Youth Group Supports Covenant House
At a recent Youth Group meeting the North Hills teens made 60+ lollipop valentines which were sent to the youth
currently staying at Covenant House of Detroit.
Covenant House Michigan is a sanctuary for young people who have nowhere to go. Kids who come to Covenant
House have been abused and neglected,have slept on friends' couches or in abandoned buildings. These kids
have been forgotten by those who are supposed to care about them the most.
Covenant House Michigan is a faithbased nonprofit organization that provides hope to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 13-22.
They provide shelter, educational and vocational programs, as well as other
support services, to help overcome hurdles such as homelessness, unemployment, inadequate
education, violence, drugs and gangs. Their goal is to redirect them onto a path toward
meaningful and successful adulthood.
CHM has come to be known by Detroit area young people as a place they can go to
build a better future and be treated with respect and unconditional love. Over 54,785 youth
have been served by CHM since its inception in September 1997.