People experiencing homelessness or in financial crisis have basic human needs that will always remain the same food, shelter, and safety. But, as other factors like Michigan's affordable housing market, the nationwide addiction epidemic, and family homelessness become more complex, the faces of homelessness are beginning to change, and so are the needs.
If you or someone you know is hungry, homeless, or struggling, we can help. Anyone in need, will find essential resources and faith-based support that will give hope and redemption to their lives.
“I remember walking into the Mission being scared and thinking, what am I doing here?” Barb said. Barb’s course at the Mission might have been very different if it weren’t for a fellow guest, noticing and reaching out with, “You look like you could use a friend.” Because of that friendship with Deb, Barb gained the motivation necessary to move forward and begin to work on the barriers she was facing.