Affordable Assisted Living (AAL) Pilot
The Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA), in conjunction with partner agencies including the Department of Community Health (DCH), the Office of Services to the Aging (OSA), and the Department of Human Services (DHS), has undertaken an Affordable Assisted Living (AAL) Pilot. AAL developments provide low- to moderate-income senior residents with individual apartments in tandem with supportive services and functional supports; maximizing independence and choice in a physically accessible environment thereby allowing the elderly to age in place.
A Steering Committee comprised of representatives from MSHDA, DCH, OSA, DHS, and our Technical Assistance Provider meets bi-monthly. It reviews AAL proposals to ensure that each helps further define and adheres to the parameters of Michigan's AAL Pilot, and that the MI Choice Medicaid Waiver services are seamlessly integrated in each development.
The links below provide additional detail regarding Michigan's AAL Pilot.
- Table of Contents
- Application Process
- Program Elements
- Medicaid Service Funding Options
- Medicaid Cost Comparison Results
- Heron Manor - Medicaid Cost Comparison Results
- Housing Voucher Waitlist Issue
- Tenant Selection Plan
- Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Waiver Agent
- All Services Workplan
- RFP, Onsite Health Related Services Provider
- Operator Service Agreement
- Quality Management Strategy with Tenant Survey
- MI Choice Eligibility
- Model Tenant Services Agreement
- Housing & Services Staff Orientation Program
- Activities Planning Model & Assessment
- MI Seniors
- Adult Foster Care & Homes for the Aged Licensing
- Michigan Assisted Living
- Heron Manor
For additional information please contact JT Johnston.