Programs & Services
Programs and Services
Our Residential Program offers those experiencing homelessness temporary shelter, intensive case management, and help to find income and save for affordable housing.
The Pathways program provides temporary shelter, safety and security to clients prior to and/or exiting from a residential or outpatient substance abuse detoxification program.
These services include an On-Site Kitchen and and On-Site Health Clinic.
The Shelter Clinic is operated by Packard Health. The Community Kitchen is operated by Food Gatherers and offers meals to anyone in need 364 days a year!
Guest Codes of Conduct
Non-Residential/ Shelter Diversion
For individuals experiencing homelessness who are not in our Residential Program, the Shelter Association provides an array of services for both immediate assistance and to encourage long-term change
From mid-November through March the Shelter offers Winter Programs that include a Warming Center at the Delonis Center
The Shelter now offers a Recuperative Care program. We are one of three centers in Michigan, alone with no place to heal, infection, injury and worsening health lead to expensive re-hospitalization.
Not a resident of the Delonis Center?
Not a problem - the Shelter Association has a wide range of services available to all.
Critical Time Intervention
An addition to our Non-Residential Program is Critical Time Intervention (CTI). CTI provides short term case management to clients who have recently ended their homeless experience.
The Shelter Association offers a wide array of services to meet the basic needs of those experiencing homelessness. At their core, these services focus on granting our clients the basic human dignity that they deserve.