Capuchin Soup Kitchen - Detroit, Michigan

Children's Program
On the Rise Bakery
Earthworks Urban Farm

Programs

Since its founding in 1929, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen has served Metro Detroit by providing food, clothing and nourishment for the soul and spirit. True to our Franciscan heritage, when a need has been uncovered, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen has responded to that need. Below are listed our current programs.

Meal Program

Meal Program

The Capuchin Soup Kitchen's Meldrum Street and Conner Avenue dining room sites serve free, nutritious meals each weekday (and Saturdays as well at Conner) to anyone desiring to eat. Learn more

Substance Abuse Services

Substance Abuse Services

Jefferson House offers substance abuse treatment and a “new start in life” to indigent men seeking recovery from addiction. Learn more

Earthworks Urban Farm

Earthworks Urban Farm

Earthworks Urban Farm seeks to promote sustainable agricultural practices, nutrition and care for the Earth. It is a working study in social justice, as well as in being more connected to the food we eat. Learn more

On the Rise Bakery

On the Rise Bakery

The bakery ministry is designed to assist individuals "re-entering" society after bouts of incarceration or substance abuse. The bakers learn a marketable skill while continuing to become men of greater integrity. Learn more

Children's Program

Children’s Program

By means of tutoring and art therapy sessions, a garden club, fieldtrips,and nutrition activities, the Rosa Parks Children and Youth Program offers enrichment programs for children ages 6-14. Learn more

Services Center

Services Center

The Capuchin Services Center distributes (at no cost) food and clothing to people in need, as well as furniture and appliances to families following a stay in an emergency shelter, or who have suffered a household fire. Learn more