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  • The Official Website of the Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union

    There is now a single point of contact for first responder mental health resources in the State of Michigan!! Wayne State University is launching the Frontline strong together website and phone #. The website is
    You can go there and get peer support contacts from across the state for yourself or if you need a CISM/peer support team to come out after a traumatic run, get mental health professionals, contact info as well who work with first responders that can help you through a tough time.
    You also can either call +1 833-347-8766 or click on the link on the website and you will be connected 24/7 to a operator who is also a crisis counselor if you are in crisis or need help.
    These operators are not only for those in a crisis, they can connect you with peer support, cism/peer support, traumatic call out and mental health professionals. In addition, they have resources for financial help, child care, substance abuse, caretakers and much more. These resources are for the first responders and their families. Please go to the website and use these resources. Now every first responder in the state of Michigan can get help and resources 24/7!!!.
    Firefighters from the MPFFU helped to shape how this website and phone number worked and designed. If you use this and have any problems, contact

    Governor Whitmer Signs SB 249 Creating More Opportunities to Obtain Paramedic Training

    Thank you Senator Hertel, MPFFU President Matthew Sahr, MPFFU EMS Committee Chairman Monty Nye, and MPFFU Lobbyist

    Melissa McKinley for all of your hard work in getting this bill introduced and passed into law.

    Now our next challenge is HB 4688.  Staffing should be a mandatory subject of bargaining.


    2024 Fire Fighter Day at MDA Summer Camp 

    Devoted fire fighters like you help make MDA Summer Camp possible for kids and young adults with neuromuscular disease. At Summer Camp, anything is possible, and campers experience an incredible week of connecting with the outdoors, trying new things, and building lifelong friendships. Thanks to your support, campers get to experience the magic of MDA Summer Camp at no cost to their families.
    Join us at MDA Summer Camp for a life-changing day of fun and adventure as you experience and participate in the magic of camp!  


    3335 Lakeshore Rd, Lexington, MI 48450
    2:00PM - 4:30PM

    Visit Details
    Check-in will begin at 2pm and then we will play a baseball game with the campers. Please note that cell phone service is very limited at camp. 

    Your RSVP is requested by 6/14/2024. Click on this link to RSVP:

    MDA Summer Camp 101
    The MDA Summer Camp Program, operating for nearly 70 years, is a week-long, residential camp program available to youth ages 8-17 living with a neuromuscular disease. The program offers session options at fully accessible recreation facilities across the nation. Regardless of the session location, MDA Summer Camp is an inclusive environment where campers can freely express who they are and fully participate in both traditional and theme-based summer camp activities, adapted for all abilities. Sessions are lead, planned and implemented by MDA's Recreation Programs team, a group of professionals with experience leading recreation programs. While the MDA Summer Camp Program operates on national standards, each session may look and operate differently depending on facility requirements, facility features, facility staffing, number of program participants, volunteer support, etc.

    Please contact me with any questions! 

    Stacey Breitlow

    Manager, Fire Fighter Partnerships
    Phone: (517) 974-0975

    MPFFU LEGISLATIVE LOG - May 17, 2024

    Rep. Mai Xiong (D-13) and Rep. Peter Herzberg (D-25) were seated Tuesday bringing Democrats back up to full majority with 56 -54 votes.

    This week both the House and Senate began moving budgets out of the appropriations committees.   The legislature plans to pass their respective budgets in the next two weeks.  This will allow the budgets to be placed in conference committee to begin work finalizing the FY 25 budget.  We do expect budgets to be completed by the middle of June.  Next week, leadership has asked for any work in the policy committees to be paused thus there are no committee meetings posted for next week.

    Why We Need to Be Involved in Politics

    Watch this two minute video as MPFFU President Matt Sahr joins with other IAFF leaders to discuss why Fire PAC is important.

    2023 Annual Report for the MPFFU Podcast

    We are pleased to present the 2023 Annual Report for the MPFFU Podcast. This document provides an overview of the podcast, episode descriptions, QR codes, and links to all MPFFU Podcast content.  In addition, this document provides an overview of the MPFFU Podcast YouTube and audio-only platform analytics. Take a few minutes to review it and save it for future reference.  Click here to view the report.


    MPFFU License Plate Policy

    MPFFU License Plate Application


    MPFFU License Plate

    The main office of the Secretary of State will now contact the MPFFU to verify your membership as an active member or retiree in our organization prior to mailing your new or replacement MPFFU license plate. Please call 734-675-0206 if you have any questions. 

    If you see a non-member with the MPFFU plate on their vehicle, please contact the MPFFU with the plate number.  The SOS will require the non-member to return the plate within 30 days.

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    Upcoming Events

    Member Orientation Class
    Jun 20, 2024
    Shelby Twp Fire Station #1
    IAFF Convention
    Aug 26, 2024
    Boston Convention Center
    3rd District Meeting
    Sep 09, 2024
    The H Hotel in Midland
    MPFFU Executive Board + Committee Mtgs
    Sep 30, 2024
    Suburban Showplace - Novi
    MPFFU /IAFF Leadership Training
    Oct 28, 2024
    Suburban Showplace - Novi
    MPFFU Executive Board Meeting
    Dec 09, 2024
    Suburban Showplace - Novi
    MPFFU Committee Meetings
    Dec 10, 2024
    Suburban Showplace - Novi


    IAFF Center of Excellence  - 855-524-4022

    Suicide Prevention Information

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    • Click here for information on Michigan Statewide and Congressional elections
    • Click here for information on Michigan State House of Representatives elections
    • Click here for information on Michigan State Senate elections

    1. Visit the MPFFU online store to pay with a credit card for your district meeting or MPFFU Convention registrations. 

    2. Locals on autopay can send an email to to have their registration fees deducted from their auto-pay account.  (this is the preferred method)

    3. Checks can be mailed to MPFFU, 1651 Kingsway Ct. Ste E, Trenton, MI 48183

    Fire Pac

    Join MPFFU FIRE PAC Now - Sign-up online by clicking here.

    Click here for manual auto-deduction form

    Union Liability Insurance and Bonding Insurance
    Karen Feger
    Phone 410-602-2000

    Our mission is to provide as an added member benefit to the IAFF Affiliate Locals—A Limit of Directors & Officers Liability and Employment Practices Liability coverage at an affordable price with a simple application and underwriting process via a Group Purchasing Product.  Does your Local Union need Liability Insurance? 

    American Income Life Insurance Company Information

    New Contact:  Lisa Bennett - 616-635-7554

    About the Program

    What is Provided at No Cost

    FAQ's about the Program

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    Sign up for AIL Plus - NEW!!!
    today at no cost!
    Members can save 10% to 85% on
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    MPFFU Fundraising Information

    The Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union employs two fundraising companies (United Partners Outreach Inc. & Frontline Services) that call residents and businesses across the State to raise funds for our organization. 

    This is an on-going program that enables the general public to voluntarily support our organization and the services we provide.   Please contact us at 734-675-0206 if you have any questions about the program.

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    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

    Welcome to MIOSHA!
    click here
1651 Kingsway Ct., Suite E
Trenton, MI 48183

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