Here you can learn about information, programs and services that can help you live a healthier and more active lifestyle.
Learn how to live a healthy lifestyle by visiting the MI Healthier Tomorrow website.
This program gives you the tools and information to eat healthier and be more active so you can look and feel better.
Other helpful resources:
There are many programs available across the state that can help you reduce your risk of developing chronic conditions and help you learn how to better manage conditions that already exist.
Programs in your area may include EnhanceFitness, Matter of Balance, and Chronic Disease Self-Management, known as “PATH” in Michigan.
Call your local Area Agency on Aging today to learn more about the programs available and to see if you qualify.
Find your local Area Agency on Aging.
Michigan has many programs and services that encourage people to get outside and enjoy nature.
To learn more about places to go and things to do outdoors, locate and contact your local Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Customer Service Center.
Locate and call your local DNR Customer Service Center.
Your local senior center can provide a fun environment for educational and recreational activities, and can help you connect to important aging services that can help you maintain your independence as you age.
Locate and call a senior center near you to learn more.