The New MI Bridges Self-Service Portal

  • The New MI Bridges Self-Service Portal

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    As a part of MDHHS’s Integrated Service Delivery effort, MI Bridges and the Assistance Application are undergoing transformative changes. These changes have been made in close collaboration with clients, community partners, and MDHHS caseworkers, who have provided input and feedback throughout the process.  The new MI Bridges will enable residents to identify their needs and connect to community resources that meet those needs to improve stability over time. These resources include community programs and organizations through a partnership with Michigan 2-1-1.

    Important Implementation Dates

    Please note that implementation dates are subject to change. This website will be updated with the latest dates as they are confirmed.

    • September 12, 2017: Muskegon County launched the pilot of select features of the new MI Bridges

    • November 2017: Community partner registration begins! Both existing and new partners should complete the registration process

    • November 2017: Community partner training begins!

    • February 2018: The new assistance application launches statewide

    • February 2018 : Current clients and registered community partners begin using the new MI Bridges statewide

    • April 2018: The new MI Bridges is available across the state for all Michigan residents


    Contact MDHHS

    Have additional questions?  For more information or questions on how you can get involved, please contact:

    Beth St. John

    MDHHS Community Partner Liaison

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