- Find Local Aging Services
If you need aging services to maintain your independence at home or in your community, call your local Area Agency on Aging today to learn more about the services available.
Please note: Aging & Adult Services does not provide direct services.
Michigan’s 16 area agencies on aging (AAA) are regional, non-profit agencies created by federal and state legislation to respond to the needs of older adults in every local community. These entities are funded by AASA and each is a designated planning and service area (PSA), which operates a service delivery system that offers a range of community-based supports and services.
The information on this site may be filtered by area agency on aging region. We present the data this way because state and federally funded programs for adults age 60 and over are organized by AAA region and because older adults are among the most vulnerable when it comes to COVID-19.
Please note: Some data on this site represents the all ages while some represents those ages 60 and over. This data is pulled from data sets available at Michigan.gov/coronavirus
News & Announcements
- Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-2019)
- State Advisory Council on Aging (SAC) 2019 Report - Executive Summary
- 2019 State Advisory Council report
- Dr. Travis selected to lead Aging and Adult Services
- New AASA Main Phone Number: 517-241-4100
- FY 2019 Annual Report
- New Aging Resource Guide: A Guide to Services for Older Adults
- FY 2017 Michigan NAPIS Client and Service Report
- 2018 State Advisory Council Annual Report: Volunteerism is Ageless - It Spans a Lifetime
- A Guide to Services for Older Adults
- Adult Services
- Alzheimer's Disease & Related Dementias
- Direct care workforce policy paper
- Do you need help making health benefit decisions?
- Elder Abuse Prevention
- FY 19 Annual Report (PDF)
- Family Caregiving
- Home Heating Assistance Information
- Michigan Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program