Help Stop The Spread of Hepatitis A In Michigan

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Since August 1, 2016, there has been a large outbreak of hepatitis A virus in SE Michigan. 


As of May 2018, more than 800 people have been infected. While many people sick with hepatitis A live in SE Michingan, hepatitis A has spread to other parts of our state, including one case in Schoolcraft County in the Upper Peninsula. 


People have become very sick with hepatitis A, have been admitted to the hospital, and some have died.

We need your help to stop the spread of this infection.

Highest risk factors for hepatitis A include:

  • Use of recreational drugs

  • Sexual activity with someone already infected

  • Men who have sex with men

  • Homelessness or unstable housing

  • Recent or current incarceration

  • Close contact or living with someone with hepatitis A

WIC - Helping families with healthy food….
and so much more!

You may qualify for WIC if you are a Mom, Dad or Guardian of a child under age 5, or you are a pregnant, breastfeeding, or postpartum woman.

WIC Provides: Free Healthy Foods, Nutrition Education, Breastfeeding Support, Health Referrals, Lead Screening, Immunizations & more!

Applicants must live in Michigan and meet the following Income Guidelines:
Household Size Yearly Income
1 ………………. $22,459
2 ………………. $30,451
3 ………………. $38,443
4 ………………. $46,435
Add $7992 for each additional family member. Note: Pregnant women count as “two”. You may automatically qualify for WIC if you or someone in your household has Medicaid or Food Stamps.

To sign up for WIC, call or visit your local LMAS District Health Department.

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