Huron Valley PACE

Phone: (734) 572-5777
Website: huronvalleypace.org

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) provides services at a PACE Center. Participants’ social, medical and physical needs are coordinated by a team. PACE focuses on
preventive care in a person’s home. People who join a PACE program must receive their primary medical care through PACE, and will need to see a PACE doctor.

In addition to medical services, PACE participants also receive important social and supportive services, including:

  • Day center services and recreational activities
  • Social work services
  • Medical and day center transportation
  • Personal care, meals and home chores
  • Assistance with Activities of Daily Living in the center and in your home
  • Support groups and respite for family caregivers

Eligibility:

  • Financial eligibility requirements to receive services at no cost (See Huron Valley PACE website for all financial eligibility details).
  • 55 years of age or older,
  • Certified by the State of Michigan to need nursing home care
  • Able to live safely in the community at the time of enrollment with the support of PACE Southeast Michigan
  • Live in the Huron Valley PACE service area (as determined by zip code. See their website for full list of zip codes served)

We are now actively enrolling in our MI Choice In-home Care Program!

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