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Adult Day Centers

A Safe Place for a Loved One When You Can’t Be There

An important update regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak:

Many of the Adult Day Service Centers we help support are temporarily closed. Please contact the Adult Day Service Center your loved one attends for the most current information. For more information on AAA 1-B’s coronavirus response and resources and information to help older adults and family caregivers, visit our coronavirus updates page.

Adult day service centers offer weekday care for older adults who can’t be left alone or unsupervised due to dementia or an inability to care for themselves. Participants come to the center on a regular basis while their family members work, run errands or simply take a break. These centers can be a huge help for family caregivers.

Watch to see how the Brown Center, one of the Adult Day centers that the AAA 1-B helps to fund, impacts the lives of people living with dementia and their caregivers.

Brown Center FINAL AAA1B version from Evolution Media LLC on Vimeo.


Attending an adult day service center offers your loved one a great opportunity to get out of the house and socialize.  Many programs offer stimulating activities, like art and music, which are tailored to those with Alzheimer’s, dementia or physical limitations. Lunch and snacks are often included (check to see if there is an additional cost), and some centers offer transportation to and from the center, physical therapy, medication reminders/administration, or help with personal care and hygiene.

Drop-in services are not typically available, so call ahead of time.  Attendees usually follow a regular schedule, coming in a few hours a week, one day a week or every weekday. Some centers offer evening or weekend hours.

You’ll have to check with the center to make sure it is able to accommodate your loved one’s needs. For example, does he need help eating or using the bathroom? Does she need medication during the day? Does he sometimes engage in challenging behaviors? People at the end stages of Alzheimer’s or the advanced stages of dementia or chronic illness may not a good fit for an adult day services. Ask if you’re not sure.

The Area Agency on Aging 1-B (AAA 1-B) provides direct funding to help support the operations of some adult day services in our six-county region. Some of these may offer a reduced fee to families that have a financial need. Contact the center to see if you qualify.

Adult day service centers that receive funding from the AAA 1-B are located in Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, Clinton Township, Howell, Monroe, Port Huron, St. Clair Shores and Southfield. The AAA 1-B also works directly with some other adult day service centers in the area to provide services to people that participate in AAA 1-B care programs. The adult day service centers with which the AAA 1-B has a relationship are listed below.

Livingston County

Livingston County Catholic Charities
Be Our Guest
(This center may offer a reduced rate to those with financial need)

2020 E. Grand River Avenue
Howell, MI
PHONE: (517) 546-9910

Macomb County

Clinton Township
Macomb County Golden Berry

(This center may offer a reduced rate to those with financial need)

21885 Dunham Road, Suite 6
Clinton Twp., MI  48036
PHONE: (586) 469-5580

St. Clair Shores
Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan

(This center may offer a reduced rate to those with financial need)
27113 Harper Avenue., Suite B
St. Clair Shores, MI
PHONE: (586) 412-8494

Sterling Heights
13425 19 Mile Road, Suite 500
Sterling Heights, MI  48313
PHONE:  (586) 731-2273

Monroe County

Frenchtown Senior Services, Inc.
Frenchtown Adult Day Services

(This center may offer a reduced rate to those with financial need)
2786 Vivian Road
Monroe, MI  48162
PHONE: (734) 243-6210

Oakland County

Auburn Hills
Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan
(This center may offer a reduced rate to those with financial need)
3300 S. Adams Road
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
PHONE: (248) 537-3300 x3803

The Friendship Club (located in the Bloomfield Township Senior Center)
Open to Bloomfield Township residents and their family members
4315 Andover Road
Bloomfield Township, MI 48302
PHONE: (248) 723-3530

Farmington Hills
City of Farmington Hills Costick Activities Center
Senex Adult Day Services

28600 Eleven Mile Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48336
PHONE: (248) 473-1826

Alzheimer’s Association—Greater Michigan Chapter
(This center may offer a reduced rate to those with financial need)

25200 Telegraph Road, Suite 100
Southfield, MI  48033-2543
PHONE: (248) 996-1034

JVS Human Services
Brown Adult Day Services, Southfield

29699 Southfield Road
Southfield MI 48076
PHONE: (248) 233-4390

Waterford Senior Center
Encore Adult Day Service

3621 Pontiac Lake Road
Waterford, MI 48328
PHONE: (248) 682-9450

West Bloomfield
Jewish Senior Life
Dorothy and Peter Brown Adult Day Services, West Bloomfield

6720 W. Maple Road
W. Bloomfield, MI 48322
PHONE: (248) 661-6390

St. Clair County

Port Huron
Council on Aging, Inc. serving St. Clair County
Star Path

(This center may offer a reduced rate to those with financial need)
600 Grand River
P.O. Box 611927
Port Huron, MI  48060
PHONE: (810) 984-8970

Washtenaw County

Ann Arbor
University of Michigan Turner Resource Center
Silver Club
2401 Plymouth Road, Suite C
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
PHONE: (734) 998-9352

Evangelical Homes of Michigan/Brecon Village
Dotti’s Place

101 Brecon Drive
Saline, MI  48176
PHONE: (734) 295-9822 x 1185

There are many other centers throughout southeast Michigan. Need additional help finding an adult day center near you? The AAA 1-B’s Information & Assistance telephone line can help. You can call Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm at (800) 852-7795.