"A joint project between University of Michigan-Flint and the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Michigan Data Science Team with support from Google.org," that provides location data on lead test results, bottled water pickup and recycling, water filter pickup, and service line replacement.
"Water test data courtesy of the State of Michigan and property abandonment data courtesy of the United States Postal Service (both via UM-Ann Arbor MDST). Predicted risk results (developed using computer modeling) courtesy of UM-Ann Arbor MDST. Resource site information courtesy of Flint Cares."
People who were impacted by the Flint Water Crisis will soon be able to participate in a voluntary secure registry which will aim to connect them to programs and other resources that serve to minimize the effects of lead on their health while promoting wellness and recovery.
Michigan State University will carryout the registry in collaboration with a broad partnership including leadership form the City of Flint, Greater Flint Health Coalition, educators, clinicians, and community-based organizations that serve Flint residents.
Learn about the Flint water crisis and the surrounding issues in this special, University of Michigan-Flint course being offered FREE to the community. The course from our Department of Public Health and Health Sciences is also being offered as a credit course to students. This opportunity for bi-directional learning will feature leaders and experts in the Flint water crisis. Attendees are encouraged to register by clicking the "Register to Attend" links listed for each date.
The course from our Department of Public Health and Health Sciences is also being offered as a 1-credit course to students. This opportunity for bi-directional learning will feature leaders and experts in the Flint water crisis.