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Emergency Shelters

MATTS (The Salvation Army)

Serves Macomb County residents first - must have ID. Provides 30 days shelter (per year) for up to 50 persons. Residents must be out during the day looking for work. An alcohol test is required nightly. Counselors assist residents plan for permanent housing. Call (586) 755-5191 for more information.

MCREST (rotating churches)

Intakes are taken Monday to Sunday 1 to 4 PM at 20415 Erin, Roseville. Must pass breathalyzer nightly and random drug tests after 5 days. Shelter stay is limited to 30 days (per year) or up to 90 days for 10 individuals or families in the Choose A Path prgoram. These persons receive intensive case management, counseling, and advocacy services. Contact (586) 415-5101 for more inforation.

Turning Point

Domestic Violence shelter that provides 24 hour crisis line, 24 hour emergency shelther (up to 30 days maximum for women & children), domestic violence and sexual violence counseling, hospital and court advocavcy, case management, children's program, community education, resale shop, support group, forensic nurse examiner, etc. ID is required. Call (586) 463-4430.

Macomb Warming Center

Wintertime only. Provides two blankets, a pillow, and space on the floor, along with a soup supper and breakfast. The hours are usuallly 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. Only requirement is good behavior. Call (586) 321-0998 for more information.

Emergency Shelter Hotline

Will help locate the nearest shelter to the caller and make a placement. Call 1-800-274-3583.

Macomb Homeless Coalition

Call (586) 285-0400

Community Housing Network

Call (586) 928-0111

Family Youth Interventions

Services include 14 day safe shelter for youth 10-17 with family and individual therapy & daily group counseling leading to the return home of the youth upon dishcharge, or a positive alternative. Call (586) 465-1212 for more information.

Transistional Housing

Solid Ground

Provides groceries, personal care items, paper products, advocacy and referral services, holiday assistance, financial counseling, career counseling, life skills, parenting classes, marital counseling and more. Accommodates up to 40 people depending on the size of the family. Call (586) 772-3604 for more information.

P.A.T.H. Program

Assists individuals with a mental illness who are homeless. Call (586) 466-8704 for more information.

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