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Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) has completed the Detroit Healthy Housing Center (DHHC) construction, set to provide access to care for vulnerable populations. The facility is the first of its kind in the state, providing emergency shelter to 56 adults and 17 beds for homeless individuals to receive continuing care post-hospitalization.

The 22,000-square-foot facility is the second and final phase of NSO’s Healthy Housing Campus. The completed $22 million project includes the Clay Apartments, which offers 42 units for adults who need permanent housing. DHHC houses the 360 Neighborhood Wellness Center, Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) – which will offer primary care in partnership with CHASS Center, behavioral health, and dental services. DHHC will provide supportive services to the surrounding neighborhoods with a pharmacy in partnership with Genoa Healthcare– open to the public and other on-site services, including job readiness training and an industrial community kitchen.

The Detroit Healthy Housing Center offers transformative health and social services for its residents and community.

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Our Mission
We facilitate dreams by promoting equity for all, using innovative solutions to bridge gaps in housing, health, and well-being. 

Neighborhood Service Organization’s (NSO) compassionate and professional staff provides services that have impacted countless children, youth, adults, seniors, families, and communities since 1955.  We deliver holistic care and wraparound/safety net services to address social determinants impacting health, education and economic stability.  


NSO’s empowering programs and services provide assistance for: older adults with mental illness; children, youth, and adults with developmental disabilities; homeless recovery services; housing development; community outreach for psychiatric emergencies; and volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, and organizations.