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Warming Centers in Detroit

SHELTERS AND WARMING CENTERS

St. Johns Community Center, 14320 Kercheval St., 48215. Contact 313-823-8323. Serves single adults.

Operation Get Down, 10100 Harper Ave., Detroit, MI 48213. Contact 313-921-9422. Serves single men.

New Day Multi-Purpose Center, 511 S. Post St., Detroit, MI 48209. Contact 313-842-2420. Serves single men.

The Noah Project, 23 E. Adams Ave., Detroit, MI 48226. Contact 313-965-5422, hours 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Alternatives for Girls, 903 W. Grand River Ave., Detroit, MI 48208. Contact 313-361-4000. Serves at-risk girls and young women.

Convenient House Michigan, 2959 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Detroit, MI 48208. Contact 313-463-2000. Serves youth ages 18-24.

Salvation Army Harbor Light System, 3737 Humboldt Street, Detroit, MI 48208. Contact 313-361-6138. Serves women and children.

EMERGENCY SHELTERS AND WARMING CENTERS

Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority, 707 W. Milwaukee Ave., Detroit, MI 48202. Contact 800-241-4949. Specialty services for people with or at-risk of serious emotional disturbance, severe mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities, substance abuse and MiChild beneficiaries.

Pope Francis Center Detroit, 438 St. Antoine St., Detroit, MI 48226. Contact 313-963-5134.

Central City Integrated Health, 10 Peterboro St., Detroit, MI 48201. Contact 313-831-3160.

Coalition on Temporary Shelter (COTS), 26 Peterboro St., Detroit, MI 48201. Contact 313-831-3777. Serves male- and female-headed families.

Neighborhood Services Organization (NSO) Jumaini Center, 3430 Third St., Detroit, MI 48201. Contact 313-832-3100. Serves single adults.

Matrix Off the Streets. Contact 24-hour crisis line 313-285-1900. Serves at-risk or homeless youth.

Ruth Ellis Center, 77 Victor St., Highland Park, MI, 48203. Contact 313-252-1950. Serves LGBTQ youth and young adults.

In addition to those listed above, the City of Detroit has partnered with organizations to open three warming centers during the cold-weather temps. They are as follows: 

Cass Community Social Services, 1534 Webb, has 40 beds and provides services for families (male and female parents and children). The center is open from 4 p.m. – 8 a.m. Contact the Cass Community Social Services at (313) 883-2277.

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries has 100 beds for men only. The center, 3535 Third Avenue near downtown Detroit, is open from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. For information, contact the Detroit Rescue Mission at (313) 993-6703.

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries has a second location with 25 beds for women and children only. The center, 3840 Fairview between Mack and St. Jean, is open from 4:30 p.m. to 9 a.m.  For information on this location, contact the Detroit Rescue Mission at (313) 331-8990.

For more information regarding the warming centers, call (313) 224-9974.

 

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