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State Advisory Council on Aging (SAC)

The 40-member volunteer State Advisory Council on Aging (SAC) is appointed by the Michigan Commission on Services to the Aging (CSA) to represent the interests of older persons in the state. SAC members study key aging issues, write reports, and advise the CSA and the State Unit on Aging Director. To reflect the demographic and geographic diversity of Michigan’s older population, appointments are made with consideration based on where the applicants live and current SAC openings in one of the 16 Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) regions.

SAC Membership 2024

SAC Membership Application

SAC Reports

2022 SAC Report  "Aging in Place, Aging in Community"

2020 SAC Report  "Social Isolation with Focus on Equity"

2019 SAC Michigan AAA Innovative Practices Supporting Older Adults

2018 SAC Volunteerism Report

2017 SAC Creative Aging Report

2016 SAC Direct Care Workers

2015 SAC Positive Aging Education Veterans Volunteerism and Media

2014 SAC Technology and You

2014 SAC Baby Boomers

2012 SAC Technology and Older Adults

2010 SAC Caregivers of Persons with Dementia

2009 SAC Senior Centers Now and in the Future

2006 SAC Mental Health for Older Persons

2005 SAC Health Promotion Disease Prevention

2004 SAC Elder Friendly Communities


Contact Information

Curtis Johnson
SAC Liaison
Bureau of Aging, Community Living, and Supports
Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
Phone: 517-335-3615