CAREGIVER SUPPORT & RESOURCES
NOTE!
If you are providing care to a hospice patient OR a loved one who is dying, please check under "Hospice Resources" for more help!  Medicare, Medicaid, along with Blue Cross / Blue Shield and other private insurance programs cover most or all of the cost of hospice care.  
If you do not qualify for Medicare or Medicaid, hospice care can still be available to you at 
little or no cost!  



STATE & FEDERAL PROGRAMS


A federally funded program designed to provide supportive services to caregivers.  NFCSP services are available through the following organizations in the Metro Detroit & Detroit areas:

Michigan Dept. of Attorney General   (to report abuse of any kind)
Phone:  517-373-1110
Website:  www.michigan.gov/ag


Well Spouse Association
63 West Main Street   Suite H
Freehold  NJ  07728
Phone:  800-838-0899  OR  732-577-8899                                                 
Website:www.wellspouse.org                                                      


Children of Aging Parents
PO Box 167
Richboro  PA  18954         
Phone:  800-227-7294                                                   
Website:  www.caps4caregivers.org        


Elder Web
Website:  www.elderweb.com


National Council on Aging
1901 L Street NW  4th floor
Washington DC  20036
Phone:  202-429-1200
Website:  www.ncoa.org                                                   


National Council on Aging Benefits CheckUp Site                                                                                           Website:www.benefitscheckup.org
Most helpful to those 55+ with a moderate or low-income.
Make sure you are receiving all the state and federal benefits 
you are entitled to!


Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP)               
Phone:  800-803-7174  
Speak FREE to a Medicaid/Medicare Educator and make 
sure you have the PROPER supplemental insurance for 
your particular medical and pharmacy needs AND the 
best price!!                                                              


Michigan Office of Services to the Aging    
P.O. Box 30676
Lansing MI  48909-8176                                
Phone:  517-373-8230                                     
Website:  www.michigan.gov/miseniors


National Alliance for Caregiving  
Phone:   301-718-8444       
Website:  www.caregiving.org
You can print out helpful brochures and reports and read reviews 
and ratings for more than 1,000 of the best caregiving books, videos, 
websites, etc.                                                                          


National Family Caregivers Association                          
Phone:  800-896-3650                                     
Website:  www.thefamilycaregiver.org                                                          


The Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation
3050 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL  33137
Phone: 888-OKLeeza
Email:  info@leezasplace.org
Website:  www.leezasplace.org     
Has centers around the country!           

                    
Family Caregiver Alliance 
Phone:  800-445-8106
Website:  www.caregiver.org                                           


U.S. Government Senior Website
Office of Citizen Services & Communications
1800 F Street NW
Washington DC  20405
Phone: 800-FED INFO  OR  800-333-4636
Website www.seniors.gov
Information in both English & Spanish


Wounded Warrior Project
1020 A.C. Skinner Parkway  Suite 100
Jacksonville, FL  32256
Phone: 877-832-6997
Email:  info@woundedwarriorproject.org
Website:  www.woundedwarriorproject.org


Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving
800 GSW Drive
Americus, GA  31709
Phone: 229-928-1234
Website:  www.rosalynncarter.org
Download information and participate in the free Telephone Learning 
Series, which features discussions with experts in the field.


Strength for Caring
A comprehensive online resource and virtual community designed specifically for caregivers 
and supported by experts, professional societies, government agencies, U.S. Surgeon General, 
and family caregivers themselves.  This national campaign is to enhance public awareness of
the vital role of family caregivers and to provide resources to assist caregivers in maintaining 
their own health and well-being while caring for others.  
Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Products.
Website:  www.strengthforcaring.com



METRO DETROIT & DETROIT

CareGivers
2111 Woodward Ave.  Suite 700
Detroit MI  48201
Phone:  313-964-5070  OR  800-676-5071
Website:  www.cgcares.org
Non-profit agency that helps families care for elderly parents in their own homes. 
Also respite care!


ALS of Michigan, Inc.        
24359 Northwestern Hwy.,  Suite 100
Southfield  MI  48075 
Phone:  800-882-5764
Website:  www.alsofmichigan.org 
Provides a wide variety of programs and services free of charge including training, support groups, home visits, conferences an workshops, and social work support as well as a respite care assistance program.  


Trinity Lutheran Community Building / Lower Level-Fellowship Hall
465 Oak Street
Wyandotte  MI  48192
Phone:  734-634-0394    Nancy Coman
Email:  ncoman@bex.net
Dementia care, elder care information, resources & individual counseling are offered for FREE.  


Easter Seals-Michigan
1105 N. Telegraph Road
Waterford, MI  48328
Phone:  800-757-3257
Website:  www.essmichigan.org/PIP
Respite program for parents of a child with a Severe Emotional Disturbance (SED).  


Dementia/Alzheimer's CareGivers Support Group
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital's Adult Psychiatric Speciality Unit & the Alzheimer's Association
Multipurpose Room B  OR  Dining Rooms H and J
2333 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte MI  48192
Phone:  734-284-5563
AND
Family Caregiver Workshop             
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
2333 Biddle 
Wyandotte MI  48192
Phone:  313-575-4373  Sheila Daley
Email:  sdaley1@hfhs.org
Website:  http://www.henryford.com/homepage_wyandotte.cfm?id=37472
Free to caregivers of patients within the H.F. Health System.  


St. John Neumann Catholic Church            
44800 Warren Road
Canton MI  
Free Alzheimer Support Group meeting the third Thursday of each month and 
facilitated by geriatric social worker Rosemarie Shim at 7:30 p.m.  All are welcome! 


Alzheimer's Association--Greater Michigan Chapter             
Phone:  800-272-3900   Harry L. Nelson Helpline 
Website:  www.alz.org/gmc
The Alzheimer's Association is here to help Persons with Alzheimer's disease 
and related dementias and their caregivers.  
Respite Day Programs
Care Consultation
Local Support Groups & Dial-In Support Group
Wraparound
Early Stage Social Club 
Minds on Art, a free 6-week program for people living with Alzheimer's disease and other
dementias and their care-partners.  This is a unique opportunity for individuals in the early
and mid stages of the disease to create meaningful memories through art.  Regardless if
you are an experienced artist or only a beginner, join us for DIA gallery tours & art studio 
time.  
Education Programs for caregivers
Professional Training
Clinical Study 
MedicAlert + Safe Return, a 24-hour nationwide emergency response service for individuals
with Alzheimer's or a related dementia who wander or have a medical emergency.  We provide
24-hour assistance, no matter when or where the person is reported missing.  
Local resources and referrals 
Please call the Harry L. Nelson Helpline as they can give you times and locations for support 
groups and education workshops in your area.  Please note, most of the programs and services
are either low-cost or free.  

                                                                                                                         
Adult Well-Being Services
Administrative Offices:
1423 Field Street  
Detroit MI  48214
Phone:  313-924-7860    Caregiver Support Groups: 734-629-5004
Email:  nmaye@awbs.org   
Website:  www.awbs.org
Call the above number for the meeting places and times in your area!


Wayne County Adult Day Center
30712 Michigan Avenue
Westland MI  48186
Phone:  734-727-7378
Caregiver workshops, support groups, resource library, education sessions, telephone
 support, direct counseling, information & assistance.  


Jewish Vocational Services (JVS)      
29699 Southfield Road
Southfield MI  
Phone: 248-233-4392  Dorothy Moon
Caregiver support groups for caregivers of all older adults.  Free!


Temple Israel                                
5725 Walnut Lake Road
West Bloomfield  MI  
Phone:  248-661-5700
Email:  info@temple-israel.org 
Website:  www.temple-israel.org
Adult Children Caring for Senior Parents Group provides a group setting where adults 
with the responsibility of caring for their aging parents will receive ideas and support 
from those in the same circumstance.
AND
Caring for the Caregiver Support Group is designed to give support to caregivers caring
for any type of disability, illness, complicated pregnancy, surgery or life change.



LEGAL RESOURCES:

Neighborhood  Legal Services 
Neighborhood Legal Services Michigan (NLSM) offers one-of-a-kind services to promote 
health safety and self-sufficiency. We are a regional business and non-profit collaborative coordinating Southeastern Michigan community outreach and pro-bono partnerships for advocacy, education, and resources of human survival. Abused and homeless individuals, children, seniors and those with life-challenging illness can sometimes qualify to receive services free of charge:
Housing Advocacy 
7310 Woodward Ave. Ste. #301
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone: 313-964-1975
&
Children’s Justice & Education 
7310 Woodward Ave. Ste. #301
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone:  313-874-5820 ext. 2230
&
Free Legal Aid Clinic
5425 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-833-0058
&
Legal Advocacy / HIV-AIDS Victims
7310 Woodward Ave. Ste. #310
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone:  313-874-5820 ext. 2224
&
Elder Law Center
12121 Hemingway
Redford, MI  48239
Phone:  313-937-8291
&
Permanent Housing for the Disabled
8900 Pardee Road
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  313-316-5356
Website:  www.wcnls.org 


PLEASE SEE THE "LEGAL  RESOURCES " WEBPAGE ON THIS WEBSITE FOR EVEN MORE 
                                                                                   RESOURCES!


OTHER SENIOR RESOURCES

The Senior Alliance Area Agency on Aging 1-C         
3850 Second Street, Suite 201
Wayne MI  48184
Phone:  734-722-2830  OR  1-800-815-1112
Email:  info@tsalink.org
Website: www.aaa1c.org
Some of the services provided are:
Care Management Services
Case Coordination & Support
Chore Referral
Chore Services (The Wayne County Cares Chore program)
Congregate Meals (Hot lunch on weekdays at any of 41 community lunch sites)
Elder Abuse Services
Gatekeeper Program 
Friendly Reassurance program (also called Tele-Care)
Health Screenings
Hearing Impaired Services
Home Delivered Meals
Homemaker & Personal Care Services
Information & Assistance
Legal Assistance
Long-Term Care Ombudsman
Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP)
MI Choice Waiver Program
National Family Caregiver Support Program
Caregiver Training, Support Groups OR Individual Counseling
The Regional Caregiver Support Focal Point
Outreach (assist isolated older persons)
Refugee Support Project
Senior Alliance Holiday Meals
Senior Center Staffing
Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
Transportation
Vision Services


Detroit Area Agency on Aging
1333 Brewery Park Boulevard, Suite 200
Detroit MI  48207-4544
Phone:  313-446-4444
Website:  www.daaa1a.org    
Adult Day Care
Congregate Meals
Disease Prevention/Health Promotion
Elder Abuse Education
Assistance to the Hearing and Deaf
Home Care Assistance
Home-Delivered Meals
Kinship Care (Grandparents Raising Grandchildren)
Legal Services
Long-Term Care Ombudsman and Advocacy Services
Outreach & Assistance
Respite Care (In and Out-Of-Home)
SeniorNet Computer Learning Centers
Services to the Visually Impaired
Transportation
Other Services for Older Adults and the Disabled (18+)


Adult Well-Being Services / Caregiver Support Services       
6700 Middlebelt Road
Romulus MI  48174
Phone:  734-629-5004
Website:  www.awbs.org
Outreach services and support for older adults/support group/help obtain benefits & locate 
other community services/help locate needed supplies and equipment/lend helpful books an videos/provides helpful information on memory loss, approaches to difficult situations, making 
tough decisions and other areas of caregiving.  Call the above number for the meeting places 
and times in your area! 


Catholic Social Services
9851 Hamilton Ave.
Detroit MI  48202
Phone:  313-883-2100
Email:  csswc@csswayne.org
Website:  www.csswayne.org
Foster grandparents, Senior Companion Program, Older Adult Services provides counseling 
services to older adults (60+) and their families and caregivers.  In-home counseling, information, referral and advocacy services are offered.


Caregivers
2111 Woodward Ave.  #700
Detroit MI  48201
Phone:  313-964-5070 OR  800-676-5071
Website:  www.cgcares.org
Respite care, Homemaking and Personal Care for the cities of Detroit, Hamtramck 
and Highland Park


The Information Center
20400 Superior   
Taylor MI  48180
Phone:  734-282-7171
Website:  www.theinfocenter.info
Project Care Choices (often referred to as the Medicaid Waiver Program), is designed 
to assist the frail elderly and disabled who want to remain at home, but may be having 
a difficult time obtaining the resources and services that would allow them to do so.  
The goal of Project Care Choices is to offer alternatives to nursing home care for those 
who reside in southern and western Wayne County.  In addition, there are medical and 
financial requirements.  Generally, those with multiple medical needs and little family 
support and finances will qualify.
Participants will be asked to contribute toward the program based on their ability to pay.  
If services are needed, they will recommend selected resources to insure that services 
are affordable.  In addition, services may be covered by your health insurance or by 
Project Care Choices if no other payment options are available.
Service Choices:
Adult Day Care
Homemaker Services
Personal Care Services
Home Delivered Meals
Emergency Response Systems
Private-Duty Nursing
Counseling
Chore Services
Respite Care
Environmental Modifications
Medical Equipment and Supplies
Training 
Transportation
ALSO 
Support Groups for Caregivers!
Laura Rossow  734-287-7858
Various support groups or caregivers in different downriver cities......call for current list.  


Kinship Care Resource Center
School of Social Work--MSU
Phone:  800-535-1218
Offers health care, legal, financial, mental health services and educational resource information.


National Multiple Sclerosis Society / Michigan Chapter
21311 Civic Center Drive
Southfield, MI  48076-3911
Phone:  800-344-4867  OR  248-350-0020
Email:  info@mig.nmss.org
Website: www. mig.nationalmssociety.org
Respite Care, medical equipment including home & auto modifications, short-term counseling.


Michigan Parkinson Foundation
30400 Telegraph . Suite 150
Bingham Farms, MI  48025
Phone:  248-433-1011  OR  800-852-9781
Website:  www.parkinsonsmi.org
MPF will fund up to 60 hours of Adult Day Services per year; and provides the facility with 
educational materials and training to ensure that people with Parkinson's receive the best 
care possible.  


Corinthian Baptist Church
1725 Caniff
Hamtramck, MI  48212
Phone:  313-868-7664


ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) of Michigan   (Lou Gerhrigs disease)
24359 Northwestern Hwy.  Suite 100
Southfield MI  48075
Phone:  800-882-5764  OR  248-354-6440
Website:  www.alsofmi.org
This group will fund 24 hours per month of respite care at $15 per hour.


Presbyterian Villages Of Michigan
26200 Lahser Road  #300
Southfield MI  48333-7157
Phone:  248-281-2020     TTY:  800-649-3777
Website:  www.pvm.org



ADULT DAY SERVICES  (Throughout S.E. Michigan) 

(These services are usually covered by Insurance / Medicaid / Medicare / V.A.)


Woodhaven Retirement Community
29667 Wentworth, Livonia MI   48154
Phone: 734-261-9000
Website:  www.woodhaven-retirement.com         
OPEN:  Monday-Friday 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Totally FREE for most Wayne County seniors with funding from The Senior Alliance.


There are MANY different Adult Day Services now being offered throughout S.E. Michigan 
and simply too many to list here.  Contact your local Area Agencies on Aging for the latest 
and most complete listing of services in your area!  They will be happy to email, fax or mail 
you a listing.   These agencies are listed above!



VETERANS:

Veterans who have served during wartime (V.A. eligible) are entitled to FREE respite care 
each year!

If the Veteran is at home, they are entitled of up to 30 HOURS a year which may be taken 
in any increments during that calendar year.

If the Veteran is in a nursing home, they are entitled up to 30 DAYS each year.

To apply, call 734-769-7100.  If you do not have a copy of your discharge papers, they can 
be obtained at www.va.gov in 7 to 10 days.  Keep in mind that in the past, certain wars HAD 
been classified as "police actions" but are NOW classified as wartime....for ex., the Vietnam 
War. This can expand your benefits!



LENAWEE COUNTY            PLEASE SEE THE AREA AGENCY ON AGING  www.r2aaa.net 

Region 2 Area Agency on Aging
102 N. Main
Brooklyn MI  48230
Phone:  800-335-7831
Website:  www.r2aaa.net


Hospice of Lenawee
415 Mill Road
Adrian MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-2323
Website:  www.hospiceoflenawee.org
Volunteers participate in various activities, primarily providing companionship 
and respite care to our hospice families.  


ALS of Michigan, Inc.  
24359 Northwestern Hwy.,  Suite 100
Southfield  MI  48075 
Phone:  800-882-5764
Website:  www.alsofmichigan.org 
Provides a wide variety of programs and services free of charge including training, 
support groups, home visits, conferences an workshops, and social work support 
as well as a respite care assistance program.  



MACOMB COUNTY

ALS of Michigan 
24359 Northwestern Hwy.,  Suite 100
Southfield  MI  48075 
Phone:  800-882-5764
Website:  www.alsofmichigan.org 
Provides a wide variety of programs and services free of charge including training, 
support groups, home visits, conferences an workshops, and social work support 
as well as a respite care assistance program.  




MONROE COUNTY                     

PLEASE SEE THE AREA AGENCY ON AGING   www.aaa1b.org

Older Adult Services for Catholic Charities of Monroe County, Inc.
MAIN OFFICE
14930 LaPlaisance Rd., Suite 123
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  734-240-3850
OR
South County
1616 Smith Road
Temperance, MI  48182
Phone:  734-847-1523
Email:  info@ccmonroe.org
Website:  www.ccmonroe.org
Advocacy and community referrals or information.
Family Caregiver's Group
Alzheimer's Family Support Group
Seminars & Group Presentations offered on a regular basis


ALS of Michigan, Inc.         
24359 Northwestern Hwy.  Suite #100
Southfield  MI  48075 
Phone:  800-882-5764
Website:  www.alsofmichigan.org 
Provides a wide variety of programs and services free of charge including training, support groups, home visits, conferences an workshops, and social work support as well as a respite care assistance program.  


Alzheimer's Association Family Caregiver
For:  Caregivers of those with Alzheimer's
The Lutheran Home
1236 S. Monroe Street          
Monroe MI  48161 
&
Mercy Memorial Hospital
718 N. Macomb Street         
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  800-272-3900


Changing Seasons   (For:  Home Caregivers)
Church of God, Mountain Assembly       
2393 N. Monroe Street
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  734-243-1283


Monroe County Opportunity Program (M.C.O.P.)
1140 S. Telegraph Road
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-2775
Website:  www.monroecountyop.org
Respite care is available for caregivers.  The Home Care Dept. assists Monroe County 
residents with daily routines such as homemaking and personal care tasks so that 
clients may remain living independently in their own homes.



OAKLAND COUNTY

In-Home Companion Services    
P. O. Box 2280
Southfield MI  48037
Phone: 1-800-313-1219
Website:  www.inhomeservices.org
Caregiver relief service to seniors (50+) 
and disabled adults (21+) in Oakland County.  Free!


Family Caregiver Support Group                          
Fleischman Residence / Blumburg Plaza
6710 W. Maple
West Bloomfield MI  
Phone:  248-592-5032
For family caregivers of older adults.  Free!  RSVP to number above.  


ALS of Michigan, Inc.         
24359 Northwestern Hwy.,  Suite 100
Southfield  MI  48075 
Phone:  800-882-5764
Website:  www.alsofmichigan.org 
Provides a wide variety of programs and services free of charge including training, support groups, home visits, conferences an workshops, and social work support as well as a respite care assistance program.  



WASHTENAW COUNTY

Great Lakes Chapter--Alzheimer's Association
107 April Dr.  Suite 1
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
Phone:  734-677-3081
Provides high quality education, training, and support services 
in 21 Michigan counties to those with Alzheimer's disease and 
related dementia, their families and professionals.


Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone: 734-769-0209
Email: info@jfsannarbor.org
Website:  www.jfsannarbor.org 
JFS works closely with caregivers both locally and long-distance to ensure their loved 
ones are receiving proper services. Our programs provide the educational and emotional 
support necessary to give caregivers peace of mind no matter where they live.
Services include:
Caregiver Consultations: individualized sessions with an older adult social worker, with 
the goal of creating the best care plan possible for the older adult and his/her caregiver
Caregiver Conversations: A monthly support group for adult caregivers providing infor-
mation and peer support.
Partners in Care Concierge Program: 
Partners in Care Concierge is an accompaniment program that provides support for older 
adults while attending medical appointments/procedures. A trained volunteer facilitates communication between our client and the health care provider during the appointment, 
and provides a written report for the patient and caregiver for enhanced communication.
ElderLink Program (Cultural Competency Training):
When a Jewish senior leaves their own home to live in an older adult community, having 
new caretakers who understand their culture is priceless. Without a dedicated Jewish 
residential facility here in Ann Arbor, the JFS ElderLink program fills a vital need in the 
community.


ALS of Michigan 
24359 Northwestern Hwy.,  Suite 100
Southfield  MI  48075 
Phone:  800-882-5764
Website:  www.alsofmichigan.org 
Provides a wide variety of programs and services free of charge including training, support groups, home visits, conferences an workshops, and social work support as well as a respite care assistance program.  


Volunteer Respite Care

Catholic Social Services Volunteer Respite Program
Phone:  734-712-3625

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The remaining states may have programs of their own.  In some communities across the U.S., veterans who are at-risk of nursing-home placement can enroll in the Veteran-Directed Home and Community Based Services Program, which allows veterans to manage their own care, including hiring and paying their own caregivers.  

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VETERANS:

Veterans who have served during wartime (V.A. eligible) are entitled 
to FREE respite care each year!

If the Veteran is at home, they are entitled of up to 30 HOURS  a year which may be taken in any increments during that calendar year.

If the Veteran is in a nursing home, 
they are entitled to 30 DAYS each year.  

To apply call 734-769-7100.  If you 
do not have a copy of your discharge papers, they can be obtained at www.va.gov in 7 to 10 days.  

The National Veteran Caregiver Support Line is 1-855-260-3274.  
The VA Caregiver Website is www.caregiver.va.gov