We Help Youth Facing Homelessness in Grand Rapids, Michigan

We serve young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness or human trafficking with absolute respect and unconditional love. Our ultimate goal is to help each young person move on with their lives in positive ways with counseling, education, stable employment, and secure housing.

Get Help Now

On the street? Need help? We're open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Call: 616-608-1380

Or come to: 

26 Antoine Street S.W., Grand Rapids, MI 49507

Covenant House Grand Rapids Site - homeless shelters in michigan

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: Grand Rapids and Detroit. 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 opened a new 28-bed shelter in Grand Rapids in 2018, and it is open all day, every day. 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 Grand Rapids through CHM’s emergency shelter. Our charter school helps youth complete their high school education, and our additional programs focus on employment, socialization, and life skills, and seek to help youth achieve wholeness and independence.

Our Services

  • Meals
  • Clean clothes
  • Clean bed
  • Safe shelter
  • Service referrals
  • Life skills
  • Job readiness
  • Career/life mentorship
  • Education, specialized Curriculum
  • Pastoral care/spiritual counseling
  • Case management


Find information on Covenant House Michigan’s other site, in Detroit.

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