Information for our sickle cell community during the COVID-19 pandemic
Information surrounding COVID-19 changes rapidly. We'll continue providing updates here.
What our Sickle Cell Community Needs to Know About the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from SCDAA
Be prepared, not scared!
We encourage sickle cell patients to follow the guidance provided in the national Sickle Cell Disease Association of America's Health Alert and for everyone to practice sanitation and cleaning practices advised by the CDC, including avoiding crowds and gatherings (events, parties, church, etc.). Be aware that the virus can live on some surfaces for 2-3 days, and on clothing for unknown periods of time. Contact your doctor if you experience symptoms or have been in contact with COVID-19.
Do you need medical insurance? Or a primary care physician (PCP)? Are you feeling underprepared or overwhelmed? SCDAA-MI staff is still working to meet your needs - just remotely. Please contact us with questions or for assistance at (313) 864-4406 or (800) 842-0973 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information about COVID-19
If you've been exposed to COVID-19
Resources for daily life during the pandemic
If you need assistance navigating any of the services or resources listed above, please contact us:
Detroit/SE Mich: (313) 864-4406 or (800)-842-0973
Children's Hospital SC Clinic: (313) 745-5613
Sickle Cell Trait Counseling: (313) 451-0014
School/Job Assistance: (734) 494-2119
Contact our nearest satellite office:
Adult Clinic Caseworker at DMC : (313) 864-4406
Benton Harbor/Kalamazoo Area: (313) 505-4081
Grand Rapids/Muskegon Area: (616) 426-9259 Jackson/Lansing Area: (800) 842-0973
Saginaw/Flint Area: (989) 372-0256