Phone: (734) 572-5777
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
- 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)