Have you or has someone you know ever struggled to make ends meet? For over 30 years, our organization has been helping older adults obtain peace of mind. We don’t believe you should have to make decisions like choosing between food and medicine because of hard times.
You are not alone. We can help! Make One Call for Help and connect with pension, nutrition, and benefits access counseling! We help vulnerable adults of all ages, and most of our services are free of charge.
Every day, we help people solve problems, protect their rights, and work to ensure that their basic needs are met. Our work includes putting healthy food on the table, discovering ways to help pay for utility bills, finding safe and affordable housing, and much more. All you have to do is make One Call for Help!
To find out more information about the services we offer, simply click on one of the icons to the right. If you’d like to schedule an appointment with someone at our office, call toll free 866.400.9164.
We always strive for elaborate results and do our best for our clients
The Mid-America Pension Rights Project assists retirees of any age or any income with retirement benefits. Individuals can receive basic advice about pension laws and rights, and our staff will investigate pension benefit denials and file appeals when necessary. The pension rights of divorced persons, pension-related assistance for surviving spouses, and help finding lost pensions are included in our services.
The Mid-America Pension Rights Project is available Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM.
Benefits Access Counseling
MiCAFE, or Michigan’s Coordinated Access to Food for the Elderly, helps individuals apply for benefits that meet their basic needs including utilities, food, housing, medical assistance, and prescription drugs. Application assistance is available in person and over the telephone, and is primarily for people age 60 and older. We also provide nutrition education, food preparation tips, and much more.
MiCAFE is available Monday through Friday, 9 AM – 3 PM.
The Michigan Elder Justice Coordinating Council (MEJCC) was established to achieve a vision for a comprehensive, coordinated, innovative, and effective response to all forms of elder abuse. The MEJCC works with community partners from across Michigan to complete its mission of serving as a voice for elder abuse victims.
The MEJCC provides support to promote elder justice including advocacy and legislation support, resources, research, communication and coordination efforts as well as direct services such as education, training and outreach.
MEJCC is available Monday through Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM.
Our Pooled Account Trust offers the opportunity to set money aside for the care and future needs of someone under the age of 65 who is living with a disability at a low cost. The trust protects Medicaid, SSI, and other benefits for long term care needs.
Information and Counseling
Many older adults do not have a support network nearby. Michigan’s Senior Connect Line seeks to help with that by providing a daily or weekly check-in. Older adults can either call in to check in, or our trained staff will call them to check in. This program seeks to break down barriers to obtaining healthcare, mental wellness, social and consumer services.