The GLBMA has gathered some well-being and mental health resources to help our manufacturers with today's workforce. We want everyone to access the resources to assist employees in crisis. Please share two critical hotlines. The 211 United Way Michigan assistance line and the National Suicide 988 Hotline will direct you to the nearest organization that can help you in your community. We hope to work together on everyone's well-being by sharing these resources. Check out the state, regional, and local numbers (shared below) for help to assist your employees.
State regional local contact numbers (docx)Download
Michigan United Way 211 System (pdf)Download
Fisher Mental Health Kick-Off - updated (pdf)Download
Mental Health Resources_First Aid (pdf)Download
Mental Health Assessment Tool and Strategy for Building a Mental Health Program (xlsx)Download
Mental Health Resources Appendix b (pdf)Download
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Great Lakes Bay Health Centers (pdf)Download
Available by contacting Rob Vallentine, Executive in Residence, Saginaw Valley State University at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-948-5648 or learn more by Visiting MentalHealthFirstAid.org
The Red Cross provides Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), Basic Life Support (BSL), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), Babysitting, and First Aid trainings online and in-person.
Available by contacting our Regional Red Cross Office at 810-232-1401 or redcross.org/local/michigan
General and specialized safety training is available through the Great Lakes Safety Training Center. They also can process background check for new hires.
They can be reached at glstc.org or 989-837-2332.
Provided periodically by Families Against Narcotics
They can be reached email@example.com
PartnerShift Network provides several programs from training, on-site coaching, as well as selected Michelle McQuid Group trainings.
Contact for the ParnterShift Network is 989-399-0016, or
firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.partnershiftnetwork.com.
Trainings focused on building a better workplace, communities, and lives. Based out of Australia the Michelle Mcquaid is a leading source for mental health and balanced work life through the LEAD movement. A variety of classes and workplace survey is available locally by contacting Partnershift Network.