, scarves and socks available in the winter.

God's Helping Hands of Michigan                   
PO Box 71070
Rochester Hills, MI  48307
Phone: 248-852-7400
Website: https://www.ghhmichigan.org/what-is-ghh
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
Email: liveritestructuredcorp@gmail.com
Website: https://www.liveritestructuredcorp.com/resources/resale_shop
We strive to get good quality clothing to the public for a reasonable price, so all of our clothing is only 
a $2 donation! All proceeds go to helping those in need and to help keep our Recovery Resource Center 
going.

Second Hand Rose
158 S. Main 
Mount Clemens, MI  48043
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.

The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet
44 Mill 
Rochester, MI  48307
Phone: 248-656-0230   To receive: call 248-651-5836 for details
Website: https://www.ranh.org/clothes-closet
The Clothes Closet provides new and gently used clothing and small household items to our neighbors
in need. A career corner is available for those looking for career related clothing. Men’s, women’s, infant’s
and children’s clothing is available. A birthday room is also available for low-income parents to select a 
NEW birthday gift for their children age 10 and under. Eligibility to visit the Closet Closet as a client is 
determined at our main office.

Center Line Public Schools Clothes Closet
Clothes Closet at Center Line High School is available for any Center Line Public School family or resident 
struggling to provide their families with the basics of daily living. Includes clothing for infants, children, 
teenagers and adults. Phone: 586-510-2000. 

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. 
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Check their resources list at http://connection.misd.net/clothing.html#collapse2-1

Feeding the Need
18600 Florence   Suite T6
Roseville, MI 48066
Phone: 586-945-7090
Clothing vouchers only for Sunshine Thrift Store at 16 Mile and Gratiot. Paperwork to bring: Michigan
ID, Birth certificate for each child in the family, the children’s social security numbers, Bridge/WIC cards, 
proof of Medicaid or private insurance.

St. Mark Catholic Church Clothes Closet 
4401 Bart 
Warren, MI 48091
Phone: 586-759-3026
No appointment necessary. No residence restrictions. Volunteers help customers by offering one-on-one assistance. Gently pre-worn clothes, shoes for all ages and sizes.

Bethel Lutheran Church
26400 Little Mack
St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
Phone: 586-778-0021
The clothes closet is not available in June or July.

St. Paul United Church of Christ
31654 Mound 
Warren, MI  48092
Phone: 586-264-4777
Infant clothes only (up to age 1 year)


MONROE COUNTY

Oaks Village Clothing Closet 
924 E. 2nd 
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. This service is free for anyone in need. 

Damascus House Resale Shop
212 Smith 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-242-8136
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Damascus-House-Resale-Shop-629241700830287
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 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-242-1082
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Thrift-Shop-133561080072785/about
Clothing is available for sale--or provided to qualifying individuals who have a referral from an agency.

The Salvation Army
815 E. First 
Monroe, MI  48161
&
Clothing Site: 
1018 E. Second 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-0404
Clothing is distributed each Wednesday morning.

HOPE CHURCH OF MONROE 
Phone: 734-755-2884
​Website: https://www.facebook.com/hopesclosetforneedy
​HOPES CLOSET is a free clothing ministry out of HOPE CHURCH of MONROE serving Monroe County. 
We offer clothing, personal hygiene products, baby needs, pet foods, and emergency food services. 
Requirements: county resident with a need!

Trinity Lutheran Church
323 Scott 
Monroe, MI  48161 
Phone: 734-242-2308
Email: info@trinitylutheranmonroe.org
Website: https://www.tlcmonroe.org
Limited availability of relief funding for clothing. Must have been a resident of Monroe County for at 
least one year.


OAKLAND COUNTY

God's Helping Hands of Michigan   
PO Box 71070
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
Phone: 248-852-7400
Website: https://www.ghhmichigan.org/what-is-ghh
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. 

Legacy Clothing Boutique       
Christian Tabernacle Church
26555 Franklin (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   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. 

Baldwin Center                     
Main location: 
212 Baldwin Ave.
Pontiac, MI  48342
Clothes Closet
200 Baldwin Ave.
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-332-6101 
Email:  baldwin@baldwincenter.org
Website: https://www.baldwincenter.org/services/#1.2_Clothing
See website for current hours for the clothing closet.  

Neighbor for Neighbor   
Located in the Hart Community Center at Mill Pond Park
495 Broadway
Davisburg, MI  48350
Phone: 248-634-0900
Email: nfndavisburg@gmail.com
Website: http://neighborforneighbor.net/about-us.html
Our mission is to fund and sponsor programs providing basic necessities to the needy in North 
Oakland County, including housing assistance and food and clothing distribution programs, in 
the hope that we may be their bridge to a more independent life.

The Neighborhood House Clothes Closet
44 Mill 
Rochester, MI 48307
Phone: 248-656-0230  To receive: call 248-651-5836 for details
Website: https://www.ranh.org/clothes-closet
The Clothes Closet provides new and gently used clothing and small household items to our 
neighbors in need. A career corner is available for those looking for career related clothing. 
Men’s, women’s, infant’sand children’s clothing is available. A birthday room is also available 
for low-income parents to select a NEW birthday gift for their children age 10 and under. Elig-
ibility to visit the Closet Closet as a client is determined at our main office.

Community Sharing Outreach Center 
Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 405
Highland, MI  48357
&
Duck Lake Center
5061 N. Duck Lake
Highland, MI  48357
Phone: 248-889-0347
Email: info@community-sharing.org
Website: https://www.community-sharing.org/get-help
Assistance is available to eligible residents in the Huron Valley School District. Back To School 
Clothing. Community Sharing has a "Back To School" clothes shopping day for children. Also 
has  men's & women's clothing, children's clothing, shoes, coats, boots, hats & gloves.

Open Door Outreach Center Resale Store 
7140 Cooley Lake 
Waterford, MI  48327
Phone: 248-360-4977  
Website: https://opendooroutreachcenter.com
We service families in Waterford, White Lake, West Bloomfield, Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake, 
Sylvan Lake, Commerce, Walled Lake, Wolverine Lake and parts of Wixom. Referrals from 
other agencies are also accepted. Families who live outside of our service area will find some 
help and referrals to agencies in their home area. 
VOUCHERS:
Open Door provides vouchers through out Resale Store. Low-income families or individuals 
in need can receive gently-used, clean, in-season clothing, coats, shoes, and household items 
at no cost. Vouchers are available 4 times per year/seasonally or as needed.

National Council of Jewish Women
3297 W. 12 Mile 
Berkley, MI  48072
Phone:  248-548-6664 
Email: resale@ncjwmi.org
Website: https://councilresale.net
​We are a large resale shop offering:

Active Faith Community Services         
401 S. Washington 
PO Box 188
South Lyon, MI 48178
Phone: 248-437-9790
Website: https://www.activefaithcs.org/get-help/clothing
​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.
Clothing is available on distribution day per the following schedule:
January - June birthdays are welcome to shop during the first distribution of the month
July - December birthdays are welcome to shop during the second distribution of the month

Oakland HOPE
20 E. Walton Blvd. 
Pontiac, MI  48340
Phone: 248-309-3658
Email: norma@oaklandhope.org
Website: https://oaklandhope.org/shop
The Thrift Store is a funding mechanism for our Food Pantry. Without it, operating the Pantry 
and serving families in Oakland County would be impossible!

Bernadette's Faith in Action
20880 10 Mile
St. Clair Shores, MI 48050
Food & Clothes Pantry open 24/7. All free, no questions asked. 


WASHTENAW COUNTY

NOTE:  See Active Faith Community Services directly above!

YCS Resiliency Center
Ypsilanti Schools
235 Spencer Lane
Willow Run Campus
Ypsilanti, MI  
Email:  mjackson9@ycschools.us
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ypsilanticommunityschools 
Clothes & school supplies for children in these schools. 

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 & 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:
1.   Providing affordable, gently used clothing and household items to our community; most 
      clothing items are priced between $2 and $5 
2.   Donating funds to dozens of local organizations that provide for those in need in our area 
3.   Creating a pleasant, fun shopping atmosphere for our customers
4.   We sell clothing for men, women, and children; jewelry; household items, linens, decorative 
      items, and counter-top 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 regu-
larly 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 
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 
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 pro-
longed 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    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 
Milan, MI  48160
Phone: 734-439-8420 
Email: info@aidinmilan.org
Website: https://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
1.  Photo ID
2.  Proof of residence in the Milan Area School District or in the 48160 ZIP code (such as a recent 
     utility bill or a lease agreement)
3.  Proof of income (such as recent pay stubs, bank statement showing SSI deposits, or DHHS 
     determination paperwork)

​Journey of Faith
1900 Manchester 
Ann Arbor MI 48104 
Phone: 734-945-7825
Hours: **Mon, Tues, Wed by appointment**
Services: Shower, Laundry, Clothes closet.



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