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Child Size Mask - Now Available - Free

The Millennials have received several donations from organizations in the tri-county area. If your child is need of a mask, please contact:

E’Yandra at 313-214-8120

Food Distribution

 

The City of Detroit’s Recreation Department is providing meals for children at the following sites from 8:30 AM until 1:30 PM Monday - Friday:

  • Adams Butzel Recreation Center, 10500 Lyndon

  • Farwell Recreation Center, 2711 E. Outer Drive

  • Kemeny Recreation Center, 2260 S. Fort Street

Parents and children can pick up two meals (Breakfast and Lunch) Monday through Thursdays. On Fridays, they can request additional meals to get them through the weekend.

 

The City of Detroit is working with Gleaners and Forgotten Harvest to provide alternative sites where families can get groceries.

Roberto Clemente Recreation Center, 2631 Bagley

        2:30 PM – 5:30 PM, Every other Wednesday starting March 25

 

  • Coleman A. Young Recreation Center, 2751 Robert Bradby Drive

        1:30 – 4:30 PM, Every other Saturday starting March 29

 

More sites are expected to come online soon. Gleaners and Forgotten Harvest are still providing groceries through their existing partners across the region. They are listed at on the city’s website at www.detroitmi.gov/coronavirus.

 

Also, the Detroit Area Agency on Aging is providing frozen meals for seniors ages 60 and up. Seniors can pick up 5 days worth of meals every Wednesday from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM at the following City of Detroit Recreation Centers:

 

  • Adams Butzel Recreation Center, 10500 Lyndon

  • Farwell Recreation Center, 2711 E. Outer Drive

  • Patton Recreation Center, 2301 Woodmere

  • Joseph Walker Williams Recreation Center, 8431 Rosa Parks Blvd.

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For More  Information Contact:

Downtown Office

2 Woodward, 13 Fl., Ste 1340

Detroit, MI 48226

PH: 313-224-4535

callp@detroitmi.gov

 

District Office

11000 West McNichol Rd.

Detroit, MI 48221

PH: 313-340-2073

blackmonw@detroitmi.gov

 

HELP FOR THE HOMELESS

 

TThe Homeless Action Network of Detroit (Hand) is the over arching organization for all things related to the homeless.

They can give you the information on how to get homeless individuals into the system that will lead to them receiving housing vouchers and other support. You want to refer individuals to the network at 313.964.3666. Check their website.

 

Their are many organizations in the network such as Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries, Southwest Solutions, COTS, Community Housing and Supports, etc. But HANDS is the place to start to get connected to the right organization.

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NEED HELP WITH DETROIT WATER BILL?

Detroit Water and Sewerage District has worked with The Heat and Warmth Fund – better known as THAW – to make nearly $1 million in assistance available to low-income Detroit water customers

Call THAW at 1-877-646-2831 or the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department at 313-267-8000 for information about payment plans or assistance from THAW. 

 

You may also contact United Way Southeastern Michigan, Detroit Water Fund at 313-226-9426 to request an application for Low Income Assistance.

0% Interest Loans for City of Detroit Resident Home Repairs

 

 

REDUCED BUS FARES FOR DISABLED AND MEDICARE SENIORS

(APPLICATION)

Twelfth Street Food Pantry is a

501(c)(3) charitable non-profit 

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1840 Midland Avenue

Detroit, MI 48238

Tel : 313-868-2659