Services like Meals on Wheels, home care, or transportation can play a big part in helping make sure seniors can live comfortably and safely in any place they call home—whether that’s their own home or apartment, an assisted living facility or with family caregivers. These services can give families the extra help they need to fully care for an older loved one. Not sure of what services would work for your family? Call our Information and Assistance Telephone Line at (800) 852-7795 and get help from one of our trained and certified resource specialists.
Our Information and Assistance Telephone Line is staffed by experts who can help you find and access the programs and services available for seniors and their families in southeast Michigan.Read More
Government-funded direct care programs can give older adults the extra help and support they need to stay living safely at home. Explore our Community Living and MI Choice Medicaid Waiver programs.Read More
Meals on Wheels helps provide a hot meal and a friendly visitor every weekday to thousands of homebound seniors in southeast Michigan.Read More
Dining programs, held in community venues throughout our six-county region, provide a low-cost, nutritious meal and a chance to connect, have fun and socialize.Read More
Our myride2 program helps seniors understand their mobility options, plan for when they can no longer drive and find transportation.Read More
Our Long Term Care Ombudsman Program advocates for the residents of nursing homes and other licensed long-term care facilities.Read More
Senior centers can be a great place for older adults to connect with resources, socialize, take a class, get involved, exercise and explore new hobbies. Find your local senior center here.Read More