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Troy School District Homeschooling and Tutors
Troy School District’s comprehensive list of resources
Troy Tutors (average Troy tutoring rate is $16 per hour)
Troy School District K-5 Media Extended Learning Opportunities
Local Troy businesses selling masks:
You can pick up masks from this seller’s home in Troy (but make sure you first message the seller)
Master Drapery in Troy - click on ‘About’ for contact information
Lace Boutique in Troy - click on ‘About’ for contact information
TSD Cares (Troy School District) - funds raised will be used for groceries and other basic needs for students and their families during this time
A list of item to donate from the Troy School District
Gleaners Food Bank - providing households in southeast Michigan with access to sufficient, nutritious food and related resources. You can donate money to give a quarantine box for seniors.
GiveDirectly - giving cash grants directly to families on SNAP in areas highest hit by COVID-19
Direct Relief - providing medical equipment / PPE to frontline workers and EMS workers
Frontline Responders Fund - buying and delivering PPE and ventilators to medical facilities
Support We Need
Free groceries to pick up for households with children
Free grocery delivery program for individuals over the age of 80
Grocery Delivery Services
You can buy groceries on Amazon. You can get a free 2-hour delivery if you purchase a prime membership through Amazon
You can buy groceries on Instacart. Groceries can be delivered to your doorstep in as little as 1 hour
Local Michigan produce delivered
Grocery Stores Accommodating the Needs of Seniors
Trader Joe's opens its doors exclusively to seniors every day from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Walgreen’s senior hour is Tuesdays from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Walmart is offering a shopping hour from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. every Tuesday for customers 60 and over.
Target's first open hour on Wednesdays is reserved for seniors and those with underlying health concerns.
Michigan Economic Development Corporation Resources
Unemployment site with resources
From State Senator Mallory McMorrow: Scroll down the website until you find unemployment information. Her office can help by sending in a contact form to the Unemployment Insurance Agency, asking the department to reach out to you. Please read her instructions carefully, and she will help you get your unemployment benefits sooner.
Oakland County is now offering drive-through COVID-19 testing for all residents with or without symptoms
Michigan Works! is working with the state’s Unemployment Insurance Agency to assist Michigan residents with questions about filing for unemployment and about job searches
Career counseling and coaching in Troy
News and announcements from Governor Whitmer
Need help with housing or paying bills?
Domestic Violence and Mental Health Resources
Child abuse and neglect:
Dial 911 or 855-444-3911
HAVEN Oakland County:
Community Care Services Crisis Line:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: