...opening doors for people in our communities

Opening Doors for People in our Communities

Since 1995, Housing Services Mid Michigan has been on the forefront of housing stability in Eaton County, branching out services to Barry and Clinton counties in 2014. Throughout all of its programming-homeless, rental, and homeownership- Housing Services focuses on affordability and self-sufficiency. For more information about specific services or programs, please visit the Program pages or call our office at (517) 541-1180. Housing Services Mid Michigan is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations may be tax deductible.

News

Eaton Federal Sponsors Local Homelessness Prevention Campaign

November 11, 2019

CHARLOTTE, MI; October 30, 2019- Eaton Federal Savings Bank announces its matching fundraising campaign aimed at preventing homelessness in Eaton County.  The campaign corresponds with November’s nationally recognized Homeless Awareness Month. During the month, Eaton Federal will be collecting donations to benefit Housing Services Mid Michigan’s Prevention Program campaign- “HOME Is Where _________ Happens” and…

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Clinton County Community Conversation on Homelessness

October 29, 2018

Clinton County is having a very important conversation on a topic many aren’t talking about: Homelessness. Although many county residents may not be aware, homelessness is happening right in our backyard. A representative from a local non-profit organization, Housing Services Mid Michigan, reports having served 97 total homeless clients in Clinton County over the last…

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The mission of Housing Services Mid Michigan is to assist low to moderate income individuals and families fulfill their need for affordable, safe, and sanitary housing through participation in federal, state, and local programs and services.  Through the coordination of these programs and local providers, Housing Services Mid Michigan will strive to provide a “continuum of care” approach to better serve the diverse needs of program participants and encourage their economic self-sufficiency.