The MIchigan Department of Health and Human Services offers many assistance programs for individuals in need such as: Medical, Food Assistance, Cash Assistance, Child Daycare, State Emergency Relief, Children’s Services, Adult Services and Foster Parenting.
MSU Extension provides tools to help parents and caregivers get children ready for school and promote social and emotional health in young children.
The Michigan Poison & Drug Information Center is the only nationally accredited poison control center serving all residents in the state of Michigan. Specialists in Poison Information can be reached around the clock and every day of the year by calling 1-800-222-1222. Board-certified clinical toxicologists are available to consult with healthcare providers caring for poisoned patients who are being cared for in medical facilities in Michigan. Community education outreach services and resources are available by request on our website or by calling the Poison Helpline.
PTA is the oldest and largest child advocacy association in America, comprised of over 24,000 local PTAs and nearly 4 million members. As part of this nationwide network, parents have a voice in decisions that impact children in their individual schools, and at the district, state and national levels.
PTA’s mission is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.
I provide holistic health services using the principles of homeopathy to facilitate health and wellness for individuals and families since 2005. Licensed and board-certified practitioner.
MSU Extension provides educational programs for parents, caregivers, and professionals.
Joel Hoepfner has worked in the behavioral health field for over 18 years & beyond his supervisory role at CMHA-CEI as Prevention & Outreach Coordinator, he is a contracted training consultant for MDHHS & Prevention Network providing a variety of annual trainings to the behavioral health workforce. Joel has a long history of providing leadership, direction, & individualized technical assistance along with state, community & agency wide trainings, workshops, & webinars on a multitude of topics for diverse audiences.
This Michigan Child Protection Registry is a do-not-contact service that families can easily and quickly sign up for at www.ProtectMIChild.com in order to keep their children safe while on their devices at school and at home. This Registry, which is administered through Michigan’s Secretary of State office, is a free program to stop adult advertisements from reaching our kids through e-mail, text, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram. This Registry is an excellent resource for making sure our kids aren’t being served ads for alcohol, tobacco/vaping, online gambling, pornography or marijuana.
MICARES guides and supports providers through the Practice Pathway program for the Addiction Medicine sub-specialty and develop addiction medicine didactics for UME & CME.
Jamie Daniels Foundation grants funds to support community partners that provide programs, resources, and solutions that address the ongoing drug epidemic in our country. The foundation also advocates for legislative change as it relates to drug use and prescribing. Our primary focus is on children, young adults (up to age 24), and their families who are battling Substance Use Disorder through three key initiatives: Prevention, Recovery, and Stigma Reduction.
Prevention Network is a statewide not-for-profit that aims to cultivate healthy communities across Michigan through prevention resources, technical assistance, and support. Prevention Network has provided support to individuals, grassroots groups, coalitions, and larger agencies across all 83 Michigan counties on substance misuse prevention since 1984. We strive to bridge the gap between research and practice for enhanced effectiveness of local prevention efforts.
The work of the MDHHS Tobacco Section is guided by the five goals of the Tobacco Section Strategic Plan: identify and eliminate tobacco-related health disparities; eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke; promote tobacco treatment (cessation) among adults and youth; prevent initiation among youth and young adults; and expand and stabilize tobacco control infrastructure and funding.