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Resources

In case Habitat for Humanity is not the right program for you at this time, here is a list of local programs that could be of assistance.

In case Habitat for Humanity is not the right program for you at this time, here is a list of local programs that could be of assistance.

  • National Faith Home Buyers

    Offers down payment assistance, also offer Foreclosure prevention workshops.

    DETROIT
    615 Griswold  Suite 506
    Detroit, MI  48226
    Phone: 313-255-9500

    WESTLAND
    32150 Dorsey   Suite 16
    Westland, MI  48186
    Phone: 313-255-9500

    U-SNAP-BAC

    14901 E. Warren Ave.
    Detroit, MI  48224
    Phone: 313-640-1100

    GreenPath Financial Wellness

    2111 Woodward Ave. #906
    Detroit, MI 48201
    Phone: 800-550-1961

  • Detroit Housing & Revitalization Department – 313-224-6380

    Department of Housing and Urban Development

    Wayne County Repair Assistance

  • City of Detroit Utility Assistance

    DTE Utility Assistance

    Community Housing Center

    This is an Homeownership program that helps low-and -moderate income families purchase a quality affordable home. Contact Kristina Seth – Community Development specialist 1-248-824-7317

    MDHHS – Low Income Home Repair

    Emergency Relief department assists with home repairs to correct unsafe conditions and restore essential services. Eligible home repairs may include or replacement of non-functioning furnace, hot water heaters or septic systems. Apply online.

    Financial Literacy Education

    1-734-629-5000, 6700 Middlebelt Rd. Romulus, MI 48174. This company provides financial literacy education workshops. Contact David Pizzimenti – Program Coordinator

    Central City Integrated Health

    Rebranded as Central City Integrated Health, Detroit Central City Community Mental Health Inc. (DCC) has served the community for 40 years and is one of the Midtown Detroit area’s first non-profit community mental health agencies. We meet the needs of over 4,000 persons annually, providing food, clothing, shelter, employment and treatment services with a vast service area which comprises all of Wayne County, Michigan. Since inception, DCC has led the way for innovation in community mental health and is a recognized leader in Detroit and Wayne County. Examples of our innovation include DCC’s client run Inner City clubhouse, supportive housing, employment, literacy, and peer support specialist programs. Contact the HCH coordinator Kim Farrow 313-833-6275

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