Many families are facing or have experienced the loss of jobs, health care, and other necessary supports and may be in need of assistance during this difficult time. The following are resources to review if you or someone you know is in need. You may also contact your school counselor, social worker or school psychologist for more information.
L'Anse Creuse Coronavirus Updates and Resource Page.
Macomb County Crisis Center
If you are in crisis or overwhelmed by any situation, call 1-586-307-9100 at any time, to talk to a trained crisis counselor. Confidential, private, and you don't need to give your name.
COVID SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Macomb County Health Agency Guidelines and Resources
Macomb County Health Department COVID 19 Help-Line - 586-463-3750
8:30 to 5 pm Monday-Friday
COVID-19 Drive-Up Testing Sites in Macomb County
9 am to 3 pm, Monday, Wednesday, Friday
380 South Rose Street, Mt. Clemens
https://www.macombgov.org for Covid Test Sites, Food Resources and more.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services:
COVID-19 Support Services - Macomb Community Action.
Macomb County COVID-19 Resources. Information related to: physical and mental health, unemployment, housing/energy/food/water/assistance, financial relief, transportation, internet and cell phone services.
Supporting Families During COVID-19. Child Mind Institute.
Enfrentar el COVID-19: recursos para padres. Spanish Community Resource - Child Mind Institute.
The Right Connection. A directory of free or low cost community resources for students and their families. Additional resources include employment and training, transportation, parenting classes, child care, and support groups.
National Association of School Psychologist Parent Resource. Talking to Kids about Coronavirus.
Coronavirus, School Cancellation and Trauma. Starr Commonwealth.
Elementary and Middle School Social-Emotional Skills. Centervention Learning Activities.
Adolescent Outreach Program. Telehealth Sessions During COVID-19. Macomb Family Services.
Health Care and Dental
Healthy Kids is a program that provides a wide range of health care coverage and support services for qualifying pregnant women, babies and children under age 19 (Healthy Kids Dental coverage is through age 20).
Community First Health Centers
Family Dental Services
My Care Dental - Quality and Affordable Dental Care
Lions Club - contact School Social Worker
Mental Health Services
Macomb County Community Mental Health Services
Also provides Substance Abuse and Developmental Disability Services
For all ages 586-948-0222
Substance Abuse and Recovery Services
CARE of SE Michigan. On-line recovery support programs.
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids
On-line resources available - 1-855-378-4373. No cost help for parents dealing with a child's alcohol, marijuana or other drug use.
Mt Clemens Health Center
43525 Elizabeth Rd.
Mt Clemens, MI, 48043
Open Wed until 6:30 p.m.
Southeast Health Center
25401 Harper Avenue
St. Clair Shores, MI 48081
Open Mon until 6:30 p.m.
Southwest Health Center
27690 Van Dyke, Ste B
Warren, MI 48093
Open Thurs until 6:30 p.m.
Macomb County Health Department - Family Health Services. (586) 412-5945
The family Health Services Division provides the following:
- Children's Special Health Care Services: Assisting families with children with qualifying medical conditions to meet their special health care needs
- Public Health Nursing: Promoting healthy families through assessment, preventive health care education and referral.
- Women Infants and Children (WIC) Supplemental Nutrition Program: Providing nutrition education, healthy foods, breastfeeding support and health care referrals.
- MIChild/Healthy Kids/Prenatal Health Care Insurance: A free health insurance program for qualifying pregnant women, babies and children under 19 years of age.
- Sudden/Unexpected Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Support: Providing grief counseling, support and information on Safe Sleep.
- Family Planning: Providing comprehensive and confidential family planning services.
- Dental Clinic: Providing high quality, low cost, routine non-emergency dental services to Macomb County residents.
- Immunizations: Providing immunity for vaccine preventable diseases.
- Free hearing and vision screening.
Prescription Coverage or (888) 477-2669
Neighbors Caring for Neighbors Outreach Clinic Locations
Henry Ford Macomb Hospital - Mt. Clemens Campus
215 North Ave.
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
62324 Van Dyke Rd.
Washington Township, MI 48094
Provides treatment for:
acute illnesses (colds, ear infections, bronchitis, rashes, and cuts) women’s health
treatment for chronic illnesses (high blood pressure, diabetes)
employment and school physicals
Services are available for persons and families of all ages, economically disadvantaged, and persons with no medical insurance. Must be a Macomb County resident
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
The term "homeless children and youth" means individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence, and includes:
Children and youths who are sharing the housing of other due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason.
Children and youths are living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of adequate accommodations.
Children and youths who are living in cars, parks, public spaces
What are Their Rights
Students that meet the above criteria have the following rights:
Enroll in school immediately, even if lacking documents normally required for enrollment.
Enroll in the local school, or continue attending their school of origin (the school they last attended when permanently housed or the school in which they were last enrolled), whichever is in the student's best interest.
Receive transportation to and from their school of origin if requested.
Remain in their school of origin for as long as they are still homeless or for the remainder of the school year if they find residency outside of the district.
Participate in the same activities and programs offered to other children including free and reduced school nutrition and Head Start programs, as well as appropriate special education and Title 1 program.
Macomb Intermediate School District - Homeless Students - In cooperation with local Macomb County school districts we can assist parents and their families while they are temporarily between homes. (586) 228-3490
Resources for Homeless Youth and Their Families MISD
Emergency Relief: Home, Utilities & Burial
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Programs to Assist with Food, Mortgage, Rent, Utilities, Medical Bills, Transportation, Covid Testing
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Call the United Way 2-1-1 or 1-800-522-1183, or text your zip code to 8982
Hearts for Homes Brochure - Assist working families with disabilities, with homeless children gain access to permanent housing.
Community First Health Centers - Homeless Health Care Program - Low or no-cost health care for eligible families.
Macomb County Community Action Center - Assists Macomb County residents with emergency utility and rent payments, weatherization of homes/mobile homes, and referrals to local food banks. Must be referred from the Department of Human Services.
Central Action Center: (586) 469-6964
North Action Center: (586) 749-5146
South Action Center: (586) 759-9150
MATTS (24140 Mound Rd, Warren, 48091): (586) 755-5191 Macomb County residents only Accepts men, women, and children
MCREST (Rotates location to Macomb County churches): (586) 415-5101 Accepts men, women, and children
For information on shelter in other counties call, 24 hours a day 1-800-274-3583; or 586-963-7829
Domestic Violence Shelter - Turning Point (Mount Clemens): 24-hour Crisis Line (586) 463-6990 Accepts only women and children
Red Cross Disaster Relief - (House fire) (313) 833-4440
MSHDA Housing Locator - Rental housing search tool to the residents and prospective residents of Michigan. (800) 327-8158
Home Heating Energy Assistance: Provides assistance with weatherization.
Homeless Hotline - (800) A-SHELTER (274-3583) Calls shelters in caller’s area. Does not provide phone numbers to shelters.
Homeless Liaison Contacts
Homeless Education Liaison
L'Anse Creuse Public Schools
586-783-6300 Ext. 1010
Macomb Intermediate School District
All students eat free through December! Whether you are in-person learning or virtual at home, breakfast and lunch meals are free until December (or when funding ends). Meal kits are available for LCPS students enrolled in the Virtual Learning program. Please click on the links below for information on free meals and how to order virtual meals for pick them up. See link below.
Emergency Food Services 2-1-1 or 1-844-875-9211
Forgotten Harvest - Free food distribution.
Gleaners - Free mobile food distribution.
Additional food resources are listed on the Macomb County Government website:
Food and Nutrition Program Hotline - Free and confidential screening to determine eligibility for food stamps Open Monday – Friday 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. (800) 481-4989
Macomb Emergency Food Program - Refer to local food pantry Must be a Macomb County resident. (586) 469-6004
Macomb County Community Services Agency (Mt. Clemens) - Refer to a food bank. Must be a Macomb County resident. (586) 469-6964
Open Monday-Friday 12-1pm
Salvation Army (55 Church St, Mount Clemens)
Salvation Army (Warren)
food 4 Kids Program
The food 4 kids Program is a Mobile Pantry Program partnered with Gleaner's Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan. The mobile pantry is a traveling food pantry that parents pick up monthly. Each family receives a large box of food, typically including perishable and nonperishable food items and fresh fruits and vegetables.
Families must be registered to participate. Please contact your school office for a referral form.
Food & Nutrition Department
Tanya Nofs (586) 783-6550 x1105
Laurie Warren (586) 783-6550 x1114
COVID-19 Support Services - Macomb Community Action
The Right Connection - A directory of free or low cost community resources for students and their families. Additional resources include employment and training, transportation, parenting classes, child care, and support groups.
Macomb Community Action - Offer emergency support services, information and referrals to Macomb County's limited-income residents.
Lakeshore Legal Aid - Free legal help for low-income people and Seniors (60+)
CARE of Southeastern Michigan - Supportive opportunities for families.
United Way - Provides callers with information about and referrals to human services for every day needs and in times of crisis, such as basic human needs (shelter, food, clothing, rent and utility assistance); physical and mental health; employment supports; support for the elderly and disabled; support for children, youth, and families. 211 or (800) 552-1183
Good Shepherd Coalition - Assists Central Macomb County residents with food, furniture, shelter, clothing, medical needs, rent and utility payments, gas vouchers, and holiday baskets. Referral by a participating church is needed. Most area churches participate. (586) 415-8100
21885 Dunham Rd., Suite #7
41227 Mound Rd.
27690 Van Dyke
National Domestic Violence Hotline - Provides crisis intervention, safety planning, and information and referrals to shelters. (800) 799-7233
Turning Point. Services to End Domestic and Sexual Violence
Crisis Line: 586-463-6990, Shelter, Forensic Nurse Examiner, Counseling, Legal Advocacy. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Children's Protective Service
24 hours a day, 7 days a week - Call 855-444-3911 to report
One number. One call. One person can make a difference.
Julie's List website helps those in 6 counties of S.E. Michigan, find the resources they need in the privacy of their own home or office or even on your phone! This website offers not only well-known agencies in S.E. Michigan, but private and religious organizations which other "information agencies" do not offer.
Heat for your home
The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW) or 800-866-8429 pays toward heating bills
A variety of private sector jobs in the community set up by the State of Michigan.
Comcast offers reduced rate Internet to qualifying families
National Suicide Prevention lifeline 1-800-273-TALK