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Macomb Community Action
Health and Community Services
21885 Dunham Road, Suite 10, Clinton Township, MI 48036
(586) 469-6999

Housing Services

Macomb County's Human Services Coordinating Body (HSCB), in partnership with county officials, today launched MATRIX (Macomb's Access to Resource Information Xpress), a resource designed to link Macomb residents to health and human services. The program features a digital questionnaire that helps indicate residents' needs and immediately link them to county departments providing those services.

The Macomb Community Action Accessibility Program is a one-time, grant-funded program designed to make site-built residential homes in Macomb County more accessible to residents in need.

Assists Macomb County seniors and adults with disabilities with grass cutting and snow removal.

Macomb Community Action Centers offer services for rent, mortgage, utilities, home fuel oil, food and tax preparation to income eligible individuals and families.

A program designed to assist with fall prevention in the home by providing a safety assessment and installation of recommended devices.

A block grant program specifically for housing that is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The HOME Program allows for the repair and development of housing.

Assists eligible homeowners with repairs to achieve decent, safe and sanitary affordable housing as defined by Macomb County Housing Rehabilitation Standards.

A matched savings program for first time home-buyers in Macomb County.

The Macomb Community Action Minor Home Repair Program is currently serving eligible residents of Armada Township, Armada Village, Mount Clemens, New Haven, Ray Township, Shelby Township, and Washington Township only. To qualify, you must be income eligible, be the owner-occupant of your residence, and meet one of the following criteria; (1) senior citizen age 60 or older; (2) severely disabled; or (3) mobile home owner-occupant.

Installation of energy saving items designed to make a home more energy efficient.