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.

Emergency Shelters

The Salvation Army MATTS
(586) 755-5191
24140 Mound Rd, Warren, 48091

Macomb County residents only. Accepts men, women, and children.

(586) 415-5101
Location rotates to Macomb County churches. Accepts men, women, and children.

Homeless Hotline
(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 
(800) 799-7233
Provides crisis intervention, safety planning, and information and referrals to shelters.

Family Youth Interventions (FYI)
(586) 465-1212
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.