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Michigan's Campaign to End Homelessness

In Michigan we believe that ending and preventing homelessness is achievable. Homeless episodes should be rare, brief and one-time in all Michigan communities. It is understood that homelessness is a complex and dynamic issue which will require a multi-faceted set of solutions. To that end, Michigan communities and state leadership are committed to deploying innovative solutions to ensure that any Michigan resident who experiences homelessness does so only once and for the shortest time possible. We are committed to preventing homelessness by practicing homeless system diversion wherever possible. For those experiencing homelessness, we are committed to quickly connecting them with high-quality housing and services tailored to their unique needs to help them achieve housing stability.  If you want to stay updated on housing and homelessness related issues click on the link to below to sign up for our email list.

Click here to subscribe to the MCTEH email list

2023-2025 State Action Plan

On January 1, 2023, the Michigan Campaign to End Homelessness (MCTEH) launched the 2023-2025 Action Plan. You can download a copy of the MCTEH 2023-25 Action Plan by clicking here. You can download a copy of the January 2024 Progress Report by clicking here.

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2022 Annual Report on Ending Homelessness in Michigan

You can download the 2022 Annual Report on Ending Homelessness by clicking here.

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Health and Homelessness

To better serve homeless assistance providers, the Michigan Campaign to End Homelessness is providing this site as a resource to help as you navigate the quickly changing landscape of this pandemic and the necessary adjustments that will need to take place within your programs and services.

COVID-19 Resources For Homeless Assistance Providers

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Are You Homeless?

Individual housing needs assessments and service referrals are done through a single, centralized Housing Assessment and Resource Agency (HARA) in every community. Each HARA has a Housing Resource Specialist that works with individuals to gather information to determine both need and eligibility and then connect them to services, as appropriate.

To view a statewide list (by county) to locate your local HARA, click here.

Michigan 211

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Victim of Human Trafficking?

Are you a victim of human trafficking? If so contact one of the numbers below for assistance:

The State of Michigan VOICES4 Sexual Assault Hotline: 
Offers 24-hour phone, text, and chat features, in addition to publications that support the needs of survivors, their family, friends, and allied professions

  • Talk: 855-VOICES4
  • Text: 866-238-1454
  • TTY: 517-381-8470 
  • Chat: https://mcedsv.org/hotline/hotline-chat/
  • The State of Michigan VOICEDV Domestic Violence Hotline: 
    Offers 24-hour phone, text, and chat features, in addition to publications that support the needs of survivors, their family, friends, and allied professions

  • Talk: 866-VOICEDV
  • Text: 877-861-0222 
  • TTY: 517-898-5533 
  • Chat: https://mcedsv.org/hotline-domestic-violence/hotline-chat/ 
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