Helping you find the most affordable options on and off campus.
Cass Corridor Neighborhood Development Corporation (CCNDC): Provides the rehabilitation and building of decent, safe and affordable housing; promotes economic opportunities for community residents; and fosters a spirit of community and mutual support in the neighborhood.
Consumers Energy: Consumers Affordable Resource for Energy (CARE) Program: CARE is a two-year affordable payment plan that helps you stay on top of your energy bills. As a CARE member, you will receive a portion of your monthly bill will be paid by the program and any past due balance you might have will be gradually forgiven as a reward for on time payments. As a CARE member, you may also be eligible to receive no-cost, in-home energy efficiency upgrades to help reduce you energy costs through our Helping Neighbors Program. To learn more, call 877-448-9433 or visit ConsumersHelpingNeighbors.com
Detroit Housing Commission (DHC): Information about DHC's many housing programs and affordable housing developments, services to our customers, and contact information. They provide quality affordable housing in a safe living environment for low and moderate- income persons throughout the Detroit Metropolitan area.
DTE: Payment plan for students who have services through DTE. DTE Energy works with government agencies and community organizations to bring energy and payment assistance to low-income residents. If you are behind on your energy bill, please contact them at 800.477.4747 before your service is subject to shutoff. They will work with you to set up a payment plan or advise you of assistance agencies in your area.
Neighborhood Legal Services - Housing Advocacy Center: NLSM provides financial assistance, housing relocation and stabilization services.
Rent-Controlled Units: Affordable housing near campus.
Southwest Solutions: Offers a broad range of community support programs.
THAW: The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW) mas multiple utility assistance programs available.
United Way Emergency Housing Resources: Links to organizations that provide counseling and financial support.
WSU Academica: Post to Academic if you need to find a living space or roommates. Also, pay attention to posts on Academica when you are in search of a living space.
WSU Community Living Guide: Comprehensive guide to living in the dorms.