1. Poverty Solutions issues COVID-19 resource guide for Michiganders

    Mark Rivett posted March 31, 2020

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    A new Michigan COVID-19 Pandemic Resource Guide provides information on how to access various resources aimed at supporting Michiganders through the coronavirus pandemic and related economic slowdown.

    Poverty Solutions, a U-M initiative aimed at preventing and alleviating poverty, compiled the Michigan COVID-19 Pandemic Resource Guide to help people make sense of the new resources becoming available as a result of the rapidly changing federal, state and local responses to the coronavirus outbreak.

    H Luke Shaefer Director Poverty Solutions

    H Luke Shaefer Director Poverty Solutions

    “Responses to the coronavirus outbreak need to focus on taking care of our most vulnerable populations,” Shaefer said. “More needs are arising as this public health emergency continues and more and more consequences emerge.”

    Poverty Solutions faculty experts and staff have been active in advising on the economic response to the current crisis.

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  2. Michigan Public Health Experts Coronavirus Information and Updates

    Mark Rivett posted March 24, 2020

    Part of our work at Michigan Public Health is to protect health and health care systems while minimizing the spread of disease. As COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, continues to spread we are sharing these resources from faculty at the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

    Here is a current list of informational articles featuring Michigan Public Health experts. We encourage you to read and share these resources as broadly as you are able throughout your networks.


  3. United Way COVID-19 Community Relief Fund

    Mark Rivett posted

    Donate to the COVID-19 Community Relief Fund and 100% of your gift will be used to help agencies meet the needs of vulnerable populations. Donor Advised Fund managers are encouraging release of funds to support agencies responding to the COVID-19 crisis. Ways to give include online, stock, DAF, and mailing in a check payable to United Way of Washtenaw County at 2305 Platt Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.


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