Bridging Gaps. Breaking Barriers. Bringing Solutions.
We understand and recognize the barriers keeping individuals and families from having a home. Today, we are focusing our vision on the gaps in services provided to the homeless and those facing homelessness in Allegan County.
100% driven by volunteers and service providers.
Our founding board is comprised of volunteers and professionals working within the sector. Combining their experience and passion for the Allegan Community, they drive the mission of Allegan Homeless Solutions.
Bridges of Hope
Allegan County Community Mental Health
Bridges of Hope
Frequently Asked Questions
This question comes with some follow up questions on our end. Have you applied for assistance with Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS)? Have you requested assistance from other agencies that you are working with (Christian Neighbors, Love INC., Allegan County Community Mental Health (ACCMH) Housing Department)? If so, we may be able to take a referral from the other agencies you are working with.
If you are homeless, you must first contact Allegan County Community Mental Health Homeless Assistance Program. Their phone number is (269)686-4703. Please click here for more information and further resources.
Allegan Homeless Solutions works along with other agencies to assist the homeless; therefore it does not have a direct line. If you are facing a housing crisis, please contact Allegan County Community Mental Health Homeless Assistance Programs at: (269)686-4703.
Mailing Address: 409 Oaks Crossing, Suite 142, Plainwell, Mi 49080
Yes. We will work with several agencies in Allegan County including Sylvia’s Place, Bridges of Hope and Renewed Hope.
If you are interested in getting involved with AHS, please check out our Projects page to see how you can help in our efforts. You can also click here to donate. If you would like to support a specific project, please add a “note” when completing the form. Be sure to like us on Facebook to stay up to date on our latest projects and needs.
Yes. If you are looking for assistance in housing an individual or family that you are working with, you will want to call (269)686-4703 to learn about needed documentation and next steps.
If you want to learn more about housing services and the work being done, you may want to join the Allegan County Continuum of Care (CoC). This group meets on the second Thursday of each month. For further information, please contact us.