Community Resources

Low Income Housing Resources Lansing MI

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Many organizations serve the families of the Lansing Housing Commission jurisdiction, providing housing resources, emergency assistance, educational programs and more. The following list of organizations is offered only as an information resource.

Personal Services and Support

Advent House Ministries

Capital Area Community Services:

Capital Area United Way:

American Red Cross (Mid Michigan Chapter)

Christian Services of Greater Lansing


Salvation Army:

St. Vincents Catholic Charities:

Tri-County Office on Aging:

Volunteers of America of Michigan:

Children & Family Support

Capital Area Child and Family Services:

Big Brothers/Big Sisters- Capital Region:

Boys and Girls Club of Lansing:

Great Schools:

Food Security

Meals on Wheels:

Greater Lansing Food Bank:

Food Movers:
Food Resource Assistance Lines
517-899-9457 & 517-898-3165

Medical Support

Carefree Medical Inc.

Community Mental Health:

Davies Project for Mid-Michigan Children:


Personal Services and Support

Cristo Rey Community Center:

Eastside Community Action Center


Public Services – Utilities, Power, Water

Board of Water and Light:

Consumers Energy:

Michigan Public Service Commission

Capital Area Housing Partnership:

City of Lansing Code Compliance:

Personal Development

Veteran Services

Legal Services

Legal Services of South-Central Michigan:

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Primary Communities Served






Grand Ledge


East Lansing


Greater Lansing Area