Housing

If you are homeless or experiencing a housing crisis, please call: (844) 900-0500

The Michigan Saves IDA Program is a matched savings program for people who want to build financial assets. We will work with the customer to provide the extra dollars and tools to help someone build a bright future.  Every $1 you save (up to $1000) will be matched with $2 or $3 toward one of these eligible uses:
  • First-time Homebuyer down payment assistance
  • Tuition for an accredited school
  • Small business start-up or expansion
View the IDA Flyer

Transitional Housing

Located in Charlevoix, Michigan, Joppa House is a Christ-centered home that incorporates a curriculum-based program for women who are homeless, or facing homelessness, due to a lack of support, resources, and/or life skills.  Call (231) 547-8040 for more information.

Nathan’s House is dedicated to providing recovering males with access to an affordable, supportive, safe and sober living environment while they begin their journey into recovery.  Call (231) 881-5849 for more information.

Oasis House - Petoskey, MI

“Living Recovery” home for men. Call Sean Baxendale (231) 622-3416 for more information.
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Next Step - Boyne City, MI

“Sober Living” home for men in Boyne City.  For more information email the house managers corey@217recovery.com or ryan@217recovery.com
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An overnight shelter for men  that is offered November – March from 8:30 p.m. – 8:00 a.m. We try to meet physical and relational needs of men and provide a place where they can get out of the cold during the worse weather months in Northern Michigan. Call (231) 547-9482 for more information.

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Go to their website and check out theses local programs.  Common guidelines are for a household to make between $30k and 80% AMI.
  • Path Program
  • The Home Ready Program
  • Home Repair Program
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Bay Area Substance Education Services (BASES)

is accredited by CARF International Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International accreditation demonstrates a program’s quality, transparency and commitment to the satisfaction of the persons served. CARF International is an independent, non-profit accreditor of health and human services. BASES is proud to be accredited by CARF.

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