Assistance

Below are links to local agencies that may provide help for families and individuals.

Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency

Wayne Metro has several programs that provide emergency assistance to low-income persons facing financial difficulties, housing emergencies, and personal or family crisis. If you are alone or in a family, we can help you to address immediate concerns and basic needs, and make plans for a more positive, secure future. Once the immediate crisis has been addressed, we can provide you with individualized programs and services to help you to once again become self-sufficient and independent.

City of Detroit Residents: (313) 388-9799

Out County Residents: (734) 284-6999


The Information Center

The Information Center is an accredited nonprofit information and referral agency that connects people with services that can help them. For over 40 years, The Information Center has served Downriver and surrounding communities. Since 1975, The Information Center has provided a community Helpline with free comprehensive information and referral services for the public; assistance to the unemployed; services for seniors and the disabled and personalized assistance understanding eligibility for public benefits and other human services. The Information Center programs include services that help seniors and disabled persons live independently in the community, and can help persons who desire to move from a nursing facility back into the community. For Medicaid eligible persons this program is free, with funding from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The Information Center: 734-282-7171.

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