Community Housing Connect

Because No One Should Face Homelessness Alone

We are here, because no one should face homelessness alone. No one.


Who can we help?

Kent County families with household income below 50% of the area median income that include at least one adult and one dependent minor, including pregnant women.


How do we define family?

 A family is a family regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national orgin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.



What is a housing crisis?

Families experiencing a housing crisis may be residing outdoors, in their car or a park. They may be staying in an emergency shelter, motel or hotel. Families may also be at-risk of losing their housing. 


How can we help?

 Our expert team can help with the following: Securing or maintaining housing in the rental market. Service linkages to help resolve the strain of family violence, finding a temporary place to stay and/or mediation.

What next?

 If these services can help your family resolve a housing crisis, click the “Start Your Housing Plan” button above. You will answer a few questions then schedule an appointment with one of our expert staff. 

Not Eligible?

If you are having a housing crisis and don’t meet the qualifications for Community Housing Connect, please contact the United Way 211 for immediate referral assistance.

Immediate Risk or Danger

If you or a family member are experiencing violence in the home and you need immediate assistance, call 911, or the National Domestic Violence hotline at 1-800-799-7233.

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Targeted Outreach

Community Rebuilders is partnering with the City of Grand Rapids to address the housing needs of persons who are sleeping on the streets. Members of the Targeted Outreach Team may use this portal to assist persons residing in geographically targeted areas in accessing supported solutions.