SERVICES IN THE COMMUNITY

The Store House

    484 Linco Rd, 

    Berrien Springs, MI 49103

Free Food and Fellowship. Tuesdays 4-7pm & Saturdays 9-12

 

Neighbor to Neighbor
   9147 US-31,
   Berrien Springs, MI 49103
       (269)471-7411
https://www.n2nhelps.com

Food, Clothing, Furniture, and Educational Programs. The Family Emergency Services program allows us to support individuals and families in their critical times. It provides free food, clothing, furniture, and educational programs.

 

Feeding America, West Michigan, Benton Harbor
     1488 East Empire Ave.
     Benton Harbor, MI 49022
       (269)926-2646
https://www.feedwm.org/mobile-pantry-schedule/ 

Mobil Food Pantry; check out the link for details

 

Berrien Community Foundation
   2900 S State St #2E
   St Joseph, MI 49085

https://www.berriencommunity.org/help4her

 

Hope Resource
   144 S. Church Street,
   Coloma, MI 49138
       (269)468-6062
https://www.colomaumc.org/food-pantry.html 

 

RedBud Area Ministries
   708 Red Bud Tr North,
   Buchanan, MI 49107
       (269)695-5083
You can find them on Facebook

Center started to organize the churches in the Buchanan and Galien School Districts to respond to individual and family needs.

 

Habitat for Humanity
   155 W Wall St,
   Benton Harbor, MI
https://www.habitat.org  

ReStore
Home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used furniture, home accessories, building materials and appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price.

Homeownership Program
Families and individuals in need of decent, affordable housing apply for homeownership with their local Habitat for Humanity.

 

Soup Kitchen Inc
   233 Michigan St, 
   Benton Harbor, MI 49022
https://soupk.org 

 

Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency (SMCAA)
    185 E Main St, Ste 303
    Benton Harbor, MI 49022
     (269) 925-9077
https://www.smcaa.com 

Client Development & Education
Includes group and one-on-one activities that help individuals repair bad credit, build savings, and prepare for homeownership.

Emergency Assistance Programs

  • Food Assistance provides food assistance through pantries and commodities to individuals and families who are eligible.

  • Emergency Services provides emergency funding for past due and disconnected electric, natural gas, and deliverable fuels; past due rent to prevent eviction or homelessness; and emergency shelter housing.

CARES Relief & Recovery Services

  • Food Support
    Distributing food through 2-1-1 referrals

  • ​Water & Energy Assistance
    Providing residents with financial assistance towards electric, gas and water utilities

  • ​Emergency Repairs
    Provide plumbing or hot water heater repairs that will resolve the immediate emergency with access to water services for health and safety

  • ​Rent & Mortgage Assistance
    Providing rental assistance and help towards mortgage payments