| The Office of Public Health Preparedness (OPHP) is the emergency preparedness and response arm of the Michigan Department of Community Health. The office serves to protect the health of Michigan citizens before, during and after an emergency through the integration of public health and medical preparedness initiatives and by leveraging diverse partnerships. OPHP maintains a dual role in both preparedness planning and in emergency response. These activities encompass all hazards, including natural and man-made disasters, acts of bioterrorism, infectious disease outbreaks and other emergencies that impact the health of the public.
Explore the links below to learn more.
Click here for: Information on Medical Surge Planning, MI Volunteer Registry, Pharmaceutical Cache Development, and Emergency Preparedness Regions.
Click here for: Information about MIHAN, Risk Communication Materials, SNS, Tribal Governments, and Local Health Departments.
Click here for: Contains links to the MDCH training calendar, as well as other events and resources
Click here for: Information on the background and purpose of the Michigan Office of Public Health Preparedness as well as a list of our preparedness partners.
Click here for: Contact information for Bioterrorism Emergency Notification phone lines and the Office of Public Health Preparedness.
Click here for: Information, materials, and other resources for professional partners of OPHP.