The Coordinated Assessment Model (CAM) is a systematic approach to homelessness in Detroit, Highland Park and Hamtramck that focuses on aligning the needs of individuals and families experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless to available shelter and housing resources.
The Graduated Apartment Program (GAP) provides independent living services for youth ages 18-24 years old who are experiencing homelessness. GAP offers up to 24 months of housing, case management, counseling, and educational and employment support to help people develop a greater level of self-sufficiency, interpersonal skills and housing readiness. To learn more, call 1.248.547.2260.
A Christ centered organization, the Dream Centers of Michigan’s mission is to engage people in need with the love of Christ, partnering with them to flourish, thrive, reach their potential and move toward self-sustainability.