People who were impacted by the Flint Water Crisis are 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.
Information on the settlement of the class action lawsuit. People impacted by the water crisis can register and get updates here.
Information from the State of Michigan about current water conditions, where and how to get filters and the timeline of the water emergency.
Information from the City of Flint about current water conditions, where and how to get filters and the timeline of the water emergency.
Annual reports from the City.
Free app created by the University of Michigan and Google. It provides information about lead-testing results, water testing, where pipes have been replaced and the location of distribution centers for water and filters.
EPA documents related to Flint drinking water.
Article by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha on the public health aspects of the lead exposure of children in Flint, from January 2016.
EPA Publication on the importance of faster notification about water emergencies
Local singer, songwriter and performance artist Tunde Olaniran writing in the Washington Post with a first person account of living in Flint during the water crisis.
ONE YEAR LATER: An update on the recommendations of the Michigan Civil Rights Commission.