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COVID-19 Information Sharing Project

This is a project of the Friends of Royal Oak Township, Inc. and the Greater Detroit Association of Black Social Workers, Inc. It is funded in part by United Way for Southeastern Michigan.

Through our information sharing, our goal is to assist individuals and families who need access to valuable resources which may otherwise be unavailable due to limited or no access during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and State of Emergency. Our objectives are to provide national, state, county, local, and agency. resource information. 


For more information, please contact 844.443.2279 or COVID19@forot.org.

Historical Project -

Seeking Participants

FOROT originally conceived as a FOROT Historical Preservation initiative, has expanded to include multiple partnering organizations. 


The recently launched 2-year transformative project: “Truth Toward Reconciliation: The Vision, Journey, and Voices of Royal Oak Charter Township.”  is seeking individuals to participate. 


For more information contact TTR@forot.org.


COVID-19 Test Finder Website, Partnership with Michigan 211 Makes it Even Easier for Residents to be Tested;  Michiganders can go online/call to find closest sites 


LANSING, MICH. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is making it easier than ever for residents to find nearby COVID-19 testing sites and to register to be tested – whether they are internet-savvy or prefer to use the telephone. 

MDHHS has launched a new online test finder tool at Michigan.gov/CoronavirusTest with filters that allow users to find the closest testing sites that meet their needs. Using these new filters, Michiganders can easily locate test sites that are no cost, that test people who do not have symptoms, that do not require a doctor’s order, or are for uninsured individuals. For select testing sites, users can schedule an appointment online.  

The department also announced it is working with Michigan 211 to help residents find test sites and register for testing over the telephone. Anyone who calls the Michigan COVID-19 hotline Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 888-535-6136, and presses 1 will be transferred automatically to a 211 operator who can help the caller find testing sites and, for select sites, schedule an appointment. 

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Health And Wellness Promotion,
Cultural Enrichment, Urban Agriculture,
Community Engagement
And Historical Preservation.

     Friends of Royal Oak Township, Inc. (FOROT) is a 501c3 community-based, volunteer driven, non-profit organization and not an entity of the municipality of the Charter Township of Royal Oak. 

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