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Ann Arbor Housing Commission (AAHC)
AAHC provides housing and related supportive services for low-income individuals and families. AAHC partners with housing and service providers to build healthy residential communities and promote an atmosphere of pride and responsibility.
Avalon Housing develops and manages supportive housing for people who are homeless and who have a mental or physical disability. They provide essential supports for adults and children living in supportive housing with the goal of helping them maintain housing stability, increase self-determination and build community.
Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) at Alpha House
Michigan Ability Partners (MAP)
MAP supports the homeless community by offering Supportive Services for Veteran Family Program, operating a VA supported Grant and Per Diem Program, and providing permanent supportive housing to veterans and those with disabilities.
Ozone House is a community-based, nonprofit agency that helps young people lead safe, healthy, and productive lives through intensive intervention and prevention services. They provide emergency shelter and permanent supportive housing for those ages 10-20.
24/7 Hotline: (734) 662-2222.
Project Outreach Team (PORT)
The Project Outreach Team (PORT) is an intensive community outreach team. PORT provides short-term psychiatric services, including assessments, consultation, and medication management to individuals who are homeless and believed to have a mental illness. PORT’s primary mission is to transition homeless individuals from homelessness to housing and, when possible, link those they help to long-term support services.
SafeHouse Center provides support for those impacted by domestic violence or sexual assault. Safe House provides free and confidential services for any person victimized that lives or works in Washtenaw County. Services include emergency shelter for those in danger of being hurt or killed, counseling, legal advocacy, support groups, and especially, hope.
24/7 Hotline: (734) 995-5444
The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County
The Salvation Army is a worldwide religious and charitable organization, motivated by the love of God and concern for the needs of humanity. The Army's tradition of helping those in need began more than 150 years ago. The Salvation Army was founded with the basic social services principles of taking care of the physical and emotional needs of the hungry and homeless. In Washtenaw county The Salvation Army offers the following programs: centralized intake for those at risk of or experiencing homelessness, emergency shelter, transitional housing for Veterans, food pantry, soup kitchen, utility assistance, summer day camp and after school programs for youth.
Shelter Association of Washtenaw County at Delonis Center
The Shelter Association of Washtenaw County at the Delonis Center offers an array of service including: emergency shelter, non-residential services, a health clinic, and winter emergency shelter.
SOS Community Services
SOS Community Services is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to preventing and ending family homelessness in Washtenaw County through partnerships with caring individuals, local businesses and organizations, social service agencies and professionals. SOS operates a family emergency shelter, rapid re-housing, and other integrated services to homeless families, children and youth that promotes housing stability and family self-sufficiency.
Veterans Administration (VA)
The VA offers veterans in Washtenaw County healthcare, mental health services, and housing programs. Homeless housing programs include the Grant and Per Diem Program that provide grants and per diem payments help public and nonprofit organizations operate supportive housing and service centers for homeless Veterans. In addition, they operate the HUD-VA Supportive Housing (VASH) Program.
24/7 Hotline: 1-877-424-3838.
The Washtenaw Housing Alliance (WHA) is a unique coalition of more than thirty community-based non-profit and government organizations that serve those experiencing homelessness or those at-risk of homelessness. As the lead implementer of "A Home for Everyone: The Blueprint to End Homelessness in Washtenaw County", the WHA provides training and technical assistance to service providers to support innovation and best practices, conducts advocacy and public education, and supports the development of permanent affordable housing.
OCED contributes to the quality of life for all Washtenaw County residents, with a focus on economically disadvantaged families. Their work in human services, workforce and economic development, and affordable housing and community infrastructure is a mix of public policy development, direct services to residents, and supporting businesses and nonprofit partners through investment of monetary and technical resources.