Community Resources

NETWORK180 - Provides referrals to mental health, crisis homes, hospitals, and substance abuse agencies. Inpatient/outpatient for medicine and counseling as well as crisis intervention. Those with Medicaid or no insurance are eligible to receive services through Network180.

790 Fuller Ave. NE, Grand Rapids, MI  49506

(616) 336-3909

24 Hour Helpline:  (616) 336-3535

Y.W.C.A. - Offers programs and classes relating to domestic violence, abuse and assault. Offers counseling and programs for shelter in time of crisis. Call for more information.

25 Sheldon Blvd. SE, Grand Rapids, MI  49503

(616) 459-4681

DEGAGE'S OPEN DOOR (WOMEN'S DROP-IN CENTER) - Provides services for female residents of Kent County who are eighteen years of age and older and in need of shelter. Capacity of 40.

144 Division Ave. S, Grand Rapids, MI  49503

(616) 454-1661

GUIDING LIGHT MISSION (MEN ONLY) - Must be in by 8:00 p.m. for a bed. No late admittance. Those that attend chapel at 6:00 p.m. are first in line for dinner and beds. Dinner starts around 6:30 p.m. after chapel finishes. Wake up time is 6:00 a.m. weekdays and 6:30 a.m. on weekends.

255 Division Ave. S, Grand Rapids, MI  49503

(616) 451-0236

I.C.C.F. FAMILY HAVEN SHELTER - 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. (Department of Human Services), or I.C.C.F. (Inner City Christian Federation)

701 Prospect Ave. SE, Grand Rapids, MI  49503

(616) 247-4949


312 Grandville

Grand Rapids, MI  49503

(616) 356-1614


321 Fuller

Grand Rapid, MI  49503

(616) 235-9529

DISABILITY ADVOCATES OF KENT COUNTY -  The mission of Disability Advocates of Kent County is to work alongside people with disabilities as they seek to lead self-directed lives and to advocate for accessible and welcoming communities.

3600 Camelot Dr. SE, Grand Rapids, MI  49546

(616) 949-1100