Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union Endorsements
The August primary is now completed and over 90% of the candidates the MPFFU endorsed were successful. Thank-you to everyone that took the time to vote. Check back for a list of our endorsements for the November 3rd General Election. You can also find out how to submit for an application to obtain your no-reason absentee ballot when they become available by clicking here.
2020 Michigan House of Representative Candidates Seeking Endorsement:
WSU Psychiatry extends free mental health service to state's police, firefighters and immediate families
Subscribe to the State of Michigan’s COVID-19 website here. The state is also operating a coronavirus hotline at (888) 535-6136. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control updates information and resources here.
MPFFU Assists with a Study to Learn About PFAS Levels in Fire Fighters
A grant was recently awarded to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, to study PFAS levels in firefighters across the state. The State Fire Marshal and the MPFFU have been assisting with developing the study and to educate our membership on why they are needed to be involved in it. View this webinar to learn more about how the study will be conducted and what firefighters will be asked to take part in it.
IAFF-FC and Aetna have teamed up to offer IAFF retired fire fighters and their spouses comprehensive Medicare Advantage plans. Click here to learn more.
What's New at MPFFU A021 Fire Fighters Assistance Program
Confidential FFAP Hotline: 1.888.731.FIRE Available 24/7
Free CONFIDENTIAL telephone assistance for MPFFU members, retirees, and their families
Get answers to your questions and concerns.
Find resoucres for information, treatment, and support.
Know your conversation is confidential.
Get referrals to quality professional care.
Click here for a recent article about suicide in the fire service.
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.