Older Adults and People with Disabilities

Families are the cornerstones of community. From the youngest child to the oldest senior, Community Action Agencies in Michigan provide services that help low income families stay together and achieve a higher level of economic independence and stability. Some examples include:

  • Adult day care
  • Chore services such as yard maintenance and snow removal
  • In-home health and help services
  • Senior nutrition programs like Meals on Wheels
  • Accessing Medicaid and other health insurance options
  • Elder care and caregiver support
  • Food pantries, congregant meals, and community gardens
  • Support for seniors who are caring for young children

Contact your local agency to request assistance.