CORONA VIRUS (COVID-19)
The Lakeshore Regional Entity will continue to post resources to ensure proper precautions are being taken and updated information is available for all populations that are served within our communities, those that work within the healthcare infrastructure and all stakeholders.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has established a warmline for persons with mental health conditions. The warmline will be operated by Certified Peer Support Specialists. Individuals calling the warmline will be provided with support by peers who have their own lived experience with mental health issues. They will be providing wellness supports and a listening ear. Below is the link to the warm line or click here or the Certified Peer Support Warmline Flier.
The State of Michigan - Michigan Updates on COVID-19
5/19/20 - Tests used to help diagnose COVID-19
4/30/20 Governor Whitmer's COVID Reopening Strategy
4/14/20 COVID-19 Dental Directory - or go to the Oral Health website linked below:
EO 2020-42 Governor Whitmer declares Stay at Home Order Extension
EO 2020-7 Governor Whitmer Clarifies Temporary Restrictions on Entry into Care Facilities and Juvenile Justice Facilities.
EO 2020-6 Governor Whitmer Orders Temporary Restrictions on Entry into Care Facilities and Juvenile Justice Facilities.
EO 2020-2 Public Meetings of Michigan Public Bodies During the COVID-19 Emergency
Community Mental Health Association (CMHA) - COVID-19 WEBSITE PROVIDES UPDATED LIST OF RESOURCES:
CMHA continues to add resources that may be helpful to you, as organizations and employers, as you work to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, with a section, focused on the needs of CMHA members, in their roles as employers, entitled: Guidance and Financial Resources to CMHA Member Organizations as Employers Impacted by COVID-19
The Centers for Disease Control - Updates on the Corona Virus and Safety Information
The State Department - Travel Advisories and Updates
Do you have questions about COVID-19? The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has launched a statewide hotline to answer your questions. Public health and other experts will answer health related questions and direct residents to local resources and/or other state government departments. The hotline is open 7 days a week from 8-5 pm.
Please note: staff can’t provide individual clinical advice or a diagnosis through the hotline. If you believe you have been exposed to the COVID-19 and are symptomatic, call your health care provider.