Tri-County Wellness Resources

Health

Is anyone in your household experiencing health-related issues (COVID-19 or otherwise)?

External LinkCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
External LinkBarry Eaton District Health Department
External LinkIngham Health Department: Ingham County Health Department Hotline: 517-887-4517
External LinkMid-Michigan District Health Department (Clinton County)
External LinkEaton Rapids Medical Center
External LinkMcLaren Greater Lansing
External LinkSparrow Hospital Lansing
External LinkSparrow Eaton Hospital
External LinkSparrow Clinton Hospital

How to protect yourself from COVID-19:

External LinkCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
External LinkState of Michigan
External LinkCOVID-19 Preparation Checklist

How to get information about COVID-19 in multiple languages:

External LinkRDC - Coronavirus: The Refugee Development Center offers audio announcements about COVID-19 in multiple languages.

Where to get a COVID-19 test:

External LinkCOVID-19 Test Finder 
External LinkTesting Guidelines

Frequently Asked COVID-19 Health Questions

External LinkState of Michigan 
External LinkCenters for Disease Control and Prevention

Is your household dealing with the loss of a family member?

External LinkSupporting Grieving Children and Teens
External LinkEle’s Place COVID-19 Resources for Children and Teens
External LinkNational Alliance for Grieving Children: Responding to Change and Loss Toolkit

Do you need help talking to kids about COVID-19?

External LinkChild Mind Institute: Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus
External LinkU of M: Talking to Kids about Coronavirus
External LinkLego Social Story about Coronavirus
External LinkExplaining Coronavirus to Kids with Autism
External LinkHelping Children Cope from Changes Related to COVID-19

Is anyone in your home in need of mental health supports?

If you are thinking about harming yourself, please get help now and call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room

External LinkNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline available 24/7. 1-800-273-8255
External LinkSAMSHA Disaster Distress Helpline FREE 24/7 counseling & support: 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746
External LinkClinton Eaton Ingham Community Mental Health 24/7 Crisis Line: Toll Free: 800-372-8460  Local: 517-346-8460 TTY: 517-267-7623
External LinkCEI-CMH has also developed a COVID-19 Support Line: Monday-Friday, from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Call (517) 237-7100.
External LinkNational Domestic Violence Hotline: Call 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224
External LinkMental Health and Coping During COVID-19
External LinkTips for Supporting Student Wellness at Home During COVID-19

Is anyone in your house struggling with stress or anxiety?

External LinkMind Yeti for Children
External LinkFree Headspace App
External LinkSmiling Mind Free App
External LinkMindful.org 
External LinkAnxiety Workbook for Teens
External LinkClinton Eaton Ingham Community Mental Health

Do you need help supporting a student with autism?

External LinkCEI Community Mental Health Autism Services
External LinkThe Autism Educator
External LinkOnline toolkit for those supporting a student with autism during COVID-19

Family Support

Are you, or other family members in your household, working remotely while also providing care for your children? 

External LinkThe Capital Area United Way Emergency Relief Fund: please dial 2-1-1 (or 866-561-2500) 
External LinkMI Bridges - Child Development and Care

Food Assistance

Is your family in need of food assistance?

State Food Assistance and Double Up Food Bucks have adapted to greater purchasing capacity per visit needed during the pandemic.

Free lunch programs are still available through many schools. Contact your local food service provider at your school.

Contact food pantries to see updated opening/closings and policies before going.

External LinkState Food Assistance - MI Bridges
External LinkDouble Up Food Bucks
External LinkSummer Food Service Programs
External LinkLansing School Closure Food Service Program 
External LinkCapital Area Community Services
External LinkGreater Lansing Food Bank - Coronavirus
External LinkEaton County Food Pantries
External LinkIngham County Food Banks and Resources
External LinkClinton County Food Pantries
External LinkSummer Food Service Programs
Eaton County Grocery Delivery for those at high risk: Call 517-543-5261 to set up a delivery.
External LinkClinton Transit is offering grocery delivery to seniors and people with disabilities. Call 989-224-8127 to set up a delivery
External LinkYMCA Healthy Living Mobile Kitchen Bus 

Transportation

Does anyone in your home need public transportation?

External LinkCapital Area Transportation Authority (CATA): In Ingham County, CATA offers free demand-response service for the community’s most vulnerable populations, as well as its essential workforce. Fixed route bus service is suspended. Riders should wear a mask. Call 517-999-2549 to schedule essential rides.

External LinkEATRAN: Call 517-543-4087 to schedule rides. EATRAN is providing rides to and from medical appointments, pre-scheduled grocery pick-ups from participating Eaton County grocery stores, and Meals on Wheels delivery services.

External LinkClinton Transit: In Clinton County, Clinton Transit is offering rides to grocery stores and other essential functions. Call 989-224-8127 to schedule rides.

Financial Assistance

Is your household experiencing financial difficulty as a result of COVID-19?

External LinkMI Bridges - Cash Assistance,  State Emergency Relief and Healthcare Coverage
External LinkCapital Area Community Services
External LinkNeed help paying bills - Clinton County
External LinkNeed help paying bills - Eaton County
External LinkNeed help paying bills - Ingham County
External LinkMichigan 211 by phone at 2-1-1 
External LinkMichigan Unemployment
External LinkCAHP COVID-19 Housing Guide
External LinkMid-Michigan Housing Services for Eaton and Clinton Counties
External LinkMichigan State Housing Development Authority
External LinkConsumers Energy COVID-19 Response Plan
External LinkBWL COVID-19 Update
External LinkCity of Lansing COVID-19 Finances
City of Lansing Foreclosure Assistance: Call Joseph McDonald at 517-275-2376  or email him at: joseph.mcdonald@lansingmi.gov

Is your family in need of internet services or relief from potential disconnection of communications services?

External LinkComcast Internet Essentials
External LinkAT&T Free
External LinkKeep Americans Connected Information

Seniors

Senior Services

External LinkTri-County Office on Aging COVID-19 Response
External LinkMeals on Wheels

State and Local COVID-19 Comprehensive Resource Guides

Greater Lansing Area COVID-19 External LinkResource Guide from Peckham
Michigan COVID-19 Pandemic External LinkResource Guide from U of M 
External LinkState of Michigan COVID-19 Resources

Resource sheet created in partnership with:

Mid-State Health Network, Eaton County Substance Awareness Advisory Group, Clinton Substance Awareness Prevention Coalition, Ingham Substance Awareness & Prevention, Children's Trust Fund, Eaton RESA

Special thanks to Lapeer County ISD, Peckham and University of Michigan for the resource guides they created, which were used as the foundation for our COVID19 Tri-County Wellness Checklist. Many hands make light work.