Community Resources

MCT2D is committed to helping our participants support patients with type 2 diabetes and unmet social need.
We have partnered with to offer a robust community resource search to help connect patients with the support they need. The FindHelp network includes 613,630 verified programs. Simply enter you zip code and a keyword or program name below to start searching for resources
Lack of access to food is a significant barrier to managing type 2 diabetes. We have compiled a list of both state and county assistance programs below to help connect patients to food in their area.

Statewide Food Assistance Resources

MI 2-1-1

Call 2-1-1 or visit
Michigan 2-1-1 is an easy way to find help of all kinds, right in your community. Call, text, or search online to get connected to food assistance.

MI Food Assistance Program (SNAP)

Use the MI Bridges portal to apply for a range of benefits including food assistance through the SNAP program.

Find Your Local Food Bank

The Feeding America nationwide network of food banks and food programs helps millions of people find food and grocery help in their communities every year. Connect with your local food bank to learn about upcoming free food distributions and to apply for national food programs like SNAP and WIC.

Food Finder

FoodFinder is a food pantry locator that shows you when and where to get free food assistance in your area. The map on our home page is a map of food pantries and school meal locations - every pin that appears is a food assistance program nearby.

MI Community Action Agencies (CAAs)

CAAs serve every county in MI through emergency assistance and programs. (Links to local agencies that offer food assistance programs are included in the “Additional Resources” column below).

Food Assistance Resources For Seniors (55 and older)

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is a meal delivery service for individuals with diminished mobility who are generally aged 60 and older, although age requirements can vary. Find a provider using the link above.

Senior Project FRESH/Market FRESH

Learn more here
This program provides residents who are aged 60 or older (and residents who are aged 55 or older who belong to a Michigan federally recognized tribe or urban tribal group) free nutrition education and $25 in coupons that can be exchanged for fresh fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods sold at local farmers’ markets and roadside stands.

County Specific Food Assistance Resources

Community Hub Referral
Local MDHHS Office Address (SNAP)
Additional Resources
201 Commerce Drive Ithaca, MI 48847
427 E. Alcott Street Kalamazoo, MI 49001
301 E. Louis Glick Hwy. Jackson, MI 49201
Ottawa/ Allegan
12185 James St., Ste. 200 Holland, MI 49424
Ottawa/ Allegan
3255 122nd Ste 300 Allegan, MI 49010
1672 US 31 South Manistee, MI 49660
1919 Parkland Drive Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
44777 N. Gratiot Ave. Ste. A Clinton Township, MI 48036
2300 E. Grand River, Ste. 1Howell, MI 48843
1911 Sand Beach Rd. Bad Axe, MI 48413
1919 Parkland Drive Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
1801 E. Canfield 3040 W. Grand Blvd. Detroit, MI 48207
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