As the Flint Water Crisis continues to unfold, resources continue to take shape alongside the development of short, mid and long-term planning. Michigan Primary Care Association reached out to the two Michigan Health Centers serving Flint residents to gain additional insight into the growing demand for testing, monitoring, education, outreach and mental health services – both now and into the unforeseeable future.
The full text of the MPCA update is posted on the NACHC Blog.
To support health centers in Flint, MI, Direct Relief has made available up to $50,000 for testing, treatment, or other resources as needed by medical providers on the ground. Our standing inventory of critical medicines and supplies have been made available to health centers during this crisis.