Roseville, Michigan Shelter List

We provide a directory of shelters that provide assistance to the homeless. We do not directly provide aid ourselves, but provide local resources for you to find. Most major U.S. cities including Roseville, Michigan, offer some type of shelter for persons in need. There are also thousands of local non-profit organizations that offer help We currently have listed all of the shelters we could find in Roseville. We constantly are finding new shelters, sign-up here to receive an email alert as soon as we locate any new shelters in Roseville.

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MCREST Housing and Homeless Shelter

MCREST Housing and Homeless Shelter
20415 Erin St.
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 415-5101
MCREST consists of a center for intake, assessment, referral , and support for the homeless, including an emergency shelter within area host churches, a safe haven, and an oppurtunity to choose a path that can enable them to become self-sufficient.

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Outstretched Arms

Outstretched Arms
17525 E. Ten Mile Rd
Roseville, MI 48066
(248) 224-0824
Assistance in housing; job searching; money management; and organizational skills.

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MCREST Housing and Homeless Shelter

MCREST Housing and Homeless Shelter
20415 Erin St
Roseville, MI 48066
(586) 415-5101
Emergency Shelter MCREST provides year round safe emergency shelter for homeless individuals and families for up to 90 days in congregations across Macomb County. The congregations provide meals, shower facilities, transportation and, when able, laundry services for our guests. During our guestsââ

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Due to the small number of shelters in Roseville we have listed some area listings below.

New Breed CDC M25 Mobile Food Pantry

New Breed CDC M25 Mobile Food Pantry

15115 Deerfield Ave
Eastpointe, MI - 48021
(586) 217-5052
Shelter Location: 2.61 miles from Roseville

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Engaging residents in economic development, community planning, affordable housing, and advocating for community services mainly aimed at meeting the needs of low- and moderate-income residents.Fosters self-sufficiency among impoverished residents ...

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Gianna House (Residential Program for Pregnant Teens)

Gianna House (Residential Program for Pregnant Teens)

21357 Redmond Ave
Eastpointe, MI - 48021
586-445-0440
Shelter Location: 3.47 miles from Roseville

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We are a residential program for pregnant teens ages 13-19. Upon entering the program the teens must be pregnant but, are encouraged to stay in the program for a year postpartum. We offer support to teen moms during their transition into motherhood. We focus on their interpersonal life skills, their parenting skills, their education and their overa...

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HomeFirst STL, Inc.

HomeFirst STL, Inc.

2300 Lafayette Ave
Saint Louis, MO - 63104
(314) 669-4980
Shelter Location: 5.16 miles from Roseville

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Home First supports people who once lived on the street by providing affordable housing, spiritual community, social services and social entrepreneurship with the goal of ending homelessness. ...

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The Salvation Army MATTS

The Salvation Army MATTS

24140 Mound Road
Warren, MI - 48091
(586) 755-5191
Shelter Location: 5.81 miles from Roseville

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Macomb's Answer to Temporary Shelter (MATTS) The Salvation Army MATTS is a goal based shelter with an average stay of 90 days. MATTS is a drug and alcohol free emergency residential unit for men, women, and children in Macomb County.  Residents are offered case management and counseling, referrals, clothing, medical c...

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Family Youth Interventions Transitional Living Program

Family Youth Interventions Transitional Living Program

235 Cass Ave.
Mount Clemens, MI - 48043
(586) 477-1855
Shelter Location: 6.99 miles from Roseville

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The residential program is licensed as a Child Caring Institution by the Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services. Primary funding is through grants from the Michigan Department of Human Services and MSHDA. A maximum of 6 youth, ages 12 thru 17, can be housed for up to 21 days. The Transitional Living Prog...

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