State Responses to COVID-19
- Michigan Coronavirus Resources
- State of Michigan FAQs
- Michigan Attorney General
- Michigan Executive Orders
- Michigan Executive Directives
Federal Responses to COVID-19
- World Health Organization (WHO) on the Coronavirus
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Coronavirus Updates and Resources
- US State Department Travel Guidelines
- Guidance for Preparing for and Responding to COVID-19 in the Workplace
- Guidance for Group Gatherings and Community Events (Center for Disease Control and Prevention)
- US Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus updates + Toolkit
- USDA COVID 19 Resources
Municipalities / Local Government
CEDAM Member Responses to COVID-19
- Capital Area Housing Partnership (CAHP) Resources. CAHP has suspended eviction notices and late fees. CAHP can be reached at 517-332-4663 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays
- National Low Income Housing Coalition COVID 19 Resources
- Eviction Moratorium Extended to June 30
- Court Directions for Upcoming Landlord/Tenant Cases
- Some Tenants Protected Under Federal Law until July 25
- Protections for Renter and Homeowner Rights from the National Housing Law Project
Community Economic Development
- National Community Reinvestment Coalition COVID 19 resources
- Prosperity Now COVID 19 Resources
- National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations COVID 19 Resources
- USDA Announces Guaranteed Housing Foreclosure and Eviction Relief
- Small Business Loan Administration
- Small Business Association of Michigan Coronavirus resources
- SBA to Provide Disaster Assistance Loans for Small Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- SBA COVID-19 Resources in Languages Other Than English
Consumer Financial Protections
- Consumer financial protection bureau
- Credit reporting – Your credit reports and scores play an important role in your future financial opportunities. Learn how to manage and protect your credit during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Debt collection – Dealing with debt can be a stressful experience, coupling that with the coronavirus pandemic may make it even harder to address.
- Financial caregiving – We have resources for financial caregivers helping people who cannot manage their money or property themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.
Employers and employees
- The State Unemployment Office will extend benefits to workers who are sick, quarantined or taking care of family members who are ill. First responders in the public health community who became ill or quarantined due to exposure are also eligible. Self-employed workers and independent contractors who don’t have access to unemployment insurance will now have access to benefits. File for Unemployment Insurance at Michigan.gov/UIA or call 1-866-500-0017.
- Find a job with Pure Michigan Talent Connect
- COVID 19 Guide for Employers
- New federal families first coronavirus response act
- New emergency FMLA leave
- Additional (Non-FMLA) Paid Sick Leave Requirements.
- Relief Available to Small Businesses and Health Care or Emergency Workers.
- Michigan Resources for Employees and Employers
- National Residence Association Recommendations on Reopening Restaurants
Utilities, Food, Transportation
- Feeding America has a nationwide network of 200 food banks and 60,000 food pantries. They help food banks across the country support the most vulnerable communities affected by the pandemic. You can donate here or find your local food bank here.
- Meals on Wheels: Delivers nutritious meals to vulnerable seniors. You can contact your local provider or donate to the national group here.
- Michigan Department of Education’s Meet Up and Eat Up Summer Food Service Program (SFSP): This program provides nutritious meals to to children throughout the state. This is a map. This is the site. You can also text ‘food’ to 877-877
- DTE Energy Assistance Programs:
- State Utilities Aid:
Coronavirus info for Immigrants/Refugees
- Information from the Refugee Development Center in multiple languages