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Below are 12 shelters for homeless in Wayne, MI County.

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries - Emergency Shelter
Detroit, MI - 48201
(313) 993-4700

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries is recognized as a credible expert in our fields of homelessness, addiction, substance abuse prevention for youth and adults and innovative, sustainable economic development projects. Our staff and clients have been interviewed for local television, news, commercial radio, public television and public radio (both nationally and local).The DRMM provides evidence-based programs that end homelessness, promote sobriety and help individuals of all ages to be free and productive members of the community. We offer a range of programs to meet people where they are in life and provide them with the resources and support to become self sufficient

Covenant House Michigan - Covenant House Community Service Center-east (for Ages 13 To 22)
Detroit, MI - 48208
(313) 463-2000

Covenant House Michigan is a faith-based nonprofit organization that provides hope to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 13-22. We provide shelter, educational and vocational programs, as well as other support services, to help 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.CHM has come to be known by Detroit area young people as a place they can go to build a better future and be treated with respect and unconditional love. Over 54,785 youth have been served by CHM since its inception in September, 1997.

Covenant House Michigan - Covenant House Community Service Center-west (for Ages 13 To 22)
Detroit, MI - 48209
(313) 923-0219

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries - Transitional Housing
Detroit, MI - 48231
(313) 993-4700

Transitional Housing Residents may stay up to two years while they address issues that contributed to their homelessness. While there, they are able to work towards stability, education and training, and find employment to meet their needs. 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 after they leave to help them successfully overcome all obstacles to independence and stability.

Vista Maria (for Girls)
Dearborn Heights, MI - 48127
(313) 271-3050

At Vista Maria, we serve over 1,000 children every year who have been abused, neglected and traumatized.  They are confused, angry and scared.  Some are full of despair with little hope for a promising future.We help them to rebuild their lives through our full array of highly intensive programming, including female gender responsive treatment, to help address the tough issues faced by adolescent girls, ages 11 to 17. We also provide community-based services for emotionally challenged boys and girls, ages 6 to 17 in Michigan's foster care system.

Covenant House Michigan - Rights Of Passage (for Ages 18 To 22)
Detroit, MI - 48208
(313) 463-2600

Rights of Passage gives our youth a safe environment to continue to pursue their education and find a job while learning independent living skills such as time and money management and decision making. Every resident develops a life plan that outlines their goals and leads them towards successful independent living. They are assigned a counselor and mentor and receive individual and group counseling and medical care.

Eastside Emergency Center
Detroit, MI - 48213
(313) 824-3060

Operation Get Down - Transitional Housing (for Men)
Detroit, MI - 48213
(313) 921-9422

Transitional Housing:This is a temporary residency for men for up to 24 months while preparing them for independent living. Men in this program must be committed to being drug free. Supportive services include: case management, individual/group substance abuse treatment, job training and employment referrals, and housing referrals.Clients are referred from various sources, including churches, treatment programs, emergency shelters, and walk-in homeless. This program is funded by the City of Detroit

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries - Permanent Housing
Detroit, MI - 48201
(313) 313-1946

Donald F. DeVos Ministry Center - All Male Facility, Permanent Housing for the Disabled

Volunteers Of America Michigan - Sumby Senior Housing (for Ages 62 And Older)
River Rouge, MI - 48218
(313) 357-2891

Opened in October, 2006, this inviting 55 unit, three-story housing community features one bedroom apartments for low-income seniors.  Sumby is situated in a residential neighborhood near senior centers, libraries, transportation, entertainment and diverse houses of worship. Transportation provided to beautiful, brand new shopping center just minutes away.  Sumby is named after the historic Sumby Hospital which was formerly located on this site and continues to be a beacon in the community.

Volunteers Of America Michigan - Coventry Place Apartments (for Elder 62+ And The Disabled)
Redford, MI - 48239
(313) 531-5335

Coventry Place Apartments has 97 apartments of affordable housing for elderly and disabled persons. Nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood, we offer high quality amenities with your comfort and enjoyment in mind. Relax outdoors in our enclosed courtyard, make an appointment at our on site beauty and barber shop, or participate in our many social events hosted in the community room or lounge. Kick back and watch a movie on your choice of two big screen televisions or have fun and join an exercise class. Whatever your preference, Coventry has the solution! We offer studio and one bedroom apartments and residents pay just 30% of their monthly adjusted income for rent and utilities. We are pleased to offer a myriad of supportive services to aid in improving our resident’s quality of life and sustaining their ability to live independently. 

Volunteers Of America Michigan - Oak Village Square Apartments (for Ages 62 And Older)
Detroit, MI - 48204
(313) 934-0010

Located on Detroit's west side, this 75-unit apartment community for the elderly is a hidden gem!  Our Residents enjoy many social activities as well as a wide variety of supportive services.  Amenities include community room with kitchen, game rooms, library, and laundry rooms.  Just 8 years old and newly redecorated, our décor is competitive with any upscale apartment community, but our residents pay just 30% of the adjusted income for rent and utilities!

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