YWCA/Interim House Metro Detroit
YWCA Interim House, a program of the YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit, first opened its doors in 1979, becoming one of the first and largest shelters in Michigan. It offers 24-hour crisis help line services; emergency temporary shelter; food and clothing; individual, family and children and group counseling; residential and non-residential support groups; case management; legal advocacy referrals; sexual assault advocacy referrals childcare services; transportation and many other community referrals (legal, financial assistance, medical services and transitional & permanent housing). Many referrals have qualification guidelines. These services are offered in a 67-bed facility to women and children survivors in a safe, comfortable and supportive environment. The average length of stay ranges from 30 to 60 days with varying circumstances.