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Resident Resources during COVID-19

The purpose of this page is to provide resources for residents of Northeast Michigan during the COVID-19 pandemic. This page is under development.

Find your local health department!

Find which health department serves your area and access the latest information. 

State of Michigan Official COVID-19 Information

www.michigan.gov/coronavirus - Visit this page to find valuable resources for employers, workers, residents and communities and stay informed on Michigan’s latest efforts to mitigate the impact of the virus on our state’s residents and economy.

CARES Act and Covid-19 Quick Reference Guide

Public Health Guidelines

Social Distancing Guidelines

COVID-19 Testing

Work Search & Readiness

Unemployment Information

Unemployment Videos (to help file a claim) - The UIA has a series of how-to videos to help navigate the unemployment system and assist you with filing a claim. Keep in mind, it's best to apply online during non-peak hours, between 8 pm to 8 am. The 24-hour website operates faster when fewer people are on the site. Visit Michigan.gov/UIA to get started. 
Dislocated Worker Video - State and local resources for workers who have been laid off or placed on a temporary leave from employment due to COVID-19 are highlighted in this video.

Relief Resources

Government Support

Find Childcare (Help Me Grow) - coming soon
Supportive Services (Utilities, Housing) - coming soon

Non-Profit/Foundation Support

Information coming soon.

Mental Health Access

Northeast Michigan Community Mental Health

Michigan Department of Health & Human Services

School Closures & Openings

Information coming soon


3/18/20 - LANSING, MICH. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced that MDHHS will close its lobbies to visits from the public, except for more...
To mitigate the COVID-19 outbreak, the Unemployment Insurance Agency and Michigan Works! Agencies are strongly urging workers to avoid visiting their statewide offices and utilize user-friendly online resources for unemployment assistance. more...
Michigan companies have an immediate need to fill thousands of critical vacancies to support work during the COVID-19 outbreak, including those in logistics, healthcare, manufacturing and agribusiness industries. The State of more...
As of 3/18/20, for UIA clients Registering to Work, the in-person work registration is temporarily suspended for all claimants. 
At Michigan Works! Northeast Consortium, the safety of our customers and staff remains our top priority. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and have been implementing additional disinfectant procedures at more...