Partners Making a Difference and Working Together
Connecting people, organizations who are doing similar good work, creating opportunities for greater synergy to address interpersonal violence…
Hope these electronic resources are useful as you support families and serve as a bridge to a better, healthier way of life.
Check out amazing interviews conducted by Flint Registry partners:
Flint Women’s Study
As a member of the community I am glad to provide you with resources throughout Genesee County.
Make your own Music, and Beats:
Bangtown Productions – www.studionthego.com/
Get Youth Involved In Positive Activities, Training and Employment Opportunities:
The Flint Registry connects the great community of Flint with resources from the affects and devastating impact of the water crisis. Once you register you’ll be connected to many opportunities throughout the area to assist you in many areas of life. Click here for more information: Flint Registry. Lottie Ferguson is the head of Flint Family Fun. She lists all the fun and wonderful activities to do for the entire family in Genesee County. Click here: Flint Family Fun.
Internet Essentials: The nation’s largest and most comprehensive high-speed Internet adoption program for low-income households. Eligible families receive fast, affordable Internet service for $9.95/mo + tax, the option to purchase a computer for just $150 and access to free digital literacy training. To learn more or to apply, please call 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376) or visit InternetEssentials.com. To become a partner, please visit InternetEssentials.com/partner.
Need Help Paying Your Water Bill? Click here
Flint residents are now able to take advantage of services provided by two community Helps Centers. The centers are managed by the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan. Their purpose is to serve as resource hubs that will help promote healthy physical and mental development and improve the quality of life for individuals and families in the Flint community. They will offer resources and services including bottled water, a variety of foods and fresh produce, personal care items, nutritional services, physical health services and mental health services. Services will be provided from two semi-trailers that are staged in the church parking lots to distribute items directly to cars as residents drive through.
Ashbury United Methodist Church 1653 Davison Rd.
Bethel United Methodist Church 1309 N. Ballenger Hwy
Greater Holy Temple COGIC 6702 N. Dort Hwy
Hours of Operation:
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10am to 2 pm.
As the name suggests, this page contains links to many of the wide variety of organizations, locations and centers of activity in the City of Flint.
Travel options, visitor information, educational institutions, hospitals, recreational areas and cultural interests can all be accessed using the links provided on this page. The City of Flint has a lot to offer residents and visitors alike. While this page may not contain everything you are trying to find, the resources here will help your search move in the right direction.
Fire Department/ 810-762-7336
Police Department/ 810-237-6800
Blight Elimination/ 810-237-2090
Homeowner and Landlords
Downtown Development Authority
Other Government Agencies and Contacts
Kesha Norman owner of Teach 2 Reach is an organization of stylists and barbers teaching others to become stylists and barbers with a “social twist”. Visit their website here.
Flint Cares was created out of the Flint Water Recovery Group as a way to provide Flint residents with the most accurate, up-to-date and trust worthy information regarding the water crisis