Housing

Emergency Shelter


 

1: Call the CAM line at (313) 305-0311.

2: Arrive at access point with photo ID.

3: Meet with CAM Intake staff member.

4: Enter emergency shelters based on availability.

Cass Community Emergency Shelter

Call (313) 883-2277
Web casscommunity.org/services/housing

The Cass Community Services Emergency Shelter is open all year to women and children for up to 90 days.

 

Genesis House III Emergency Shelter

Call (313) 993-4700
Email info@drmm.org
Web drmm.org/services/housing

The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries Genesis House III primarly houses single women with children, especially women struggling with addictions. Shelter Residents are provided meals, shower facilities, and new clothing items. Shelter counselors meet with each resident to help them take steps toward meeting their long term needs. They also ensure that residents receive the medical and counseling services they need.

 

Salvation Army - MATTS

Map 24140 Mound Rd., Warren, MI
Call (586) 754-7400
Web centralusa.salvationarmy.org/emi

Salvation Army MATTS provides an emergency 30 day shelter for men, women and children of all ages. Provides counseling, medical and casework to each client. Clients must be alcohol and drug free, and must be on all prescribed medications. Intakes performed at 2:00 pm - First come, first serve basis.

 

Coordinated Assessment Model (CAM) is an organized process that helps individuals and families experiencing homelessness access available shelter and housing resources in Detroit, Highland Park and Hamtramck. Learn more ▸

South Oakland Shelter

Map 18505 W. 12 Mile Rd., Lathrup Village, MI
Call (248) 809-3773
Email contact@oaklandshelter.org
Web southoaklandshelter.org

South Oakland Shelter partners with over 60 congregations to offer year-round shelter to men, women, and children. Each week, a congregation takes on the responsibility of hosting shelter guests and provides them with overnight accommodations, three daily meals, and transportation. Intake calls: Monday through Friday at 10AM.

 

YWCA Interim House
Domestic Violence Shelter

Call (313) 861-5300
Web ywcadetroit.org/programs/domestic-violence

The YWCA Interim House is the only shelter for domestic violence victims in Detroit. It offers 24-hour crisis help line services, emergency temporary shelter, food and clothing, counseling, legal advocacy referrals, childcare services; transportation, and community referrals.

Transitional Housing


 

Alternatives for Girls

Map 903 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, MI
Call (313) 361-4000
Email resourcecenter@alternativesforgirls.org
Web alternativesforgirls.org

AFG’s Shelter Program provides a stable home, counseling, and life skills training to homeless young women aged 15-21 and their children.

 

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries

Map 150 Stimson St., Detroit, MI
Call (313) 993-4700
Email info@drmm.org
Web drmm.org/services/housing

Transitional Housing Residents may stay up to two years. A wide range of supportive services, including case management, education, mental health, employment and substance abuse aftercare services are available to help residents succeed. Follow-up is provided for up to six months to help them successfully overcome all obstacles to independence and stability.

 

Salvation Army - Harbor Light

Map 3737 Humboldt St., Detroit, MI
Call (313) 361-6136
Web centralusa.salvationarmy.org/emi

The Salvation Army offers housing and rehabilitation for women ages 18 years or older and their children (up to 6yrs) through the Harbor Light Program.

 

Teen Infant Parenting Services (TIPS)

Call (313) 873-0117
Email csswc@csswayne.org
Web csswayne.org/child-welfare-services

TIPS is a Community Social Services of Wayne County transitional housing program with the capacity to serve 16 women and their children in an apartment style setting.

Long-Term Housing


 

Journey to Housing Program

Call (313) 393-2930
Email journeytohousing@svdpdetroit.org
Web svdpdet.org/need-help/journey-to-housing

St. Vincent de Paul's Journey to Housing program in northwestern Wayne County helps with move-in costs, furniture, household goods and monthly rent subsidy. To apply, please contact your local St. Vincent de Paul chapter and you will be referred for an interview.

 

United Community Housing Coalition

Map 2727 Second Ave., Suite 313, Detroit, MI
Call (313) 963-3310
Web uchcdetroit.org/services/rental-assistance

Their primary services are tenant legal counseling, housing placement, and tax and mortgage foreclosure prevention. UCHC also offers a path to long-term housing. Counselors interview the individual or family to determine needs, locate potential affordable housing units, inspect the housing to ensure it meets basic housing quality standards, negotiate rental agreements and move-in costs.

Emergency Shelter


 
1. Call the CAM line at (313) 305-0311.
2. Arrive at access point with photo ID.
3. Meet with CAM intake staff member.
4. Enter emergency shelters based on availability.

Coordinated Assessment Model (CAM) is an organized process that helps individuals and families experiencing homelessness access available shelter and housing resources in Detroit, Highland Park and Hamtramck.
Learn more ▸

 

 


 

Cass Community Emergency Shelter

The Cass Community Services Emergency Shelter is open all year to women and children for up to 90 days.
 
       
 


 

Genesis House III Emergency Shelter

The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries Genesis House III primarly houses single women with children, especially women struggling with addictions. Shelter Residents are provided meals, shower facilities, and new clothing items. Shelter counselors meet with each resident to help them take steps toward meeting their long term needs. They also ensure that residents receive the medical and counseling services they need.
 
             
 


 

South Oakland Shelter

18505 W. 12 Mile Rd.・Map
 
South Oakland Shelter partners with over 60 congregations to offer year-round shelter to men, women, and children. Each week, a congregation takes on the responsibility of hosting shelter guests and provides them with overnight accommodations, three daily meals, and transportation. Intake calls: Monday through Friday at 10AM.
 
      
 


 

Salvation Army - MATTS

24140 Mound Rd.・Map
 
Salvation Army MATTS provides an emergency 30 day shelter for men, women and children of all ages. Provides counseling, medical and casework to each client. Clients must be alcohol and drug free, and must be on all prescribed medications. Intakes performed at 2:00 pm - First come, first serve basis.
 
       
 


 

YWCA Interim House
Domestic Violence Shelter

The YWCA Interim House is the only shelter for domestic violence victims in Detroit. It offers 24-hour crisis help line services, emergency temporary shelter, food and clothing, counseling, legal advocacy referrals, childcare services; transportation, and community referrals.
 
       

Transitional Housing


 

Alternatives for Girls

903 W. Grand Blvd.・Map
 
AFG’s Shelter Program provides a stable home, counseling, and life skills training to homeless young women aged 15-21 and their children.
 
            
 


 

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries

150 Stimson St.・Map
 
Transitional Housing Residents may stay up to two years. A wide range of supportive services, including case management, education, mental health, employment and substance abuse aftercare services are available to help residents succeed. Follow-up is provided for up to six months to help them successfully overcome all obstacles to independence and stability.
 
           
 


 

Salvation Army - Harbor Light

3737 Humboldt St.・Map
 
The Salvation Army offers housing and rehabilitation for women ages 18 years or older and their children (up to 6yrs) through the Harbor Light Program.
 
    
 


 

Teen Infant Parenting Services (TIPS)

TIPS is a Community Social Services of Wayne County transitional housing program with the capacity to serve 16 women and their children in an apartment style setting.
 
          

Long-Term Housing


 

Journey to Housing Program

St. Vincent de Paul's Journey to Housing program in northwestern Wayne County helps with move-in costs, furniture, household goods and monthly rent subsidy. To apply, please contact your local St. Vincent de Paul chapter and you will be referred for an interview.
 
         
 


 

United Community Housing Coalition

2727 Second Ave., Suite 313・Map
 
Their primary services are tenant legal counseling, housing placement, and tax and mortgage foreclosure prevention. UCHC also offers a path to long-term housing. Counselors interview the individual or family to determine needs, locate potential affordable housing units, inspect the housing to ensure it meets basic housing quality standards, negotiate rental agreements and move-in costs.