23 East Adams | Detroit, MI 48226

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The mission of the NOAH Project is to empower low income and homeless Detroiters to achieve stability by serving as the first step on the journey to self sufficiency.



Bag Lunch Program

Offered Monday through Thursday, the Bag Lunch Program has served the downtown Detroit community for over 40 years.

A Community Center For All

A place for people to build community, gain skills, and grow, the programming of the NOAH Community Center transforms lives. Learn how!

Partners on the Journey

Learn about how NOAH's Social Services empower people to achieve self-sufficiency!

Join the Family!

Become part of the NOAH Family by volunteering, donating, or advocating! Learn how!

Volunteer Spotlight

With school out for summer, NOAH has been swamped with volunteer groups! Chelsea reflects on the importance of these volunteers.

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Client Spotlight

Facing homelessness, dialysis, and hopelessness, Jacob turned to NOAH. Read his story.

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Recent Updates

The NOAH Project on Facebook

Thanks to our partnership with Covenant Community Care, Inc. 24 clients have gotten their teeth cleaned and assessments completed in the last two days, and we have one more day left!

Today Gwendolyn, who had not seen a dentist since 2004 was one of those people. When asked how things went she responded with, "She was beautiful. I most feared the dentist from some bad previous encounters, but she cleared my fears. I feel great!"

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Do you or your friends have travel size hygiene items laying around the house? Our hygiene closet is looking really bare, and we would love to take them off your hands. Right now we are in need of shampoo, conditioner, soap/body wash, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, and lotion.

Email Chelsea cspyres@noahprojectdetroit.org if you have questions about drop off times or need us to make a flyer to advertise at your church/business.

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What's it take to get a birth certificate from the US Virgin Islands? It took some research and a special stamp from the Post Office, but we figured it out. And now Kyla can get her ID and apply for housing! ...

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