Information & Assistance
Our call center is a resource hub connecting seniors to resources
Nutrition & Food
Home delivered meals are available to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities.
Adult Care Services
Resources to help older adults find long-term care services, adult foster care, home healthcare, or transitional services.
As senior populations grow throughout Southeastern Michigan, we continue to advocate on behalf of our senior communities to ensure that they have access to the resources and services that allow them to thrive. Watch this important conversation with Senator Gary Peters.
Social factors such as limited access to nutrition, housing, healthcare, social services, quality water, adequate income, education, mental health services, overall neighborhood conditions, and other factors influence 60-70% of the health and well-being of an individual and their surrounding community.