Below is a list of articles and resources for Honor Community Health patients relating to health and wellness in Oakland County and beyond. You can access our resource directory here.
We have a wide variety of resources to help you find housing. We recommend starting with the Community Housing Network, a one-stop shop with answers to housing questions for people facing a housing crisis, people with disabilities, and those who are homeless. You can also access their list of Subsidized and/or Affordable Housing in Oakland County.
Not sure of what you need? Contact our Homeless Care Coordinator, and they can connect you with services.
Human Trafficking Hotline: 888-3737-888
Michigan Assault Hotline: 1-800-NO-MEANS-NO
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
National Rape, Abuse, and Incest Network: 800-656-HOPE
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673
Oakland County PPO Office: 248-975-9511
Oakland County Sheriff’s Department/Central Dispatch: 248-858-5000
Stalking Resource Center: 800-394-2255
State-wide Family Violence Helpline: 800-996-6228
HAVEN – 24 hour crisis line: 248-323-4700
- Emergency shelter in Oakland County
Centro Multicultural LaFamila: 248-858-7800
35 W. Huron #500, Pontiac 48342
- Spanish language services for victims of abuse
- Mental health programs, counseling, child care referrals
Lighthouse of Oakland County: 248-920-6000 ext. 2200
- Self Sufficiency Program – free credit checks, assistance with budgets, increasing your credit score, resumes, and cover letters
MI Rehabilitation Services: 877-619-6654
- Training and job placement assistance for those with physical or mental disabilities
MI Works: 269-927-1799
To check status of DHS food assistance benefits: 888-642-7434
For questions about DHS food assistance benefits: 855-275-6424
Food Assistance Hotline – For help finding a food pantry, assistance in applying for SNAP benefits or referrals to other resources, call 1-888-544-8773.
St. Vincent de Paul – general assistance line: 877-788-4623
- Clothing, food, dental and utility assistance available
Forgotten Harvest drop-off sites: http://www.forgottenharvest.org/page.aspx?p=10
Gleaner’s Community Food Bank: 866-453-2637
Baldwin Center: 248-332-6101
Catholic Community Response Team: 248-499-9621
Need a New Refrigerator? DTE is partnering with local community organizations to give away qualifying customers new energy efficient refrigerators. See if you qualify.
Honor Community Health has staff available to help with referring to housing agencies, including our Homeless Care Coordinator. If you need assistance with housing resources, please contact our staff to help set up a referral.
Community Housing Network: 248-928-0111
If you are in need of a shelter, the following are in Oakland County:
Grace Centers of Hope: 248-334-2187 ext. 1123
35 E. Huron, Pontiac
- 30 day emergency shelter and 1 year life skills program
HOPE Warming Center: 248-499-7345
249 Baldwin Avenue, Pontiac
- Doors open @ 7PM – 7AM
South Oakland Shelter: 248-809-3773
18505 West 12 Mile Rd. Lathrup Village (between Evergreen & Southfield rd.)
- Call at 10AM for bed availability
- 30 – 90 day rotating shelter program
- Community food pantry and clothing closet also available
Honor Community Health provides a variety of translation options for patients. If you need an interpreter, Honor Community Health’s staff can ensure that someone is there to assist during your appointment. Call (248)724-7600 to set up translation services.
Honor Community Health provides help with transportation options for patients that need assistance getting to their appointments. This can include bus tickets or rides from different companies. Honor Community Health can also assist with making appointments with the Medicaid Health Plans. If you need assistance with transportation, call 248-724-7600.
Logisitcare/Medicaid Health Plan (MHP Transportation) – Non-emergency Medicaid transportation (NEMT) services for people living in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.
Smart ADA Application – SMART provides Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) service for people with disabilities.
American Cancer Society Transportation Program – American Cancer society offers free rides to and from treatment for people with cancer.
Many pharmacies throughout the community offer extremely low prices on many generic drugs, often starting as low as $4 for a 30 day supply. It is the consumer’s responsibility to verify prescription availability and costs.
Limited funds for prescription assistance for uninsured consumers.
You may be eligible for up to $50 in prescription assistance.
World Medical Relief
A nonprofit organization located in Southfield
WMR provides affordable prescriptions – $8.30 per script.
Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic (GBCHC)
GBCHC provides specific prescriptions at no-cost for uninsured patients.
45580 Woodward Avenue
Pontiac, MI 48341
3097 S. Baldwin
Orion, MI 48359
5111 Highland Rd
Waterford, MI 48327
2001 W Maple Rd
360 North Martin Luther King Blvd
Pontiac, MI 48342
1186 Baldwin Avenue
Pontiac, MI 48340
3 South Telegraph Road
Pontiac, MI 48341
3610 Marketplace Circle
Rochester Hills, MI
2400 S Telegraph Rd
Bloomfield Hills, MI
650 Brown Rd
Auburn Hills, MI
In the event that you lose decision-making ability, Honor Community Health suggests planning ahead to ensure all needs are taken care of ahead of time. For information on this, please follow the link below: