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Wayne County area low income housing units and homeless shelters.

Individuals facing eviction or who are homeless in Wayne County Michigan can receive support from emergency homeless shelters as well as low income and transitional housing units. A number of organizations and government supported programs offer assistance to those who need it. In addition to providing a place to stay, clients can access other services such as career counseling, education, and job placement.

The goal of anyone staying at a center in the Detroit area is to get them into long term, permanent housing or apartments as soon as possible. So clients will work with a social worker on obtaining self-sufficiency. Also get help in finding a new place to live. This will include referrals and information about various rent and security deposit assistance programs in Wayne County. The primary low income housing resources in the region are listed below.

Alternatives For Girls
903 W Grand Blvd., Detroit, Michigan 48208.
Dial (313) 361-4000
Coordinates transitional housing and emergency shelter for young women, their children, and at risk girls. Many individuals also need to enroll into the Transition to Independent Living Program. This will, among other things, offer educational services, counseling to address personal and family issues, and to help people prepare for, seek and obtain employment.

Cass Community Social Services
11850 Woodrow Wilson, Detroit, MI 48206
Call (313) 883-2277.
Is transitional housing for homeless men with serious mental illness. The long term goal is to get them back to independent living.

Mom's Place, part of Cass Community Social Services
1534 Webb St.
Detroit, MI 48206-1348
Phone - (313) 883-2277 or
Another location is at the address of 1464 Webb St.
Detroit, MI 48206-1383
(313) 883-2277




Catholic Social Services Of Wayne County - TIPS Apartments
1600 Blaine Ave.
Detroit, Michigan 48206
Telephone number is (313) 873-0117
Teen mothers can access transitional housing. While staying at the apartments, also access counseling, literacy classes, and assistance completing your GED and/or returning to high school. Food and financial aid may be offered too.

Teen Infant Parenting Services (TIPS) - Coalition On Temporary Shelter
26 Peterboro
Detroit, MI 48201
Telephone number is (313) 831-3777
A second location is at 16630 Wyoming Ave. Telephone - (313) 862-3234

Coalition On Temporary Shelter Transitional Housing - Women And Children
1887 W Grand Blvd.
Detroit, Michigan 48208
Phone number is (313) 361-1300
The non-profit can provide qualified Wayne County residents with housing up to 24 months while they work toward educational goals and overall economic stability. Individuals will need to pay a modest fee or rent for their unit. Also access education, job search and placement programs while working with a case manager.

Covenant House Michigan
Address - 2959 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48208
Call (313) 463-2600 for information or intake for this low income housing unit.





Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
A few centers are in the greater Wayne County region, as indicated below.
-3840 Fairview, Detroit, Michigan 48214, (313) 331-8990
-131 Stimson St., Detroit, MI 48231, telephone number is (313) 993-4700
-Genesis House II is based at 2015 Webb St., Detroit, MI 48206, call (313) 883-5614
-Christian Guidance Center, 91 Glendale, Highland Park, Michigan 48203, call (313) 869-8569
-OASIS - 13220 Woodward Ave., Highland Park, MI 48203. Call this lower income housing program at (313) 868-1946
These various centers operate transitional shelters for women and children. In addition to getting a place to stay, other resources include ID procurement assistance, housing search/placement assistance, job search, nutritional information and referrals to other non-profit community resources as needed.


Life Challenge Of Southeastern Michigan
17667 Pierson St.
Detroit, Michigan 48219
(313) 531-0111
This location offers a one year residential program aimed at individuals who have behavioral and even substance abuse problems.

Lutheran Social Services Of Michigan - Heartline Residence For Women
8201 Sylvester St.
Detroit, MI 48214
Main number is (313) 923-4200
The charity can provide transitional housing and shelter for women for up to 6 months. It also offers job programs, financial literacy classes, free meals and even clothing. Another center is at 30600 Michigan Ave. in Westland.

Matrix Human Services - Off The Streets
680 Virginia Park St.
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 873-0678

Peter Claver Center - Matrix Human Services
450 Eliot St.
Detroit, Michigan 48201
(313) 831-2503
Offers transitional shelter for women with a history of homelessness, substance abuse, or domestic violence. A number of other services are provided too, including information on low income housing, rental and security deposits programs, and general guidance.

Lifehouse - Travelers Aid Society Of Metropolitan Detroit
Main address is 65 Cadillac Sq. 30th Floor
Detroit, MI 48226
Call (313) 962-6740





Ruth Ellis Center
77 Victor St.
Highland Park, Michigan 48203
(313) 252-1950
This is a shelter, housing, and independent living program for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. In addition to the housing, access basic life skills education, interpersonal skill building, employment preparation, educational advancement, and also mental and physical health care.

Veteran's Haven, Inc.
Address is 4924 S. Wayne Rd.
Wayne, MI 48184
Call (734) 728-0527 for information.
This particular non-profit organization offers shelter and transitional housing to honorably discharged Veterans in Detroit and Wayne County Michigan. In addition, those veterans and their families that are accepted into the program and seeking employment may receive clothing for job interviews and assistance with transportation. Last, but not least, participants may receive guidance for preparation for independent living, filing VA claims, financial literacy, and budgeting.


By Jon McNamara


















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