Letter and resources

Dear Community Partners,

We wanted to update you on the activities at the Flint Registry.

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Flint Registry team is working remotely, and we have suspended in-person enrollments and community events. We are trying to do our part to STAY HOME. STAY SAFE. SAVE LIVES.

The fastest and most common way to enroll in the Flint Registry is online. Online and phone enrollments are still available, as is the increased “$50 THANK YOU” checks until further notice. Checks are still being mailed within 8-12 weeks. You can also engage with us on social media, email (flintregistry@hc.msu.edu), our website flintregistry.org, and our individual and collective network of partners. Please follow and share the Flint Registry’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.

During this COVID-19 crisis, the work of the Flint Registry is critically important to help individuals get connected. We are encouraging all community partners to use this time to start and complete their Flint Registry survey. This is also a good time to continue doing outreach over the phone, share Flint Registry information, and engage the general public in completing the survey process. Many people are needing support during this time and it is a good time to make sure that people are connected to the Flint Registry and other resources available in our community.

For COVID-19 Resources

  • MI COVID-19 Hotline 1-888-535-6136 michigan.gov/coronavirus
  • Genesee County COVID-19 Hotline (810) 424-4443
  • Sheriff’s Office – Community Care Task Force (810)-257-3422
  • Childcare Ages 0-12 for essential workers 810-591-KIDS
  • City of Flint Health Navigators 810-410-2020 www.cityofflint.com/covid-19

Resources for Flint Residents (DOCX)

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