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Laurie Lutomski
Community Resource Coordinator
[email protected]

Community Resources

Search or browse the list of links below for resources in the community that are available to you.
Community Resource Links
Bill Assistance in Washtenaw County
Citizen Cyber Program
Ypsilanti Township Partners with SensCy for Citizen Cyber Program
On February 2, 2024, the Ypsilanti Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved awarding the Citizen Cyber Educational Awareness program to the Washtenaw County-based cybersecurity organization, SensCy. They will provide cybersecurity training both for employees and residents. The Township received an impressive response from 25 vendors in response to the Request for Proposals, which highlights the growing concern of cyber security.

This partnership’s first event took place on April 1, 2024 at the Ypsilanti Township Civic Center. This innovative partnership is the first of its kind, offering up to 10,000 residents free cybersecurity awareness training. Supervisor Brenda Stumbo kicked off the meeting and shared that the increased number of residents she has heard from who have fallen victim to cyber threats inspired this idea. Then, SensCy’s Chief Client Success Officer David Behen gave his Cybersecurity 101 Presentation, where on April Fools Day he gave vital information to help residents to not “Be Fooled by Cyber Criminals.” 

Supervisor Stumbo further stated that the response from the 55 residents who attended was overwhelmingly positive, with one stating that it was a great use of taxpayer money. Out of those 55 residents, 39 have signed up for the Citizen Cyber Program, which will deliver cybersecurity information awareness training straight to their email. All Ypsilanti Township residents are encouraged to sign up for this great, free opportunity. 

Sign up for the Citizen Cyber Program
Receive Cybersecurity Information Awareness Training straight to your email.
Sign up for the Program or please call 734.544.4000 (ext 6).

A limited quantity of adult and children KN95 masks and iHealth COVID testing kits are ready for pick-up at two locations:
  • Civic Center (7200 S. Huron River Dr.)
  • Community Center (2025 E. Clark Rd.)
Please note that iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests have a shelf-life extension granted by the FDA on January 11, 2023 from 12-months to 15-months. Tests labeled with lot number 221CO20820 and printed expiration date 2023-08-19 now expire on 2023-11-19. More Information

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) encourages Michiganders to get free COVID-19 at-home tests through the federal government’s COVID-19 tests website and provides additional information about state-specific testing resources.
Employment Resources
Financial Assistance: Budgeting & Money Management
Food Resources
Health/Mental Health Services
Holiday Assistance Programs
Homeless Services
Housing Repair Services
Legal Services
Pet Programs
Police Resources
Red Med Disposal Box

A Red Med Disposal Box is available in the Lobby of the Community Center (2025 E. Clark Rd.). Ypsilanti Township and the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office have installed a dedicated permanent medication collection box that provides residents with safe and convenient access to properly dispose of their unused over the counter and prescription medications!


  • Expired and unused medication
  • Over-the-counter medication
  • Medication samples
  • Pet medications
  • Medicated ointments/lotions/drops
  • Unopened epi-pens

The Box DOES NOT accept:

  • Needles/lancets/syringes
  • Inhalers
  • Thermometers
  • Aerosol cans
  • Personal care products
  • Used epi-pens
  • Bloody or infectious waste
  • Business waste
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Empty containers
  • Electronic devices (diabetes testers, etc.)
  • IV bags
Resource Guides
Road Maintenance Resources
Senior Services
Storm Drain Resources
Substance Abuse & Recovery Resources

Online Recovery Meetings

Free Naloxone Nasal Spray Community Distribution Program
Naloxone can quickly and safely reverse the potentially fatal effects of an opioid overdose.

Request at the front desk:
  • Civic Center (7200 S. Huron River Dr.)
  • Community Center (2025 E. Clark Rd.)
Questions? Contact 734.544.4000 (ext 6) or [email protected]
Utility Assistance & Information
Veteran Services
Youth/Family Services
Other Resources