Don’t miss this once a year free event! Neighbors Helping Neighbors, (previously Project Homeless Connect) is scheduled for November 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lapeer Center Building at 425 County Center Street in Lapeer. Persons who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, are invited to attend this free event. No registration required.
Approximately 50 different agencies and vendors will be available with resources, information and applications for their services, to assist on the spot. Help with housing, employment, veteran services, senior services, mental health services, etc. will be available.
Lunch will be served, and a box of food will be given to each participant. Other free services include free haircuts, winter clothing, and personal care items. All services are on a first come first serve basis and supplies are limited. Greater Lapeer Transportation Authority will transport anyone to the event who lives within the Lapeer City limits for free with a 24-hour notice. If you are a veteran, have honorable discharge papers, and live in the outlying areas of the county you can apply for free transportation under the Vets to Wellness program. GLTA must have 24 hours advance notice and veterans will need to preauthorize their transportation. Call GLTA at 810-664-4566 for more information or to set up your appointment.
If you would like to volunteer for this event call Ron at 810-338-2755. To make cash donations call Love INC at 810-245-2414. To donate personal care items such as deodorant, toothbrushes and toothpaste, baby diapers, and other household paper items, please contact New To You consignment store at 810-245-7272. If you have winter clothes you would like to donate please drop off at the New To You consignment store at 286 W. Nepessing St., in downtown Lapeer and use the account name Neighbors Helping Neighbors.
Together we hope to eliminate homelessness in our community. For more information, our website is or visit us on Facebook.

—Connie Adelsburg
Communications Assistant
Lapeer County Community Mental Health