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Shelters, Transitional or Supportive Housing, & Day Centers

Call 211 for any medical or human service need

SHELTERS
MATTS
(The Salvation Army)

586-755-5191

Serves Macomb County residents firstmust have ID. Operated by the


Salvation Army, located at 24140 Mound Road (between Nine Mile and Ten
Mile Road, on the east side of Mound) in Warren, MATTS (Macombs
Answer to Temporary Shelter) provides 30 days shelter (per year) for up to
50 persons. Residents must be out during the day looking for work and
attending appointments. An alcohol test is required nightly. Counselors
assist residents plan for permanent housing.

MCREST
(rotating churches)

586-415-5101

Intakes are taken 7 days a week from 8AM to 10 PM at 20415 Erin,


Roseville, (behind Sams Club at Gratiot & 13). Male & Female Ages 18 &
over. Must pass breathalyzer nightly and random drug tests after 5 days.
The Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team (MCREST) is a
group of participating congregations that open up their facilities to the
homeless, one week per year at each location, so that the entire year is
covered. Some weeks shelter is provided at two churches so that
capacity of about 60 persons is maintained. Volunteers and staff provide
transportation, meals, and assist the homeless to plan for and seek
permanent solutions to their situation. Shelter stay is limited to 90 days
(per year) and every person is included in the CAP, Choose A Path
program. These persons receive intensive case management, counseling,
and advocacy services. MCREST is a cooling station in the summer and a
warming center in the winter, and assists with Prescription co-pays and
Housing Assistance. New programs JOURNEY HOME for families and
OPEN DOOR for adults provide funding and supportive services to end or
prevent homelessness. The programs are jointly administered by
MCREST and the Macomb Homeless Coalition Contact either agency to
apply for these programs..

TURNING POINT
(domestic violence)

586-463-4430

mcrest.org

(business line)

586-463-6990
(crisis line)

turningpointinc.com

MACOMB WARMING
CENTER

586-321-0998
www.warmingcenter.org

(Nov. April)
18 yrs. & over

FAMILY YOUTH
INTERVENTIONS
(adolescents)

586-465-1212
www.familyyouth.com

Domestic Violence Shelterprovides 24 hour crisis line, 24 hour


emergency shelter (up to 30 days maximum stay for women & children),
domestic and sexual violence counseling, hospital and court advocacy,
case management services, childrens program, community
education/prevention, Second Hand Rose Resale Shop, support groups,
Families First Program, Forensic Nurse Examiner Program, & Personal
Protection Order Assistance. Macomb county residents are served first
ID is required.
The Warming Center is in operation rotating weekly at several churches
from November to March. Provided are two blankets, a pillow, and space
on the floor, along with a soup supper and breakfast. The hours are
usually 8:00 PM to 7:00 AM. The only condition for admission is good
behavior. Volunteers are welcome, however they are asked to call first to
the coordinator for the week. The the weekly schedule is posted at
http://macombresources.info as Warming Center Schedule If you cannot
reach the coordinator, please call 586-321-0998.
Adolescent Shelter and Counseling CenterServices include 14 day safe
shelter for youth 10-17 with family and individual therapy & daily group
counseling leading to the return home of the youth upon discharge, or a

24 Hours

positive alternative. Other services are 90 day outpatient counseling, 24


hour crisis line, information and referral & community presentations, and
THE REFUGE (see Day Centers below)outreach to homeless youth.

THE SIMON HOUSE


(women with
hiv/aids)

313-863-1400
simonhouse.org

MACOMB
HOMELESS
COALITION

586-285-0400

is an emergency shelter, transitional, and permanent living facility for


homeless HIV/AIDS infected women and women with children in an 8
county area. Services include HIV/AIDS issues, parenting and living skills,
educational opportunities, infection control, and more. More information
is at http://www.simonhouse.org or email to SimonH313@aol.com

The Macomb Homeless Coalition is supported, in part, by the Macomb


www.macombhome County Community Services Agency, the Macomb County Board of
Commissioners and the Macomb/St. Clair Workforce Development Board.
lesscoalition.com
It is a non-profit organization dedicated to coordinating, assisting, and
enhancing the efforts of Macomb County organizations and groups who
shelter and assist the homeless. It is the official body charged with
reporting an administering the Continuum of Care for Macomb.
New programs JOURNEY HOME for families and OPEN DOOR for adults
provide funding and supportive services to end or prevent homelessness.
The programs are jointly administered by MCREST and the Macomb
Homeless Coalition Contact either agency to apply for these programs..

VCCRC

313-576-1580

(Veterans)

www.detroitva.gov

HOUSING
RESOURCE CENTER

1-866-282-3119
www.communityho
usingnetwork.org

VETERANS COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND REFERRAL CENTER is part of


a nationwide project of the Dept of Veterans Affairs (VA) to identify and
provide immediate assistance and to homeless Veterans, as well as
homeless prevention services. Other services include Case Management,
Substance Abuse Treatment, Community Referrals, Housing Placement,
Triage Services, Transportation to Appointments, and Direct Services
(showers, laundry, computer lab, clothing). The address is 301 Piquett St,
Detroit, MI, 48202. Open 7 days, 8 AM to 8 PM
Operated by the Community Housing Network (see below) it provides
answers, databases, information and assistance to people in need in
Oakland and Macomb.

TRANSITIONAL HOUSING
AGAPE HOUSE

ABIGAYLE
MINISTRIES
(homeless single
pregnant women)

248-799-2446
248-799-2419

Provides transitional living (6 beds), up to 24 months, for young women of


Oakland or Macomb age 18-22 (not pregnant). Services offered are Crisis
Care, Job Training, Life Skills, Education, and others

586-323-1411

provides services for unwed pregnant women, 18 and older. They have a
house in Sterling Heights with room for six, and they also attempt to make
placements with individuals and couples in the community. Their email is
(abigayles@abigayleministries.org (A similar program in Oakland County is
Casa Vida 248-559-5407). It is not for women with severe emotional
disorders, unable to function independently, or with a history of substance
abuse in the past year, or has other children who reside with her. A typical
placement would be someone who was forced to leave her family home, and
has been living from friend to friend. The women accepted in the program
must apply with DHS and cooperate with Work First. Services provided
include a home, meals, material assistance, childbirth and infant care
support and education, various educational and vocational assistance,

www.abigayleministr
ies.org

referrals and networking.


AMELIA AGNES
TRANSITIONAL HOME
FOR WOMEN

586-323-7066

SHIELDS HOUSE

586-738-4440 or
586-868-3268

TENANT BASED
RENTAL ASSISTANCE

Call 586-463-3717
for an application

(homeless youth)

THE SALVATION
ARMY-MORE HOUSE

(the waiting list is


currently open)

586-954-1838 ext
337

(MICHIGAN
OFFENDER REENTRY HOUSE)

ANGELS WING

586-752-3661

VETS RETURNING
HOME

586-285-5606
http://vetsreturning
home.org/
info@vetsreturninghome.
org

Offers residence to homeless women with or without children (not pregnant,


at least age 23) who pursue a 6 to 14 month program to help with spiritual
growth, housing stability, educational advancement, economic
independence, parenting/life skills, and self-actualization. The goal is to
become independent, self-sufficient members of the community.
For women 18-25 with children, can accommodate 5 familiesrent is $250
per monthwill help residents pursue education, day care, & job skills
The tenant based rental assistance provides housing and support services
to homeless youth between the ages of 18 and 23. Applicants must meet the
MSDHA definition of homeless youth which is similar to the HUD definition
except it also includes youth who are doubled up and couch surfing.
Clients income must also be at or below 20% AMI. When applications are
received they are prioritized based on need, not first come first serve, and
clients on the streets and in shelters are given priority. Once approved
clients will be given a voucher that works like any other housing voucher.
They can find housing anywhere in Macomb county within certain price
ranges dependent on household size. Clients pay 30% of their monthly
income directly to the Landlord in rent while FYI covers the rest. After a
year in the program clients are reassessed to determine need and if they
qualify can use the housing subsidy for an additional year. The program
has a two year max.
The MORE House accepts placement from DOC (Dept of Corrections) as
part of the MPRI (Michigan Prisoner Reentry Initiative). It is a 30 to 90 day
Transitional Housing 30 bed program for single adults designed to promote
personal growth in a structured environment. The goal is to prepare for
independent living. Individuals must be drug free, actively working or
seeking work or training, and motivated to attain skills necessary for
independent living. Counseling, employment assistance and educational
classes are available. The goal is for individuals to integrate back into the
community.
Is a house made available for one homeless family with children. One
requirement is that the family must have a job.
Located at 17955 E. Eleven Mile, Roseville 48066 (at Gratiot & I-696), Vets
Returning Home provides housing for up to 43 vets who are homeless or
threatened with homelessness. Other services offered are meals, job
placement, substance abuse counseling, case management, medical
screening, VA benefits guidance, legal help, academic opportunities, life
skills, and entertainment. (Ask for their PowerPoint presentation!)

SUPPORTIVE HOUSING
COMMUNITY HOMES,
INC

www.communityho
mes.org
248-336-0007
248-336-8107

COMMUNITY

1-866-282-3119

A nonprofit organization providing housing assistance to adults with


developmental disabilities since 1983. They provide a gentle teaching
approach and attempt to gain as much independence as possible for each
person. Fees are determined by need. Funding is provided by MORC, SSA,
DHS, CMH, HUD, MSHDA, Easter Seals, and consumers. Emergency
services are provided by on call staff. Their email address is
chi@communityhomes.org More info is on their website.
Community Housing Network is a nonprofit organization committed to

HOUSING NETWORK

(248) 928-0111
www.communityho
usingnetwork.org

providing and maintaining homes for people in need through informationsharing, homelessness prevention, supportive housing, affordable housing
development, property management, community education, advocacy and
more. Their email address is generalmail@chninc.net

HOMELESS LEASING
ASSISTANCE
PROGRAMS

586-783-8174
www.communityho
usingnetwork.org

Offered by the COMMUNITY HOUSING NETWORK, these programs provide a


monthly rental subsidy for homeless individuals with severe and persistent
mental illness, or a developmental disability, or AIDS-HIV, or over 54 and
blind. In addition, ongoing supportive services are provided to help the
program participant succeed in living independently.

PATH

586-466-8704

Created under the McKinney Act, The PATH Program provides support
service delivery to individuals with serious mental illnesses, as well as
individuals with co-occurring substance use disorders, who are homeless or
at risk of becoming homeless. In Macomb County, it is administered by
Community Mental Healthcontact Connie Lasher at 586-466-8704, or Fran
New of Liberties, Inc. at 586-777-8094 To be eligible, a person must have (or
receive) a diagnosis of mental illness. PATH funds may assist clients in
accessing primarily housing, but also primary health care services, job
training, education and other services. More information is available at
http://www.pathprogram.samhsa.gov

NEW PASSAGES

586-627-0026

Provides about 12 group homes and about 14 portable support apartment


for persons with developmental disabilites. Arrangements are made by the
CMH case manager. Coming soonpermanent shelter plus care housing
for people with severe disabilities

DAY CENTERS
LIBERTIES NORTH

586-954-1590

Drop-in center for mentally ill adults: Free programs including computer
labs Tues/Wed/Thurs, crafts & a counselor. . Also support groups specific
to mental illness, help with food, clothing, household items and furniture. A
place to gather for mentally ill adults or handicapped individuals. The
address is 22754 Macomb Industrial Drive, Clinton Twp. MI 48036

THE REFUGE

586-463-7338
www.myspace.com
/fyitherefuge
(Heath Achatz)

A street outreach program for homeless youth aged 15-20 at 43556 North
Gratiot, Clemens, 48036. Operated by Family Youth Interventions, The
Refuge provides a safe and appropriate setting in which youth can
congregate and utilize a spectrum of services including hygiene items, food,
crisis help, life coaching, case management, and a hundred other helps.
The goal is to build relationships between street outreach staff and street
youth, providing support services to help youth move to alternative living
situations and become independent, self-sufficient, contributing members of
society. Hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-9.
Provides a variety of services to the homeless of northern Macomb County
at their Community Center at 55 Church Street at the corner of south bound
Gratiot, Mt. Clemens, 48043. Services include community meals (MonFriday at noon), a dayroom (cooling/warming center), showers, coffee,
snacks, & bread, bus tickets, clothing, job search computer lab, resumes,
and referrals
Provides a place to come in out of the cold Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays from November to April at St. Margaret of Scotland Church, 21201
Thirteen Mile Road (E. of Little Mack), St. Clair Shores MI 48082. Free lunch,
showers, and clothing are available for the homeless and persons in need.
Drop-in center for mentally ill adults: Free programs including reading,
writing & math counseling, singing, & games. Also support groups specific

(homeless youth)

Mt. Clemens Citadel


and
Commun
ity
Center
(The Salvation Army)
McWARM

586-469-6712

586-293-2240
(Mon-Wed-Fri)

LIBERTIES SOUTH

586-777-8094

to mental illness, help with food, clothing, household items and furniture,
and PATHfinancial assistance to obtain or retain permanent housing. The
address is 26345 Gratiot, Roseville, MI. 48066
RAY OF HOPE DAY
CENTER

586 218-7173
Mon- Fri 9 to 4
586 218-8165 fax
586-321-0998 after hrs
www.warmingcenter.org

Welcomes the homeless and offers services including telephones and


computers; obtaining ID, pastoral and spiritual counseling, assistance with
forms and filing them; assistance with necessary transportation; help in
obtaining medical and dental services, help in obtaining mental health
services, and assistance in finding employment and job training. Male &
Female Ages 18 & over. Address is 14933 Nine Mile, Eastpointe (one half
mile west of Gratiot at Hayes). Monday thru Friday, 9-4

SHELTERS IN SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN


call 211
LOCATION
Detroit Rescue Mission
3535 Third St., Detroit 48201
Detroit Rescue Genesis House
3840 Fairview, Detroit, 48214
Cass United Methodist Church
11850 Woodrow Wilson
Detroit, MI 48206
NSO 24 hr Drop-in & Warming Center
3034 Third
Detroit, MI 48201
COTS Homeless Shelter
26 Peterboro,
Detroit, MI 48201
Detroit Harbor Light
3737 Lawton Street
Detroit, MI 48208
YWCA Interim House
PO Box 21904,
Detroit, MI 48221
Jefferson House
8311 E. Jefferson,
Detroit, MI 48214
TC Simmons
10501 Orangelawn,
Detroit, MI 48204
Simon House
17300 Burgess,
Detroit, MI 48219
Wayne County Family Center
Lutheran Social Services of Michigan
30600 Michigan Ave
Westland, MI 48185 Western Wayne
Homeless Resource Team
2255 Fort St.
Lincoln Park, MI 48146 Westrn Wayne
First Step
(undisclosed location Western
Wayne)

CONTACT INFO
313-993-6703
www.drmm.org
313-331-8990
www.drmm.org
313-883-2277
www.casscommunity.com
313-832-3100
313-831-3777
www.cotsdetroit.org
313-361-6136
http://www.usc.salvationarmy.org/
usc/www_usc_detroithl.nsf

TARGET POPULATION
Men only
Women & women with children
Male children under 10
All homelessmust have IDan inter-faith
rotating shelter, transitional housing,
outreach, drop-in & winter warming center
Men & women onlyno children
Men, women, & women with children
Residential & Outpatient Substance Abuse
Treatment, Emergency Shelter for single men, &
Evangeline Program --SAT for women

313-861-5300
www.ywcadetroit.org

Women and childrensurvivors


domestic violence and sexual assault

313-331-8900
www.cskdetroit.org

Men in Recovery after treatment

313-934-3331

Women & women with children

313-537-5518

Women with HIV/AIDS

734-721-0590
www.lssm.org

Transitional Shelter for Homeless families


with children, no single males, single
pregnant women with documentation
Open for telephone intake 24/7
Homeless mentally ill, dually diagnosed

313-294-8821 or 8822
www.comcareserv.org
734-722-6800 crisis line
734-722-1772 business line
www.firststep.org

of

Serves victims of sexual assault and/or


domestic violence

ChristNet
24158 Goddard Rd
Taylor, MI 48180
Starfish Family Services
715 S. Inkster Rd
Inkster MI
Wayne-Homeless Network Project
Wayne-Metro CAA
Salvation Army Family Manor
815 E. First St
Monroe, MI 48161
Salvation Army Warming Center
1018 East Second Street
Monroe, MI 48161
Haven
(undisclosed location-Oakland Co)
South Oakland Shelter (SOS)
18505 W 12 Mile Road
Lathrup Village, MI 48076
Grace Center of Hope
35 East Huron
Pontiac, MI 48342
New Bethel
175 Branch
Pontiac, MI 48341
The Sanctuary
1222 S. Washington Ave
Royal Oak, MI 48067
MATTS
24140 Mound Rd.
Warren, MI 48091
MCREST
20415 Erin
Roseville, MI 48066
Turning Point (undisclosed location)
PO Box 1123
Mt. Clemens, MI 48046
Family Youth Interventions
418 Cass Ave
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
The Warming Center
PO Box 53
Roseville, MI. 48066
Pathway Homeless Shelter
511 Union
Port Huron, MI 48060
Carolyns Place (Safe Horizons)
PO Box 610247
Port Huron, MI 48061

734-671-1300
www.christ-net.org
christnet48180@yahoo.com
313-563-5005
24 hour
www.sfish.org/
313-843-2550

All homeless (children must be


accompanied by a parent or guardian)
Runaway & homeless youth 10 - 17
Serves all homeless

http://www.outwaynehomeless.org/

734-241-0440

Family Shelter. No men unless they have


children. Single women

734-241-0440

Open when it is 32 degrees or colder


8:00 PM to 8:00 AM

248-334-1274

Victims of domestic violence: men women


& children
Men, women, children, & seniors365 days
90 day shelter

http://www.haven-oakland.org/

248-809-3373
www.southoaklandshelter.org

248-334-2187
www.gracecentersofhope.org

248-333-7010
shailaarlee@gmail.com
248-547-2260

Shelter & rehab


All welcome
Single women and women w children
Runaways, & youths 10-17 boys or girls

www.commongroundhelps.org

586-755-5191
.salvationarmyusa.org
586-415-5101
mcrest.org

All homeless
(serves Macomb Co. residents first)
All homeless (rotating churches)
(under 18 if accompanied by an adult)

586-463-4430 (business line)


586-463-6990 (crisis line)
turningpointinc.com
586-465-1212
www.familyyouth.com

Women & children only, victims


domestic violence & sexual abuse

586-321-0998
www.warmingcenter.org

All homeless (rotating churches in


wintertime)

of

Youths ages 10-17

kmac0212@wowway.com

810-982-1020
www.safehorizonsmi.org

Single men, couples, and intact families


must have proof of 6 months residency

810-985-5538 in PH
888-985-5538 outside PH
www.safehorizonsmi.org

Domestic violence & sexual assault victims


women and children and homeless
women
Revised 6/17/14 more lists at http://macombresources.info