When Everyone Counts.
Everyone Wins!​

Hey, Michigan,
​Your voice does count. Filling out the census is quick, easy, confidential and it helps you and your family more than you know. Things like school lunches, medical care and educational programs all need your help to get the most funding possible.
Be sure to fill out the census in the spring of 2020.

Your Information is Safe and Confidential

Has anyone ever told you not to fill out the census?

Don’t let rumors, misunderstandings or misinformation prevent you from getting access to the valuable programs you need to help you and your family. It’s the law that your personal census information cannot and will not be shared with any agency. The census is confidential, so let your voice be heard.

Curious about the nine questions on the census?

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Food Programs

Do your children eat breakfast and lunch at school?

If your kids rely on school lunch programs you’ll want to make sure that your entire family is counted on the census in the spring of 2020. Helpful food assistance programs can only be fully funded when everyone in your home is counted.

Curious about the nine questions on the census?

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Education Programs

Do your schools rely on money for education programs?

Head Start, special education and Title I for school funding all benefit from a complete and accurate census. In order to get the most funding for your kids’ schools, we need your help. Be sure to count each and every one of your children so schools can benefit. And when schools benefit, your children do, too.

Curious about the nine questions on the census?

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Medical Care

Do you or your kids ever get sick and need to go to the doctor?

Every person in Michigan deserves the opportunity to be healthy. Life-saving medical care programs like MIChild, Medicaid and Medicare all depend on being counted in the census. It’s important that you fill it out in the spring of 2020 so you and your entire family can get proper medical care when you need it.

Curious about the nine questions on the census?

Check them out

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