COVID-19 Resources

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Everyone has a role to play in preventing illness and staying healthy. The COVID-19 resources below can assist you to protect the health and safety of at-risk populations. Click on each link below for more information on each topic.

 


 

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Neighborhood COVID-19 Testing Sites

These sites offer a saliva-based test to detect COVID-19 infection. They follow the Best Practices for Accessibility at Michigan Testing Sites, as vetted by Governor Whitmer's Task Force on Racial Disparities. All testing sites offer:

  • No cost
  • No prescription needed
  • No ID or insurance required (bring insurance card if you are using your insurance)
  • Available to those who are asymptomatic
  • Advance registration by phone. Please note the links to register for each site are different (phone number is the same). 
  • ADA compliance
  • Language Interpreting Services available, including ASL

Click on the site name below for additional details:

 


 

Plain Language

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Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

 


 

Early Childhood

 


 

Older Adults

 


 

Direct Support Professionals (DSPs)

 


 

General Information

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  • COVID-19 Food Safety Tips
    • From Dr. Jeffrey VanWingen
    • Click on the above video icon to watch the video
  • Michigan COVID-19 Pandemic Resource Guide
    • A guide that provides information on how to access programs aimed at supporting Michiganders during the coronavirus outbreak.
    • From University of Michigan Poverty Solutions
  • Testing for COVID-19
    • From the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
 

 


 

COVID-19 Advocacy & Policy

 


 

Wellness

 


 

Workplace & Communities

 


 

Spanish Language Resources

 


 

Other Language Resources