With the new MI Bridges comes new and enhanced ways to engage with the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS) and Michigan residents. MDHHS is seeking community partners to help spread the word about MI Bridges, connect with clients, and to assist applicants. Please review the Community Partner Engagement Levels to learn more about how community based organizations can get involved and support the new MI Bridges. Partners can choose to serve in one or more of the following roles:
Organizations which provide assistance to residents in using MI Bridges, help residents identify and connect to resources, apply for benefits, and manage their ongoing cases.
Organizations which provide one or more services within communities and can receive electronic referrals through MI Bridges. Referral partners must also be registered with Michigan 2-1-1.
Organizations which provide access to MI Bridges by making computers or similar devices available to community members.
- MI Bridges Levels of Engagement
With the new MI Bridges, community partners can choose to engage with MDHHS and customers in several ways. Organizations can register for one or more levels of engagement.
For more information on the benefits and requirements of becoming a MI Bridges Community Partner.
- Community Partner Registration
Now that you have reviewed the different ways you can become a community partner, visit the Registration Page for next steps on the registration process.