FLINT, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Molina Healthcare of Michigan (“Molina”) is responding to the catastrophic flooding in mid-Michigan with a $100,000 donation to the United Way of Midland County. Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared a State of Emergency in central Michigan after two dams failed following heavy rainfall this week.
“Michiganians have endured difficult times in recent weeks, and we hope this donation will ease some burdens,” said Christine Surdock, plan president of Molina Healthcare of Michigan. “The funds will support immediate relief efforts as Molina continues to provide trusted service for our members, providers, and communities.”
The donation will help provide shelter, food, and supplies for approximately 10,000 residents displaced. Molina team members are actively reaching out to affected members in the region to offer support and guidance.
“United Way of Midland County is beyond thankful for Molina Healthcare’s generous donation of $100,000 to support our local flood relief efforts,” said Holly Miller, executive director of United Way of Midland County. “Support from organizations like Molina Healthcare make it possible to provide our community with essential emergency resources, support, and hope amidst the recent flood event and COVID-19 response. We are grateful to Molina Healthcare.”
For information about benefits or general assistance, Molina members can call (888) 898-7969.
About Molina Healthcare of Michigan
Since 1997, Molina Healthcare of Michigan has been providing government-funded care for low-income individuals. As of March 31, 2020, the company serves approximately 362,000 members through Medicaid, Medicare, Medicare-Medicaid (Duals) and Health Insurance Exchange programs throughout Michigan. For more information, visit molinahealthcare.com.