Community Resources

YWCA Interim House
Domestic Violence PO Box 21904
Detroit, MI 48221
(313) 861-5300
24 Hour Hotline
Only shelter in Detroit for women who are victims of domestic.WomenWayne
Detroit Police Victim's Assistance Program Domestic Violence 4707 St. Antoine
Suite M-167
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 833-1660
24 Hour Hotline
Provides crisis intervention, follow-up counseling and prevention programs.N/AWayne
LA VIDA of CHASS Center in Southwest
Domestic Violence 5635 West Fort Street
Detroit, MI 48209
(313) 849-3920 Provide health and wellness services to low income families. Strong Latino base.N/AWayne
Personal Protection OrdersDomestic Violence211 Coleman A. Young
Municipal Center
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 224-6291
(313) 224-6262
Where victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking acquire personal protection orders. N/AWayne
Women In Touch Domestic Violence N/A(313) 737-7168

Provides counseling and has a resource coordinator to help with housing, food, clothes and childcare. Also has a children’s program (Girl Majestic). N/AWayne
Domestic Violence UnitPolice1301 3rd St
5TH Floor North
Detroit, Mi 48226
(313) 237-2579
Police on scene notify unit, then unit is charged with case relating to crime. If there is an arrest or someone is detained they are dispatched. Circumstances vary. N/AWayne
Child Abuse Unit Police1301 3rd St
5th Floor North
Detroit, Mi 48226

(313) 596-5329

Police on scene notify unit, then unit is charged with case relating to crime. If there is an arrest or someone is detained they are dispatched. Circumstances varyN/AWayne
2nd PrecinctPolice13530 Lesure
Detroit, MI 48227
(313) 596-5200
Captain Harold Rochon
Local police precinct N/AWayne
3rd Precinct Police2875 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48202
313) 596-5300
Captain Aric Tosqui
Local police precinct N/AWayne
4th PrecinctPolice4700 W. Fort St.
Detroit, MI 48209
(313) 596-5400
Captain Michael Chambers
Local police precinct N/AWayne
5th (Temporary Site) & 9th PrecinctPolice 11187 Gratiot
Detroit, MI 48213
9th: (313) 596-5900
Captain Mark Bliss
Local police precinct N/AWayne
6th & 8th (Temporary Site) Precinct Police11450 Warwick
Detroit, MI 48228
6th: (313) 596-5600
8th: (313) 596-5801
Captain Steven Walton
Local police precinct N/AWayne
7th Precinct Police5100 E. Nevada
Detroit, MI 48234
(313) 596-5700
Captain Kyra Hope
Local police precinct N/AWayne
10th Precinct Police12000 Livernois
Detroit, MI 48206
(313) 596-1000
Captain Nick Kyriacou
Local police precinct N/AWayne
11th Precinct Police5100 Nevada
Detroit, MI 48234
(313) 596-1100
Captain Timothy Leach
Local police precinct N/AWayne
12th Precinct Police1441 W 7 Mile
Detroit, MI 48203
(313) 596-1200
Captain Kenneth Balinski
Local police precinct N/AWayne
SASHA Center in Detroit Sexual Assault Counseling 2727 2nd Ave. suite 162
Detroit, MI 48201
(888) 865-7055
Offers group counseling, helps victims of sexual violence heal through group activity and provides safe atmosphere for survivors. N/AWayne
Alternatives for GirlsSexual Assault Counseling 903 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit MI 48208
(313) 361-4000 Temporary shelter that provides outreach services. Provide sexual education and safe practices for preventing possible sexual assault. Provides new choices for getting out of prostitution and safe choices for sex workers.N/AWayne
SAY Detroit Family Health Clinic Medical211 Glendale
Highland Park, MI 48203
(313) 869-8569 Say is a part of Detroit rescue mission. Offers free medical care for homeless women & their children. Women/childrenWayne
Covenant Community Care Medical & Dental5716 Michigan Avenue
Detroit, MI 48210
Medical Phone:
(313) 554-1095

Dental Phone:
(313) 554-3880
Medical/Dental services for lowincome, underinsured and uninsured families.

Medical Schedule:
Mon & Tues: 8am-8pm Wed, Thurs & Fri: 8am-4pm
Rotating Sat twice monthly:

Dental Schedule:
Mon -Thurs: 8:00am-5:00pm
Friday: 9am-2:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am-12:00pm
Covenant Community Care Grace Medical & Dental20901 Moross Rd
Detroit, MI 48236
Main: (313) 626-2600
Dental: Phone (313) 626-2620
Medical/Dental services for lowincome, underinsured and uninsured families.

Medical Hours:
M, T, Th & F: 8am-4pm
Wednesday: 8am-8pm

Dental Hours:
Mon through Fri: 8am-4pm
Detroit East Side Community Dental Clinic DentalThe Samaritan Center
5555 Conner Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48213
(313) 571-2648
By appointment only.

They service adults (age 21 and over) on Medicaid and children on Medicaid and MIChild as well as low-income, uninsured individuals whose income falls below 200% of the Federal poverty level at reduced fees
intake form
Covenant House MichiganShelter & Transitional Housing2959 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48208
(313) 463-2000Youth Shelter 18-22
Provides housing 1-90 day, educational resources,
Job training and counseling.
Age 18-22 Wayne
Oasis (All Male Facility)
Shelter & Transitional Housing13220 Woodward Avenue
Highland Park, MI 48203
(313) 868-1946 Provides emergency shelter, as well as transitional and permanent Housing. They also have a Returning Citizens program and Transitional Housing for Veterans.
Detroit Rescue MissionShelter & Transitional Housing150 Stimson Street
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 993-4700This is the main office. There are many different facilities which provides transitional housing.
Perfecting Community Care CenterShelter & Transitional Housing7100 E. Davison
Detroit, MI 48212
(313) 365-2273Part of Perfecting church. They provide food & utility assistance along with shelter.N/AWayne
Salvation Army Denby CenterShelter & Transitional Housing20775 Pembroke
Detroit, Mi 48219
(313) 537-2130

(313) 537-3395
Aids in shelter, food and transitional housing.N/AWayne
Southwest SolutionsShelter & Transitional HousingHousing Resource Center
1600 Porter St.
Detroit, Mi 48216
(313) 963.6601Helps homeless find permanent housing. N/AWayne
Crossroads of MichiganFood, Medical & Financial Assistance2424 West Grand Blvd
Detroit, MI 48208
(313) 831-2787
hours vary
Provides food, minimal financial assistance, as well as aid in acquiring medical services, prescriptions and more. N/AWayne
Crossroads East Food, Medical & Financial Assistance Salem Church
21230 Moross Rd.
Detroit, MI 48236
(313) 822-4441Provides food, counseling,minimal financial assistance and aid for medical services.

Food service hours:
Mon, Tue, Thurs: 9:00am - 12:00pm & 1:00pm - 4:00p
Wed: Free food After 1:00pm (No registration needed)
Fri: 9:00am-12:00pm
Gleaners Community Food BankFood Assistance2131 Beaufait Street
Detroit, Mi 48207
(313) 923-3535
(866) 453-2637
Provides food assistance N/AWayne
All SaintsFood Assistance7824 West Fort Street
Detroit, MI 48209
(313) 841-1428 EXT 5Food Assistance Hours:
Tues: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Wed& TH: 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM

Soup kitchen is open from 11:00am to 12:30am on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Bethany Lutheran ChurchFood Assistance11475 East Outer Drive
Detroit, Mi 48224
(313) 885-7721Food assistance Hours:
2nd & 4th Wed of each month: 11am -12:30pm
Southwest Food CenterFood Assistance6353 West Vernor
Detroi, Mi 48209
(313) 494-4600Supplemental food program for pregnant and post-partum women as well as children under 6 years of age (non-WIC).

Mon-Th: 9:00am -5:00pm
Fri: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Westside Food CenterFood Assistance1300 Oakman Boulevard
Detroit, Mi 48238

(313) 494-4600Supplemental food program for pregnant and post-partum women as well as children under 6 years of age (non-WIC).

Mon-Th: 9:00am -5:00pm
Fri: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Eastside Food CenterFood Assistance 9151 Chalmers
Detroit, Mi 48213
(313) 494-4600Supplemental food program for pregnant and post-partum women as well as children under 6 years of age (non-WIC).

Mon-Th: 9:00am -5:00pm
Fri: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Detroit CAC LocationCounseling40 East Ferry Street
Detroit, Mi 48202
(313) 833-2970The Kids-TALK program provides a child-friendly environment and trained staff to conduct forensic interviews with children alleging child sexual or physical abuse, and witnesses to violence.N/AWayne
Central Detroit Christian Youth ServicesCounseling150 Belmont
Detroit, Mi 48202
(313) 873-0064 EXT 13After school activities, summer programs, tutoring k-5th gr. Day camp, Job training. Summer work 14-25. Exclusive to Detroit residents.K-25
Det. Resident
Matrix Off The StreetsYouth680 Virginia Park
Detroit, Mi 48202
(313) 873-0678
24 Hour Crisis Hotline
Provides voluntary crisis intervention and supports to families and youth. Their Shelter and Transitional Living services include safe stay, counseling, case management, transportation to and from school, life skills and opportunities for recreation. Non-residential, Street Outreach and other prevention-oriented supports are also available. Matrix Off The Streets offers services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to youth runaway/homeless & potential runaway/homeless, homeless or facing possible at-risk and crisis situations.N/AWayne
Southwest Counseling SolutionsYouth5716 Michigan Avenue
Detroit, Mi 48210
(313) 963-2266Counseling for children, youth and families. Also provides services for youth.
Youth services. Wayne
LGBT DetroitLGBT41 Burroughs Street
Suite 109
Detroit, Mi 48202
(313) 285-9733Provides counseling for LGBT persons. They also have specific programs for youth and elders.N/AWayne
Ruth Ellis CenterLGBT77 Victor Street
Highland Park, Mi 48203
(313) 867-6936Drop in services for 14-24 year old youth on Mon, Wed & Th. They provide clothing, food, shower access and toiletries. Case management services are available as well as a place for youth to hang out. They are not a shelter but offer limited (3-5 beds) housing for fostered LGBT youth on an intake basis.Age 14-24Wayne
South Central - Children & Family Services Financial1801 E. Canfield
Detroit, Mi 48201
(313) 578-5500DHS office in Detroit that provides benefits for families in need (Bridge Card, Welfare, and Medicaid). No counseling available. Social program, services
based on
MDHHS - Oakman Adult ServicesFinancialCadillac Place
3040 W Grand Blvd Suite 5-650
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 456-1000DHS office in Detroit that provides benefits for families in need (Bridge Card, Welfare, and Medicaid). No counseling available. Social program, services
based on
DHS - Gratiot/Seven Mile DistrictFinancial14061 Lappin
Detroit, Mi 48205
(313) 372-6200DHS office in Detroit that provides benefits for families in need (Bridge Card, Welfare, and Medicaid). No counseling available. Social program, services
based on
MDHHS - Grandmont Service Center Financial17455 Grand River Ave
Detroit, Mi 48227
(313) 493-7801DHS office in Detroit that provides benefits for families in need (Bridge Card, Welfare, and Medicaid). No counseling available. Social program, services
based on
MDHHS - Fort Wayne DistrictFinancial6534 W. Jefferson
Detroit, Mi 48209
(313) 554-8300DHS office in Detroit that provides benefits for families in need (Bridge Card, Welfare, and Medicaid). No counseling available. Social program, services
based on
MDHHS - Greydale/Grand River DistrictFinancial17330 Greydale
Detroit, Mi 48219
(313) 387-7100DHS office in Detroit that provides benefits for families in need (Bridge Card, Welfare, and Medicaid). No counseling available. Social program, services
based on
Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment (SAFE)Domestic Violence269 Walker Street #721
Detroit, Michigan 48207
(800) 757-4919 EXT 15Assists survivors of domestic violence through specialized training focused on gaining or building the skills needed to reenter the workforce, obtain higher paying positions and manage their finances through a network of shelters and domestic violence agencies and public access locations.N/AWayne
Cass Community Social ServicesShelter11850 Woodrow Wilson
Detroit, Mi 48206
(313) 883-2277
1 (855) 964-6353
Evening Outreach Line
Provides transitional housing for men/women and children, and family shelter. They help connect individuals to resources.N/AWayne
ACCESS Community
Administrative Offices
General2651 Saulino Court
Dearborn, MI 48120
(313) 842-7010Offers varied social services including immigration, unemployment job training, and placement. Also has summer and afternoon youth programs . The organization caters to the Arab community but offer services to everyone. There are many locations in both Wayne & Macomb county.N/AWayne / Macomb
Lifespan Clinical ServicesSexual Assault Counseling18316 Middlebelt Rd
Livonia, MI 48152
(248) 615-9730Provides counseling for people in crisis situations. Including domestic violence and sexual assault.N/AWayne
Loring Therapy LLCCounseling2240 Middlebelt Rd. Garden City, MI 48135(313) 415-7622Offers low-cost & sliding scale fees for those that may not have insurance or high co-pays.
Also does house calls for those with transportation or physical limitations. Loring provides a wide range of counseling and group therapy for individuals and couples .
First StepDomestic Violence4567 Pinetree Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170
(734) 416-1111
24 hour crisis line:
(888) 453-5900 or (734) 459-5900
Advocacy center that provides resources to victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault and their families. Offers counseling, prevention program and referrals. N/AWayne
Wayne County SafeSexual Assault Counseling12701 Telegraph Rd.
Taylor, MI 481800

(313) 964-9701

24-Hour Crisis Line:
(313) 430-8000
Provides medical-forensic care to Wayne County survivors of sexual assault with immediate crisis advocacy, follow-up care & counseling. Provides choices of services in a confidential, non-judgmental atmosphere at no cost to the patient. N/AWayne
Starfish Family Services Youth715 Inkster Rd.
Inkster, MI 48141
(866) 672-4357
24-hour crisis line
Offers youth (ages 10-17) a safe, short-term place to stay, while we counsel the entire family to work through problems. Transitional Living Program is available for ages 16-20.
Open to
ages 10-17.
housing for
ages 16-20.
Oakwood Taylor Teen Health CenterYouth26650 Eureka
Taylor, MI 48180
(734) 942-2273

(734) 942-0490
Offers health services for teens ages 10-21 and services for special education persons through age 26. They provide preventative care, primary care, physicals, sexual health services, family planning (no abortions or abortion Referrals), prenatal care, counseling, religious services. Primarily for low income individuals.Religious service, Women/ChildrenWayne
Wayne Hope Medical ClinicYouth33608 Palmer Road
Westland, MI 48185
(734) 710-6688Free medical clinic for adults and children without insurance. Accepts donations.N/AWayne
Kids-TALK Program / The Guidance CenterYouth13101 Allen Road
Southgate, MI 48195
(734) 785-7716Provides counseling services for youth and families. Outpatient therapeutic services are provided free-of-charge to families whose children have been through a traumatic event and have no prior psychiatric history. For children who have a prior history of psychiatric care and need therapy for their trauma, home-based services are provided to help in the youth and family's stabilization. Other services available as well.For youth
HAVENDomestic Violence30400 Telegraph Rd #101, Bingham Farms, MI 4802524-Hour Hotline
(248) 334-1274
Helps victims of domestic violence and sexual assault find shelter, offers counseling, and helps victims through the legal system and inquiring PPOs.N/AOakland
South Oakland ShelterFood and Shelter18505 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Lathrup Village, MI 48067
(248) 809-3773

(248) 809-3941
Homeless shelter with a 30 day program run on first come first served basis. First come
first served,
must fill out
intake form.
Grace Center of HopeFood and Shelter35 East Huron
Pontiac, MI 48342
1 (855) HELP-GCH30 day shelter that also provides a 1 year life skills program.Must fill out
intake form.
Women & Teens Pregnancy CenterFood and Shelter263 Cesar E. Chavez
Pontiac, Mi 48342
(248) 338-4357Programs for pregnant and possibly pregnant women and teens. Counseling and work to earn cribs, car seats, etc. WomenOakland
Common Ground Sanctuary
Youth Shelter
Youth1222 South Washington Royal Oak, Mi 48067 (248) 547- 2260For runaway and homeless youth 22 and under. 3 week program with sanctuary & counseling for 10-17 year olds. Longer transitional living programs available up to 2 years. 18 month transitional living program with 2 bed sanctuary for 16-17 year olds . 2 year program for 18-22 year olds, must work or go to school. Counseling and case management provided once a week.22 and underOakland
Transgender MichiganLBGT23211 Woodward Ave. #309
Ferndale, Mi 48220
(800) 842-2954Counseling for all LGBT people, with a focus on transgender persons.N/AOakland
Turning Point in Mt. ClemensDomestic Violence158 S Main St
Mt Clemens, Mi 48043
24-Hour Hotline
(586) 463-6990
Provides resources for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Also provides resources to LGBT persons.N/AMacomb
MCRESTFood and Shelter20415 Erin St
Roseville, Mi 48066
(586) 415-5101Homeless Shelter. First come first served, pre-screen and background check. 90 day rotation intake stops at 3pm. Must be in by 6:00am - 5:00pm.Open to all,
preliminary questionnaire.
Compassion Pregnancy Center Pregnancy37540 S. Gratiot
Suite 100
Clinton Twp., Mi 48038
(586) 783-2229

24-Hour Hotline
1(800) 712-HELP
Offers pregnancy and STD testing, as well as post-abortion counseling services. Support services for men, women, and teens. Also provides free package information with pregnancy options. Open to youth.WomenMacomb
Branch County Coalition Against Domestic Violence Domestic Violence220 N. Michigan Avenue.
Coldwater, MI 49036
(517) 278-3356

24-hours Crisis Hotline:
(517) 278-7432
Provides victims of domestic violence and sexual assault refuge transitional housing and job training. They also connect them with any other resources that would allow them to safely continue their lives after the event. Women/ChildrenState
United Way for Southeastern MichiganGeneral660 Woodward Avenue, Ste. 300
Detroit, MI 48226 
(313) 226-9200 

(313) 226-9210
Equality MILGBT19641 W. 7 Mile Rd
Detroit, MI 48219
(313) 537-7000

Reporting line
1 (866) 962-1147 ext. 114
LGBTQ advocacy and anti-violence support and assistance. Does not provide legal advice, emergency services, or crisis counseling.N/AState
Shriner’s Hospital Medical24350 Southfield Rd Southfield, Mi 48075(248) 569-2900 Ext: 109Provides care to children regardless of ability to pay. Does orthopedics, burns, spinal cord injury, clef lip and palate. Does not have a hospital in Michigan. Children are transported and treated elsewhere. N/AState
RAINNSexual Assault 1220 L Street, NW
Suite 505
Washington, DC 20005
(800) 656-HOPE (4673)
Partners with 1,100 local sexual assault service providers. Offers victims of sexual violence with free, confidential services around the clock.N/ANational
Don’t Look Away Emotional SupportDomestic Violence N/AText “Loveis” to 22522
Text for help service program, designed to help young people with healthy dating and relationships.N/ANational
UnitedHealthcare Children's FoundationMedicalMailing Address
UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation
PO Box 41 Minneapolis, MN 55440-0041

Overnight Mailing Address
UnitedHealthcare Children's Foundation
9700 Health Care Lane MN017-W400
Minnetonka, MN 55343
1 (855) MY-UHCCFThis Foundation provides Financial Assistance towards the family's share of the cost of (special) medical services for their children across the country. This includes speech therapy, physical therapy, psychological counseling, and medical equipment including wheelchairs, braces and dental care. Children must
be 16 or
must meet
live in the U.S.
and cannot be
covered by
Medicaid or
Medicare or a
private health
insurance plan
& be
1in6.orgDomestic Violence1in6, Inc.
P.O. Box 222033
Santa Clarita, CA 91322
N/AHas 24/7 online chat services. Provides counseling, and help with getting resources. Caters to
men but
National Domestic Violence 24-Hour HotlineDomestic ViolenceN/A(800) 799-SAFE (7233)
The Hotline is a 24/7 center that has access to service providers and shelters across the U.S. Offers help through phone services, online chat and text messaging, partners with loveisrespect.orgN/ANational