Roseville’s Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team, better known as MCREST, has launched a $300,000 Returning Home campaign to better accommodate and enhance the support it provides to homeless children and families. The campaign will enable renovations to a Mount Clemens building that will offer temporary food, shelter, educational resources, job training, and job placement for up to 45 women and children at a time. MCREST has worked with more than 70 churches in Macomb County to offer a rotating solution for those experiencing homelessness. The organization also provides meals, lodging, life-skills training, housing assistance, job readiness training, and emergency shelter 365 days each year to Macomb County’s homeless population. Since 1988, MCREST has grown from a homeless day camp to a registered nonprofit organization that assists approximately 600 people each year.