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What do I do if I am sick and do not have a health care provider?
You can seek treatment at an urgent care facility. To get tested, you can find a testing site with the Testing Site Look Up Tool or call the COVID-19 hotline at 888-535-6136 for help finding a site near you.
To help remove barriers and ensure more Michiganders have access to COVID-19 outpatient treatments, the MDHHS is offering a Test to Treat program at 13 locations across the state that offer no-cost testing and telehealth services. Test to Treat sites allow individuals to access testing, a health assessment and medication prescriptions all in one visit. Michigan residents who test positive for COVID-19 at these locations will be able to utilize telehealth services on-site.
View the list of Test to Treat sites.