Need someone to talk to? 
We're here for you.

Call us at 800-782-4160.

If you have a disability and need Covid-19 related medical advocacy or other support you can call the Health Care Hotline at

1-800-626-4959.

Senior Meals

Federal Dollars have been made available to provide meals delivered to Michigan residents aged 60 years and older.

Click here to contact your local Area Agency on Aging for more information.

Click here to enroll in the
Senior Meals program.

You Are Not Alone

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During this time of uncertainly, many are feeling isolated or alone. DNMM Staff are regularly checking in with consumers. But if you or someone you know is having trouble coping with the Stay Home order, there are Crisis Hotlines in every county in Michigan. Click here to find the Crisis Hotline for your county.

Homework Hotline

For Blind Students

The National Homework Hotline for Blind/Visually Impaired Students is a free service for K-12 and college students experiencing school closures due to COVID-19.

732-835-6672

Peer-Run WARMLINE

For Persons With Mental Health Needs Affected by COVID-19

1-888-733-7753

Open Every Day 10am - 2am 

The warmline is intended to serve individuals with persistent mental health challenges including anxiety, depression, and trauma. The warmline will connect you with peer-support specialists who have lived similar experiences.

Food Drives

Safe Harbor Kitchen, 706 Joseph St.
Bay City

3rd Saturday of each month

Starts at 10:30 until the food is gone 

Bay County residents only (Bring I.D.)

Food Pantry open Mondays, 1-3pm

Free Suppers on Mon. & Tues.  5:30pm

Community Resource Links

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Disability Network Is Here For You!

Call us today for assistance with:

 

  1. Disability Rights & Resources - Know your rights, the law, find support groups, access community resources, and learn facts about disabilities.
     

  2. Basic Needs - I&R specialists will help you access community resources for anything from utility shut off notices, food pantries, or resources for housing assistance.
     

  3. SSI/SSDI - Anyone needing to apply for these programs can contact us for help with applications. No matter if you are just starting the process or are seeking assistance on the best direction on filing an appeal, we will work with you along the way.
     

  4. Medicare/Medicaid - A certified MMAP (Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program) counselor is located at DNMM to help with any Medicare Part D, low income subsidy or Medicaid needs.
     

  5. DHHS Applications - Home help services, food stamps, cash assistance, and more. We will help you determine what you want to apply for and offer assistance in applying if you need it.
     

  6. Housing - Whether you're looking for housing or looking for help staying in your housing, we can help with resources for affordable and accessible housing, ramps, housing vouchers and payment assistance.
     

  7. Peer Support and Mentoring - Sometimes someone with a disability wants to talk to someone else with a disability about obstacles in their life or in their community. We have a network of individuals dedicated to helping people overcome barriers. We also offer peer groups that meet monthly for a variety of activities in Bay, Midland and Saginaw Counties. During this "Stay Home" period, the peer groups will be meeting "virtually."
     

  8. Assistive Technology - We can help you find the assistive technology you need and the resources to pay for the AT. We also have several low tech AT items and offer AT Demos on an individual basis to help you decide what you may need before buying an item for your home.

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Disability Network of Mid-Michigan.

1705 S. Saginaw Rd. Midland, MI 48640

Fax: 989-835-8121