Federal and State Health Agencies
For information on Michigan’s Smoke Free Air law, visit the following web site: www.michigan.gov/smokefreelaw
Visit the Michigan Department of Community Health to learn about public health in Michigan. See program listings in mental health, Medicaid, and substance abuse, and access health statistics and vital records. Links to other healthy web sites.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is the nation’s public health authority. Visit their web site to learn about disease prevention and health promotion, the latest health research findings, and current national health concerns in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR)
Healthy People — This resource can be used to find health information, leading health indicators and publications
National Cancer Institute — The NCI is a resource for valuable information about cancer, research and grant opportunities.
U.S. Census Bureau — Statistics on people and businesses in regards to economic, income and poverty profiles.
Michigan Rural Health Association — A resource for rural health statistics and funding opportunities for rural health districts.
Visit the Michigan State Police site to get valuable information on Identity theft.