Aging services help older adults live in the setting of their choice for as long as possible, and complement the care provided by family or friends.
Contact your local Area Agency on Aging to learn more about the services below and to see if you qualify. The Health and Aging Services Administration does not provide direct services. Please contact your local Area Agency on Aging.
If you have concerns about a long term care facility (skilled nursing facility, home for the aged or adult foster care), please contact the Michigan Long Term Care Ombudsman Program at 1-866-485-9393. If you have concerns about another type of facility (such as assisted living), please contact Michigan Elder Justice Initiative at 517-827-8010 and leave a message.
You may also search for local services and service providers using the Aging Service Searchable Database.
Caregiver - Caregiver services assist family and informal caregivers in caring for their person for as long as possible. Services may include:
• Adult Day Care
• Respite Care
• Support Groups
Community - Community services help older adults maintain their independence in their communities. Services may include:
• Crisis Energy Assistance
• Disease Prevention/Health Promotion
• Elder Abuse Prevention
• Friendly Reassurance
• Health Screening
• Hearing Impaired Services
• Home Injury Control
• Home Repair
• Legal Assistance
• Medication Management
• Personal Injury Response
• Senior Center Support
• Vision Services
In-Home - In-Home services help older adults maintain their independence at home. Services may include:
• Care Management
• Case Coordination
• Personal Care
Nutrition - Nutrition services provide balanced and nutritious meals at home or in a congregate or group setting such as a senior center or another community facility. Services may include:
• Home-Delivered/Meals on Wheels
• Nutrition Education