Employment

70×7 Life Recovery

was Criminal Justice Chaplaincy

 

2950 Clyde Park SW

Wyoming, MI 49509

 

(616) 454-4925 ext. 14

 

70x7liferecovery.org

 

70×7 provides the skills, tools and support necessary to successfully reintegrate into the community following a period of incarceration.

Acset

1550 Leonard St. NE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 336-4100

 

acset.org

 

One division of ACSET is through West Michigan Works. They administer a wide range of employment training programs and services for employers, employees and job seekers through a network of local Service Centers and partnerships with community organizations.

Adecco Staffing

545 Michigan St NE #101

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 247-4754

 

adeccousa.com

 

Adecco Staffing is looking for candidates for permanent and temporary staffing job opportunities.

EG Workforce Solutions

3682 29th St. SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49512

 

(616) 949-2303

 

egnow.com

 

Offers opportunity outside the standard work hours of Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm. They also provide tools and networks needed to work as a group.

Grand Rapids Urban League

745 Eastern Ave SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 245-2207

 

grurbanleague.org

 

Employment Services for individual job seekers including employment assessment, employment counseling and placement, partnership services for employers, and broader business community.

 

Jubilee Jobs

935 Baxter St. SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49506

 

(616) 774-9944

 

jubileejobsgr.org

 

Provides a bridge to prosperity for individuals and families through programs and services.

M.R.S.

Michigan Rehabilitation Services

 

750 Front St NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 242-6450

 

michigan.gov/mdhhs

 

Partners with individuals and employers to achieve quality employment outcomes and independence for individuals with disabilities.

Manpower

2935 28th St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49512

 

(616) 957-0461

 

manpower.org

 

Provides recruitment and assessment, training and development, career management, outsourcing, and workforce consulting.

 

 

MI Works (Michigan Works)

215 Straight Ave NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

(616) 336-4460

 

121 Franklin St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

(616) 336-4040

 

michiganworks.org

 

A workforce developmental association serving employers and job seekers throughout Michigan

 

Next Steps of West Michigan

100 Garden St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49506

 

(616) 243-4477

 

nextstep-wm.org

 

Next Step is a faith-based nonprofit employing people coming out of prison or rehab and providing them with a community of support that will help them integrate into the workforce, regain hope and empower themselves to create a better future.

Women’s Resource Center

678 Front Street NW Suite 180

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

 

(616) 458-5443

 

grwrc.org

 

Offers programs that focus on low-income single mothers, women who are justice- involved, unemployed and underemployed women who faces challenges in the workplace.

Food

Access of West Michigan

1700 28th Street SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49508

 

Phone (616) 774-2175 

 

accessofwestmichigan.org

 

Access oversees the Food Pantry Network of Kent County, a food referral system of 75 pantries designed to respond to those in need of food assistance.

 

Baxter Community Center

935 Baxter Street SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49506

 

(616) 456-8593

 

wearebaxter.org

 

Baxter responds to immediate needs like food, clothing, medical care and shelter through a variety of programs and services.

Central Reformed Church

10 College Ave NE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 456-1773

 

centralreformedchurch.org

 

On-site food pantry that serves our neighbors once a week on Tuesdays from 1:00-3:00 pm, as well as the first and third Tuesdays each month from 5:30-7:00 pm.

City View Church Food Pantry

960 Alpine NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

 

(616) 419-8181

 

cityviewchurchgr.com

 

Emergency food assistance is available on Wednesdays from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm and Thursdays from 12:00 noon – 2:00 pm. Call (616) 419-8181 for more information and an appointment.

Community Food Club

1100 South Division Ave.

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

 

(616) 288-5550

 

communityfoodclubgr.org

 

The Community Food Club is open by referral only. Any Kent County household at or below 200% federal poverty is eligible for membership.  

 

Monday – Friday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Department of Human Services

Food Stamp Inquiries

 

121 Franklin St SE #200

Grand Rapids, MI 45907

 

(616) 248-1000

 

michigan.gov

 

Apply for benefits through MI Bridges. Includes healthcare, Food Assistance Program, Child Development Care, Cash Assistance, Emergency relief

Downtown Food Pantry

Westminster Food Pantry

 

47 Jefferson Ave SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 456-6115

 

westminster.org/food-pantry

 

Open to all residents that live in the downtown Heartside area. The Pantry provides a 3–5 day supply of emergency food and personal care products to visitors, up to once every 30 days.

Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church

514 Eastern Avenue SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 454-4888

 

eacrc.org

 

Eastern Avenue operates a food pantry, providing several days of groceries for families referred by the Baxter Community Center’s marketplace. To obtain a referral from Baxter, call 616-456-8593 to set up an appointment.

God’s Kitchen

303 Division Ave S

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 454-4110

 

ccwestmi.org

 

A noontime hot meal is served daily at God’s Kitchen in the Heartside Neighborhood of Grand Rapids. Guests are welcomed on a walk-in basis with no questions and no qualifiers.

Grace Christian Reformed Church

100 Buckley St SE 

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 452-8920

 

gracegr.org

 

Every Tuesday morning Grace Church volunteers distribute food to neighbors in the community that need emergency assistance or would like to supplement their food budgets. 

Meals on Wheels Western Michigan

2900 Wilson Ave SW Suite 500

Grandville, MI 49418

 

(616) 589-1625

 

mealsonwheelswesternmichigan.org

 

Eligible clients can receive up to two meals per day.

 

Most meals are delivered 3 days per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm. The meal can then be heated if needed, and enjoyed by the client at their convenience. Meals come with heating instructions for both microwaves and ovens.

Mel Trotter Ministries

225 Commerce Ave SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 356-1746

 

meltrotter.org

 

Breakfast: 6:40 am – 7:00 am

South Dining Room (entrance on Williams St)

 

Lunch: 12:20 pm – 1:00 pm

Cook Cafeteria (main entrance on Commerce Ave)

 

Dinner: 5:15 pm – 6:00 pm

South Dining Room (entrance on Williams St)

 

There is a minimal cost to staff and non-MTM guests for a meal. Various meal plan options are available.

Noors Heaven of West Michigan

2723 Sarnia Ave SW

Wyoming, MI

 

(616) 589-1625

 

noorheaven.org

 

Non-profit charity agency that helps Arab and Muslim individuals and families with comprehensive humanitarian, social, and educational services that help women, children, men, and families who are impacted by poverty, violence, and language barriers.

North End Community Ministry

214 Spencer St NE

Grand Rapids, MI

 

(616) 454-1097

 

necmgr.org

 

The pantry provides our clients with a 3-4 day supply of  food and personal care products once a month.  First time pantry visitors see website for details.

Other Way Ministries

710 West Fulton St NW

Grand Rapids, MI

 

(616) 454-4011 ext. 5330

 

theotherway.org

 

Emergency food pantry and community outreach center

 

Food Pantry Hours:

 

Tuesday 9:30 – 11:30 am, 12:30 – 6 pm

Wednesday 9:30 – 11:30 am

Thursday 9:30 – 11:30 am, 12:30 – 2:30 pm

St. Mary’s Food Pantry

423 First St NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

 

(616) 550-6714

 

stmarygr.org

 

All are welcome at the food pantry at St. Mary Church, which is open on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. Name, address, and phone number are asked of everyone who comes for help.

Streams of Hope Food Centers

280 60th St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49548

 

(616) 272-3634 Main

 

streamsofhope.org

 

Provides programs supporting under-resourced adults who have one of three chronic diseases: Type 2 Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, or Chronic Renal disease.

The Pantry

4307 Kalamazoo Ave SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49508

 

(616) 455-9411

 

thepantry.gr

 

The Pantry provides the neighbors of South Kent County with essential ingredients to meet their basic needs and bring stability to their lives.

 

Mon/Wed/Fri: 10:00 am – 1:45 pm 

Thu: 6:00 pm – 7:45 pm

Healthcare

Alpha Center of Grand Rapids

1725 South Division Ave

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

 

(616) 459-9955

 

alphagrandrapids.org

 

Provides personalized pregnancy support to women and couples.  Job and career support will be offered once Men’s Center is completed.

Baxter Community Center

935 Baxter St SE

Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506

 

(616) 456-5310

 

wearebaxter.org/clinic

 

Currently accepting uninsured and insured (Priority Health or Meridian) children and adults. Other services: eye exams, kidney specialist

Catherine’s Health Center

Neighborhood Health Services

 

1211 Lafayette Ave NE

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

 

(616) 336-8800

 

catherineshc.org

 

Catherine’s Health Center improves the health of our community by providing access to high quality, affordable and compassionate health care.  To achieve this we collaborate with health agencies, hospitals, schools, churches, homes for the elderly, service clubs and neighborhood organizations.

Cherry Health Services

550 Cherry St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 965-8308

 

cherryhealth.org

 

Provides quality health services, regardless of income or insurance status. Sliding fee payment scale based on income and family size. Offers primary care, women’s health, pediatrics, dental, vision, behavioral health, mental health, and correctional health. Several locations.

Cherry Street Durham Clinic

Heart of the City

 

100 Cherry St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 965-8200

 

cherryhealth.org

 

Team-based approach to the management of chronic physical and/or behavioral health conditions. Team includes psychiatrist, nurses, health coaches, social workers, supports coordinator, peer support specialist, medical assistants and physician assistant. Any individual who is 18 years or older and has at least one chronic health condition (mental or physical) is eligible for services.

Health Intervention Services

Exalta Health

 

15 Andre St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

 

(616) 475-8446

 

exaltahealth.org

 

Medical (Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Urgent Care, Gynecology, Cardiology, Orthopedics, Endocrinology, ENT, Diabetic Counseling and Education & Vision services. Fees on a sliding fee scale, and explore possible assistance that may be available.

Heart of the City Health Center

100 Cherry St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 965-8200

 

Adult Internal Medicine, Counseling, Dental (and emergency dental walk-in), Vision Clinic, Health Insurance Enrollment, Pediatrics, Pharmacy.

Oasis of Hope Center

522 Leonard St NW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

 

(616) 451-8868

 

ohcgr.org

 

Medical Care, Spiritual Care, Behavioral/Mental Health Care, Counseling, Diabetic Consultation, Basic Life-Skills Education, Patient Advocacy Offers services to persons who have: income below 200% of federal poverty guidelines, NO health insurance, immediate need.

Pregnancy Resource Center

415 Cherry St. SE 

Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503

 

CALL: 616-920-6754 

 

TEXT: 616-284-1545​ 

 

prcgr.org

 

Pregnancy Resource Center provides some of the following services: Pregnancy Testing, Ultrasounds, STD Testing & Treatment, one-on-one mentoring, practical parenting classes and education, baby (0-2T) and maternity clothing, baby items, and offer referrals for community resources.

Addiction

Alcoholics Anonymous

Main office:

4920 Plainfield NE Suite 19

Grand Rapids, MI 49525

 

(616) 913-9216

 

grandrapidsaa.org

 

Information and support to those who are new to AA and those thinking about getting involved in recovery.  View website for meeting locations.

Alternative Directions

1706 S Division Ave

Grand Rapids MI 49507

 

(616) 245-4346

 

altdir.org

 

Provides behavioral therapy and sustance abuse counseling services to adult male non-violent felony offenders and probation violators.

For Men Only

Arbor Circle

1115 Ball Ave NE

Grand Rapids MI 49505

 

(616) 456-6571

 

arborcircle.org

 

Counseling services for those with depression, anxiety, substance use, trauma, and family relationship issues.

Cherry Health Services

550 Cherry St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 965-8308

 

cherryhealth.org

 

Provides quality health services, regardless of income or insurance status. Sliding fee payment scale based on income and family size. Offers primary care, women’s health, pediatrics, dental, vision, behavioral health, mental health, and correctional health. Several locations.

Cherry Street Durham Clinic

Heart of the City

 

100 Cherry St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 965-8200

 

cherryhealth.org

 

Team-based approach to the management of chronic physical and/or behavioral health conditions. Team includes psychiatrist, nurses, health coaches, social workers, supports coordinator, peer support specialist, medical assistants and physician assistant. Any individual who is 18 years or older and has at least one chronic health condition (mental or physical) is eligible for services.

Community Recovery

2340 Dean Lake Rd NE

Grand Rapids MI 4950

 

(616) 361-6014

ext. 226 to call for a ride

 

commrecovery.org

 

Offers free counseling services for family, individual, addiction, marital, and mental health issues.

Durham Clinic

Cherry Health – Located in Heart of the City Health Center

 

100 Cherry St SE

Grand Rapids MI 49503

 

(616) 965-8200

 

cherryhealth.org/durham

 

Fully integrated health care clinic with a team-based approach to the management of chronic physical and/or behavioral health conditions.

Family Outreach Center

1939 S Division Ave

Grand Rapids MI 49507

 

(616) 247-3815

 

focgr.org

 

Mental health and substance abuse counseling, support groups include relapse prevention, wellness programs, and recovery management.

Homeward Bound

Sex Offender Treatment

 

436 44th St SE Suite C

Kentwood, MI 49548

 

(616) 560-0019

 

accesskent.com

 

Provides treatment to those convicted of a Criminal Sexual Conduct charge or similar sexual behavior problem. Group therapy and individual sessions.

Network 180

790 Fuller Avenue NE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

616-336-3909

 

network180.org

 

Provides screening and referral for individuals seeking support and services for mental illness, serious emotional disturbance, developmental disabilities, and substance use disorders.

 

Walk-in hours M-F 8am – 6pm

Nuevo Camino

Cherry Street Health Center

550 Cherry St SE

Grand Rapids MI 49503

(616) 745-0218 

 

Westside Health Center

669 Stocking Ave NW

Grand Rapids MI 49504

(616) 745-0218

 

cherryhealth.org

 

Short term outpatient counseling for members of the Hispanic community. Treatment for substance use and co-occurring disorders both in clinic and home-based. Other services include relationship counseling, assistance in reclaiming driver’s licenses, and connecting clients to other helpful resources in the community. All services available in Spanish.

Sanford House GR

540 Cherry Street SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

(616)288-6970

sanfordhousegr.com

Sanford House at John Street for Men and Sanford House at Cherry Street for Women is a place for addiction treatment. They provide: outpatient, virtual, residential, family programs, as well as a continuum of care. 

Set Free Ministries

700 36th St. SE, Suite 108

Grand Rapids, MI 49548

(616) 726-5400

setfreemin.org

Set Free Ministries provide counseling for individuals struggling with depression, addiction, suicidal thoughts, marriage, veteran challenges, hopelessness, anger or fear.

This organization will schedule a Freedom Appointment which is a 4 – 6 hour meeting with 2 trained volunteers who will lead you through steps to freedom in Christ.

Teen Challenge – Muskegon

440 Pontaluna Rd

Muskegon, MI 49444

Men’s phone: 231-798-7927

Women’s phone: 231-798-2702

www.wm-tc.com

Western Michigan Teen Challenge is a one year live-in discipleship program. Its main focus is to help adults who are struggling with life controlling addictions of any kind. We believe that addicts can be set free by the power of Jesus Christ, and that you don’t have to live the rest of your life as an addict. We teach students how to have a relationship with God. How to get their lives back on track, and how to remain free from the bondage of addictions.

Housing

Allen Manor 1st Community

532 James Ave SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

 

(616) 456-6350

 

fcame.org

 

First Community A.M.E. Housing, Inc. is a non-profit organization formed to provide safe and adequate housing for the low income senior citizens of Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Alpha Prison Ministries

87 Hyacinth St SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49548

 

(616) 538-4090

 

alphapm.org

 

Alpha Prison Ministries has two Alpha House facilities that provide a safe and encouraging environment for former inmates to successfully make a transition back into society when they are released from prison.

For Men Only

Community Rebuilders

1120 Monroe Ave NW Suite 220

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 458-5102

 

communityrebuilders.org

 

Community Rebuilders provides people experiencing homelessness with housing as quickly as possible – and then provides services as needed.

Covenant House

26 Antoine St SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

 

(616) 608-1380

 

covenanthouse.org

 

Covenant Housing provides shelter and hope to young people ages 18-24 who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness. Covenant House provides youth shelter, educational and vocational programs, and support services to help them find their path to meaningful and successful adulthood.

Degage’s Open Door

Women’s Drop in Center

 

144 Division Ave S

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

(Blue doors on side)

 

(616) 454-1661

 

degageministries.org

 

Provides services for female residents of Kent County who are eighteen years of age and older and in need of shelter. Capacity 40.

For Women Only

Dwelling Place

101 Sheldon Ave SE Suite 2

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 454-0928

 

dwellingplacegr.org

 

Dwelling Place is a nonprofit community development corporation that provides affordable housing across West Michigan.

Eastbrook Apartments

2329 Timberbrook Dr SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

 

(616) 975-9250

 

eastbrookapartments.net

 

Based off income but not subsidized. Please call the property to find out the current qualifications and rental assistance programs.

Exodus Transitional Housing

322 Front St SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

 

(616) 242-9130

 

exodusplace.org

 

Works with those coming out of jail, prison, and those with CSC charges. Rooms for men only. Must have some type of income: Social Security, S.S. I., Disability, Veterans Benefits, Unemployment, or must be employed (working). Works with job assistance programs as well. It is not a shelter / mission. There are fees. Shared rooms are $475 each person. Your own room is $630. Includes utilities.

For Men Only

Family Promise of Grand Rapids – Fulton Manor

516 Cherry Street, S.E.

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

616-475-5220

 

familypromisegr.org

 

The Fulton Manor Emergency Family Shelter provides a warm, safe place to stay for up to 75 families.  Families are referred to the shelter through United Way’s 2-1-1 and Salvation Army Housing Assessment Program. 

Genesis Housing Corporation

528 Bridge St. NW, Suite 6 

Grand Rapids, MI 49504

 

(616) 988-2897

 

genesisnphc.org

 

Genesis provides permanent, independent, affordable housing for people with disabilities who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, where appropriate supportive services are provided as part of the normal operation of the housing, as a way of helping residents maintain the maximum possible level of independence, stability, and participation in the general community.

Grand Rapids Housing Commission

1420 Fuller Avenue SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

 

(616) 235-2600

 

grhousing.org

 

The Grand Rapids Housing Commission is one of several local agencies that administer Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers and other federally subsidized housing programs.

Guiding Light Mission – Housing

255 Division Ave S

Grand Rapids MI 49503

 

(616) 451-0236

 

guidinglightworks.org

 

Shelter is for men only; must be in by 8:00 pm for a bed. No late admittance. (Degage passes ok). Those that attend chapel at 6 pm are first in line for dinner and beds. Dinner starts around 6:30 pm after chapel finishes. Wake up time is 6:00 am weekdays and 6:30 am on weekends.

For Men Only

Hillview Townhouses and Apartments

602 Hillview Place

Rockford, MI 49341

 

(616) 866-2535

 

This apartment accepts HUD subsidies. For HUD subsidized apartments, if you qualify for low income housing and they have available apartments, rent is based on 30% of your Adjusted Gross Income. Call for details.

ICCF Family Haven Shelter

701 Prospect Ave SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 247-4949

 

iccf.org

 

Offers 30-day shelter for families with children. Must have at least one child to stay at the shelter. Must be referred by H.A.P., D.H.S., or I.C.C.F.

IFHN

Inter Faith Hospitality Network

(Also known as Family Promise)

 

906 S. Division

Grand Rapids, MI 49507

 

(616) 475-5220

 

familypromisegr.org

 

Offers 30-day shelter for families.

Living Water Ministry Network

PO Box 566

Comstock Park, MI 49321

 

livingwaterpmn.org

 

Living Water Ministry Network provides homes and supportive services to disciple men paroling from prison and at-risk young men to become godly, contributing members of the community.  Living Water supports men with CSC charges

For Men Only

Matthew’s House Transitional Ministry

766 7th Street NW

 

Grand Rapids Michigan

49504

 

(616) 233-3006. 

 

matthewshouseministry.org

 

We focus on spiritual growth, education, employment, social and economic functionality by not only providing transitional housing but also daily drug and alcohol counseling, daily bible studies, computer skills training, resume building and business incubation services.

Mel Trotter Men’s Shelter

225 Commerce Ave SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 454-8249

 

meltrotter.org/mens-shelter

 

Men must be in by 7 pm & go to chapel from 7-8 pm. Beds are at 8 pm. Wake up time is at 5:45 am. Breakfast is at 6:15 am. Must leave by 6:30 am. Must stay overnight for breakfast. Mel Trotter does not take late passes. Dinner at 5:15 pm everyday.

For Men Only

Mel Trotter Women’s Shelter

225 Commerce Ave SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

(616) 454-8249

 

meltrotter.org/womensshelter

 

Women have to be in by 7 pm. Must be in by 5 pm. if you want dinner at 5:15 pm. Wake up time is 6 am. Breakfast is at 7 am. Must leave by 8:00 am. And be back by 7 pm. Also must be looking and attempting to find a job and an apartment or other housing. Weekly reports are required (May stay for up to 60 days).

For Women Only

Old Mill of Sand Lake Apartments

86 Third Street

Sand Lake, MI 49343

 

(616) 696-9678

 

redoakmanagement.com

 

Old Mill Apartments offers affordable rent with quick access to Grand Rapids. Within walking distance to a grocery store, the library and post office. Heat is free.

Red Flannel Acres

311 Oak Court

Cedar Springs, MI 49319

 

(616) 696-3920

 

redflannelacres.com

 

An affordable family community offering one and two bedroom apartments. Our apartments are equipped with major kitchen appliances, energy saving windows, and air conditioning.

Rouge Valley Tower

59 South Main St

Rockford, MI 49341

 

(616) 866-0371

 

rockfordhousing.org

 

Rogue Valley Towers is a four-story high-rise located at 59 South Main Street, in downtown Rockford, Michigan. There are 52 apartments in the building.

Sanford House GR

540 Cherry Street SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

(616)288-6970

sanfordhousegr.com

Sanford House at John Street for Men and Sanford House at Cherry Street for Women is a place for addiction treatment. They provide: outpatient, virtual, residential, family programs, as well as a continuum of care. 

The Bridge

A program of Arbor Circle

 

1115 Ball Ave NE

Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

616-451-3001 – Susan Shepard

 

arborcircle.org/the-bridge

 

The Bridge of Arbor Circle is a safe shelter program for youth, ages 10-17, who are facing homelessness or considering running away. In the middle of a crisis, The Bridge offers youth a stable and accessible place to stay. Located in Grand Rapids, our facility is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.

The Lighthouse

Housing for Teen Mothers

 

lighthouseforteenmoms.org

 

The Lighthouse is a home based on Biblical Principles offering shelter to teen mothers, ages 13-19. They provide healthy meals, prenatal care and assist in getting a High School diploma or GED. There are classes in parenting, adoption, childbirth, budgeting, and building healthy relationships. There are life skill classes in household management, employment skills and personal goal setting.

For Women Only

Wyoming Housing Commission

2450 36th Street SW

Wyoming , MI 49519

 

(616) 534-5471

 

wyomingmi.gov

 

The mission of the Wyoming Housing Commission (WHC) is to promote adequate and affordable housing, economic opportunity, and a suitable living environment free from discrimination.

Transportation

Go!Bus

300 Ellsworth Ave. SW

Grand Rapids, MI

 

(616) 776-1100

 

ridetherapid.org

 

Designed for individuals with a documented disability. A service of the Rapid.

Great Lake Taxi

1940 28th St SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49508

 

(616) 241-5150

 

Open 24 Hours

Pass

Passenger Adaptive Suburban Service

 

(616) 776-1100

 

Pass Website

 

Suburban feeder shuttle that transports passengers from their curb to The Rapid fixed-route system. If you live more than one-third of a mile off a bus line, PASS may be able to connect you to the nearest bus stop for only $3.50. This fare includes a transfer to the fixedroute bus. Call for details.

Ride Link

616-774-1288

866-425-3848

 

Ridelink Website

 

RideLink provides Kent County adults, age 60+, affordable transportation throughout Kent County. Seniors can schedule a ride to a medical appointment, the grocery store, or even to visit a friend.

Senior Neighbors

Grand Rapids Senior Center

 

333 Division Ave S

Grand Rapids, MI

 

(616) 459-3040

 

seniorneighbors.org

 

Distributes Grand Rapids City Bus tickets to seniors who need public transportation so they can access essential services.

The Rapid

Grand Rapids Area Transit Authority

 

300 Ellsworth Avenue SW

Grand Rapids, MI 49503-4005

 

(616) 456-7514 Main

(616) 456-6141 Go!Bus

 

ridetherapid.org  (main site)

 

system map (PDF download)

 

Cost: $1.75 one way, .85 for disabled/seniors

Wheels to Work

A Program of Hope Network

 

755 36th Street Southeast

Grand Rapids, MI 49548 

 

616-243-0876

 

ridewheelstowork.com

 

Wheels to Work is all about helping you get to work – reliably and affordably. Our shared fare plan is designed so that you pay a small cost, and your employer does the same. You’ll be picked up at one of our hubs and dropped off where you work.

Yellow Cab

1412 Kalamazoo Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI

 

(616) 459-4646

 

Open 24 hours