Food and Community Resources

If you or your family are in need of food, clothing, shelter, or medical assistance check our the many resources that we have provided.

Community Resources

Food Resources

Clothing

Community Clothing Closet

(586) 758-8307

Lincoln High School

22900 Federal Ave., Warren, MI 48089

Lincoln High School has a clothing closet that is open to the community and students. There is no charge for individuals who are in need of a variety of clothing for all seasons. They also provide personal items and higher end options, including prom dresses, suits, and shoes.  The Community Clothes Closet is open on Wednesdays but will work around your schedule. Please call for more information or to make arrangements. Eligibility: None.

THREADZ 4 Kids by Providence Family Life Center

Providence Family Life Center

18600 Florence St., Suite B5, Roseville, MI 48066

1-888-519-9202 www.providencefamilylifecenter.org

A clothing club for Macomb County income-eligible families with kids and youth.  This program provides new clothing items for $2.00 per person. This fee covers anything that they can fit into a provided shopping bag. Families are able to receive clothing three times per year, or at the discretion of the Outreach Coordinator.  Families can reschedule their first missed appointment.  Second missed appointments can be rescheduled at the discretion of the Outreach Coordinator.  Please contact the Outreach Coordinator at Providence Family Life Center (number above) on Tuesdays only from 9am-12 noon.

Eligibility: Must be considered a low-income working family with children/youth that fall within Federal Poverty Guidelines; must complete a phone intake in order to set up an appointment; families must have a current DHS caseworker name and contact information.

Free Medical Clinics

Say Detroit Family Health Clinic

Requirements:  Women & Children

211 Glendale, Highland Park, MI 48203

(313) 758-6100

HUDA Clinic

13240 Woodrow Wilson St.  Detroit, MI 48238

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 8:30 am-2 pm

(313) 865-8446

Ferncare Free Clinic

751 E. 9 Mile Rd.  Ferndale, MI 48220

Monday-Friday 9 am - 2 pm

(248) 677-2273


Shelters

Macomb County

MATTS (Salvation Army)

586-755-5191

24140 Mound Road (btw 9 and 10 Mile Rd)

Warren, MI

MCrest

586-415-5101

20415 Erin (behind Sam’s Club at Gratiot and 13 Mile roads)

Roseville, MI

http://www.mcrest.org/

Turning Point

586-463-4430 business line

586- 463-6990 crisis line

158 S. Main St.

http://www.turningpoint.com/


Mount Clemens, MI 48043

Macomb Warming Center and Ray of Hope

586-329-4046 Appointments encouraged

http://www.warmingcenter.org/

Family Youth Interventions

586-465-1212

http://www.familyyouth.com/

418 Cass Ave.

Mount Clemens, MI 48043

Macomb Homeless Coalition

(586) 213-5757, fax (586) 213-5760

196 North Rose

Mt Clemens, MI 48043


Wayne County

Oakland County

Grace Centers of Hope

248-334-2187

25 E. Huron

Pontiac, MI 48342

http://www.gracecentersofhope.org/

HOPE Shelter

248-499-7345

249 Baldwin Ave.

Pontiac, MI 48342

Julia Drew, Shelter Manager

http://www.hopewarmingpontiac.org


South Oakland Shelter [SOS]

248-809-3773

18505 West 12 Mile Road

Lathrup Village, MI 48076

The Sanctuary – Common Ground

248-547-2260

1228 S. Washington

Royal Oak, MI 48067

Salvation Army

Pontiac: 248-585-5600

Detroit: 313-965-7760

118 W. Lawrence

Pontiac, MI 48342

Lighthouse

248-920-6100 or 248-335-1950

46156 Woodward Ave.

Pontiac, MI 48342


Crisis Help

24-Hour Help

  • Lifeline- free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources. Chat online through the website or text or call:  1 (800) 273-8255

https://sites.google.com/view/virtual-calming-corner/resources/teen-resources#h.66kxcv5u206s

  • Common Ground- free and confidential counseling and resources. Chat online through the website or text or call: 1 (800) 231-1147

https://sites.google.com/view/virtual-calming-corner/resources/teen-resources#h.ot359pmbjjco

Macomb County Children’s Mobile Crisis Unit 

(586) 307-9100

Instead of calling police or going to the local E.R., the Macomb County Children’s Mobile Crisis Unit will come directly to your home or community setting, wherever the crisis is occurring.  Within 1 hour of your initial phone call, a master’s level therapist and parent support partner will arrive to assist in resolving the situation and create a crisis plan. There is no cost for this service.

Eligibility: Must live in Macomb County, child must have active Medicaid, child’s age can range from birth to 21-years-old.

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