Community Resources

Area Agency on Aging Resources:

Care Connections Program

Creating Confident Caregivers

Additional Resources

Aging and Disability Resource Collaborative of Northwest Michigan Brochure

Aging and Disability Resource Collaborative of Northwest Michigan FAQ

Michigan Collaborative Child Care Program – MC3

MC3 program

PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION ASSISTANCE FOR PATIENTS

Call 1-877-211-5253 –  For 24 Hour access to Resource Information and help with Food, Clothing, Care, Housing and other Community Resources.

Click on the links below to access state and county community resources:

STATE OF MICHIGAN

Statewide Resources

ANTRIM COUNTY

Food and Nutrition Information

CRAWFORD COUNTY

Crawford County Resources

GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY

Grand Traverse County

Food and Nutrition Information

Area Wellness and Exercise Resources

Dental Clinics North

Community Resource Group Listing

EMMET COUNTY

Emmet County

Women’s Resource Center

Area Wellness and Exercise Resources

UPPER PENINSULA

Sault Ste. Marie

Upper Peninsula

MANISTEE COUNTY

Manistee County

Area Wellness and Exercise Resources

WEXFORD COUNTY

Wexford Resources

Aging and Disability Resource Collaborative of Northwest Michigan (ADRC)

Offers free information and assistance and options counseling to support older adults and persons with a disability (including pediatrics with psycho/social/learning disabilities). The goal is to empower individuals to make informed decisions about support services and to help individuals easily access services. One of the most common scenarios is building a plan to help individuals with chronic health problems to stay at home, accessing public and private resources to meet daily living needs, and to help caregivers with resources.

ADRC Brochure

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCE

If you have a partner or spouse who abuses you emotionally, physically and/or sexually, get help. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. For information about local shelters and other resources, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY).


MI PATH Program- Chronic Disease Self-Management     

The PATH program (also known as the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Program) was developed to help people learn techniques and strategies for the day-to-day management of chronic or long term health conditions. It is a six-week workshop conducted in 2 1/2 hour sessions each week. Workshops are offered in convenient, easily accessible community locations and are offered for free, or at very low cost to participants. Click here for additional information and local contact information.

MICHIGAN’S GUIDE for AGING DRIVERS and THEIR FAMILIES

For an excellent resource regarding aging drivers, mobility/independence, and safety,

click here.


Women Veterans’ Outreach Toolkit – click here

Resources for Hearing Loss – click here

Resources for Blind and Visually Impaired – click here

Traverse Health Clinic Dental

 

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