Office of Public Health

Public Health Navigators connect residents with a variety of community resources. Contact us to get the help you need today.

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Public Health Front Desk

Faith Groesbeck (She/Her)

Public Health Manager

Latrese Brown (She/Her)

Lead Public Health Navigator

Mario Garcia Wells (They/Them)

Public Health Navigator

Office of Public Health

Mission Statement

The Office of Public Health will be prepared, create partnerships, nurture trust, share information, facilitate communication, and build relationships toward public health.

Vision Statement

An environment where everyone who lives, works, studies, travels, and plays within the City of Flint, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, income, sexual orientation, religion, ability, country of origin, or language spoken, can thrive.

Core Values

  • Honesty
  • Justice
  • Community

Non-Discrimination Policy

The City of Flint does not discriminate in its programs and activities based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, veteran status, or other protected status.

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Things We Do

You can contact us at (810) 410-2020 if you need:

  • Help finding resources for yourself or someone else
  • To connect with likeminded people trying to improve the City of Flint
  • A water filtration system or refills
  • Questions or education about the quality of your water or a testing kit
  • Public health concerns within the City of Flint
  • Resources to help with water or other utility payment assistance
  • Information about partnering on a project or for an event
  • Assistance signing up for the Flint Registry
  • Support with getting your lead service line replaced
  • Information about the Water System Advisory Council and meeting times
  • Help with efforts to increase social cohesion and civic engagement
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How can we help you?

Please take our survey to tell us how we can help you. Please share as much information as you feel comfortable. By gathering information from the people who come to us, we can better serve the entire community. Everything you share is confidential. We will only share your information for the purpose of making a referral and only with your permission.

Community Resources

Resource Description Actions
Advocacy/ Language Services Open File | Download
Child Care Open File | Download
Community Engagement Open File | Download
Covid-19 Open File | Download
Current Data & Statistics Open File | Download
Developmental & Intellectual Disabilities Support Open File | Download
Domestic & Sexual Violence Open File | Download
Education & Promotion Open File | Download
Emerging Diseases Open File | Download
Environmental Concerns Open File | Download
Food Services Open File | Download
Housing Open File | Download
Legal Services Open File | Download
LGBTQIA+ Open File | Download
Mental Health Open File | Download
Racism as a Public Health Crisis Open File | Download
Senior Services Open File | Download
Sexual Health Open File | Download
Substance Abuse Open File | Download
Tobacco Reduction Cessation Open File | Download
Utility & Prevention Assistance Open File | Download
Voting Open File | Download
Water Resources Open File | Download

Public Health News

Flint residents invited to apply to serve on ARPA Community Advisory Committee

Flint residents who are interested in serving on Flint’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Community Advisory Committee are invited to submit an application for consideration. Applications are due by 5 p.m. EST on Thursday, January 5, 2023.

City of Flint agrees to adopt changes to NRDC, Concerned Pastors settlement agreement

EPA grants funding extension for Flint water service line replacement

EPA grants funding extension for Flint water service line replacement

Flint’s first ever secondary pipeline successfully delivers safe drinking water to residents for seven weeks while neighboring communities experience service disruptions and boil-water alerts.

City of Flint switching back to primary water source after GLWA water main break

Flint’s first ever secondary pipeline successfully delivers safe drinking water to residents for seven weeks while neighboring communities experience service disruptions and boil-water alerts.