Abigayle’s Residential Program strives to meet the needs of women who have chosen LIFE for their babies in the face of adversity. These needs may be physical, emotional or spiritual. Our goal as caretakers of those the Lord entrusts to the ministry is to view each individual through the eyes of Christ.
Our program provides shelter for homeless mothers, eighteen years and older, during their pregnancy and postpartum care. The goal of the program is to equip and prepare each woman for independent living, parenthood and a God-focused and seeking life. A unique plan of care is designed to meet each woman’s special needs. In addition to a private room and a safe, nurturing environment, mothers in the program receive much more (see website)
Community Housing Network is a nonprofit organization committed to providing homes for people in need through proven strategies of homelessness prevention, housing assistance and development, community education and referral, advocacy, and additional services. We carry out our work in Southeast Michigan.
We help people who are homeless, people with disabilities, and anyone in housing crisis. Our Housing Resource Center, a one-stop-shop for all things housing, directs people to resources at Community Housing Network and other organizations. We collaborate closely with our community partners to provide the highest level of service possible to those who need it most.
Our residential program is a complete living experience that transforms lives for pregnant teens 13-17 years of age. Our services our continuous, some of the most valuable therapeutic moments occur when cooking meals, changing diapers, playing with babies or playing games.
This one-year rehabilitation program helps women and families transition to stable housing, sobriety, and employment. The Life Skills Program is a Christ-centered, residential program that focuses on our "core issue" separation from God. Through mentoring and discipleship, our goal is to reconcile residents back to God and give them the tools they need, in order to live a responsible, productive life that is free from addiction. This new found freedom will allow our residents to enjoy
all the benefits life has to offer.
Income eligible Macomb County residents facing homelessness, eviction, or foreclosure may be assisted in resolving their housing emergency.
Eligibility and guidelines will vary based on available programs. Documentation for program eligibility is required. Contact your local Community Action Center for more information about rent/mortgage assistance.
In Need of Emergency Housing in Macomb County
Your situation will be assessed and you will be matched with the best resources available to serve you.
Get something to eat, then stake your spot in the sleeping area.
You'll be warm, well fed, and safe for the night.
Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team (MCREST)
provides homeless and displaced individuals the opportunity for
successful transition to independence.
If you need assistance in paying your rent, reside or work in a county with an open waiting list, your income falls within allowable limits, and the rental unit you choose to live in meets the Housing Quality Standards inspection and rental limits set forth by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), you may qualify for the program. Proof of residency in the county for which you apply is required upon your name being drawn off the waiting list for assistance.
The Salvation Army MATTS is a goal based shelter with an average stay of 90 days. MATTS is a drug and alcohol free emergency residential unit for men, women, and children in Macomb County. Residents are offered case management and counseling, referrals, clothing, medical care, and financial assistance. MATTS also offers community services including AA meetings and referrals to other community agencies. If you or someone you know is in need of temporary housing to help regain stability in life, contact MATTS shelter or come to the shelter.
Emergency Shelter services are provided 24-hours per day, 7 days per week. The emergency shelter, located in Macomb County, MI, provides immediate safety and security for survivors of domestic violence and their children. The shelter can only be accessed through our 24-hour crisis line at 586-463-6990.
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