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

In 2018, HSMM provided case management for 1308 adults and 850 children, with total financial support of $920,763

Eaton County:

~Emergency Rental Assistance: 531 Households with 708 adults and 558 children. Included in this number were 139 homeless, 116 evictions, 241 relocations, 19 foreclosures, and 16 tax foreclosures. Direct financial assistance totaled $84,485.

~Permanent Supportive Housing: 7 units for chronically homeless singles, and 16 additional units for families where an adult has a disability. This included 22 adults and 24 children. Rental subsidy for these households totaled $180,092.

~Mainstream Section 8 Voucher: $466,429 in rental subsidy for the 94 disabled voucher holders which included 116 adults and 43 children.

Clinton County:

~Emergency Rental Assistance: 190 Households with 259 adults and 219 children.  Included in this number were 66 homeless, 83 evictions, and 41 relocations.  Direct financial assistance totaled $42,949.

~Emergency Shelter Program: Provided 188 nights of shelter with $13,737.

~Permanent Supportive Housing: 9 units for chronically homeless individuals and families, including 10 adults and 6 children. This program began August 1, 2018 Rental subsidy for the first 5 months of the program totaled $13,066.

Tri-County Outreach: (Clinton, Eaton & Ingham)

~Offender Success Transitional Housing: Lansing Tri-County area assisted 147 adults using $120,042.

~PATH Street Outreach: 68 individuals were contacted/located and 39 were enrolled in PATH case management.

 

 In 2017, HSMM provided case management for 1284 adults and 813 children, with total financial support of $1,009,040

Eaton County:

~Emergency Rental Assistance: 510 Households with 684 adults and 558 children.  Included in this number were 144 homeless, 118 evictions, 195 relocations, 29 foreclosures, and 23 tax foreclosures.  Direct financial assistance totaled $138,504.

~Permanent Supportive Housing: 6 units for singles with severe mental health issues, 9 units for chronically homeless singles, and 13 additional units for families where an adult has a disability.  Rental subsidy for these households totaled $143,025.

~Mainstream Section 8 Voucher: $453,018 in rental subsidy for the 75 disabled voucher holders which included 105 adults and 43 children.

~Offender Success Transitional housing: Lansing Tri-County area assisted 124 adults using $115,974.  Jackson Tri-County area assisted 89 adults using $99,874.

Clinton County:

~Emergency Rental Assistance: 180 Households with 254 adults and 199 children.  Included in this number were 43 homeless, 73 evictions, and 65 relocations.  Direct financial assistance totaled $50,740.

~Emergency Shelter Program: Provided 121 nights of shelter with $7,905.

Tri-County Street Outreach: (Clinton, Eaton & Ingham)

~PATH Street Outreach: This program began in May 2017. In those first eight months, 95 individuals were contacted/located and 40 were enrolled in PATH case management.

 

In 2016, HSMM provided case management for 1077 adults and 649 children, with total financial support of $963,308

~Emergency Rental Assistance: 541 Households with 703 adults and 599 children.  Included in this number were 151 homeless, 133 evictions, 202 relocations, 36 foreclosures, and 19 tax foreclosures.  53 of these households were Veterans.  Direct financial assistance totaled $155,928.

~Permanent Supportive Housing: 6 units for singles with severe mental health issues, 8 units for chronically homeless singles, and 3 additional units for families where an adult has a disability.  Rental subsidy for these households totaled $102,462.

~Mainstream Section 8 Voucher: $449,263 in rental subsidy for the 75 disabled voucher holders which included 106 adults and 47 children.

~Prisoner Re-entry Transitional housing: Lansing Tri-County area assisted 139 adults using $117,558.  Jackson Tri-County area assisted 112 adults using $138,097.

 

In 2015, HSMM provided case management for 1110 adults and 739 children, with total financial support of $880,623

~Emergency Rental Assistance: 589 Households with 782 adults and 701 children.  Included in this number were 204 homeless, 137 evictions, 181 relocations, 46 foreclosures, and 21 tax foreclosures.  44 of these households were Veterans.  Direct financial assistance totaled $135,792.  Funding sources for 2015 were reduced by $24,000.

~Permanent Supportive Housing: 6 units for singles with severe mental health issues, 10 units for chronically homeless singles, and 3 additional units for families where an adult has a disability.  Rental subsidy for these households totaled $97,165.

~Mainstream Section 8 Voucher: $424,620 in rental subsidy for the 75 disabled voucher holders which included 106 adults and 38 children.

~Prisoner Re-entry Transitional housing: Lansing Tri-County area assisted 115 adults using $114,997.  Jackson Tri-County area assisted 88 adults using $108,049.

 

Prevention is the key

HSMM’s main focus is to prevent homelessness before it occurs. Funding is based upon the availability of grants and donations from our community. Donations may be tax deductible and can be made to HSMM at the address above.

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