Homeless Shelters

Detroit
Homeless Shelters

Detroit Homeless Shelters

Salvation Army (the) - Eastern Michigan Divisionmacomb County Transitional Housing Center

42605 Orchard Rd.
Clinton Township, MI 48036

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Homeless men and women who have been drug-free for a minimum of 30 days and reside in Macomb county. (Oakland and Wayne county residents may be accepted if room is available). No children are permitted in the program.

Hours

Mon-Fri 8am-4pm.

Common Ground Sanctuary

1410 S Telegraph
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
(248) 456-8150

Services

To empower people to reach their goals.

Common Ground Sanctuary provides mental health services to persons of all ages. There is a 24-htheir crisis hot line, 24-htheir psychiatric screening facility, crisis residential for adults, transitional living programs for homeless youth, shelter for youth/adolescents, street outreach program, victim advocacy.

Macomb Coalition For Emergency Shelter

PO Box 856
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 783-0916

Services

The mission of the Macomb Homeless Coalition is to act as an advocate for the homeless and potentially homeless in Macomb COunty by collaborating efforts that promote and sustain self-sufficiency.

Continuum of Care - As the CoC for Macomb County, MHC works with local agencies to fill the needs of the homeless HMIS - The MHC provides, through HUD funding, liecenses and system administrator support of the Homeless Management Information System. Housing Resource Specialist (HRS) - The HRS is an information, resource and referral service to all of Macomb County residents with housing needs.

Lighthouse Path

130 Center St.
Pontiac, MI 48342
(248) 335-1950

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Homeless adult women who are pregnant or have children; who have income from employment, DHS or child support; and who have the ability to work or attend school. The PATH Teen Program is available to homeless, pregnant or parenting teens who are willing to complete their high school graduation requirements.

Documents

Written referral letter from a shelter or human service agency that verifies homelessness.

Hours

24 hours.

Grace Centers Of Hope

35 E Huron St.
Pontiac, MI 48342
(248) 334-2187

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Adult men and women and families.

Documents

Must show government issued photo identification and a second ID.

Hours

24 hours.

Sos Community Servicessos Crisis Center

114 N River St.
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
(734) 961-1999

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Homeless families in Washtenaw County.

Hours

Housing Acces Line: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm. In person interviews by appointment.

Fairview County Home

3604 S Custer Rd.
Monroe, MI 48161
(734) 240-3190

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Individuals 45 and older who reside in Monroe County and are physically disabled and/or mentally ill and are unable to live independently. All residents must be sober and willing to receive services.

Documents

Referral from Monroe Community Mental Health Authority if applicable. Must show government issued photo identification. Documentation of disability and/or mental illness.

Hours

Mon-Fri 7:30am-5pm. Staff on duty 24 hrs.

Shelter Association Of Washtenaw County

312 W Huron St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(734) 961-1999

Services

Homeless Shelter, Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Individuals over the age of 18 whose last permanent address was in Washtenaw County and are homeless. Individuals must commit to working on obtaining sustainable housing and be clean and sober at entry and willing to try to remain so for the duration of the stay. Clients in the Night Shelter Program are obligated to save 70% of their income and work with their case managers to achieve the goals established in their personal action plans.

Documents

Must show government issued photo identification and pass a drug and alcohol screening.

Hours

Night shelter operates 9pm-7am.

Michigan Ability Partners

3810 Packard Rd. Suite 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
(734) 975-6880

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Homeless individuals age 18 and older who reside in Washtenaw County.

Documents

Must show government issued photo identification. Requests Social Security card.

Hours

Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Washtenaw County At Alphahouse

4290 Jackson Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(734) 961-1999

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Families with at least one minor child who are homeless in Washtenaw County. Families may be referred into the Housing Relocation program once they have started generating a steady income.

Documents

Must show government issued photo identification.

Hours

Shelter 24 hours.

Home Of New Vision

3800 Packard Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
(734) 975-1602

Services

Transitional Housing/Shelter

Eligibility

Women age 18 and older with a primary diagnosis of substance abuse/dependency who have been free of substance use for three days and no currently taking any anti-psychotic medication.

Documents

Must show government issued photo identification.

Hours

24 hours.

Washtenaw Housing Alliance

PO Box 7993
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
(734) 222-3575

Services

MISSION The mission of the Washtenaw Housing Alliance is to end homelessness in their community. BELIEFS The root causes of homelessness include: poverty, including the loss of resources caused by substance abuse, physical illness and mental illness, violence, including domestic and sexual violence usually directed against women and children, racism and other institutionalized prejudices, and class privilege and discriminatory patterns of economic and social investment. Any strategies to end, or even to minimize homelessness, must be designed with these root causes in mind. In order to end homelessness, it is imperative that all members of the community, individuals, institutions, and government participate in the effort. The Washtenaw Housing Alliance models this community partnership by consisting of a wide range of organizations dedicated to helping people who are homeless and those who are in danger of losing their housing. They will work to fulfill their mission through collaboration and partnerships that address root causes of homelessness, and by making needed systemic changes that will sustain over time. VISION  Every person who is homeless or at risk of homelessness will be provided with alternatives for shelter, housing and services, including those who are vulnerable and difficult to serve. Helping persons who are homeless must include: Provision of basic necessities, including food, clothing and medical care Development and maintenance of accessible and responsive options for emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent housing Promotion of individual autonomy through development of education and employment opportunities, debt reduction and credit assistance, literacy programs, transportation and childcare Support services to keep individuals and families in housing

The Washtenaw Housing Alliance members agencies provide the following services for those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness: shelter for families, teens,individuals, and survivors of domestic violence; food distribution and reclamation; case management in the areas of primary care, mental health, substance abuse, life skills, job training and employment; supportive housing; emergency services.

Livingston Area Council Against Spousal Abuse

2895 W Grand River
Howell, MI 48843
(517) 548-1350

Services

Domestic Violence Shelters, Sexual Assault Shelters, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Battered Women

Eligibility

Livingston County residents who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault or child abuse in need of a safe place to stay due to violence. Must be age 18 or older, or an emancipated minor. For transitional housing, must be TANF eligible.

Documents

None.

Hours

24/7