COVID-19 Virus Response
The COVID-19 Virus is a growing and changing health crisis. Staying informed and up-to-date through the Center for Disease Control, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and so many other resources can be challenging. We remain committed to our mission and what can be done to continue to be good corporate citizens, neighbors, and employers. We are working diligently to do our part to protect people and slow the spread of the virus. At this time, we want to let you know about how you can help us help our residents.
Call 2-1-1 for information about community resources in your area.
Call your doctor or Spectrum Health’s COVID-19 hotline at 616-391-2380 or 833-559-0659 to schedule a free virtual screening if you are experiencing symptoms.
Call 9-1-1 if you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency
Resident Resources List
Dwelling Place has properties across four counties in West Michingan and we are committed to providing the most update to date information for our residents and neighbors. We have created county specific resource lists and each week we are updating them to include current and verified resources that can help our residents through this difficult time. These lists are also emailed to residents and posted in the lobbies of our buildings.
If you are aware of any other resources or information, please email our Community Building and Engagement staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Give to Dwelling Place through our AmazonSmileResidentWishList
Dwelling Place needs your help replenishing our Welcome Baskets! Harrison Park Apartments and Pine Avenue Apartments are newly built properties and we are continuing to move new residents in amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. When a families and individuals move into our properties, we welcome them with a basket full of household items donated by community partners like you. Items include household cleaner, laundry detergent, dish soap, toilet paper, soap, towles, and pillows.
At the beginning of this pandemic, we had an abundance of these items. Many of our residents are on fixed incomes, rely on public transportation, or are vulnerable to the virus and therefore could not run out to the store and stock up on items like toilet paper or household cleaner. Therefore, we distributed items from our welcome baskets to meet the needs of our residents.
By purchasing items on this AmazonSmileResidentWishList you are supporting residents who are in need of basic items to help them during this difficult time. You are also helping us to restock our Welcome Baskets to greet families are they move into their new apartments and townhomes.