We understand that recovery extends beyond the walls of our clinic. To support you in every aspect of your journey, we have compiled a list of valuable resources available in Genesee and Macomb counties. These resources range from community support groups to emergency assistance services, all aimed at enhancing your overall well-being and aiding in your recovery process. Whether you’re seeking additional support, educational opportunities, or essential services, these local resources can provide the extra help you need to navigate your path to health and wellness.

Macomb County Resources


Macomb County Health Department

HIV testing program provides anonymous counseling and testing on an appointment only basis. Services are provided at no charge to persons age 12 and above.

Southwest Health Center



Macomb County Crisis Line: 586-307-9100

Suicide Prevention/Yellow Ribbon


Turning Point, Inc

Provides shelter, counseling, and advocacy for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and homelessness.

Care House

Care House is a Macomb County child advocacy center, and it is a child-friendly, family-centered facility that coordinates the complex investigation, prosecution, and treatment services to victims of child sexual and physical abuse.



Adult Abuse Reporting and Protective Services

Investigates complaints of abuse towards those 18 and older who have been abused, neglected, or exploited…and unable to take the necessary steps themselves to correct their situation.

Childrens Protective Services

Investigates complaints of child abuse and/or neglect of infants through the age of 17 years old

Statewide Hotline

(information about protective services can be accessed by selecting the Individual and Family Services tab on the left side of the screen)

Clothing Distribution in Macomb County

St Vincent de Paul

Community Open Closet

Bridges Employment Services and Training: All-Ways Care Services Inc.

Individuals in need can browse and select clothing and take whatever they need.

Live Rite Resale Shop

Second Hand Rose

Second Hand Rose provides free goods to survivors, affordable merchandise to the community, and revenue to support the programs at Turning Point. All to end Domestic Violence and Abuse.

Community Action Agencies Macomb County

South Community Action Center of Warren

Credit Counseling Resources

Financial Legal Resources

Lakeshore Legal Aid

Counsel and Advocacy Law Line

Lakeshore Legal Aid is a non-profit law firm providing a range of free civil legal services to people who are low-income, seniors, and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities.

Domestic Violence Counseling Services

Macomb Family Services

Provides personalized care, counseling, and community programs to the residents of Macomb county

New Day Counseling

Change is Possible Counseling Services

Time Out Counseling

Carleton Counseling Services

Drop-In Centers

Liberties North

Support Group – Coping with Mental Illness

Activities – crafts, computer classes, pool table, ping pong, air hockey, television/videos

Other – Resources for food, clothing, housing items and furniture

Liberties South

Support Groups – Schizophrenics Anonymous/Dual Recovery Anonymous

Activities – Karaoke, crafts, ladies club, pool table, focus ball, computer games, and piano.

Other – Resources for food, clothing, household items and furniture


The Refuge

Drop-in center for homeless youths between the ages of 13 and 20, call for any questions on services offered.

Education & Employment Training Programs in Macomb County

Discover Apprenticeship in Michigan

If you are looking for a career path that would allow you to earn while you learn, Registered Apprenticeship may be for YOU! Apprentices get paid work experience, related classroom instruction and a national industry-recognized credential upon program completion. They also avoid costly tuition debt and get a paycheck from day one while they build the right skills in a new career. To learn more, visit:

FREE Career Training in High Demand Fields for Residents of Macomb County

The Arc of Macomb County

The Arc of Macomb provides employment services as needed to ensure that individuals secure and maintain employment as independently as possible.

This program provides:

Populations this program serves are:

This program only covers those that live in Macomb County!

The Skill up Coalition

At, you will find the right tools, resources, and support to make confident career shifts.



Offering free opiate overdose prevention training to anyone via Zoom.

Go to to sign up!

CARE of Southeastern Michigan

CARE is a non-profit organization centered around helping SE Michigan residents in several areas of life, especially in substance abuse prevention and recovery services in Macomb County. CARE provides real-life solutions from early childhood to adulthood so we can all lead healthier lives.

Programs offered are:

Clinton-Macomb Public Library Free Computer Classes

Classes Offered:


The Michigan Reconnect Scholarship provides free in-district tuition for adults to complete a degree or certificate program at Macomb Community College. Whether you want to finish what you started, get your career back on track, or shift gears into a new essential career, MCC and Michigan Reconnect can help you get the skills you need.

Eligibility Requirements:

Go to under the Michigan Reconnect Program for information on how to apply and for an inquiry form.

Financial Assistance

Modest Needs

Modest Needs is an amazing charity that helps low-income workers who are slipping into poverty. They provide short-term financial assistance to those in temporary crisis, who often make too much for conventional social services assistance, but are living one or two paychecks away from the kind of financial catastrophe that leads to homelessness.

Yatoomas Foundation for The Kids

Non-profit dedicated to providing stability and financial assistance to families with children who have lost one or both parents. Services offered are financial and budgeting assistance, household maintenance and repair, car maintenance and repair, support groups and grief assistance, scholarships and tutorial services, vocational training and job placement, and legal and accounting assistance.

Good Days

Offers help to overcome the burden of treatment costs, connecting you to a community that CARES. We not only make life-saving and life-extending treatments affordable, we act as your advocate, helping you navigate the system and guiding you to additional support through foundations and other organizations dedicated to those with specific, life-altering conditions. We also offer Co-pay assistance, travel assistance (for medical treatment), premium assistance, and diagnostic testing.

Samaritan House

These organizations are built by a network of churches and community agencies who work with families in Macomb County. The goal is to help low-income households within their own communities avoid slipping through the cracks of the social service system. Residents interested in receiving assistance from these 3 agencies are first referred to the DHS MCCSA for screening and assistance. These organizations help with: funds for the rent/mortgage, food assistance, gas vouchers, clothing and more.

Food Assistance

Bridge Card EBT

Department of Human Services provides a bridge card to eligible families and men/women who are in need of food. It is used like a debit card for food and/or cash assistance as well. You can buy any food you desire out of your favorite grocery stores. Apply online using address below.

Angel Food Ministries

This program provides a month’s supply of groceries for a flat rate of $30 to any individual who places an order. See website or contact program using the number below.

Access Sterling Heights Center

Free food pantry with drive thru open Wednesdays from 1p-3p. Call for more information. If you cannot come during scheduled time, another time can be arranged for you to pick up your food.

Housing Resources

(Financial Help for Security Deposits and Move-In Costs, Repairs for Home Owners, Appliances, Section 8/HUD) – Site provides connections to advocates for all individuals facing a variety of issues. – Search engine that can be used to find available housing of all types anywhere in Michigan. – Provides a listing of all senior housing, along with a variety of other resources including info on prescription assistance.

Hearts for Homes (great program!)

This H4H AHP Program is designed to create access to privately owned rental housing by helping reduce the risk of private landlords by providing: limited short term motel payment assistance for families approved for rental by landlord until unit is ready for move-in, partial security deposit and rent payments, or other assistance, to help families become established in their new homes.

Family Youth Interventions

This Rapid-Rehousing program is funded by HUD. It houses young adults between the ages of 18-24. Up to 7 apartments can be available at one time, with 3 2-bdrm apartments dedicated to housing young adults with children, along with 4 1-bdrm apartments. While involved in the program, these young adults will have access to many other supportive services. This is mainly to help these youths overcome many housing barriers (no/low income, criminal record, prior evictions, bad credit), and partner them with landlords to help them become housed and self-sufficient.

The Good Shepherd Coalition

A group of churches that have formed partnerships with community-based agencies to assist people in need in central Macomb county. They assist people when social services agencies are unable to help, so the people can achieve great self-sufficiency through Christian love and compassion, demonstrated through our faith in action, with the provision of shelter among other basic needs.

Human Trafficking Resources

National Human Trafficking Hotline

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

State Resources

Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force

Women at Risk International

Creating Circles of Protection and Hope

WAR International is a Michigan Based, non-profit organization, established to create circles of protection around those at risk. Through culturally sensitive, value-added intervention projects and partnerships, we provide safe places to heal from abuse, trafficking, exploitation, and more. Our passion is to empower survivors to live and work with dignity and hope. Our programs and partnerships span the globe, reaching over 40 countries, including the United States. Each month, additional projects and partnerships are formed, increasing our ability to offer the rescued and at risk a “hand up” instead of a handout.

Hope Against Trafficking

Hope Against Trafficking provides a 24-month residential holistic program to women survivors of human trafficking. The program includes rent-free housing and comprehensive services focused on the physical, mental, and emotional transformation of needs in order to empower them to thrive. We have an apartment designated for quarantining new residents and if any residents exhibit COVID symptoms.


Macomb County Pride

Macomb County Pride is a website that is dedicated to giving the LGTBQ community of Macomb access to all the resources they need. It is their mission to create a supportive environment for all LGTBQ.

Check out their website for all resources and linked websites for even MORE resources!

Stand with Trans

The mission of Stand with Trans is to provide the tools needed by transgender youth so they will be empowered, supported and validated as they transition to their authentic lives. Parent support groups are now virtual and are available to anyone with a trans child of ANY AGE. Registration is required. The listing of support groups is at Groups for tweens, trans, and non-binary teens and young adults may be found at as well. All groups are in PRIVATE AND SAFE AREAS ONLY.

Medical and Dental Care in Macomb County

Michigan Programs:


Community Health and Social Services Center (CHASS)

Our experienced Dental Team provides a full range of routine oral health services to children and adults.

Tri-County Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program

Macomb Medical Mobile Outreach Clinic

The MCG Medical Outreach Clinic is a doctor’s office on wheels with 2 exam rooms, a reception and charting area, restroom, and counseling area. The MOC serves people with urgent or chronic illnesses such as diabetes and hypertension

Mental Health Care in Macomb County

Common Ground

If you live in Metro Detroit, there is a new mental health resource from Common Ground. People in need of mental health care can now make virtual appointments with Common Ground, instead of going in to the Emergency Room.

MPA Michigan Psychological Association Statewide Referral Service

Designed to put people in touch with qualified psychologists in their area.

Macomb County Community Mental Health Crisis Line

This line is available anytime day or night for FREE confidential help.

Macomb Family Services

Prisoner and Parolee Resources/Macomb County

Expungement Process:

Project CLEAN SLATE-New Michigan Clean Slate Pilot Program

Michigan residents can now get help with expunging eligible convictions from their criminal record to aid them in their pursuit of full-time employment thanks to the new Clean Slate Pilot Program. These services are offered through the state by the Michigan Works! Agencies.

Setting Aside an Adult Conviction in MI

Do It Yourself Expungement

Setting Aside a Juvenile Adjudication

M.O.R.E. Michigan Offender Reintegration Effort

Second Chances for a better community and a brighter future

Michigan Offender Reintegration Effort offers a second chance to those who have made mistakes in their lives. We place the right people with the right jobs throughout Michigan.

Shelters in Macomb County

MATTS (Salvation Army)

Priority goes to Macomb County residents, ID is required.


Must consent to nightly breathalyzer test and random drug screens. Church location is rotating throughout Macomb County.

Macomb County Warming Center

Night shelter is provided to ALL individuals, only GOOD BEHAVIOR is REQUIRED TO STAY.

Turning Point

Shelter for victims/survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

Family Youth Intervention

Shelter for adolescents, also a transitional home.

(site shows programs and resources for adolescents and their families)

The Simon House

Shelter for women living with HIV/AIDS

Substance Abuse Help

Alcoholics Anonymous

12-step program for those who desire to live sober lives that are alcohol free.

(general site)

(Local site)


12-step programs for those affected by someone else’s drinking (Alateena is for individuals under age 21).

(general site)

(Local site)

Narcotics Anonymous

12-step program for individuals affected by narcotic drug use.

(general site)

(Local site)


12-step program for those affected by someone else’s addiction.

(general site)

Transitional Housing

Temporary living arrangements providing support and assistance for those with the goal of establishing more stable and permanent housing.

Shields Home

For young adult women ages 18-25.

for assistance.

Solid Ground

Housing for the homeless including: families with children, the elderly, and the disabled.

Abigayle’s Place

Christian setting for pregnant women, new mothers 18+ and their babies.

Amelia Agnes Transitional Home

Housing and support for homeless women with or without children.

Next Step Renew

Housing for men with at least 30 days clean time.

Christian Recovery Homes

Faith Lutheran Church

Eastland Recovery House

Transitional Housing for those already receiving MCOSA funding at a MCOSA funded treatment agency. Services men over the age of 18 who are in recovery and need a supportive, structured environment. The weekly rent is $125 with a refundable security deposit of $125.

Intakes are available 7 days a week from 9am-6pm.

Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists (but please still try!). Call for complete details.

Else and Willard ¾ Housing

Michelle Giordano

Teppert House

Michelle Giordano

Client Must be receiving MCOSA funding at a MCOSA funded treatment agency.

(you can contact by looking up on Google and sending a direct message)

Medicaid Recipients

Dental, Mental Health, Substance Abuse (and related services), appointments by calling LOGISTICARE at 866-569-1902. Serves Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne Counties.

You must give 2 days’ notice for rides!

SMART Bus Connector

To call for a transit schedule in: Allen Park, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Ecorse, Hamtramck, Lincoln Park, Melvindale, River Rouge, Taylor, Romulus

For Riverview, Southgate, Taylor, Wyandotte

Disabled Passengers:

Get discounted bus passes by going to:

Got a NEW JOB?! Trying to SAVE MONEY?!


Apply within your first 30 days of work, also your employer can apply on your behalf.

Kim K Just 4 Today-Women’s Recovery Houses

Contact Kim Knap

Client Must be receiving MCOSA funding at a MCOSA funded treatment agency

Gianna’s House

A safe place for pregnant teen moms and their newborn infants, with support of staff to get on track.

Gateway to Glory Ministries

A non-profit faith-based ministry which is comprised of two facets, jail ministry and aftercare.

Family Youth Interventions Transitional Living Program-Macomb

The mission of the TLP is to provide shelter, basic needs, skills training, and supportive services, including therapy and case management, in order to develop the skills and personal characteristics needed to enable young people to become self-sufficient and successful adults.

Mary’s Mantle

This is a Catholic residential program for expectant homeless women. Promoting the dignity of life. Contact to set up an appointment to fill out an application. (Mothers over 18 only please).

Pathway to Freedom

Men ONLY, $135/wk. for a bed and food, must seek employment, need to be in a 12-step program. Program is 1 year minimum, can be on a tether.

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