Addison Township homebound residents can get assistance in getting their COVID-19 vaccinations. The Oakland County Health Department has partnered with Ready Nursing Solutions in administering the vaccinations following the State guidelines. Please call 810-331-0902 or register on line by completing the Patient Intake Form at https://oaklandcountyvaccine.com/appointments/. To do so, scroll down to "Homebound Residents" Click on the "Patient Intake Form" link. Under "What Organization Are You Apart Of ?" select 'Oaklnd County Residents - Homebound". A Ready Nursing Solutions Representative will contact you directly to schedule / make an appointment.
For assistance in dealing with the Gypsy Moth egg masses visit https://mediaspace.msu.edu/media/Gypsy+Moth+Webinar+-+February+23%2C+2021/1_el6ta3ub . Also the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for invasive species https://www.michigan.gov/invasives/0,5664,7-324-68002_71241-379403--,00.html There are videos on youtube of people wrapping duct tape and/or burlap around the base of the trees to stop the female caterpillars from crawling up the trees. Others have used a bacteria (Bacillus Thuringiensis) insecticide/pesticide treatment to spray around the ground base of the tree. Youtube also has videos on properly removing and disposal of the larva/egg masses.
Need help paying your winter heating bills, call 211 for assistance or go to their website https;//www.mi211.org/
CURRENT INFORMATION ON THE COVID-19 IS LISTED BELOW.
CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION (CDC)
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
OAKLAND COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
In an effort to help senior citizens (age 60 or older) and individuals with underlying health conditions reduce their risk of being exposed to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), please contact us for information on how we can help to obtain food and other essentials from local grocery stores. (248) 628-5409
Senior Program Activities have been reopened at the Senior Center in the Township Offices. Please contact Marie May at (248) 628-3388 for a list of the programs for assistance.