Kathy Goodrich Winter Shelter

A safe, warm place to spend the night.

About the Winter Shelter

The Kathy Goodrich Winter Shelter will provide services to folks so they can be fed, warm, and safe during the cold winter months. The frigid temperatures are here and folks are in danger! Without your support, they could end up hospitalized or at risk of dying. We are working hard to change that.

The Kathy Goodrich Winter Shelter will provide overnight accommodations and daily food from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. December 5th through April 1st. While open to anyone experiencing homelessness, guests will be accepted on a first-come basis as capacity is limited. There is no limit on the number of nights guests can return to the shelter for overnight accommodation. Bus tickets will be available each morning for those without transportation to work, appointments, or other destinations throughout metro Detroit. 

The Kathy Goodrich Winter Shelter is named in honor of the longtime Macomb County advocate for homeless individuals who championed the shelter since 2002. Goodrich passed away in 2020 but, this shelter will honor her self-sacrifice and legacy. Motor City Mitten Mission of St. Clair Shores is spearheading this season’s shelter program with support from Trinity Lutheran Church Utica.





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