What questions does the census ask?
There is strength in numbers. Census numbers directly impact funding for communities in the areas of education, food and healthcare.
In March, each household will be receiving a unique identification number in the mail from the United States Census Bureau ...
An estimated $140 million of community financial resources are lost to our friends and neighbors if we are not all counted.
The State of Michigan will receive $1,800 annually for each person counted in the census who is living ...
If you want to support these programs in your community, you must be counted!
The census is more than a population count.
It's an opportunity to shape the future of your community.
Disability Network Northern Michigan invites you to join the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) for a virtual forum about the future of behavioral health in Michigan.