Family Youth Interventions Center and Transitional Living Program

Shelter details

  • Added Jun 5, 2016 | Last Update Jun 4, 2022
  • 235 Cass Ave.
       Mount Clemens, MI 48043
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  • (586) 477-1855

Mission Statement

"The mission of FYI/TLP is to provide shelter, skills training and support services to homeless youth ages 16 through 20 for a continuous period not to exceed 18 months and to offer services necessary to assist homeless youth in developing both the skills and personal characteristics needed to enable them to become self-sufficient."
- Source: Family Youth Interventions Center and Transitional Living Program website


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 Program (TLP) is funded through the Michigan Department of Human Services, Department of Health and Human Services and The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and assists older teens and young adults that are at risk of becoming homeless or are homeless.

Any one can refer a youth to this program.

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