Housing Assessment Program (HAP)
The Housing Assessment Program (HAP) is Kent County’s central intake for persons who are currently homeless or at immediate risk of homelessness.
HAP provides a consistent assessment and referrals to available housing resources in the community, as programs’ eligibility and availability allows.
To complete an assessment call 616.454.5840 & select option 2 or come in during walk-in hours Wednesday 11-3:30pm at 1120 Monroe Suite 250. For general inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please have the following information available to complete an assessment:
- Last 4 digits of Social Security Number for all household members
- Documentation of homelessness
The Housing Assessment Program is open weekdays from 8:30-noon and 1:00pm-4:30pm. Walk-in hours are Wednesday from 11-3:30pm.
If you are currently facing foreclosure, please contact Home Repair Services at 616.241.2601.
If you are homeless due to domestic violence and seeking immediate safety from an intimate partner, please contact YWCA at 616.451.2744
If you are a youth under the age of 18 currently experiencing homelessness, please contact Arbor Circle at 616.456.8010
If you are seeking utility assistance, please contact United Way 2-1-1 to be directed to available resources at 1.800.887.1107
If you are experiencing homelessness and have school age children, please see the following links for information about available resources.
If you are in need of affordable housing, please see the following resources:
Housing Support Services
The Salvation Army Social Services also provides short-term support for persons through Housing Resource Specialists. These specialists provide consistent service in helping households to maintain or find housing using a community-driven, strength-based, case-management model. These programs receive all their referrals through HAP.
Jameela Maun, HAP Coordinator
p: 616.454.5840 ext. 3006
Lauren Baker, Housing Services Supervisor
p: 616.454.5840 ext. 3001
If you are currently in a housing crisis, please contact HAP at 616.454.5840 and select option 2.