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February 2020
Feb102020
Public review and comment open on the proposed 2020-2023 Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) State Plan.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), Aging and Adult Services Agency (AASA) is required by the U.S. Department of Labor , Employment and Training Administration to provide an opportunity for public review  and comment on the proposed Program Year (PY) 2020-2023 Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) State Plan.

The draft state plan will be available for public review and comment for a 30 day period beginning February 10, 2020.  Comments may be provided to the attention of Laura McMurtry via email at mcmurtryl@michigan.gov or in written form to:

MDHHS/Aging and Adult Services Agency
Attention: Laura McMurtry
333. S. Grand Ave., 4th Floor
Lansing MI  48909

The document on this page is the proposed  PY 2020-2023 SCSEP State Plan. Please review the document for full details.

Feb062020
MDHHS Aging and Adult Services Agency Senior Center Wellness Programs Funding
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Aging and Adult Services Agency (MDHHS) administers a grant program to fund senior center wellness programs.
Eligible Senior Centers must meet the following criteria:
The Center is located in Michigan and serves adults aged 60 and older.
The Center, or the organization under which it operates, has a 501(C)(3), other non-profit status, or a unit of general purpose government or agency, or educational system.
The Center is not part of a senior housing complex or a residential housing facility.
The funded programs must support mental and physical health maintenance and improvement for the participants, addressing such issues as, (but not limited to):
o Physical activity
o Nutrition
o Chronic illness and self-management
o Depression
o Social isolation
o Addictive behavior
o Fall prevention
o Caregiver education and burnout prevention
o Medication management
The planning office within the MDHHS Aging and Adult Services Agency reviews eligibility criteria, manages the application process, and administers purchase order agreements with those senior centers awarded funding.
 
 
 
This program requires reporting on grant expenditures, using the form below.
 
If you have any questions on this process, please contact Sherri King by phone at: 517-284-0167, or through email at: kings1@michigan.gov.
 
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