The Salvation Army MATTS - Warren, MI

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24140 Mound Road
Warren, MI 48091
: Phone: (586) 754-7400


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    2021-01-08 11:39:41
    I stayed here for almost 3 months back in 2013-2014. I needed a place to stay due to a unfortunate situation in my life. Someone told me about this place as I was walking around Warren. They didn’t have a bed the first night so I had to sleep on the floor in a spare room, they could have turned me a way but I had a black eye and I’m a older woman and I wasn’t from Michigan or Warren area so they let me in. I received a bed the next day. The staff was very kind and helpful. I was there during Christmas and I enjoyed the Church services that are provided at Matts. The only disadvantage is the Shelter is in a Industrial area, and their are No bus services nearby. I managed to get a job cleaning out old houses that had been abandoned. I saved up most of my money and bought a cheap vehicle so I could return back home. Thank you MATTS!
    2019-09-10 13:04:53
    They never called me back I've been outside 9 weeks straight I've been trying to get in there they always say they have no room help me please I have a job they said that I have a job they won't let me in there somebody please help me could someone please help me

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Description: Macomb's Answer to Temporary Shelter (MATTS)

The Salvation Army MATTS is a goal based shelter with an average stay of 90 days. We provide housing, meals, clothing, and extensive case management.

Shelter for Men, Women, Children
Priority for people with Macomb County I.D.'s.

MATTS is a drug and alcohol free thirty-day emergency residential unit for men, women, and children in Macomb County.  Residents of MATTS are offered case management and counseling service, referrals, clothing, medical care, and financial assistance.
MATTS also offers a good deal of community services including a Monday through Friday hot lunch program, AA meetings throughout the week, and referrals to other community agencies.
 To volunteer at MATTS, please call:  586-755-5191

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Do you have items to donate? Contact The Salvation Army MATTS at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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Friday, April 16, 2021good

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