in this together
Contact the Club
Coping with COVID-19
- CALL NAMI HelpLine (800-950-NAMI) open M-F from 10am-6pm, or download this PDF for detailed guidance from the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
- crisistextline.org – text Home to 741741
- Common Ground
- Contact Manal David, MSW – MDYC Jack & Annette Aronson, Club Director
- Domestic Violence Support: Wayne County (WIN Network Resource List), Oakland County (HAVEN), Macomb County (Turning Point)
- Managing Stress & Anxiety (from CDC)
- National Child Traumatic Stress Network
- Feeding Families in Need: $193/month
- Gleaners Food Bank
- Detroit Free Press: Updated Access to Food
- Food pantries (call before you go)
- Clawson Schools
- Detroit Public Schools
- Ferndale Schools
- Hazel Park Schools
- Madison Heights Schools
- Oak Park Schools
- Romeo Schools
- Royal Oak Schools
- Royal Oak Township: see Oak Park or Ferndale
- Troy Schools
- Utica Schools
Local, State & National
- Wayne County: please call 2-1-1 or (734) 287-7870
- Oakland County: 800-848-5533
- Macomb County: 586-463-3750
- State of Michigan: 888-535-6136 (Daily 8am-5pm)
- CDC’s COVID-19 Updates
Support with Utilities
- DTE: DTE customers impacted by COVID-19 — those with a sudden loss of income or medical condition — as well as vulnerable seniors are encouraged to call 800-477-4747 to determine eligibility for payment assistance. Check DTE by clicking here.
- Consumers Energy: All shutoff notices will be withheld to prevent any additional stress for qualified customers. Consumers said its affected customers can call 800-477-5050.
- Water: please check with local city on shut offs/late payment penalties.
- Comcast Internet Essentials: new Internet Essentials customers will receive two free months of Internet service, which is available to all qualified low-income households for $9.95/month plus tax. Apply by April 30, 2020.