State of Michigan and U.S. Government Resources:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Lead
- Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
- Michigan.gov: Taking action on Flint water
- Michigan.gov Flint Water website
- Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- Genesee County Health Department (GCHD)
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR): FAQ on Lead (two-pages)
- ATSDR public health statement on lead (13 pages)
- ATSDR: A tox-guide on lead (2 pages)
- Michigan Impact
- Local plastic recycling bins for Flint residents (FREE): call 888-872-745
University of Michigan School of Public Health Resources:
- Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease (M-LEEaD) | M-LEEaD Flint Water Crisis Response Page
- NIEHS/EPA Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Center
- Network for Public Health Law
- U-M Flint water crisis course
- Michigan Public Health Training Center
University of Michigan-Flint Resources
- Flint Water Crisis: A public course about the crisis
- YouTube playlist of previously-discussed course topics
- Campus Water Information
Where to Donate
NOTE: These independent sources are provided here as a public service. These organizations are not affiliated with the University of Michigan or the School of Public Health. Their listing here does not imply an endorsement of the mission or activities of these organizations.
- The American Red Cross is distributing water testing kits, water filters, and bottled water, among other services.
- The Flint Water Response Team provides resources for Flint residents, and places where you can donate and volunteer.
- The Flint Water Fund accepts donations to help purchase water filters and bottled water.
- The Flint Child Health and Development Fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Flint supports public health, medical, and community-based interventions to help children in the city who were exposed to lead.
- United Way of Genesee County established a fund to provide filters, water, emergency support services and prevention efforts.