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Utility Assistance

Note: Electric Service Payment Assistance are programs that pay all or a portion of the electric service expenses of people whose electricity have been or are at risk of being shut off.  Also included are nonemergency programs.

DTE – Payment Assistance

800-477-4747 Toll Free  Customer Service

800-888-6886 TDD/TTY

DTE Energy
2000 Second Ave.
One Energy Plaza
Detroit, MI 48226.1203


Health Emergency Lifeline Programs

313-832-3300 Main

888-435-5655 Toll Free

313-832-3393 Fax

1726 Howard Ave.
Detroit, MI 48216


State Emergency Relief (SER) 

Consumers Energy customers can now apply for SER online at MI Bridges.


THAW (The Heat and Warmth Fund)

313-226-9465 Main

800.866.THAW (8429) Toll Free

313.963.2777 Fax


Southwest Solutions


1700 Waterman St.
Detroit, MI 48209


Salvation Army

248.443.5500 Gas & Light Utility Bills


Wayne Metro Community Action Agency

Contact: 313-388-9799

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Diabetes is a chronic disease that develops when your blood sugar (blood glucose) levels are too high. If you are pregnant, you can develop gestational diabetes (gestational means the time when you are pregnant). About 7 in 100 pregnant women will get gestational diabetes. Even though it usually goes away once a woman is no Read More
I don’t always have transportation. How am I supposed to get to my prenatal care appointments?
Not having reliable access to a car, bus, or other form of transportation can make it harder to get to your healthcare provider throughout pregnancy. There are many free transportation resources in Detroit, even during COVID-19. Additionally, WIN Network: Detroit has more remote offerings to make sure you can receive care. Resources in Detroit Cars: Read More

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