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Statewide and Community
Covid-19 Resources

As our families and communities continue to struggle with the effects of COVID-19, there is resource assistance to help all of our residents. If you or a loved one need help with or have any questions about the new filing process for unemployment in Michigan, please click here.

If you have symptoms or health questions, please call the Oakland County Nurse on Call program at 800-848-5533 to speak with someone who can address your questions. For a more comprehensive list of COVID-19 information in Oakland County, please visit oakgov.com/covid.

Covid-19 Resources

Messages from Dr. Randy Bruce

Dr. Randy Bruce offers tips on managing anxiety such as setting a schedule for each day or starting a home project. He also has helpful insights on how to talk to your children about COVID, as well as information on health care resources available to you.

Healthcare Resources – COVID-19

Talking to Your Children About COVID

Managing Anxiety During COVID-19

Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency

Do you or a loved one need help with unemployment assistance or have questions about the new filing process for unemployment in Michigan? The Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency provides guidance on how to file a claim for unemployment benefits, Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), and more.

Filing a Claim for Unemployment Benefits

How to File a Claim

How to File for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)

Pandemic Unemployment Assistance for those who have been denied benefits

How to Set up a MiWAM! Account

Unemployment Insurance Agency Director Steve Gray Question and Answer

How to Claim Your Weeks of Unemployment Benefits

Oakland County COVID-19 Resources

If you have symptoms or health questions, please call the Oakland County Nurse on Call program at 800-848-5533 to speak with someone who can address your questions. For a comprehensive list of COVID-19 information in Oakland County, please click here.

CARES of Farmington Hills

CARES of Farmington Hills provides food to residents of Farmington and Farmington Hills and surrounding cities. Temporary hours of operation are by appointment only on Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm. For more information, call 248-474-8231.

PantryNet

Finding a list of food pantries in your area is as easy as visiting PantryNet and putting in your zip code! Keep in mind, most food pantries have changed their hours and service offerings—be sure to contact them before venturing out.

United Way

Call 211 or visit mi211.org to get assistance from United Way with finding a food pantry in your area. United Way is also a great resource for other needs that you may have.

Gleaners Food Bank

Be sure to check the Gleaner Food Bank website or call 866-GLEANER (453-2637) for weekly updates regarding new drive-thru food distribution sites.

School Distributions

The Michigan Department of Education’s Summer Food Service Program ensures that children in lower-income areas continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. For more information, click here.

Michigan Bridge Card

Michigan Bridge Cards are available for households that have a low-income level. For more information on qualifying for a Michigan Bridge Card, click here.

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