Welcome to our Coopersville, Michigan Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page.
Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Coopersville, MI and surrounding cities.
We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources and services that help the needy.
There are no listing located within the Coopersville city limits.
To serve the Lord by helping Women and Children in need. Need is based upon one or more of the following: emergencies, physical. emotional or spiritual need. Help may include but is not limited to one [...]See more details
The Hispanic Center of Western Michigan provides assistance to any individual that might need guidance on how to navigate through the different community resources available with the main goal of achi [...]See more details
Check-in2:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m.Check-out7:00 a.m.Guests in our mens shelter receive: Nutritious meals Emergency clothing & [...]See more details
Who is eligible to stay in the Open Door?The Open Door provides services for female residents of Kent County who are eighteen years of age and older and in need of shelter. The Open Door has a c [...]See more details
Guiding Light's innovative and successful drug and alcohol rehab program is available to men struggling with addiction, hopelessness, homelessness, and relationships at NO COST to participants. [...]See more details
Family Promise of Grand Rapids provides emergency shelter and basic needs to families with children experiencing homelessness. While a family stays in our homeless shelter, we provide a welcoming and [...]See more details
Office HoursMonday 9 am - 5 pmTuesday 9 am - 5 pmWednesday 9 am - 5 pmThursday 9 [...]See more details
Family Haven is a six-unit shelter for families experiencing homelessness in the Grand Rapids area. The shelter keeps mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters entire families together in clean and priv [...]See more details
There are 5 apartments for Families at the ICCF Family Haven. all referrals are through the Salvation Army [...]See more details
The Bridge of Arbor Circle is a safe shelter program for youth, ages 10-17, who are facing homelessness or considering running away. The Bridge offers youth a stable and accessible place to [...]See more details
The BBRHC supportive housing program was founded by Mrs. Pam Duvall-Bateman, sponsored by Breakthrough Believers Recovery and Healing Center, 501c3 non profit organization to offer licensed social ser [...]See more details
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