Resources for Faith Organizations

The Michigan Interfaith Coalition is trying to help injured persons, families and providers by compiling a list of needed resources. This section aims to help connect faith leaders with one another, while providing useful information to meet our advocacy goals.

It is our duty as faith leaders to care for the most vulnerable in our society, by acting with compassion, kindness and love.

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Family Stories

Stories about injured persons and their families, and the effect of PA-21/PA-22 on their care, finances, stability and well being.

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Provider Stories

Stories about the impact of PA-21/PA-22 on medical and home care providers.

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Other Information

General information about legislative action, facts, news articles, and efforts from other organizations.

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Can you suggest other resources for injured persons and their families? Are you a provider still willing to accept auto insurance?

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Latest Resources for Faith Organizations

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Episcopal Diocese of Michigan

  An Episcopal Church diocese in South East Michigan consisting of 75 congregations and over 17,000 baptized members. The Episcopal Diocese of Michigan is the first organization to join the Michigan Interfaith

Southern Baptist Convention

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The Coalition to Protect Auto No-Fault

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This list has not been verified and is not endorsed by the Michigan Interfaith Coalition.