THE NOAH Project's mission is to empower low-income and homeless Detroiters to achieve stability by being a first step to self-sufficiency.
The NOAH Project operates a Community Center in downtown Detroit for people living on the streets. Offering lunch four days a week, one-on-one social services, physical health counseling, empowerment-based programming, and emergency needs, we strive to build a family support system for those who come to us. We believe that change comes through positive, trusting relationships. At NOAH, we support individuals by developing trusting relationships founded upon acceptance — acceptance of who that person is. When acceptance is combined with compassion and honesty, it builds trust. By creating an environment founded on trusting relationships, we develop a family for people so they have the support necessary to change and grow.
We build all of our services on our mission and core values:
- Welcome all people with hospitality, recognize their dignity, and practice acceptance
- Build long-term trusting relationships
- Provide patient, holistic care
- Support personal growth through empowerment
AND IT ALL STARTS WITH A SIMPLE MEAL, WHICH YOUR DONATION CAN PROVIDE!