Genetic Inborn Errors of Metabolism

This website provides information on the Diet for Life treatment for individuals with IEM that require access to multiple types of medical foods, formulas, medications and supplements along with careful diet monitoring and modifications by specialists to determine appropriate nutritional treatment for the individual's physical and mental health from infancy through adulthood. It also provides the most up-to-date information about changes to the state's policy regarding the coverage of formulas, links to national resources for families, and other nutritional guides.

Baby’s First Test Mobile App

The Baby's First Test mobile app serves as a quick reference guide for health professionals, state public health programs, families, and any other individuals or groups looking for the latest newborn screening information at their fingertips. The mobile app allows users to easily search for condition-specific information, including causes, treatment, and family experiences, as well as review newborn screening information in their state, including conditions found on each state's newborn screening panel. By saving users most common searches, the mobile app allows users to navigate and search with ease, giving busy professionals and families the right information at the right time without any of the hassle.

Michigan Genomic and Genetic Disorders Section

The Michigan Genetics Resource Center is a public health education service. The site is designed to share Michigan and national resources in order to promote population health through the appropriate use of genetic information and services. Clinical genetic service and support group directories, teaching tools, and information for policy makers are available as well as Michigan and national program descriptions and links.

Bridges 4 Kids

The Bridges 4 Kids website provides a comprehensive system of information and referral for parents and professionals seeking help for children from birth through transition to adult life. Some resources include advocacy, legislative policy changes for children with disabilities, transitioning to adulthood, and information on health insurance.

Capital Area Center for Independent Living

Capital Area Center for Independent Living (CACIL) is a community-based, cross disability, non-profit organization designed and operated by people with disabilities. CACIL works with the Ingham, Clinton, Eaton & Shiawassee Counties providing the following CORE services: Peer Support, Information & Referral, Individual & Systems Advocacy, Independent Living Skills Training & Nursing Facility Transitions. CACIL provides training, mentoring, and referrals to help people with disabilities and their families live productive lives.

Children’s Mental Health Services Programs – Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

Information about the MDHHS Mental Health Services Programs, including a map of programs in the state and other resources.

Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services

The mission of Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) is to empower communities to improve their economic, social and cultural well-being by promoting a just and equitable society with the full participation Arab Americans. This website is the largest and most comprehensive Arab community-based health and mental health center in North America that is comprised of medical, public health and research, mental health and environment programs.