Call the UNITED WAY at 2-1-1 or 1-800-552-1183


Main Office / Southwest Solutions – Housing Resource Center 1600 Porter Detroit, MI 48216

Phone: 313-963-6601
Call Center: 313-305-0311

As the Detroit Continuum of Care (CoC) lead agency, the Homeless Action Network of Detroit (HAND) is responsible for developing a coordinated entry process for the Detroit CoC. Southwest Solutions serves as the lead agency for implementation of the CAM (Detroit’s coordinated entry process), in partnership with Community and Home Supports (CHS) and Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO).


11745 Rosa Parks Blvd. Detroit, MI 48206

Phone: 313-883-2277

If you would like a referral to one of our emergency shelters, please call the Coordinated Assessment Model (CAM) information line at 313-305-0311

The NOAH Project

Central United Methodist Church

23 E Adams Ave. Detroit, MI 48226

Phone: 313-965-5422

The mission of the NOAH Project is to empower low-income and homeless Detroiter's to achieve stability by serving as the first step on the journey to self-sufficiency. The NOAH Project operates a Community Center in downtown Detroit for people living on the streets. Offering lunch four days a week, one-on-one social services, physical health counseling, empowerment-based programming, and emergency needs, we strive to build a family support system for those who come to us.

The Pope Francis Center

438 St. Antoine Detroit, MI 48226

Phone: 313-964-2823

On an average day, we welcome over 170 guests and serve as many nutritious meals. This Center is now equipped with a state-of- the-art kitchen and laundry facilities as well as updated showers, restrooms and shaving stations. The center also offers guests a series of free clinics including legal, medical, dental and podiatry services.


65 Cadillac Square 30th Floor Suite 3000 Detroit, MI 48226

Phone: 313-962-6740

Traveler's Aid maintains a robust transitional housing program supporting clients coming out of homelessness into their own independent living space. Maintaining a "Housing First" model, Traveler's Aid provides clients with housing, a dedicated case worker, and access to social support programs to help them regain healthy and productive lives.


Wayne Metro Detroit HQ

7310 Woodward Suite 800 Detroit, MI 48202

Out-County Service Hub

2121 Biddle Ave. Wyandotte, MI 48192

Phone: 313-388-9799

Housing & Food Assistance

Wayne Metro offers services to Wayne County residents who are experiencing (or are at risk of) homelessness, and those with limited access to healthy food. Our programs can connect you to emergency shelters, help you find and pre- pare for employment, assist with rent payments to prevent homelessness, ensure your children receive high-quality education and nutritional meals, and more. Please contact us directly to learn what programs you and your family are eligible to participate in.

ChristNet Services

24356 Eureka Taylor, MI 48180

Phone: 734-287-8890

Shelter is temporally located in the lower level of Taylor Church of the Nazarene (Guests seeking services please use the east side entrance) The ChristNet seasonal rotating Nighttime Shelter Program is a cooperative, interfaith, community-based effort to provide temporary overnight shelter to homeless men, women, and children (when accompanied by a parent or guardian).


Administrative Office: 2211 E Jefferson Suite 400 Detroit, MI 48207

Phone: 313-831-3777

Operates a 140-bed facility for emergency housing for men, women & children. Provides transitional housing for up to 90 people and 200 permanent low-income housing units. The child care center will care for children ages 4 months to 2 1/2 years old in the homeless shelter or who have used the shelter within the past year.

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries

150 Stimson Detroit, MI 48201

Phone: 313-993-4700


Shelter Residents stay overnight and are provided meals and the opportunity to shower and receive new clothing items. Shelter Counselors do an assessment with each resident, encourage and help residents apply for services and take steps to help them meet long term needs, and assure that clients receive emergency medical or counseling needs.


Campus: Detroit Rescue Mission
Target Population: Men
Campus: Genesis House II
Target Population: Families with children
Campus: DeVos Ministry Center
Target Population: Men

Lincoln Behavioral Services

Mailing Address: 9315 Telegraph Redford, MI 48239

Phone: 313-450-4500
Customer Service: 1-866-462-6730

The Housing Connect program is a permanent supportive housing program that is designed to assist Medicaid eligible consumers throughout Wayne County. Housing Connect is a program for individuals with mental illness or mental illness and co-occurring disorders who are homeless, at-risk of homelessness, or living in a restrictive setting. The goal of Housing Connect is to move individuals to a less restrictive environment and achieve housing stability with support services to maintain their housing.

Alternatives for Girls

903 W. Grand Blvd. Detroit, MI 48208

Phone: 313-361-4000
Crisis Line: 888-AFG-3919

Our mission is to help homeless and high-risk girls and young women avoid violence, teen pregnancy and exploitation, and help them to explore and access the support, resources and opportunities necessary to be safe, to grow strong and to make positive choices in their lives. Founded in 1987, Alternatives for Girls (AFG) is a southwest Detroit-based nonprofit organization. We serve homeless and at-risk girls and young women.

Covenant House Michigan

2959 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Detroit, MI 48208

Phone: 313-463-2005

Covenant House Michigan is a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides hope to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 18-24. We provide shelter, educational and vocational programs, as well as other support services, to help youth overcome hurdles such as homelessness, unemployment, inadequate education, violence, drugs and gangs. Our goal is to redirect them onto a path toward meaningful and successful adulthood. Counties Served: Wayne County, Oakland County & Macomb County.

Neighborhood Service Organization

Central Office: 882 Oakman Blvd. Suite C Detroit, MI 48238

Phone: 313-961-4890


NSO's Detroit Healthy Housing Center (DHHC) is part of a $20 Million vision and is our innovative approach to end chronic homelessness in the City of Detroit. It is a comprehensive site with a holistic service model, pairing housing and an emergency shelter with healthcare, extensive case management and supportive services. The project aims to not only end homelessness but promote health equity and well-being while uplifting and developing the community.

Matrix Human Services

Administration Offices: 1400 Woodbridge Detroit, MI 48207

Phone: 734-831-1000


Our Housing Center assists the community in trying to meet this need.


Debbie Blackman
Phone: 313-526-4000 Ext 1236
Email: blackman@matrixhs.org

Operation Get Down Inc.

10100 Harper Ave. Detroit, MI 48213

Phone: 313-921-9422

Residential Treatment for Men

OGD’s residential treatment program for men provides intensive intervention in a residential setting to promote sobriety and prevent relapse for men dealing with issues of alcohol and drug abuse. The majority of our consumers are adult males who participate in a 45- to 90-day program, which includes intensive substance-abuse and mental-health treatment in individual and group settings; classroom instruction utilizing didactic sessions and a CBT – or cognitive behavior therapy approach; financial-literacy and career development education; recreational activities; random drug screenings; and on-site AA & NA meetings. Referrals are made by the City of Detroit Health Department, Bureau of Substance Abuse.

Prisoner Re-Entry Program

OGD provides services to ex-offenders released from the M.D.O.C. This population – which represents some of Detroit’s and Wayne County’s most at-risk men – receives individualized case-management services to coordinate reintegration efforts with OGD’s community partners and other agencies.

Transitional Housing

This temporary residency program for men lasts up to 24 months while consumers prepare for independent living. Men in this program must be committed to being drug free. Supportive services include case management, individual and group substance-abuse treatment, job training and employment referrals, and housing referrals. Consumers are referred from various sources, including churches, treatment programs and emergency shelters. Walk-in homeless consumers also are accepted.

IOP (Intensive Outpatient)

This program serves men seeking help on their own, often referred to as “walk-in” clients. This residential program varies in length depending on each client’s needs, as does the content of the program, which is determined by a collaborative client-counselor treatment plan.

Emergency Shelter & Warming Center

Emergency shelter services are provided 365 days a year, from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. daily, offering meals, a hot shower and bedding for the night. OGD’s seasonal warming center, located at 6821 Medbury, operates during winter months and serves women and children as well as men. Transportation is provided by Operation Get Down for many clients of warming-center services. his program is funded by the State of Michigan with the Salvation Army as fiduciary.


445 Ledyard # 201 Detroit, MI 48201

Phone: 313-962-9446

The Mariners Inn Extended Residency (MER) & Recovery Housing (RH) Programs are alcohol-and drug-free residential environments for homeless men desiring to gain independence. Both programs have the capacity to assist a combined total of 64 adult men with an array of services and special needs.


16130 Northland Dr. Southfield, MI 48075

Phone: 248-443-5500

Website: www.salmich.org

Emergency Shelters

For those looking to escape extreme cold, intense heat, torrential rain, or just wanting a safe, quiet place to spend the night, The Salvation Army provides a nutritious meal, a warm bed and a clean shower. The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit operates more than 100 facilities throughout SE MI, including Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties.

The Salvation Army Plymouth

9451 S. Main Plymouth, MI 48170

Phone: 800-SAL-ARMY

We help provide housing on an emergency basis only. If you need help, contact Darla Chute at Darla_Chute@usc.salvationarmy.org 734-453-5464.


5322 Chene Detroit, MI 48211

Phone: 586-790-8267

Jesus House For Men

The Jesus House is a men’s housing facility which provides hope, direction, and a sense of purpose for men who have experienced negative life-altering situations. Drugs, alcohol, and crime have separated many men from a life of hope, which we fervently attempt to achieve through daily structured teaching, discipleship, and work-related program. Bible-based answers are given to these men to give them a true sense of purpose. Christian instructions set men free to become the men God created them to be.

Perfecting Community Development Corporation

Amelia Agnes Home for Women & Children Macomb County Shelter

7616 E. Nevada Detroit, MI 48234

Phone: 586-323-7066 or 313-365-2273

THE AMELIA AGNES TRANSITIONAL HOME FOR WOMEN’s mission is to provide quality housing and support services to women and children while assisting them with becoming self-sufficient by identifying their own strengths and solutions through: Housing Stability, Educational Advancement, Economic Independence, Parenting & Life Skills, Self- Actualization and Spiritual Growth. Serves Oakland, Wayne & Macomb Counties.

St. Johns Community Center

14320 Kercheval Detroit, MI 48215

Phone: 313-823-8323

Serves single adults.

New Day Multi-Purpose Center

511 S. Post Detroit, MI 48209

Phone: 313-842-2420

Serves single men.


Sharing the Warmth of Lenawee County

427 W. Maumee Adrian, Michigan 49221

Phone: 517-203-9857

We strive to be a leading partner in Lenawee County ensuring that no individual or family ever has to spend the night outdoors because they cannot find safe shelter. We intend to be that beacon of hope for the homeless that provides a compassionate environment as our guests take the path forward.

Lenawee Emergency and Affordable Housing Corporation

P.O. Box 692 307 E. Church Adrian, MI 49221

Phone: 517-264-0782

LEAHC provides an Emergency Shelter program for homeless families with children that provides emergency shelter, daily case management, life skills training, and support services such as laundry facilities, transportation assistance and much more for up to 90 days at no cost to the family.

Community Action Agency

400 W. South Adrian, MI 49221

Phone: 517-263-7861 or 800-438-1845

Website: www.caajih.org

Housing assistance & counseling, Links to Home Ownership, rental assistance. See the top of the page for a new Veterans Program called Supportive Services for Veteran Families.

Salvation Army

217 W. Church Adrian, MI 49221

Phone: 517-265-2038

Website: www.salmich.org

Family Counseling and Children's Services of Lenawee County

220 N. Main Adrian, MI 49221

Phone: 517-264-5733

Days only for families and singles.

American Red Cross

Washtenaw-Lenawee County Chapter

4624 Packard Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Phone: 734-971-5300 or 866-971-5300

If you are a victim of a natural disaster or home fire, please call the Red Cross at 866-971-5300 for immediate assistance. Teams are on call 24/7 ready to meet you whenever disaster strikes.


Community Housing Network

570 Kirts Blvd. #231 Troy, MI 48084

Phone: 248-928-0111 or 866-282-3119

The Homeless Leasing Assistance Program (HLAP) and the Chronically Homeless Leasing Assistance Program (CHLAP) are Permanent Supportive Housing Program. Both programs provide monthly rental assistance and program-related supportive services to participants.

The Lighthouse Outreach Center

28571 Gratiot Avenue Roseville, MI 48066

Phone: (586) 776-1230

The Lighthouse Outreach Center was established in 1984 and is one of Macomb County’s largest food pantry and emergency food distribution site for people in need. In addition to food, the center offers a variety of social and human services programs for low-income families and individuals.

P.A.T.H. Program

(Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness)

Phone: 586-466-8704

A housing program that serves individuals and families in Macomb County who are homeless and who have a mental illness. PATH can also provide some financial assistance for placement costs and can help to secure furniture and other necessary household items. Individuals must be homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. Individual must be able to provide documentation verifying his or her homelessness.

Macomb County Warming Center / The Ray of Hope Day Center

176 Northbound Gratiot Ave. Mount Clemens, MI

Phone: 586-329-4046

The Macomb County Homeless Coalition

196 North Rose Mt. Clemens, MI 48043

Phone: 586-213-5655

Website: www.macombhc.com

Has a Housing Resource Specialist to assist families who are living "doubled up" (living with family or friends) OR living in motels or hotels for any length of time and in need of case management services to connect them with community resources.

Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team (MCREST)

20415 Erin Roseville, MI 48066

Phone: 586-415-5101

Website: www.mcrest.org

All homeless (rotating churches). Under 18 if accompanied by an adult.

Salvation Army MATTS & Soup Kitchen

24140 Mound Warren, MI 48091

Phone: 586-754-7400

Website: www.salmich.org

The Salvation Army MATTS is a goal-based shelter with an average stay of 90 days. MATTS is a drug and alcohol-free emergency residential unit for men, women, and children in Macomb County. Residents are offered case management and counseling, referrals, clothing, medical care, and financial assistance. MATTS also offers community services including AA meetings and referrals to other community agencies.

Family Youth Interventions

418 Cass Ave. Mt. Clemens, MI 48046

Phone: 586-465-1212

15-day residential shelter for adolescents ages 10-17 who are runaways, are homeless or are experiencing a crisis at home or in school. Helping families help youth become successful adults.

The Warming Center

PO Box 53 Roseville, MI 48066

Phone: 586-321-0998

All homeless (rotating churches in wintertime)

Macomb County Warming Center

Mt. Clemens, MI

Phone: 586-321-0998

November thru March ONLY. Comprised of rotating sponsor churches to provide blanket, pillow, warm supper, light break-fast to individuals who do not qualify, have extended their time, or have been turned away from an existing shelter. Intake hours are 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday-Sunday.

Mount Clemens Salvation Army / Emergency Drop-In Center

55 Church Mt. Clemens, MI 48043

Phone: 586-469-6712

An adult drop-in center that provides day room (warming/cooling center) that is open from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., showers, meals (breakfast & lunch), clothing assistance, and hygiene items. Assistance with bus tickets or prescriptions may also be available in some cases as well as referrals for other agencies.

The Salvation Army--More House

42590 Stepnitz Mt. Clemens, MI 48046

Samaritan House / Homeless Shelter Referral

58944 Van Dyke Washington Twp., MI 48094

Phone: 586-677-7590

Provides referral and information about temporary shelter in Macomb County.

Leonard House

23032 Wellington Warren, MI 48089


United Way's First Call for Help

216 N. Monroe Monroe, MI 48162

Phone: 734-242-4357 (24 hours)

Offers local resources and referrals.

The Salvation Army Family Manor

815 E. First Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-241-0440

Housing for families & single women for up to 90 days. Can handle up to 12 families and 5 individuals. May put client and children in hotel for up to five days. Serves Monroe County ONLY.

The Warming Center

1018 E. 2nd Monroe, MI (inside the Church on 2nd Street)

Open from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily when the temperature is 32 degrees or below. Can handle up to 30 people.

Philadelphia House I & II

Men's homeless shelters for single men ONLY

218 Washington Monroe, MI 48161

119 E. Third Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-241-0255

Serves Monroe County ONLY. A transitional shelter where assistance is provided for up to two years.

Monroe County Opportunity Program / M.C.O.P.

Emergency Shelter Grant Funds

1140 S. Telegraph Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-241-2775

Grant funds are used to prevent homelessness. One month's rent is available if a financial plan is in place and to provide emergency shelter in area motels for those who are income eligible while grant funds are available. A decision (denial) letter from DHS is required to receive funds.

Women Empowering Women / Paula's House

Monroe, MI

Phone: 734-384-8922

Transitional house for homeless women who have substance abuse problems. Program is for 1-2 years and the goal is permanent housing upon successful completion of program.


3604 S. Custer Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-240-3190

Supervised transitional housing for disabled & mentally ill adults ages 45 and up, who are ambulatory and homeless. Assistance provided for up to two years....has 36 beds. MUST have a Referral Letter from an agency in order to be considered!

Southeast Michigan Veteran Service Center

14 S. Monroe Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-242-5895

Weekdays only 9-5 p.m. ONLY. Male Veterans ONLY

Family Counseling and Shelter

14390 LaPlaissance Suite 106 Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-241-0180

Emergency shelter for Domestic Violence. Women and children age 17 and under only. Men are housed at another location. Stay is 30 to 90 days depending on individual circumstances.


Main Address: 924 E. 2nd Monroe, MI 48161

Phone: 734-244-5444 or 734-241-5590 (Shelter)


The Oakland Shelter's Resource Guide

Offers information on shelter and housing for this County.

Welcome Inn

PO Box 1937 Royal Oak, MI 48068

Phone: 248-850-3219

Welcome Inn works with a group of churches that provide overnight accommodations for guests. These churches are also low-barrier so that 24-hour sheltering is available at a time of year when the denial of care, for some, would result in dire consequences.

Hospitality House Food Pantry

2075 E. West Maple Suite B204 Commerce Twp, MI 48390

Phone: 248-960-9975

Breathing Room is NOT a rental assistance program. Breathing Room is an EMERGENCY TRANSITIONAL HOUSING PROGRAM. HHFP will authorize off-site emergency short term housing for eligible unhoused persons and OR households at imminent risk of becoming homeless.


Mailing Address: 46156 Woodward Ave. Pontiac, MI 48342

Phone: 248-920-6000

South Oakland Shelter

18505 W. 12 Mile Lathrup Village, MI 48076

Phone: 248-920-6000 #5500

Our SOS program maintains 30-35 unrestricted shelter beds. SOS accepts men, women, and children. Clients receive access on a first call, first serve basis. SOS partners with over 60 congregations and operates year-round. Each week, a congregation takes on the responsibility of hosting SOS’s shelter guests and provides them with overnight accommodations, three daily meals, transportation, and meaningful interactions with caring volunteers. In addition to shelter, SOS has an on-site clothing closet, showers, and washers and dryers all allowing clients to look and feel their best as they seek employment and housing. Over 80% of our shelter guests successfully enter into housing. Also has a housing program!

OLHSA (Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency)

Central Office (Oakland County)

196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave. P.O. Box 430598 Pontiac, MI 48343-0598

Phone: 248-209-2600 or 800-482-9250 Toll Free

South Office (Oakland County)

1956 Hilton Ferndale, MI 48220-1719

Phone: 248-542-5860

OLHSA (Livingston County)

2300 E. Grand River Suite 107 Howell, MI 48843-7574

Phone: 517-546-8500

Emergency Housing Referral Programs

OLHSA assists residents in finding the available programs and services to meet their needs. If those needs cannot be met at OLHSA, residents are referred to other local agencies or organizations for help.

HOPE Hospitality and Warming Center

249 Baldwin Ave. Pontiac, MI 48342

Phone: 248-499-7345

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday noon-6:30 PM
Shelter 7 PM-8 AM
Weekends-- shelter hours 7 PM-8 AM

HOPE Warming Center's adult shelter is open from 7 PM until 7 AM providing dinner, triage healthcare, showers, access to resources that can be a pathway out of homelessness, and, of course, overnight shelter. HOPE is a low barrier shelter, which means that while we have a zero tolerance for bringing drugs and/or alcohol on the premises, sobriety is not a condition for entry to the shelter. We do, however, expect and strictly enforce that shelter guests will follow staff directions and exhibit good behavior. No previous registration is needed to spend the night at HOPE.

New Bethel Outreach Ministry

175 Branch Pontiac, MI 48343

Phone: 248-333-7010

Homeless shelter for single women and children. Open Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Common Ground

1410 S. Telegraph Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Phone: 246-456-8150

The Sanctuary

122 S. Washington Royal Oak, MI 48067

Phone: 248-542-2260

For runaway youth ages 10-17 for boys and girls.

A Step Forward

122 S. Washington Royal Oak, MI 48067

Phone: 248-547-2260

For young men and women ages 16 to 21.

Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency--Central Office

196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave. PO Box 430598 Pontiac, MI 48343

Phone: 248-209-2600

OLHSA provides assistance to the low-income, the elderly, and persons with disabilities in order for them to become self-sufficient. Assistance includes outreach and emergency services, housing services, AIDS home support and housing, family support services among others.

345 E. 9 Mile Ferndale, MI 48220

Phone: 248-542-5860

Carriage Town Ministries Men's Shelter

605 Garland Flint, MI 48503

Phone: 810-233-8787

Baldwin Center

212 Baldwin Ave. Pontiac, MI

Phone: 248-332-6101

Runs warming shelters.


VETERANS experiencing a housing crisis, contact the Veteran Administration (VA) at 1-877-424-3838. Also see below!

YOUTH (ages 10- 20) experiencing a housing crisis, contact Ozone House at 734-662-2222. See below!

If you are experiencing DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, contact SafeHouse Center at 734-995-5444. (See the Domestic Violence page on this website)

Housing Access for Washtenaw County (HAWC)

Phone: 734-961-1999

HAWC is Washtenaw County’s central intake for individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness. The central intake is the single point of entry for all emergency shelters and housing resources that are available to serve people experiencing homelessness in the county. Residents of Washtenaw County may call HAWC for housing assistance, information and/or referral. Please note: there is a severe shortage of housing resources in Washtenaw County and HAWC is not able to help all people who are experiencing a housing crisis.

Michigan Ability Partners

Ann Arbor Office 3810 Packard Suite 260 Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Phone: 734-975-6880

604 Greenwood Place Jackson, MI 49203

Phone: 517-841-5780

Permanent Supportive Housing

MAP maintains housing stability for the chronically homeless by offering subsidized rent and long-term case management services. MAP owns and operates seven properties and continues to develop affordable housing. Participants eligible for this program are homeless, low-income, and have a documented disability.

Ann Arbor Housing Commission

727 Miller Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: 734-794-6720

Ann Arbor Housing Commission (AAHC) seeks to provide desirable housing and related supportive services for low-income individuals and families on a transitional and/or permanent basis. AAHC will partner with housing and service providers to build healthy residential communities and promote an atmosphere of pride and responsibility.

Ypsilanti Housing Commission

601 Armstrong Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-482-4300

The Housing Commission administers the low-income public housing and Section 8 programs within the City to ensure that participants are provided with adequate, safe, and affordable housing opportunities.

Avalon Housing

1327 Jones Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Phone: 734-663-5858

Avalon Housing is a community-based, non-profit organization that was created in 1992 to develop, own, and manage permanent supportive housing. Our mission is to provide affordable housing and support services for Washtenaw County's lowest income households, with a priority on people who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness, and who have a mental or physical disability.

Shelter Association of Washtenaw County

Delonis Center P.O. Box 7370 312 W. Huron Ann Arbor, MI 48107

Phone: 734-662-2829 #254 or 734-961-1999

The Shelter Association offers those experiencing homelessness a wide array of services, in one central location, all year long. More than 30 community organizations partner with the Shelter Association to help make these services available.

SOS Crisis Center & Community Services

Administration Office: 101 S. Huron Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-485-8730

Resource Center: 114 N. River Ypsilanti, MI 48197

SOS provides temporary shelter for larger families up to three months, with caring, intensive supportive services to help them become stable and find permanent, long-term housing. SOS also offers Rapid Re-Housing (RRH)—a new, nationally recognized model—in which homeless families are moved quickly into permanent affordable housing and receive rental assistance for up to 12 months.

Safe House Center

4100 Clark Ann Arbor, MI 48105

Phone: 734-995-5444 (24 hours)

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

The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County

Ann Arbor Corps. 100 Arbana Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: 734-668-8353

Ypsilanti Corps. 9 S. Park Ypsilanti MI 48198

Phone: 734-482-4700

Salvation Army Staples Family Center Shelter

3660 Packard Ann Arbor, MI

Phone: 734-761-7750

The Staples Family Center is a safe, drug-free homeless shelter operated by The Salvation Army of Washtenaw Co. (TSA-WC). Residents and house staff work together to keep the house running smoothly by assisting each other with meal preparations and daily chores. The Staples Family Center by The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County (TSA-WC). Residents and house staff work together to keep the house running smoothly by assisting each other with meal preparations and daily chores. The Staples Family Center has provided hope and direction to individuals and families since TSA-WC first began operating a family shelter more than 20 years ago.

Veteran Haven of Hope House

809 Henry Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Phone: 734-668-8353

The Veterans Haven of Hope House is a two-year transitional housing program for homeless veterans, which provides individualized services to help transition them back into mainstream society. Veterans Haven of Hope House is operated by the Salvation Army of Washtenaw.

Ozone House

1600 N. Huron Dr. Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-662-2265 or Crisis Line 734-662-2222 (24 hours)

Ypsilanti Youth Drop-In Center

102 North Hamilton (1 block from bus station) Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-485-2222

Ozone House is now offering regular hours to screen young people, ages 17 – 24, for housing opportunities.

Home of New Vision

Transitional Housing for the Recovering Woman

3800 Packard Suite 210 Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Phone: 734-975-1602

Home of New Vision is a non-profit organization that has provided innovative transitional housing, rehabilitation, and therapeutic services for individuals committed to ongoing recovery from chemical dependency in Washtenaw County, Michigan since 1996. Our transitional homes and therapeutic services are open to any chemically dependent person who has a desire to live a life free from the bondage of alcohol and drug addiction.

Dawn Farm

6633 Stoney Creek Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-485-8725 or 734-669-8265

Dawn Farm offers residential treatment, sub-acute detoxification, outpatient treatment and transitional housing. We will help you decide upon the best option for you or your loved one.

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Washtenaw County

4290 Jackson Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: 734-822-0220

Alpha House provides shelter for families experiencing homelessness. Currently, Alpha House can shelter six families at a time. While in shelter families have a private space of their own, receive 3 meals each day and are provided items for their personal and hygiene needs. Each family is assigned a Housing Support Coordinator to help them located safe, affordable housing. Families also work with the Alpha House Employment & Personal Finance Specialist to locate employment, education and training opportunities in order to increase income.

Father Patrick Jackson House

1014 S. Main Ann Arbor, MI 48014

Phone: 734-761-1140

Father Pat Jackson House is a non-denominational, not-for profit organization serving homeless, pregnant and parenting adolescents and their children. Services include shelter, independent living preparation and educational assistance.

Peace Neighborhood Center

Main Office: 1111 N. Maple Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Phone: 734-662-3564

The Peace House Transitional Housing Center provides temporary housing for families as they work to get back on their feet. While staying at Peace House, families meet regularly with Peace staff members to come up with an action plan to address their issues and attain self-sufficiency.


615 S. Mansfield P.O. Box 980465 Ypsilanti, MI 48198

Phone: 734-483-9363

Synod provides permanent supportive housing for seniors who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We are dedicated to the elimination of homelessness among the elderly through the development of supportive housing: low-income housing combined with support services.

Emergency RV

EmergencyRV provides urgently needed shelter to First Responders and victims of wildfires or other natural disasters. If you lost your home due to a recent wildfire/natural disaster and need emergency-transitional housing, please complete the "Survivor Intake Form" on the site.

Detroit Phoenix Center

8801 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI 48202

Phone: 313-482-0916

A low barrier, safe space for young adults, ages 18-24 who are at risk of and/or currently experiencing homelessness.

Family Youth Interventions

418 Cass Ave. Mt. Clemens, MI 48043

Phone: 586-465-1212

The Emergency Shelter-Basic Center Program is licensed as a Child Caring Institution by the Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services.

Direct Assistance Agencies

CRISIS CENTER: 586-307-9100


Ray of Hope: 2 Crocker Blvd. Ste. 201, Mt. Clemens 586-329-4046


Urgent Care Behavioral Center: 43800 Garfield Rd., Clinton Township 586-466-6222 OPEN 24/7

Liberties Day Center: 26345 Gratiot Ave., Roseville 586-777-8094

Hope Not Handcuffs: (help for those who are addicted to narcotics)


Neighbors Free Clinic: 15420 Nineteen Mile Rd., Clinton Twp. 586-649-6114 (located in the Seville Office Complex) Must have Macomb County Identification.

Area meals, showers and clothing:

Christian Covenant Center, 91 Welts, Mt. Clemens 586-944-8829 Supper, Thursdays at 6:00 p.m.

First United Methodist Church, 57 SB Gratiot, Mt. Clemens 586-468-6464 Lunch, Sundays 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. April through October

Grace Episcopal Church, 115 S. Main, Mt. Clemens 586-465-4573 Soup Supper, Sundays and Wednesdays 5:00-6:00 p.m.

St. Margaret of Scotland Church, 21201 Thirteen Mile Rd., St. Clair Shores 586-293-2240 ALL services, November through March Mon, Wed. & Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Trinity Lutheran Church, NE corner of Hall Road & Van Dyke, Utica 586-731-4490, ext. 116. Supper, showers and sack lunches, Sundays from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Zion United Church of Christ, 85 Market St., Mt. Clemens 586-463-0075, Lunch, November-March 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.

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