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COVID-19 Resources for Dealing with the Pandemic

  • COVID-19 Resources for Dealing with the Pandemic

Oakland County Resources during the COVID-19 pandemic

Here is a list of resources to help answer your questions during this pandemic.  It includes info on the COVID-19 virus, links to local schools and their food programs, food assistance, other assistance, and activities to do at home.

General Info

COVID-19 Response Oakland County

  • COVID Response is a network of leaders from various local community organizations, churches, and other agencies in central Oakland County who are working to establish connections between those in need and those with resources to meet those needs.

Hotlines

  • (888) 535-6136 – Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, COVID-19 Hotline
  • (248) 551-7000 – Beaumont Health Hotline
  • (800) 848-5533 – Oakland County Health Department Nurse on Call
  • (833) 978-0649 – Ascension
  • (888) DMC-3370 – Detroit Medical Center
  • (313) 874-7500 – Henry Ford Health System

United Way General Assistance Hotline – Call 2-1-1

COVID-19 Summary for Oakland County

Centers for Disease Control

Michigan Department for Health and Human Services

City of Auburn Hills COVID-19 Public Health Information

MSU Extension – Local Government Resources for Novel Coronavirus Response

World Health Organization

Michigan Infection Map from MLive

 

    • Drop off location: Beaumont Service Center. 26901 Beaumont Blvd Southfield, MI.
    • Most needed:
      • New or unused disposable face masks
      • Home-sewn reusable masks
      • N-95 mask (sometimes called respirators)
      • Eye protection including face shields and safety goggles
      • Disposable gowns
      • Disposable gloves (especially non-latex)
      • Disposable surgical caps
      • Disposable foot covers
      • Wipes: bleach or anti-microbial
      • Hand-sanitizer
    • Specialized items needed:
      • PAPRs (powered air-purifying respirators) and PAPR hoods
      • Nasal testing swabs
      • Viral testing kits
    • Items NOT being accepted:
      • 3-D printed ventilator parts
      • Medications, food, and blankets
      • NOTE: These kinds of items might be needed later.  If Beaumont’s donation needs change, the list will be updated.
    • Receipts will be available online at www.beaumont.org/giving
    • Drop off days and times: Bins will be there 24/7 for drop-offs.  Bulk donations for pick-up by Beaumont can be organized by contacting covid19donations@beaumont.org.

To Donate Masks

    • Drop off location: Beaumont Service Center. 26901 Beaumont Blvd Southfield, MI.
    • Most needed:
      • New or unused disposable face masks
      • Home-sewn reusable masks
      • N-95 mask (sometimes called respirators)
      • Eye protection including face shields and safety goggles
      • Disposable gowns
      • Disposable gloves (especially non-latex)
      • Disposable surgical caps
      • Disposable foot covers
      • Wipes: bleach or anti-microbial
      • Hand-sanitizer
    • Specialized items needed:
      • PAPRs (powered air-purifying respirators) and PAPR hoods
      • Nasal testing swabs
      • Viral testing kits
    • Items NOT being accepted:
      • 3-D printed ventilator parts
      • Medications, food, and blankets
      • NOTE: These kinds of items might be needed later.  If Beaumont’s donation needs change, the list will be updated.
    • Receipts will be available online at www.beaumont.org/giving
    • Drop off days and times: Bins will be there 24/7 for drop-offs.  Bulk donations for pick-up by Beaumont can be organized by contacting covid19donations@beaumont.org.

Food Assistance

Area Food Pantries

Activities to Do at Home

Call for Volunteers

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