The recent COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions to daily life and is putting stress on families as they try to adjust. During this time, the Zero to Thrive team is committed to helping families through this crisis. If you’d like to read more about the mental health resources provided for families, perinatal women, and providers, please visit our COVID-19 page:
In response to this pandemic, many organizations have stepped up to help provide families with assistance during this time of need. If you live in Southeast Michigan, the following list of resources may be beneficial to you and your family.
COVID 313 is a guide for Detroit families in response to the COVID-19 crisis, brought to you by the City of Detroit, the Community Education Commission and partners. It includes resources for food assistance, basic needs, learning at home, childcare, healthcare, employment, and more.
Every Thursday from 12:00-2:00pm, there will be a virtual town hall to present the latest news and developments from leading policymakers and experts who are dealing day to day with the crisis. To sign up for notifications of future town halls and receive additional information, please visit COVID313.org.
Watch the most recent virtual town hall below: