Sister Claudia Burke Center for Hope
In a city that helped build America, hope is often in short supply. Jobs are scarce – violence, illiteracy, and crime are prevalent. Young people are being raised in an environment of poverty and despair. Anxiety, joblessness and poverty – all contributors to depression and domestic violence – are destroying families. Clearly, help is needed. For many, the Center for Hope is the beginning of a new path to recovery, offering access to counseling and mental health services, substance use treatment and recovery, housing assistance and referrals for food and furniture. The Center for Hope offers just that - hope for each new day that comes.
Personal needs items such as toothpaste, shampoo, diapers, formula, and toilet paper, as well as clothing and household goods, are distributed to those in need.
Hours: Monday – Friday
Personal Care Items 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Clothing-Household Goods 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
For more information please call (810) 265-7025
Hamilton Health Network
The Center for Hope now offers a Hamilton Health mini clinic providing medical services for the entire family.
Individuals wishing to use the laundry facilities must sign in at the Community Closet check-in desk to schedule appointments. Guests may do 2 loads of laundry per person 2 times per month.
Empowering citizens with felonies through coaching, education, and employment for Re-Connection within our communities.
For more information contact: Dennis Weinand, (248) 207-8125.
Individuals wishing to use the shower facilities must sign in at the Community Closet check-in desk to schedule appointments.
Hot, balanced meals are served:
Monday-Saturday 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
Sunday, 1:30 pm-2:30 pm
812 Root Street, Flint
St. Christopher Medical Transport
Provides free medical transportation for children in need. For more information about this service please contact:
Bennie Bell on (810) 232-9950
Sometimes you need a little help. We provide emergency rent, mortgage, and utility assistance to eligible clients in need, as funds are available. If we are unable to help we do our best to put you in touch with the resources you need. For more information contact Cyndi McDoniel on (810) 234-4693
Overnight shelter from the cold open 24 hours December 1- March 31. Clients are able to enjoy lunch, coffee, reading, watching TV and other basic supportive services.
Our Work Ready Room provides interview and work apparel, along with resource information for individuals who are job searching. Open Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 9 am to 12 pm, by appointment only. A referral from a partner agency is needed: The American Red Cross – Flint, Goodwill Industries of Mid-Michigan, The U of M – Flint School of Social Work, Mott Community College Workforce & Career Development, and Genesee Health Systems.
For more information call (810) 265-7025.