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Michigan's Campaign to End Homelessness

Click on the image below to learn more about Michigan's Campaign to End Homelessness and our current Action Plan.

 

 

COVID-19

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

2020-2022 State Action Plan

In August of 2020, Michigan's Campaign to End Homelessness released the 2020-2022 Action Plan, which can be found at the link above.

2020-2022 State Action Plan
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Michigan's Campaign

Because the problem is so devastating, so large, and so challenging, our response must be both compassionate and bold. That’s why, in 2006, Michigan announced a statewide plan to end homelessness. It began with a community plan to organize and deliver housing and services to meet the specific needs of people who are homeless as they move to stable housing and maximum self-sufficiency.
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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.

Human Trafficking

Victim of Human Trafficking?

Are you a victim of human trafficking? If so, dial 1-888-373-7888.