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COVID Financial Response

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State of Michigan COVID-19 Financial Response

The State of Michigan is implementing many programs using Federal stimulus resources, such as the American Rescue Plan which was passed by Congress in March 2021. This page describes funding appropriated by the legislature and expended by the State to spur recovery from the pandemic's negative economic impact on our communities and businesses

As American Rescue Plan funding continues to be appropriated and spent, more program-specific information will become available. Check back for additional insights on future spending.

Funding Overview

Across all bills to date, Michigan's COVID-19 response has provided much-needed relief to communities, businesses, and individuals. 

Interactive dashboards are included below to provide clarity and insight on all federal dollars Michigan has received, or is eligible to receive, to gain a better understanding how the funds are being spent.

 

The data that drives these visualizations is available for download here and was last updated October 2021.

 

Federal Bills

American Rescue Plan Fiscal Recovery Fund (FRF) - Federal

Provides Michigan overview of all current ARPA and FRF plans and spending

American Rescue Plan Fiscal Recovery Fund (FRF) - Michigan

Provides Michigan overview of all current ARPA and FRF plans and spending

Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF)

Established through the CARES Act, this brought $3.08 Billion to Michigan and established many critical response programs

PRAC - Pandemic Oversight

PRAC shows spending of federal funds and COVID-19 response across all states including Michigan

Michigan Coronavirus Homepage

Includes links to all Michigan resources, news, and statistics regarding the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic

Public Orders and Directives

Portal for all current orders and directives from MIOSHA, MDHHS, and the Governor’s Office