The homeless are not just statistics, although there are more than 34,000 homeless people in Southeast Michigan.

They are not faceless—they are children, middle-class families whose financial situations have changed drastically, women suffering from abuse, individuals challenged with mental illness, and those whose lives have been destroyed by alcohol or drugs—some were your neighbors.

Grace Centers of Hope was established in 1942. It is one of the largest faith-based, long-term life skills programs for those afflicted by homelessness, addiction, and abuse in southeast Michigan.

Located in the midst of the community in a campus-like setting, Grace Centers of Hope provides help and hope to those in need without any government funding. 

Located in the midst of the community in a campus-like setting, Grace Centers of Hope provides refuge, safety and security, a home for those without one, and a wide range of programs to help people in need rebuild their lives and re-enter society as productive and responsible citizens. 

“Grace Centers of Hope is absolutely unique in their mission to reclaim lost lives and transform them through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I cannot think of a better ministry to support in SE Michigan. Pastor Clark and Grace Centers are the real deal.

Chris Stevenson

Grace Centers of Hope Programs

Mission

Grace Centers of Hope is a non-profit, Christian organization committed to positively changing the lives of the unwanted, addicted, and homeless through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, personal accountability, life skills education, and work-related programs. 

Vision

Through a loving, Christian community, all centered around Grace Gospel Fellowship Church, we provide hope, jobs, and stability for each of our residents for many years to come.

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