SENIOR CITIZEN RESOURCES
    



 

























ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES:

Contact your local Department of Human Services listed in the white 
pages of your local telephone directory. Services provided through 
the Adult Protective Services Programs are varied. They respond to 
the array of problems experienced by adults in need of protection.  
State number:  1-800-996-6228
The Program provides the following services:                 


FINDING INFORMATION: 

Michigan Office of Services to the Aging
Phone:  517-373-8230
Website:  www.michigan.gov/miseniors

Michigan Medicare / Medicaid Assistance Program
Phone: 800-803-7174
Website:  www.mmapinc.org

A.A.R.P.
Website:  www.aarp.org/decide

To find out about the guaranteed rights afforded to 
people who are incapacitated and need the protection 
of a Conservator or Guardian, contact your state or 
local bar association and you can  learn more by visiting 
these reliable websites:

www.guardianship.org

www.eldersandcourts.org

www.americanbar.org/aging 


SENIOR AGENCIES:

The Senior Alliance   (Area Agency on Aging) (1-C)
5454 Venoy 
Wayne, MI  48184
Phone: 734-722-2830   
Fax: 734-722-2836
Email:  info@tsalink.org
Website: https://thesenioralliance.org
The Senior Alliance (TSA) is a nonprofit agency 
designated as the Area Agency on Aging (AAA) 
for the 34 western and southern cities of Wayne 
County. Funding for agency services are provided 
primarily by the Michigan Office of Services to the 
Aging (OSA) and the Michigan Department of Com-
munity Health.  While many programs have different 
qualification requirements, the information offered 
primarily addresses the needs of persons age 60 
and older. 
Eldercare Locator
To search for information or assistance for older adults 
in other areas of the state or nation can be initiated by 
contacting the Area Agency on Aging that serves that
region. Information about AAA services nationwide can 
be obtained by calling the toll-free Eldercare Locator at 
1-800-677-1116. Their website is www.eldercare.gov.

Detroit Area Agency on Aging   (1-A ) / THE SENIOR SOLUTION        
1333 Brewery Park Blvd. Suite 200                                                   
Detroit, MI  48207-4544
Phone:  313-446-4444
Website: https://www.detroitseniorsolution.org
Serves the cities of Detroit, Hamtramck, Highland Park, 
Grosse Pointe Shores, Grosse Pointe Woods, Grosse 
Pointe Farms,  & Harper Woods. Services are provided 
to individuals age 60 years and older (55 years old in the 
case of employment and training services) who reside in 
the service area. It makes a variety of home and community-
based services available to older persons, adults with dis-
abilities, caregivers and service providers through public 
and private funding.

Area Agency on Aging   (1-B)
AAA 1B Office: 
29100 Northwestern Hwy. Suite 400
Southfield, MI  48034
Phone: 248-357-2255  OR  800-852-7795
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Macomb County Access Location 
39090 Garfield   Suite 102
Clinton Twp., MI  48038
Phone: 586-226-0309  OR  800-852-7795
Website: https://aaa1b.org
Serves:  Counties of Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, 
Oakland, Washtenaw, and St. Clair. Offers a large 
variety of services! 
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Veterans Community Living Program                    
A joint program, called the Veteran-Directed Home and 
Community-Based Service Program, has been launched 
by the Veteran’s Administration and the Area Agency on 
Aging 1-B. The program is available to help veterans of 
any age who are at risk of nursing home placement.This 
program helps provide home and community-based sup-
port services that help older or disabled veterans remain 
living safely and independently in their own homes for as 
long as possible. Light housekeeping, home-delivered 
meals, personal care (help with bathing, dressing, etc.), 
and personal emergency response systems are just some 
examples of services that may help an individual remain
living in their own home. Veterans also have the option of 
directing and managing their own care.
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Phone: 855-myride2  OR  855-697-4332 Toll free 
Website: www.myride2.com
Has a new senior/disabled transportation resource! Myride2 
helps coordinate transportation for older adults and disabled 
adults. Call the above number or book a ride online at the 
website above. We will work with both non-profit and private 
transportation companies to help find a ride option appropriate 
to the caller situation.

Alzheimer's Association--Greater Michigan Chapter  
Home Office:
225 N. Michigan Ave.   Floor 17 
Chicago, IL  60601           
Phone: 800-272-3900   Harry L. Nelson Helpline 
Website: https://www.alz.org/gmc
Whether you provide daily care, participate in decision-making 
or simply care about someone with the disease, help and support
are available.
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.  
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. 

Disability Rights of Michigan 
Lansing Office:
4095 Legacy Pkwy.  #500
Lansing, MI  48911
Phone:  517-487-1755 
Website: https://www.drmich.org
Our Services:
DRM advocates and lawyers advise individuals with disabilities 
of their rights and responsibilities and advocate for their human, 
civil and legal rights within the state of Michigan. DRM has broad 
access authority to monitor institutions and advocate for people 
with disabilities who live in them.

Elder Law of Michigan, Inc.  (ELM)
3815 W. St. Joseph  Suite C-200
Lansing, MI  48917
Phone:  866-400-9164
Email:  info@elderlawofmi.org                          
Website: https://www.elderlawofmi.org


METRO DETROIT NON-PROFIT AGENCIES:

Adult Well-Being Services  (AWBS)
Administrative Office: 
1423 Field 
Detroit, MI  48214 
Phone: 313-924-7860
Website: https://www.awbs.org 
All Well-Being Services (AWBS) is a 501 (C)(3) human services 
organization that has provided services to residents of Wayne 
County for sixty-five years. A Commission on Accreditation of 
Rehabilitation Facilities, AWBS provides an extensive range of 
evidence-based services for children, adults, seniors and families.
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Our services include: 
mental health, intellectual developmental disabilities, substance 
use disorder treatment and prevention, integrated health care and
HIV/AIDS prevention.

Community Living Services             
MetroPlace Center
35425 Michigan Ave. W.  Suite 1
Wayne, MI  48184
Phone: 734-467-7600
Free interpreter services are available. If special accommodations 
are needed to acquire services, please contact 734-722-6364.    
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Oakland & Macomb County
24200 Woodward
Pleasant Ridge, MI  48069
Phone: 248- 547-2668
Email: publicrelations@comlivserv.com
Website: www.comlivserv.com 
Community Living Service’s Wayne County division, 
located in Wayne, Michigan, provides supports for 
people of all ages with intellectual and developmental 
disabilities in Wayne County. We assist people in devel-
oping a Person-Centered Plan and then with the Detroit 
Wayne Mental Health Authority (DWMHA) is designed to 
assist people in developing and controlling individualized
budgets to pay for their authorized supports and services. 
This puts the resources in the hands of people and their 
families so they can judge whether the services are of good 
value to them so they can make their own life decisions.

The Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation
4750 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone:  313-833-1300
Website: https://hannan.org
Hannan continues to develop and provide programs and 
services that meet the changing needs of seniors and 
promote creative and purposeful activity that enriches 
the lives of older adults. In 2017, a separate 501(c)3 organ-
ization was created, Hannan Center, to house the programs 
of the Foundation and increase opportunities for funding 
partnerships. Hannan Center programs include the Zena 
Baum Senior Service Center, Beyond U – School for Grown-
ups, Ellen Kayrod Art Gallery, and DayBreak, an adult day 
program for older adults living with dementia and their 
caregivers

Franklin Wright Settlements Inc. 
Main Office:
3360 Charlevoix
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone:  313-579-1000
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Sophie Wright Branch
4141 Mitchell 
Detroit, M  48207
Phone: 313-579-1000
Email: info@franklinwright.org
Website: https://www.franklinwright.org
Senior Outreach Services:
Senior Outreach Services comprises seven programs 
through our partnership with DAAA and Focus Hope 
to support area residents who are of senior age. As 
a provider, Franklin-Wright Settlements work to make 
sure seniors remain healthy, safe, and independent.  
We support this population by offering congregate 
meals, transportation, socialization, enhanced fitness 
and access to community resources and the most 
appropriate and affordable combination of services 
that help them stay vibrant and active in the com-
munity for as long as possible with our help.

Matrix Human Services                  
450 Eliot 
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-831-8650 ext. 1222  Deondra Hale-King 
Website: https://www.matrixhumanservices.org
CENTER FOR SENIORS
Matrix has assisted older adults in maintaining healthy, 
active and whole lives for more than 6 decades.The Center 
for Seniors helps our senior population maintain healthy, 
enjoyable and independent lives. Comprehensive services
include assistance with transportation to medical appoint-
ments, home care services to help support clients remain 
living in their own homes, and helping our older population 
remain active with a range of programs at Detroit recreational 
centers.
Services and programs that help achieve these goals include:
1.   Personal home care services
      (cleaning, cooking, laundering and more)
2.   Free community recreation activities
      Including water-chair aerobics, community luncheons, 
      health fairs, field trips and more.
3.   Low cost non-emergency medical transportation
CONTACT:
Dominque Jordan   djordan@matrixhs.org    313-526-4000 Ext 1230
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We understand that seniors are among the most vulnerable 
to be affected by COVID-19, which makes leaving the house 
for any reason even more concerning. If you know of anyone 
55+ who needs to leave the house while maintaining social 
distancing (avoiding public transit), we provide no cost rides 
that are safe & reliable for trips to doctor appointments, grocery 
stores, and more. Just give us a call to schedule a ride at 
313-526-4000 ext. 1230

Community Social Services of Wayne County  (CSSWC)
Main Office: 
9851 Hamilton Ave.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-883-2100
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Dearborn Office:
Garrison Place Office Bldg.
19855 West Outer Dr.  Suite 207 E
Dearborn, MI  48124
Phone: 313-792-9286
Website: http://www.csswayne.org/senior-volunteer-services
The Senior Companion Program (SCP) 
A national older adult volunteer program designed for 
Seniors to help other Seniors maintain independent living. 
Foster Grandparent Program (FGP)
Foster Grandparents devote their volunteer service entirely 
toward disadvantaged or disabled youth. 
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
RSVP connects volunteers age 55 and over with service 
opportunities in their communities that match their skills 
and availability.  

Neighborhood Service Organization  (NSO)
Main Office: 
882 Oakman Blvd.  Suite C
Detroit, MI  48238
Phone: 313-961-7990
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NSO Older Adult Services (OAS) - Oakland
35 West Huron   Suite 10 – South
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-335-0632
&
NSO Older Adult Services (OAS) - Wayne
882 Oakman Blvd., Suite D
Detroit, MI  48238
Phone: 313-961-7990
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Westland Clinic
35180 Nankin Blvd.  Suite 205
Westland, MI  48185
Phone: 734-713-8800
Website: https://www.nso-mi.org/older-adult-services.html
​Neighborhood Service Organization’s (NSO) compassionate 
and professional staff provides services that have impacted 
countless children, youth, adults, seniors, families, and com-
munities since 1955. We deliver holistic care and wrap around/
safety net services to address social determinants impacting 
health, education and economic stability.
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NSO’s empowering programs and services provide assistance 
for: older adults with mental illness; children, youth, and adults 
with developmental disabilities; homeless recovery services; 
housing development; community outreach for psychiatric emer-
gencies; and volunteer opportunities for individuals, groups, and 
organizations.

Bridging Communities, Inc.               
6900 McGraw
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone: 313-361-6377
Email: bcigeneral@bridgingcommunities.org
Website: https://bridgingcommunities.org
Eldercare Services
Bridging Communities provides professional assessments 
for those 60 and over in the greater Southwest Detroit area. 
We leverage the gifts and talents of our dedicated volunteers 
and partners to fulfill identified unmet needs. Comprehensive 
services range from professional case coordination by staff 
to services provided by volunteers such as friendly visits to 
reduce isolation, safe and supportive companion transportation 
to medical appointments, friendly phone calls, holiday remem-
brances, supplemental food delivery, intergenerational oppor-
tunities, educational workshops, and more.

THE INFORMATION CENTER
20400 Superior 
Taylor, MI  48180 
Phone  734-282-7171
Website: www.TheInfoCenter.info
Nursing Facility Transition Services (NFT)
The Nursing Facility Transition program provides nursing 
home residents with the opportunity to explore alternatives 
and community-based living options.This program is available 
to nursing home residents who are either currently on Medicaid 
or are Medicaid eligible and would like to return to their own home, 
move in with family members, find an apartment, or choose another 
housing option. Supports and services needed after transition may 
be available for those who meet functional and financial guidelines.
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MI Choice Medicaid Waiver Program
The MI-Choice Medicaid Waiver program is a comprehensive, 
community-based program designed for Medicaid-eligible adults 
who need nursing home level of care. The goal of the Medicaid 
Waiver program is to offer alternatives to nursing home care.
Services you may qualify for:
• Community Living Supports
• Nursing Services
• Respite Services
• Adult Day Health (Adult day Care)
• Home Modifications
• Community Transportation
• Medical Supplies
• Chore Services
• Personal Emergency Response Systems
• Private Duty Nursing/Respiratory Care
• Counseling
• Home Delivered Meals
• Supports Coordination
• Community Health Worker
The Ml-Choice Medicaid Waiver is available to older adults 
(65+) and persons with disabilities (18+) in Michigan. Adults 
who meet the income, asset, and care requirements can receive
 the services they need to remain living in their own home, the 
home of a caregiver, or in a licensed residential setting such 
as an assisted living facility, adult foster care home, or home 
for the aged. Many costs for services and care can be covered 
by the program. Support Coordinators will help to plan and 
arrange for your care in your home. In all steps of the planning 
process, you help to decide what plan of care is best for your 
situation. We help you carry through with that plan and we meet 
with you regularly to adjust the plan if your circumstances change.


LENAWEE COUNTY: 

Lenawee Dept. on Aging
1040 S. Winter   Suite 3003
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-264-5280
Email: lda@lenaweeseniors.org
Website: http://www.lenaweeseniors.org
Providing quality care services that enable persons who 
are age 60 and over to live independently with dignity.
Offering a variety of programs: Commodities, Foster 
Grandparent Program, Legal Services, and more.
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Lenawee Department on Aging feels that home safety is key 
in helping older adults remain in their homes. A small grant 
allows for minor home repairs. Volunteer labor allows our 
funds to assist with additional repairs. Some of our projects 
include grab bars to help prevent falls and handrails for stairs.

Community Action Agency
Administrative Office of Lenawee
400 W. South 
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-263-7861  /  Toll Free: 800-438-1845
Website: https://www.caajlh.org/#
Community Action has continued to operate many quality 
programs and help citizens in all three counties it serves 
through home weatherization, community development, 
income tax assistance, emergency aid, parent education, 
elementary success and outreach among others. Even 
more importantly, we have continued to advocate for social 
and economic opportunity for all people so that everyone 
can enjoy the benefit of a self-sufficient life style.


MACOMB COUNTY

Macomb County Office of Senior Services
21885 Dunham  Suite 6
Clinton Twp., MI 48036
Phone: 586-469-5228
Website: 
https://mca.macombgov.org/MCA-ES-ActionCenters
Offers referrals to the Prescription Resource Network 
(a program for seniors to help them get assistance in 
paying for their medicine), Medicare D enrollment, 
Medicaid/Medicare applications & enrollment, Food 
Pantries help applying for a Bridge Card, a Loan Closet 
with walkers, shower chairs, wheelchairs, etc., Adult Day 
Care for seniors, including Alzheimer's and those who 
have medical needs.

Adult Well-Being Services (AWBS)
Administrative Office: 
1423 Field 
Detroit, MI  48214 
Phone: 313-924-7860
Website: https://www.awbs.org 
All Well-Being Services (AWBS) is a 501 (C)(3) human services 
organization that has provided services to residents of Wayne 
County for sixty-five years. A Commission on Accreditation of 
Rehabilitation Facilities, AWBS provides an extensive range of 
evidence-based services for children, adults, seniors and families.
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Our services include: 
mental health, intellectual developmental disabilities, substance 
use disorder treatment and prevention, integrated health care and
HIV/AIDS prevention.


MONROE COUNTY

Living Independence for Everyone (LIFE)   
2307 N. Monroe 
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-242-6800
Website: www.lifeindependence.org 
LIFE is a nutritional program that will help individuals to remain 
independent.The food at all our locations is prepared specifically 
with you in mind. Can't drive or ride with neighbors? Call your 
nearest center for help with a bus ride(available at limited locations). 
Nutritional food at the centers is not the only thing you will find there. 
It's a chance to socialize, meet old friends, make new ones, enjoy many
activities offered. Home Delivery is also available for individuals starting 
at age 60 and their spouse. (written note from your doctor required). If you 
have questions or comments, Please click on "Contact Us" and fill out our
form to email us.

Monroe County Opportunity Program (M.C.O.P.)
1140 S.Telegraph 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-241-2775
Website: https://monroecountyop.org
Offers a wide variet of services. 


OAKLAND COUNTY

Oakland Livingston Human Service  Agency
CENTRAL OFFICE:
196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave.
PO Box 430598
Pontiac, MI  48343
Phone: 248-209-2600
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OLHSA (Madison Heights)
711 W. 13 Mile 
Madison Heights, MI  48071
Phone: 248) 209-2600 or toll-free 1-800-482-9250
Email:  info@olhsa.org
Website: https://www.olhsa.org/olderadultservices
Resource Advocacy (Oakland County)
For older adults aged 60 and older, Resource Advocates 
provide assistance filling out Medicare and Medicaid appli-
cations and applying for the Area Agency on Aging 1-B’s 
Community Living Program. Resource Advocates also offer
information on OLHSA's comprehensive services and refers 
older adults to services in the community not provided through 
OLHSA.
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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
The Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (GRG) program 
provides free services to grandparents who reside in the 
same residence and as relative children in kinship care in 
Oakland, Livingston, and Macomb Counties. Program services 
include workshops, support groups, home visits and inter-
generational activities.

Lighthouse of Oakland County 
MAIN OFFICE:       
46156 Woodward Ave. 
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-920-6000
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PONTIAC LOCATION
46156 Woodward Ave.
Pontiac, MI 48342
Phone: 248-920-6000
Website: https://www.lighthousemi.org
Direct Services
Our Direct Services program helps people with basic 
needs. We provide a continuum of services that begins 
with short-term emergency food, utility and rental assis-
tance. We also provide referrals to outside agencies for 
additional help and assist families with long-term planning 
and budgeting to achieve family stabilization. Lighthouse 
also offers case management for long term support to stabilize 
families.

SAGE Metro Detroit 
290 W. Nine Mile 
Ferndale, MI  48220
Phone: 734-681-0854
Email: info@sagemetodetroit.org 
Website: https://www.sagemetrodetroit.org
The mission of SAGE Metro Detroit is to build awareness 
and promote change so that LGBT older adults may age 
with dignity and authenticity. Offers a variety of services!


WASHTENAW COUNTY 

Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County        
2245 S. State 
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone: 734-769-0209
Email:  info@jfsannarbor.org
Website: https://jfsannarbor.org/transforming-aging
Aging in Place Services:
Navigating the complex array of services available 
to older adults who may have chronic, progressive 
illnesses and those in need can be confusing and 
frustrating. JFS Older Adult Services staff can help 
families and individuals find appropriate, available 
resources and alleviate barriers to access – including 
lack of knowledge, language skills, etc. We partner 
with community agencies, hospitals, pharmacies 
and attorneys to ensure our clients receive just the 
right services and support to maintain independence 
and dignity throughout their lives.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR SENIORS

AARP Foundation WorkSearch and the Senior 
Community Service Employment Program
15100 Northline 
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-281-2470
Website:  

Spectrum Human Services / Operation ABLE                   
4750 Woodward   Suite 201
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-832-0922
Website: https://www.spectrumhuman.org/index_oable.html
Operation ABLE of Michigan helps adults find employment 
via personalized searches, job placement, occupational training 
and career transition services. Our special niche is helping adults 
at mid-career and beyond. We are committed to the ideal that ability 
is ageless.

Detroit Area Agency on Aging/ THE SENIOR SOLUTION 
Mature Workers Employment & Training Program
1333 Brewery Park Blvd.  Suite 200
Detroit, MI  48207-4544
Phone:  313-446-4444
Website: https://www.detroitseniorsolution.org/scsep
Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
The Senior Community Service Employment Program 
(SCSEP) is a community service and work-based job 
training program for older Americans. Authorized by 
the Older Americans Act, the program provides training 
for low-income, unemployed seniors. SCSEP participants 
gain work experience in a variety of community service 
activities at non-profit and public facilities, including 
schools, hospitals, day-care centers and senior centers. 
Participants work an average of 20 hours a week, and 
are paid the highest of federal, state or local minimum 
wage.This training serves as a bridge to unsubsidized 
employment opportunities for participants.
Eligibility Requirements:
Income Requirements:
For more information, contact Lisa Jackson 
at (313) 446-4444 ext. 5849 or jacksonl@daaa1a.org

Community Social Services of Wayne County (CSSWC)
Main Office: 
9851 Hamilton Ave.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-883-2100
&
Dearborn Office:
Garrison Place Office Bldg.
19855 West Outer Dr. Suite 207 E
Dearborn, MI 48124
Phone: 313-792-9286
Website: http://www.csswayne.org/senior-volunteer-services
The Senior Companion Program (SCP) 
A national older adult volunteer program designed for 
Seniors to help other Seniors maintain independent living. 
Foster Grandparent Program (FGP)
Foster Grandparents devote their volunteer service entirely 
toward disadvantaged or disabled youth. 
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
RSVP connects volunteers age 55 and over with service 
opportunities in their communities that match their skills 
and availability.  

FOSTER GRANDPARENT PROGRAM
Website: 
https://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/senior-corps/
senior-corps-programs/senior-companions
Volunteers serve at thousands of local organizations that:
All you need to join is the ability to give the kind of comfort and love 
that sets a child on the path toward a successful future. If you’re 55 
or older and want to share your experience and compassion, you have 
what it takes to be a Foster Grandparent.

SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAM 
Website:
https://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/senior-corps/
senior-corps-programs/senior-companions
Senior Companions serve 15 to 40 hours per week helping 
an average of two to four adult clients live independently in 
their own homes. Volunteers receive pre-service orientation, 
training from the organization where they serve, supplemental 
insurance while on duty, and may qualify to earn a tax-free hourly
stipend.


MISCELLANEOUS PROGRAMS:

FRIENDLY REASSURANCE/TELEPHONE REASSURANCE / 
FRIENDLY VISITS BY VOLUNTEERS

This includes programs that make regular phone contact 
with home-bound handicapped or senior citizens to safe-
guard their well-being and safety. Many communities also 
host their own programs-check with your local senior center 
as well!

Wayne County Senior Citizens Services
Phone: 734-727-7374
Service Area:  Belleville, Canton Twp., Garden City, Huron Twp., 
Inkster, Plymouth, Plymouth Twp., Romulus, Sumpter Twp., Van
Buren Twp., and Westland



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