Help protect yourself and others by washing your hands often, avoiding close contact with others, staying home when you are ill, covering coughs and sneezes, and cleaning and disinfect frequently touched surfaces as often as possible.
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, please separate yourself from other people, and then call your healthcare provider for medical advice. Here are some local areas hotlines.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Can answer health-related questions to COVID-19. The team can also direct residents, providers and more to find doctors and the right resources in their local communities and in other state government departments. The hotline will be open seven days a week from 8am to 5pm. Anyone in Michigan who doesn’t have a regular doctor, The hotline will be open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (888) 535-6136.
St. Joseph Mercy Health System/IHA
Patients should call your healthcare provider if you think you have developed symptoms. If you have questions or concern about finding a doctor and COVID-19, you can call (833) 247-1258.
Patients with questions about symptoms, home management or advice should call the Michigan Medicine COVID-19 hotline at (734) 763-6336.
GET OR GIVE HELP
With schools and so many area businesses closed, the need for assistance is greater than ever. Here are resources if you need help with things like food, bills, and finding doctors. If you would like to support area non-profits, individuals, seniors, families, and local businesses by donating money, volunteering, and donating blood, we have that info, too.
Hail To The Frontline Fundraiser
Funds from this campaign will go to support patient care, the wellness and care of those working on the frontlines and throughout the hospital and clinics, and to support research that is being done in our labs now and in the near future in the fight against Covid-19 and the preparedness for future pandemics.
If you need HELP, Call 2-1-1
A 24/7 hotline that can connect you to services in our community.
United Way of Washtenaw County
Get help with various necessities and services or give, donate, and volunteer.
Get food assistance or give, donate, and volunteer.
Healthy blood donors are in high demand.
Underground Printing Hospitality Fundraiser
100% of net proceeds from each sale will go directly toward participating service-based businesses to aid in financial relief for their employees.
A fund to address the current needs of Michigan based musical artists whose incomes are being adversely impacted by the cancellation of concerts, events, and larger gatherings.
Serving SE Michigan.
Creative Washtenaw Aid 2020 Donation
The Arts Alliance is collecting donations for artists and arts, and creative organizations adversely impaired by COVID-19.
Area food banks and feeding America organizations, providing surplus, donated and low cost food and personal care items to people-in-need in Livingston County as well as other services to the community.
Serving Lenawee County.
Asking the community to donate gear to protect health care workers and patients.
Your favorite Michigan shop or restaurant could close forever. Help save it.
Care packages to be sent to nurses in the Detroit metro area and nationally.
2|42 Church is mobilizing volunteers to safely bring help and hope to our communities.
Please note that meals are available for any child under 18 (or up to 26 if enrolled in special education programming), not just those eligible for free or reduced-price meals.
Click HERE for school meal sites for districts across Michigan
HELP PROVIDE FOOD
Volunteer and donate to Food Gatherers.
Help assemble pre-packed meal bags to provide ready-to-eat food to our community.
Financial donations provide Food Gatherers the most flexibility to best respond to emerging needs.
Food Gatherers is accepting food donations during their regularly scheduled hours.
Food Gatherers volunteer needs may shift to meet emerging needs. Check for updates and sign up for open shifts.
If you know someone who needs food, please refer them to the Food Gatherers website, www.foodgatherers.org/needfood or have them call (734)-761-2796.
WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER
In an effort to help our community, we are committed to keeping this information up to date, and we will be adding more as it comes to us. If there is something you feel we should add to this page, please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org