COTS seeks to focus on families | Crain’s Detroit Business

Every child deserves a home.

When the Coalition on Temporary Shelter opened in the Detroit neighborhood formerly known as the Cass Corridor 30 years ago, most of the people coming for emergency housing were single men.

But a growing number of families are making their way to the shelter, now a part of the booming area called Midtown, forced by the housing market bust and ensuing recession. 

It’s not out of the ordinary to see single mothers with children and married couples with and without children going to the shelter for help. 

COTS seeks to focus on families | Crain’s Detroit Business.

Give this holiday to my charity of choice, the Coalition on Temporary Shelter


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