State of Michigan Government Resources  -  Financial, Food, Housing, and Health Assistance
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services CoronaVirus Health Hotline: 1-888-535-6136
For answers to health questions about the pandemic.
General Michigan Resident Coronavirus Guide
Instructions in multiple languages about how to avoid spreading the Coronavirus, with special information for older adults. 


MI Bridges - Michigan Department of Health and Services Portal 

For Finding Resources, Applying for Benefits, and Managing Benefits you already receive. 


Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity Assistance

Includes links to Mental Health Support, Expanded Unemployment Eligibility, Food Aid Maps, Waivers of SNAP Work Requirements, Housing and Homeless Resources, Utility Shut-Off Help, resources specific to Mid-Michigan, Southeast Michigan, and the Upper Peninsula, and more.


Stay Home, Stay Safe Employees Rights

Provides information about workers rights during the Stay Home, Stay Safe Executive Order.

  • To report workplace violations of the Stay Home, Stay Safe order, call your local police department at their non-emergency number.


Non-Profit Resources  -  Financial, Food, Housing, Health, Immigration, and Workers Rights Assistance


Michigan 211 

Platform for finding help with food, housing, bills, primary care doctors,

or crisis and disaster support.

  • Dial 2-1-1 or 844-875-9211

  • OR text your zip code to 898211


Michigan Immigrant Rights Center - Coronavirus Resource Guides for Immigrants 

Provides immigration legal services and immigrant-specific information about the Coronavirus. 

  • Questions about your immigration case:  (734) 239-6863 

  • Farmworker and Immigrant Worker Rights Hotline:  1-800-968-4046

Michigan Legal Help Coronavirus Self-Help Guides and Chat

Information about unemployment and stimulus information, vehicle and driver's license extension information, Information about parenting time, how to avoid scams, MDHHS assistance, Utility information, how COVID-19 might impact different legal situations, income tax information. 


Salvation Army

Help with food & essential items, cash assistance, spiritual guidance, mental health, alcoholism, and drug use. 


Mental Health & Suicide Prevention: SAMHSA’s Disaster Distress Helpline  1-800-985-5990

Connect with a trained crisis counselor, 24/7. Spanish-speakers can call the hotline and press “2” for 24/7 bilingual support. Offers support in over 100 other languages via 3rd-party interpretation services. 

  • Text “TalkWithUs” for English or “Hablanos” for Spanish to 66746. 


Addiction/Recovery Resources through University of Michigan’s Department of Psychology

For 24/7 Crisis hotlines, guidance for people who use substances, online recovery meetings, recovery support apps, and educational resources.


Michigan’s Sexual Assault Hotline:  855-VOICES4 

Provides 24/7, free, confidential and anonymous support to survivors of sexual assault, their family, and friends.


National Center on Elder Abuse

Provides resources for reporting elder abuse, locating elder care, a current list of scams impacting the elderly and resources for families and elderly experiencing abuse.


HUD Website Help for Homeowners during the Coronavirus

Provides information for homeowners and people with mortgages.

Michigan United

We are a coalition of labor, business, social service and civil rights members all across Michigan, fighting for the rights of homeowners, renters, immigrant families and students.

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