WYANDOTTE, MI – The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries official grand opening of its Wyandotte site located at 1167 Maple is scheduled for Thursday, March 9, 2023 from 5pm-7pm. The event will include a program featuring local officials, community partners, and DRMM leadership, networking and reception. The winner of the new location’s naming contest will also be announced.

The center will be a community hub, helping with food, clothing, and hygiene items, resources for the Wyandotte schools including supplies for teachers and students. Additionally, the center will serve as a referral source treatment, shelter or mental health support. Unlike other DRMM locations, the center will not offer housing.

“The Detroit Rescue Mission is excited to officially open our Wyandotte center and begin our work in the downriver area.” said President and CEO, Dr. Chad Audi. “We have hosted a few community events in the area, but we are now ready to welcome the residents of Wyandotte and the surrounding areas into our downriver home that will service as a community center. We have been looking forward to this expansion for a very long time.”

Community partners of the new location include the Wyandotte Police Department and Fire Departments, Wyandotte High School, and Community Choice Credit Union. More information on the recovery support services and school -based health clinic being offered to Wyandotte High School will also be unveiled during the program portion of the grand opening.
The grand opening will be held Thursday, March 9th from 5pm-7pm with the program being from 5pm-6pm and the reception and networking being held from 6pm-7pm. Guests are encouraged to RSVP by at DRMMWYANOPENING.
For more information or media inquiries contact Chiara C. Clayton, Public Relations Manager at 313-993-4700 ext. 4707 or at

For more information on the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries and their services, visit or call 313.993.4700.


The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries is a 114-year old, Christian faith-based mission with the goal of easing the burden of homelessness, addiction, chronic unemployment, mental health struggles, and other situations through treatment, housing and various levels of support and engagement.

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