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Macomb County rent assistance.

Find how to get rental assistance in Macomb County Michigan. Community action agencies, non-profits, charities, and other organizations can offer low income housing and emergency help in the form of rent payments.

Financial assistance, counseling, and a number of other services can be provided to help individuals avoid homelessness and stay in their homes or apartments. The agencies and organizations in Macomb County Michigan are all dedicated to assisting individuals with paying their rent and other critical housing expenses. There may be funds available for either a portion of a security deposit or other rehousing costs.

Learn about such programs as section 8 housing vouchers, homeless prevention and rapid rehousing, and a number of other financial assistance programs. Case managers offer tenants options, and the goal is to assist low income residents of the county. Many can even direct individuals to federal government or Michigan rental assistance programs too.

Macomb County Community Action Centers

A number of programs, services, and resources are offered for the low income, people in poverty, unemployed, and anyone who needs help. The assistance provided is extensive and includes emergency rent and housing assistance, information and referrals on Michigan and federal government assistance programs, low income housing information, and section 8 vouchers. A number of other services are provided too, such as food, utilities, and other aid.

North Action Center – This office helps individuals in the following towns and cities. Armada, Bruce Township, Chesterfield Township (north of 23 Mile Road), Lenox, Macomb Township (north of 23 Mile Road), Memphis, New Baltimore (north of 23 Mile Road), New Haven, Ray, Richmond, Romeo, Shelby Township (north of 23 Mile Road), or Washington Township. Location is 58144 Gratiot, New Haven, MI 48048. Phone 586-749-5146

Central Action Center – This location supports residents of Chesterfield Township (south of 23 Mile Road), Clinton Township, Fraser, Harrison Township, Macomb Township (south of 23 Mile Road), Mount Clemens, New Baltimore (south of 23 Mile Road), Shelby Township (south of 23 Mile Road), St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, or Utica Michigan. 16 Market Street, Mount Clemens, MI 48043, phone 586-469-6964




South Community Action Center – If you live in Roseville, Center Line, Eastpointe, or Warren Michigan, call this location for assistance, including referrals to loans for paying back rent. Address is 22856 Ryan Road, Warren, MI 48091, dial 586-759-9150.

Carlas Champions is another charity type organization to call. It can provide financial support to community members. Prioirty is for the vulnerable, such as senior citizens or single parents with a job that are working. Call the Warren Michigan Agency.

Michigan Department of Human Services provides services to both Macomb County Michigan as well as the entire state. A number of housing programs are offered, including emergency rental assistance and mortgage. The non-profit also has low income housing lists for senior citizens, assisted living, nursing homes, retirement communities, and respite care.

The lists can help people find affordable homes or apartments to live in. As part of this, Macomb DHS may also help pay a portion or rental or utility deposits. The three main offices are in Macomb County, and they are located in Sterling Heights (586-254-1500), Mount Clemens (586-469-7700), and Warren (586-427-0600).

Macomb Department of Planning & Economic Development runs the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program. It can pay for security deposits, first month’s rent, and up to 18 months of recurring monthly rent expenses. Dial (586) 469-6451

MCCSA – Has a low income housing list, and offers rental programs and advice for landlord-tenant issues. Call any one of the following locations for help. Warren – (586-759-9150), New Haven (586-749-5146), Mount Clemens (phone 586-469-6964)

Macomb County Senior Citizen Services (call  586-469-6313). The agency has housing assistance vouchers, including section 8, for very low income people, including the disabled as well.

Community Housing Network – Offers transitional housing for individual adults, pregnant women, and low income families. They are also a great place to contact for referrals to housing and rent assistance programs. The network can provide information on no-interest loans, and security deposits can also be paid for. Dial 866-282-3119

Macomb Legal Aid can provide free advice to tenants facing evictions. Or lawyers, on a pro-bono basis, can offer support on disputes over unpaid rent or deposits, unsafe housing, and similar issues. Information is available at (313) 967-5555.







Samaritan House, which can be reached at 586-336-9956, supplies assistance in a limited region. The towns of Washington, Ray, and Macomb are supported as well as other nearby regions. There may be money raised from the community for back rent as well as other housing costs.

ESG is run by non-profits. Occasional government funding can provide funds for rental costs and energy bills to stop evictions. Any support is first come and served, and funds are limited. Other resources range from transitional housing to grants for first months rent to a now stable family. The phone number for referrals is 1--800-552-1183.

Macomb County Community Mental Health (PATH) – This non-profit can offer supportive services and first month's rent/security deposit assistance for the homeless and very low income in the community. Dial 586-469-6152.


By Jon McNamara

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