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HOUSING RESOURCES

Gateway Mission

Emergency Shelter Programs at Gateway Mission exist to provide assistance to anyone experiencing homelessness and meet their immediate needs such as: food, financial guidance & savings oversight, guest advocate services, onsite childcare, shelter, chapel services & gospel-focused recovery services, clothing, employment & housing search assistance, medical advocate services
 

Website: https://www.hopefoundhere.org/our-services/emergency-shelter/
Phone: 616-396-2200 
Email: info@hopefoundhere.org

 


Salvation Army 

Salvation Army offers assistance with utilities, rent, food, and more. Thrift store vouchers for clothing and household items are also available. Call (616) 392-4461 or email: wmiholland@usc.salvationarmy.org to make an appointment with one of our Case Specialists to learn more about how we may be able to assist your family. 


Website: https://centralusa.salvationarmy.org/Holland/overcome-poverty/
Phone: (616) 392-4461
Email: wmiholland@usc.salvationarmy.org

 


Doors of Hope

Doors of Hope builds relationships, removes the barriers of generational poverty and crisis living, and encourages independence. We do this by offering life skills coaching, budgeting, resource referral, advocacy, and community teams. 
 

Website: https://coahm.org/doors-of-hope/
Phone: 616.748-6017
Email: doorsofhope@coahm.org

 


Good Samaritan Ministries 

Through Affordable Housing Connections, Good Samaritan Ministries assists with both immediate and long-term housing solutions. Affordable Housing Connections helps vulnerable individuals and families achieve housing and financial stability by providing two main services: (1) Housing Assessment and Resource Team (HART): homelessness prevention assistance for those at imminent risk of homelessness, housing search assistance for anyone seeking to secure stable affordable housing, rapid re-housing assistance for those currently homeless, referral to shelter services or other housing assistance, referral to other supportive services that can help to stabilize housing, (2) Community Housing Partnership (CHP): provides short-term rent assistance to homeless individuals and families in the community. Housing assistance is paired with case management, a housing plan, mentoring support, home maintenance education, and aftercare services.


Website: www.GoodSamMinistries.com
Phone: 616-392-7159
Email: info@GoodSamMinistries.com

Resilience  

Resilience provides emergency shelter and other supportive services for people that are experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking. The agency’s service area is Ottawa and Allegan counties, but the agency often helps survivors that are relocating in/out of the area for safety reasons.

1. Emergency Shelter: Staffed around the clock, Ginny’s Place provides safe and confidentially located emergency shelter for women, men, and children that are fleeing unsafe homes. If you are in need of shelter, please call our 24-Hour Help Line: 1-800-848-5991

2. The Supportive Housing: Supportive Housing program offers individual advocacy and assistance with cost of living expenses for families facing homelessness due to domestic violence. This home-based program empowers survivors who are already involved in Resilience programming to rebuild their life by helping find safe, affordable housing while providing support and education.

Website: https://resiliencemi.org/safe-housing/

Phone: 616.392.2829

 


Jubilee Ministries

Jubilee strengthens neighborhoods in the greater Holland area through the development of attainable housing options, the stewardship of vital community assets, and collaboration with key community partners. Current projects target buyers that make between 80% and 120% of the area median income. Homes are sold at a price that allows the buyer to have a max housing cost of 30% of their income. The buyer would also need to qualify for a mortgage. 
 

Website: https://www.jubileeministriesinc.com/mission
Phone: 616.392.8191
Email: info@jubileeministriesinc.com