• CAM
    Coordinated Access Model -Phone line set up to place people in shelters. CAM is in contact with all the local shelters and can call to help find placements. 

    South Oakland Shelter
    18505 W. 12 Mile Road, Lathrup Village, MI  48076
    248-809-3773  Jessie or Shelley
    Shelter for men, women and children.  First come, first served each morning by 10:00am.
    Services include:  90 day shelter, meals, transportation, job placement and other help to prevent homelessness.

    Common Ground Sanctuary
    1222 S. Washington
    Royal Oak, MI  48067
    Three week shelter for youth 10 to 17 years old

    Common Ground:  A Step Forward
    1228 S. Washington
    Royal Oak, MI  48067
    Transitional living for up to 18 months and for youth 16 to 20 years old who are homeless and seeking self-sufficiency. The program includes counseling, job training, career development, educational assistance, financial subsidies and medical assistance.

    Common Ground:  Crisis Hotline
    A 24-hour safe shelter and crisis hotline for runaway and homeless youths ages 10 to 17.
    Services include:  shelter, intensive counseling and family advocacy.

    Mary’s Mantle:
    P.O. Box 115, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303
    For expectant mothers only

    Ruth Ellis Center
    77 Victor St.
    Highland Park, Michigan 48203
    This is a shelter, housing, and independent living program for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth. In addition to the housing, access basic life skills education, interpersonal skill building, employment preparation, educational advancement, and also mental and physical health care.