Our Community Outreach team supports members of the community, through food and clothing pantries, providing hygiene products, and emergency material aid such as transportation and the cost of items needed to assist in gaining employment (e.g. identification, interview clothing, etc.) on a one-time basis.
We partner with community organizations to serve hot meals to all who join us. Volunteers and service organizations throughout the Detroit Metro Area hosts the Soup Kitchen.
To make an appointment for emergency material aid, please contact us by phone at 313-398-9445 or email at to schedule an appointment.
If you are experiencing domestic violence and are in immediate danger, please call 911. If you are not in immediate danger and would like to speak with someone, please call a local hotline which you can find by entering your zip code here or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.
Search for Domestic Violence programs near you by clicking here.
Enter 'Homeless Shelters Near Me' in your web browser to find Homeless Shelters near you.
Adult Literacy Programs
2651 Saulino Court, Dearborn
To enroll in ESL classes, contact 313-842-6762; to enroll in GED or workforce development, contact 313-945-8159
Detroit Public Library-Parkman Branch
1766 Oakman Blvd., Detroit
To become a literacy tutor or seek literacy help, contact 313-481-1814
Detroit Public Schools Community District
Dominican Literacy Center
5555 Connor, Suite 1414 at the Samaritan Center, Detroit
1200 Oakman Blvd., Detroit
Oakland Literacy Council
2550 S. Telegraph Road, Suite 103, Bloomfield Hills
To seek literacy or ESL help or to become a literacy tutor, contact
St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center
16800 Trinity St., Detroit
To enroll in GED preparation at any of five locations in Detroit or become a tutor, contact
Siena Literacy Center
16888 Trinity St., Detroit
To enroll in adult literacy and ESL tutoring or to become a tutor, contact
4214 W. Vernor Hwy., Detroit