Housing & Emergency Shelters
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act defines a homeless student as one who lacks "a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence." The term homeless doesn't just mean living on the street or in a shelter. Families who are "doubled-up" due to economic hardship - such as eviction or foreclosure - may also be considered homeless under the federal definition.
If you are a parent of an Eastpointe student and your family is experiencing homelessness, you may contact our district's McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Liaison, Donna Fabian-Grossman, at 586-533-3740.
The Salvation Army MATTS
24140 Mound Rd, Warren, 48091
Macomb County residents only. Accepts men, women, and children.
Location rotates to Macomb County churches. Accepts men, women, and children.
(800) A-SHELTER (274-3583)
Calls shelters in caller’s area. Does not provide phone numbers to shelters.
Domestic Violence Shelters
Turning Point (Mount Clemens)
24-hour Crisis Line (586) 463-6990
Accepts only women and children.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Provides crisis intervention, safety planning, and information and referrals to shelters.
Family Youth Interventions (FYI)
Runaway and homeless youth.
Low Income Housing
Community Housing Network- Housing Resource Center (HRC)
If you are in a housing crisis, call 248-269-1335 or (toll-free) 1-866-282-3119. Leave a message and a housing specialist will call you back.
HRC is a free service for anyone in a housing crisis. They provide community resources and programs that provide housing assistance, affordable housing options, information on subsidized housing, and other long-term housing options.