Covenant House Michigan
Youth Homeless Shelter in DetroitVisit shelter homepage
Crisis Care Information2959 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Detroit, MI 48208 Phone: 313-463-2000
Year Founded: 1997
Executive Director: Meagan DunnVisit Shelter Homepage
Who we are: Covenant House Michigan (CHM) provides shelter and hope to young people ages 18-24 who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness. We have two locations in Michigan: Detroit and Grand Rapids. We provide youth shelter, educational and vocational programs, and support services to help them find their path to meaningful and successful adulthood. All our services are free.
Our shelter: CHM’s shelter in Detroit is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, and youth are welcome to stay with us from one day to three months. We meet youths’ immediate needs for food, a clean bed, a safe place to stay, medical and mental health services, and more, and we offer guidance and support to help them determine their own bright future.
Our programs: Young people can access short-term emergency care in Detroit through CHM’s street outreach program and emergency shelter. Our charter schools help youth complete their high school education, and our Employment Center helps them prepare for the world of work and career. Our independent-living program, Rights of Passage, helps youth achieve wholeness and independence.
|Meals||Safe shelter||Career/life mentorship|
|Clean clothes||Life skills||Counseling|
|Clean bed||Case management||Financial literacy|
|Medical care||Job readiness||Education, specialized curriculum|
|Mental health care||Workforce development||Pastoral care/spiritual counseling|
Find information on Covenant House Michigan’s other site, in Grand Rapids.