Capuchin Soup Kitchen - Detroit, Michigan

Services Center

Services Center

6333 Medbury St
Detroit, MI 48211

To donate:  313-925-1370

For food, clothing assistance, and general information:  313.925-0514

Volunteering Opportunities:
Conner Kitchen/Services Center –
Roy Hoelscher rhoelscher@cskdetroit.org 
313.822.8606 ext 10

Meldrum Kitchen – Rita Johnson rjohnson@cskdetroit.org  313.579.2100 ext 213

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Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Please note: Our Saturday summer hours are now in effect.
  June 6, 2015 – Open
  June 13, 2015 – Closed
  June 20, 2015 – Open
  June 27, 2015 - Closed

  July 4, 2015 – Closed
  July 11, 2015- Open
  July 18, 2015- Closed
  July 25, 2015 - Open
 
  August 1, 2015 – Open
  August 8, 2015 – Closed
  August 15, 2015 – Open
  August 22, 2015 – Closed
  August 29, 2015 – Open

  September 5 – Closed for Labor Day
  September 12  – Regular Sat.hours resume

 

Located near I-94 and Mt. Elliott

 

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The Capuchin Services Center serves as the distribution site for appliances and furniture for families reestablishing households after a fire or  a stay in a shelter, and emergency food and clothing for anyone in need. There are no geographic eligibility criteria; however, all recipients of service are interviewed by an emergency assistance worker.  Identification must be provided for all individuals for whom assistance is requested. Families are eligible for food assistance every thirty days, and receive sufficient food to feed a family of four for a week. A typical food package contains ten pounds of meat, canned and boxed dry goods, fresh produce and fruit.

Case management services are provided by degreed social workers, and support groups are offered for mothers and grandparents raising grandchildren.

Donations of food, clothing and appliances and furniture in good condition are gratefully accepted.

 

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Patrice - Guest

Patrice helps out her neighbors with the free bread from the Capuchin Services Center.

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