After being in the works for well over a year, the Flint Registry is now active and ready to help residents affected by the water crisis.

This morning, we had Ebony and Nicole in from the newly-launched Flint Registry to tell us what it's all about, who should sign up and why.

The registry is a voluntary program that was created to put Flint residents who have been affected by the water crisis in touch with local resources. Everything from water testing, pipe replacement, children's resources, nutrition, jobs, help centers, etc.

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, who we like to call "Flint's fairy godmother," is at the forefront of this initiative. For more information and to sign up, click HERE.