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Covenant House Michigan
Why are young people homeless?
Nearly one thousand young people age out of the Michigan foster care system each year with no support system or permanent place to live. Many are…
Many young people do not make enough money from jobs to pay their bills, leaving them unable to support themselves. A living wage…
Mental Illness is common among homeless youth. Left untreated, youth are not armed with the proper coping skills to function as independent adults. Over 70…
Human Trafficking Survivors
Covenant House receives many human trafficking survivors after they’ve found the courage to escape capture, have been freed by police raids, or have made contact with…
Abuse & Neglect
Violence experienced by children and adolescents often continues after they become homeless. Often times, individuals flee abuse at home only to rediscover it on the streets or in shelters. Trauma…
Family Dynamics & Instability
A breakdown of family is a contributing factor of homelessness. This can happen at any time. Sometimes it is due to the death of a parent or caregiver. If there…
How can we end homelessness?
Our Outreach team provides services to homeless youth living on the streets or in abandoned houses and cars.
Our 45-bed shelter is a warm and welcoming space for youth aged 18 to 24 taking the first step toward positive life changes.
Rights of Passage
Residents in our two-year transitional living program develop a life plan for successful independent living.
CHM collaborated to open four charter schools to better serve the needs of homeless and at-risk youth.
CHM staff prepare our kids for the world of work and independence.
A daily program teaching life skills ranging from anger management and communication to healthy eating and exercise.
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Young Professionals Society
Churches & Faith-Based Groups
Sponsor a Program, Activity or Dinner
A Day Off the Streets
A Day Off the Streets
A day’s worth of food, shelter, clean clothes, counseling and job preparation.
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