If you’re still uninsured and need assistance, the following Michigan agencies can help you.
Arab Community Center for Economic & Social Services (ACCESS)
Primary Contact: Madiha Tariq
Macomb, Wayne, Oakland
Arab-American, South Asian, African-American, Latino, and resettled refugees; increased focus on resettled refugees, permanent resident aliens, limited English proficiency, Spanish and African- American clients.
City of Garden City
Primary Contact: Megan Sheeran
Minority populations that have experienced health disparities, young adults and post-secondary graduating students, new mothers and women with children, individuals with disabilities, and/or Medicaid-eligible consumers
Forest County Potawatomi Community
Primary Contact: Harold Frank
Phone: (715) 478-7200
Chippewa, Menominee, Baraga, Gogebic, Chippewa, Manistee, Petoskey, and Suttons Bay
Tribal members, including rural tribal communities
Michigan Consumers for Healthcare (Enroll Michigan)
Primary Contact: Dizzy Warren
Targeted outreach to minorities reflecting the cultural and linguistic diversity of Michigan, disabled, LGBTQ, underserved.
Midwest Asian Health Association (MAHA)
Primary Contact: Dr. Hong Liu Ph.D
Washtenaw, Kent, Oakland, Ingham and Clinton, and Wayne
Asian Americans Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) with limited English proficiency and low health literacy, individuals with disabilities; targeted focus on Asian immigrants and refugees with limited English proficiency and low health insurance literacy, including Indian, Chinese, Burmese, Bangladesh, Hmong, Korean, Laos, Filipino, and Vietnamese populations