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FEATURED ARTICLES Shining Star Awardees Service Excellence Green Houses® Reinvent Nursing Care

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ABOVE LEFT: Our awesome staff hosts Katrina Summersen, our guest Carol Nolta, and Ellen Byrne; ABOVE RIGHT: Winners of the Spirit Award the Monarchs from The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor.

11th Annual Village Victory Cup Live Streamed For the first time in its history, the Village Victory Cup (VVC) was live streamed to an international audience. The competition was expected to be fierce; and the teams did not disappoint in that regard. For the second year in a row, The Village of Westland was victorious while capturing the Village Victory Cup. They had reluctantly brought the cup to the event stating that they would simply be taking it back to their village at the end of the day for another year of display! Although several of the villages gave them a run for their money,

they proved themselves right. Our Saviour’s Manor team displayed great spirit and was rewarded with capturing the Spirit Award. Their entrance was a sight to behold with a “Homecoming Queen,” music, dancing, and very spirited cheering. The Lip Sync video contest was christened this year with The Village of St. Martha’s taking first place. The creativity of all videos was remarkable; and, the judges had a very difficult time with their decision. Continued on page 2

PVM Takes Top Honors from LeadingAge Michigan PVM was recognized in a big way at the 2016 LeadingAge Michigan Awards Gala! Lynette Sanday of The Village of East Harbor received the Caring Spirit Award; and David Miller, vice president and executive director for The Village of East Harbor received the Leadership In ACTION Award. The program description stated:

CARING SPIRIT – Lynette Sanday Presbyterian Villages of Michigan— The Village of East Harbor Lynette has been a nurse at The Village of East Harbor for over 14 years. She started at the skilled nursing facility and now works as the Charge Nurse in the Memory Care Unit. Lynette is a strong and dedicated nurse who gives 110 percent advocating and working to achieve and deliver the best quality care possible for the residents. She consistently provides compassionate care excelling in all she does for the residents on a daily basis. She is passionate about her job. Lynette cares deeply for her residents and embraces their families. She treats them like her own family, always making sure they are comfortable, happy and have everything they need. Her supervisors have received countless letters, emails and verbal exchanges from family members expressing how instrumental Lynette is in their loved one’s care and how much they appreciate everything she does. She makes a

Lynette Sanday, recipient of the “Caring Spirit Award” for her compassionate care (left); and David Miller, recipient “Leadership in Action Award” for his service to The Village of East Harbor (right).

difference in residents’ lives every single day. She is a true definition of a caring and compassionate nurse.

LEADERSHIP IN ACTION – David Miller Presbyterian Villages of Michigan— The Village of East Harbor David’s career in senior services began with his very first job at The Village of Redford working his way through high school and college. For the past 30 years, David has made serving seniors his life’s mission. Continued on page 3


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11th Annual Village Victory Cup Live Streamed Continued from page 1

Most importantly, everyone remarked that this is such a fun event that they look forward to participating every year. And, being in training for the event throughout the year keeps everyone engaged in healthy activity. The paper airplane flight contest, balloon volleyball and the puzzler were all favorite events. The fast walkers were an inspiration to all!

RIGHT: Fidelis Volunteer Group; TOP AND BELLOW: Resident participants

Volunteers also shared that they enjoyed the event so much, they’re already planning to return next year! An intergenerational approach was even more evident this year with all ages joining in the fun as volunteers. The Virtual VVC Winner was The Village of Sage Grove. The Virtual Spirit Award Winner was The Village of Spring Meadows II.

To see the Village Victory Cup in action, visit the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Facebook page and join in the fun.

Congratulations to PVM’s Shining Stars for Service Excellence The results are in from our annual Shining Star Awards! These awards are given in recognition of Service Excellence performed daily by PVM employees. Our Top Ten employees for 2016 are:

PVM staff, residents and families are able to nominate any staff member they think is deserving of such an award. The various awards consist of:

Top Awardee: Graziella Bruner, The Village Our Saviour’s Manor, Administrative Assistant

• Top Shining Star – Awarded $1,000 and two tickets to the PVM Foundation Gala

• Candace Comer, The Village Rosebush Manor, RN •A  nn Marie Hart, The Village of East Harbor, Transporter • Nakia Johnson, PVM Home Office, Administrative Coordinator • Elizabeth Mianecki, The Village of East Harbor, Wellness Associate • Matthew Myers, The Village of Oakland Woods, Maintenance Technician • Cassie M. Roberts, The Village of Holly Woodlands, Activity Coordinator • Andrew G. Schaefer, Perry Farm Village, RN •C  hristina Tracy, The Village of Westland, RN •H  annah L. MiCallef, The Cottages at Redford, Independant Living Administrative Assistant Service Excellence is composed of four pillars: LISTENING – Actively paying attention and seeking to understand. RELATIONSHIPS – Our way of forming a meaningful and genuine connection with our residents, each other and the community. ACCOUNTABILITY – The willingness to accept responsibility and delivering upon expectations. RESPECT – Treating all with dignity and worth.

• Top 10 – Awarded $250 each

• Caring Spirit Award – for Resident Assistants and CNA’s – Awarded $250

Matthew Myers, Maintenance at The Village of Oakland Woods, a Top 10 Winner

• Top Caring Spirit – Awarded $1,000 • Leadership In Action (for mid-level supervisors) – Awarded plaque • Senior Leadership (administrators and executive team members) – Awarded plaque Other employee recognition awards usually celebrated during Shining Star are: • Melinda Conway Callahan Spirit of Giving – for the employee who has consistently made financial contributions, has volunteered in PVM and the community, and exemplifies the culture of philanthropy

Residents and staff at The Village of Hampton Meadows

Awarded $500 to their Village choice and two tickets to the PVM Foundation Gala with seats at the President’s table. • Helen Morrison Marketing Award We are proud to announce that 130 staff members were nominated this year.

Residents and staff at The Village of Spring Meadows

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Health Care Reinvented – Thank You! The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses®

Because of many generous donors like you, frail older adults of Detroit will be able to live at the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses®. Located at The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood campus, over 60% of the structure is constructed. Much of the original building, such as the brick walls and interior support, has been adapted and reused. The first floor features high ceilings to accommodate a spacious community café and program area. Thank you donors! The Green House model offers care for 10-12 residents in a warm, personal and home-like setting. This model offers personalized care, private rooms and a central hearth, where the kitchen and dining room are located for family style meals. The first residents will be Detroiters currently in the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) at Thome Rivertown. Some of these PACE participants need health care 24/7 and want to continue working with the same medical professionals who have helped them over the past two years. With the completion of the Weinberg Green Houses®, the PACE medical staff will be able to continue supporting Green House residents, ensuring they have continuity in their health care and the health professionals they trust, while still living in their community. Thank you donors – without philanthropy this project would not have happened.

Announcement of LeadingAge Michigan Awards Continued from page 1

Under his dedicated and compassionate leadership, The Village of East Harbor has been a flagship senior living community as part of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. Even during the recession, The Village of East Harbor remained profitable and successful. He is passionate about the seniors he serves. According to David, “The residents are my boss, this is their home, and I am here because of them.” He has created a culture centered on caring while still managing to maintain a very successful facility. He promotes a well-balanced life with both the residents and the employees. He knows everyone by name and joins in whether it is helping a family navigate the long-term care process or celebrating a resident or staff member. He takes time to talk to everyone and listen to what they have to say. You rarely see David down, rather quite the opposite. His positive attitude, laughter, and sense of humor are contagious. Dave is genuinely concerned about his team. His enthusiasm, quick wit, dedication, and open door policy instills confidence in his team that he is there for them and always has their back. David is an inspiring leader. He has the ability to bring out the best in everyone who works for and with him. He empowers his team to meet goals, seek

You are helping to reinvent health care. Frail older adults will gain care in a warm personal setting.

solutions, and achieve great results. He allows them freedom to do what needs to be done to provide the best senior living services for the residents. He always gives credit to his team and does not take credit himself. When challenged, he leads his team enthusiastically and with optimism. David can resolve conflicts in the work place with diplomacy leaving all involved walking away with dignity, and inspiration to be and do better. A great leader displays confidence, empathy, passion and honesty. Those who know David, would not hesitate to use these qualities to describe him. He epitomizes the notion of Service Excellence in all he does. He is a compassionate and intelligent leader. He is a man of action who leads by example and makes no excuses. We are honored to celebrate David’s 30th anniversary with Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. Also, PVM made a full sweep with honorable mentions: Ellen Byrne, executive director of The Village of Westland, received honorable mention for the Mentor Award. Donald Pailen, PVM volunteer for the Legacy Corps, also received honorable mention in the Individual Volunteer of the Year category. The Legacy Corps program received honorable mention for the Group Volunteer of the Year category.

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ABOVE FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Gray, Metro In-Home Solutions; Lynn Alexander, PVM; Roger Myers; PVM; Perry Ohren, Jewish Family Services; George Millush, PVM; Duane Lewis, Southwest Solutions & PVM; Katrina Summersett, PVM; John Van Camo, Southwest Solutions; and Frank Taylor, Hartford Memorial Baptist Church were on hand for the signing of the agreement.

It’s official! PVM recently launched a new business line along with three other respected partnering organizations: Hartford Memorial Baptist Church, Southwest Solutions and Jewish Family Service. Metro In-Home Solutions will assist seniors and others in need of accessibility to retrofit their homes and remain independent. This venture was begun in answer to the great need for this service noted by all four partners over many years of community involvement. The Bipartisan Public Policy Center (see article on on page 5) found that 88% of seniors want to remain in their own home; and 89% want to remain in their community. Metro In-Home Solutions will assist seniors to be able to fulfill that wish.

Interested parties can have their home assessed for safety and accessibility issues and then make the adjustments necessary to remain in their home as long as possible while doing so in a safe and responsible manner. Home repair is also on the horizon. It is important to note that prevention is key. Many people wait until a major incident such as a fall or hospitalization and then are not able to return home. If one prepares ahead and is ready for anything they have a much better chance of staying independent. For further information and to find out how to access these services, call Gary Gray at (313) 929-9980.

Please join us for our Grand Opening Celebration at PACE Southeast Michigan’s New Southfield Center

The Village of Westland offers several different living options to help you live your best life, The Village of Westland is Wayne County’s standout senior living and care facility. Offering a variety of independent living floor plans to meet each resident’s unique needs, Westland’s 23-acre campus is a place you’ll be thrilled to call home. If living your best life involves health care services, The Village offers the full gamut of care options including enhanced living, assisted living, memory care, and respite services. Residents will enjoy eating chef-prepared meals in the gorgeous dining room, and taking advantage of many of the village’s amenities including a fitness center, newly remodeled library, game room, and on-site transportation.

When:

Friday, August 26, 2016 9:00 am to 11:00am

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PACE Southeast Michigan - Southfield Center 24463 W. 10 Mile Rd Southfield, MI 48033

Event Highlights:

9:00 am – 9:30 am Welcome and Networking 9:30 am – 10:00 am Guest Speakers and Ribbon Cutting 10:00 am – 10:30 am Refreshments and Center Tours

RSVP:

Laurie Arora 248-556-9199 Laurie.Arora@pacesemi.org

The Village of Westland

32001 Cherry Hill Road Westland, Michigan 48186-7902

Call 734.728.5222 to schedule a your visit today!

PACE Southeast Michigan is a unique health care plan that provides home and community-based care and services to help seniors maintain their independence. Part of the national PACE – Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly-PACE Southeast Michigan brings together all the care needed in a truly integrated care model that allows participants to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible. For more information visit www.pacesemi.org.

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Bipartisan Public Policy Center PVM was honored to recently attend an invitation only a policy briefing with the Bipartisan Public Policy Center in Washington D.C. The purpose of this briefing was to announce the findings of a year-long task force and release its report on housing and services for seniors. It was a very welcome message and good news for seniors. This Senior Health and Housing Task Force is comprised of four well-respected leaders from both sides of the aisle, all of whom have noted careers. They include Henry Cisneros, Former Secretary for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); Mel Martinez, Former Secretary for HUD and a Former U.S. Senator; Allyson Y. Schwartz, Former U.S. Representative; and Vin Weber, Former U.S. Representative. They spoke with passion and stated boldly that America can and must do far more than it is presently doing to support its senior population. The task force report, titled “Healthy Aging Begins At Home” states some very alarming statistics as to the state of affairs regarding the future of aging in America. (Please see infographic at right). However, the good news is that this task force and the combined efforts of many across the aging services network, can create a collective voice to totally transform the way our society treats the senior population.

America’s population is aging. By integrating health care and other services with housing, the U.S. has the potential to improve health outcomes for older adults, reduce costs borne by the health care system, and enable millions to “age with options” in their homes and communities.

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$143,597 average home equity*

$45,800/yr home health aid 9

$104,974 per capita median retirement and financial assets 7

$87,600/yr nursing facility care 10

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HEALTHY AGING BEGINS AT HOME

Among the recommendations given in the report are: integrate health care and supportive services with housing; make homes and communities age-friendly; and build affordable, suitable housing for seniors. Presbyterian Villages of Michigan has long been known as an innovator for quality living and services. These recommendations affirm that we are on the right track. Many of the bold moves we have made in recent years to add home and community based services to our portfolio have positioned us to be leaders in transforming the way we age in America. Stay tuned for further developments both at a national level and with regard to what PVM is doing to add to the collective voice of change.

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No-step entries of existing homes have more than one universal design element 11

Single floor living Switches and outlets reachable at any height Extra-wide hallways and doors Lever-style door and faucet handles

1/3 700K hospitalizations $34B in health care costs 2.5M emergency department visits of older adults fall annually, resulting in approximately:

Only 3.8% of housing units in the U.S. are suitable for individuals with moderate mobility difficulties 13 12

WHAT WE MUST DO Integrate health care and supportive services with housing

2016 GALA

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NOVEMBER 11, 2016 Celebrate seniors at this annual gala with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, raffle prizes, dinner and entertainment!

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1. U.S. Census Bureau, “Table 9 Projections of the Population by Sex and Age for the United States: 2015 to 2016,” 2014 National Population Projections: Summary Tables; http://census.gov/population/projections/data/2014/summarytables.html 2. AARP, “Home and Community Preferences of the 45+ Population, 2014,” (September 2014); http://goo.gl/qjCSUT 3. BPC Long-Term Care Initiative, “Initial Recommendations to Improve the Financing of Long-Term Care,” (February 2016); http://bipartisanpolicy.org/library/long-term-care-financing-recommendations/ 4. M Williams and Meghan Henry, “Demographics of Homelessness Series: The Rising Elderly Population,” Homelessness Research Institute, (2010); http://goo.gl/dlrQ9Z 5. RWFJ, “Health Policy Brief: Rebalancing Medicaid Long-Term Services and Supports,” Health Affairs (September 2015); http://www.healthaffairs.org/healthpolicybriefs/brief.php?brief_id=144 6. Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., Make Room Campaign, “Number of Senior Households with Severe Rent Burdens Rising Faster Than Senior Population Overall,” (February 2016); http://goo.gl/XdaNLS 7. DYNASIM3 – The Urban Institute 8. Cost was calculated using the rate of $65/day, 5 days/week; BPC Long-Term Care Initiative, “Initial Recommendations to Improve the Financing of Long-Term Care.” 9. Cost was calculated using the rate of $20/hour, 44 hours/week; Erica Reaves & Marybeth Musumeci, “Medicaid and Long-Term Services and Supports: A Primer,” Kaiser Family Foundation (May 2015); http://goog.gl/Uh5xv5 10. Ibid. 11. Harvard JCHS, “Housing America’s Older Adults: Meeting the Needs of an Aging Population,” (2014); http://goo.gl/q8m4dM

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Older Adults Thrive!

Society Donors and Board Members Honored for Making That Happen. The 22nd annual Calvin, Sterling & Peterson Mission Makers Societies and Board Recognition Luncheon was held on June 6th at the Masonic Temple in Detroit. Guests enjoyed a private, guided tour followed by recognition presentation to donors. The magnificent architecture and sense of history were the perfect setting to honor those who have ensured the legacy of PVM. Thomas Kimble, PVM Foundation Board Member and immediate past president of AARP Michigan, delivered the inspiring welcome and closing remarks. Tom Wyllie, PVM Director of Wellness, shared how much the Village Victory Cup means to PVM residents. And the audience was treated to an encore of Village of Westland resident Motoko Huthwaite’s testimonial from the Inspire Possibilities Breakfast. PVM Foundation donors enjoy a luncheon at the historical Masonic Temple of Detroit.

In addition to thanking members of all three giving societies for their loyal support, PVM recognized the outstanding servant leadership of several board members. Learn more about the giving societies and how you can become a member at PVMF.org, or contact the PVM Foundation at 248.281.2040 or pvmfoundation@pvm.org.

Women in Blue Recognition

PVM was pleased to be part of the Women in Blue recognition hosted by The Detroit Public Safety Foundation on Monday, June 6, 2016 at the Detroit Athletic Club. Women in Blue was an opportunity to thank the Detroit Police Department (DPD) for the work they do on behalf of women and children. The event also provided a platform to honor the contributions of women within the DPD. For the first time, a Women in Blue Officer of the Year Award was presented to a female officer who has shown professionalism, respect, integrity, dedication and excellence. Sgt. Chimene Irvin, who has worked with DPD for 30 years, received the honor.

ABOVE: The Officer of the Year was Sgt. Chimene Irvin, a 30 year veteran of the department; BELOW: Senator Debbie Stabenow appeared as a special guest speaker.

Mrs. Martha Firestone Ford was recognized with the “Zero Tolerance Award” for her stance on Domestic Violence in the NFL. As the owner of the Detroit Lions, she has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to domestic violence and dangerous weapons. She was honored for her commitment to stopping domestic violence and changing the culture in the NFL. United States Senator Debbie Stabenow spoke as a special guest, remarking about her grandfather, Lee Greer, who was a police officer and her admiration for first responders. She also spoke about her commitment and advocacy for the safety and well-being of women and children. We were also honored to have Mary Kramer, publisher with Crain’s Detroit Business, serve as our hostess. “Once again, Women in Blue was a huge success. We are thankful for our sponsors and community partners who also believe in the importance of recognizing our Women in Blue. This event is important to us because we believe these women are worthy of this celebration. We are proud to present it each year,” said Catherine Govan, executive director of the Detroit Public Safety Foundation. Story reprinted courtesy of Catherine Govan, executive director of the Detroit Public Safety Foundation.

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McFarlan and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan to Work Together for Flint Seniors

Hillside/Friendship Center Renewal Project Nearing Completion

PVM and McFarlan Charitable Corporation (McFarlan), based in Flint, Michigan, have entered into a management agreement to assist with strategy and operations of McFarlan properties. With shared values and a mission to create new possibilities for senior living, our two organizations are well positioned to add to the vibrancy of the surrounding community which is adjacent to downtown Flint near the cultural center. McFarlan has been a well-respected member of the Flint area for many years.

Thanks to the generosity of donors, and after two years of fundraising and construction, the new and improved Village of Hillside is nearing completion! The new building replaces the three oldest buildings, built in 1975, with 32 apartments accessible to those with mobility issues. Additionally, the Friendship Center of Harbor Springs will have a permanent, larger space to accommodate more programs and serve more local seniors.

Save the date for the open house and dedication ceremony on Wednesday, August 24th in Harbor Springs!

Hartford Village Almost Move-in Ready! We are pleased to report that Hartford Village is almost move-in ready! After an outstanding groundbreaking event in August 2015 with over 600 attendees and numerous events for upcoming residents, a great deal of action has been taking place to make sure everything is ready to welcome them. Cottage and apartment move-ins will take place later this year. Plans are under way for a Grand Opening to celebrate this much anticipated arrival in the City of Detroit. We will keep you posted as soon as the date is set. Hartford Village is a joint venture between Hartford Memorial Baptist Church and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. For further information on Hartford Village contact Gena Edwards by phone at (248) 320-0880 or by e-mail at gedwards@pvm.org.

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In 1926, The McFarlan Home was established to provide housing for single, older women in an area adjacent to downtown Flint and near the Cultural Center. In 1976, The McFarlan Home moved from its original home, which is now a museum facility known as the Whaley Historical House, to next door on Kearsley Street. The McFarlan Home is a 29-unit assisted living facility for women (State licensed home for the aged). In 2011, The McFarlan Home acquired two nearby apartment buildings known as Court Street Village (CSV) East (150 units) and Court Street Village (CSV) West (106 units). These buildings are occupied by moderate to low income seniors, who are able to live independently. In 2013, The McFarlan Home transferred all properties and investments to various subsidiary organizations. The McFarlan Home was renamed the McFarlan Charitable Corporation (McFarlan), a Michigan nonprofit corporation, to better reflect the work it does. All the residential facilities are supported by McFarlan, which provides amenities and services to the residents. Robert Bessert, president and chair of the McFarlan Board of Directors, stated: “The Board of McFarlan Charitable Corporation is thrilled to enter into this Management Agreement with PVM. Because of our similar missions, PVM will be able to begin managing McFarlan with little disruption. We look forward to our future relationship.” Roger Myers, PVM president and CEO, commenting on the LOI said, “PVM is looking forward to working closely with the McFarlan Charitable Corporation and to strengthening its impressive 90 year legacy of providing quality services to Flint area seniors. We are excited about the prospects of sharing PVM’s professional experiences and leadership resources, along with becoming engaged with a broad set of community stakeholders.” Welcome McFarlan! We look forward to an outstanding working relationship in keeping with our long-standing histories and commitment to Service Excellence.


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Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation 2016 Board of Directors

OFFICERS

George B. Millush, Jr., Chair W. Paul Rau, Vice Chair for Finance Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D., Vice Chair for Governance Carolyn Hastings, Vice Chair for Human Resources Gwendolyn Parker, M.D., Vice Chair for Quality First William L. Ball, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Ted L. Payne, Vice Chair for Marketing William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Delilah Miller, Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS William L. Ball Gary Beaulac James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Emeritus Carolyn J. Hastings Kenneth L Hollowell David A. Imesch Lynda K. Jeffries, Ph.D. Henry Johnson Duane Lewis

OFFICERS James S. Gompers, Chair Robert R. Schroeder, Vice Chair Donald A. Lindow, Secretary Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation

Editor

DIRECTORS Linda Bomberski Brian W. Carnaghi Betsy Reid Creedon Elmer Dixon James S. Gompers Henry Johnson Thomas E. Kimble

Bobie Clement, CFRE Catherine Govan Audra Frye Debbie Smith

David F. Lau Donald A. Lindow Jerome Morgan Robert V. Peterson Richard E. Rabbideau Robert Schroeder Donna Snider

Villages

Harbor Springs

Alpena

Villages* Rosebush

PACE Southeast Michigan**

Bay City

Community Connections*

Fort Gratiot Township

Holly

Chesterfield

Pontiac

** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System

Denise Turman John E. Utley Ex-Officio: George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers

Kalamazoo

Battle Creek Jackson

Clinton Township Township Warren

Redford Westland

Embrace the possibilities

Detroit

Gibraltar

Avni Thomas Paige Vanzo Tom Wyllie

For more information about a Village near you visit www.pvm.org or call 248.281.2020

Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Brian W. Carnaghi, Senior Vice President of Finance & Business Development (CFO) LaDonna Holley, Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Organizational Development Lynn Alexander, Vice President of Public Affairs & President/ CEO of Your Aging Well Advisors Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation

Ex-Officio: James S. Gompers Roger L. Myers

* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations

Contributors:

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Executive Team

George B. Millush, Jr. Gwendolyn Parker, M.D. Ted Payne W. Paul Rau Raymond H. Steben, Jr. E. Kern Tomlin

PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan

Lynn Alexander, Vice President of Public Affairs 248.281.2020

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Perry Farm Village, Harbor Springs 231.526.1500 The Village of Hillside, Harbor Springs 231.526.7108 Alpena Village, Alpena 989.356.3396 The Village of Rosebush Manor, Rosebush 989.433.0150 The Village of Hampton Meadows, Bay City 989.892.1912 The Village of Lake Huron Woods, Fort Gratiot Township 810.385.9516 The Village of East Harbor, Chesterfield Township 586.725.6030 The Village of Holly Woodlands, Holly 248.634.0592 The Village of Sage Grove, Kalamazoo 269.567.3300 The Village of Mill Creek, Battle Creek 269.962.0605 The Village of Spring Meadows, Jackson 517.788.6679 The Village of Oakland Woods, Pontiac 248.334.4379 The Village of Peace Manor, Clinton Township 586.790.4500 The Village of Warren Glenn, Warren 586.751.5090 The Village of Redford, Redford 313.531.6874 The Villa at Redford, 313.541.6000 The Cottages at Redford, 313.541.6300 The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor, Westland 734.595.4663

The Village of Westland, Westland 734.728.5222 The Village of Gibraltar Manor, Gibraltar 734.676.4802 Detroit: Delta Manor 313.259.5140 Hartford VIllage 248.281.2024 The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, 313.259.9000 The Village of Bethany Manor, 313.894.0430 The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley, 313.832.9922 The Village of Harmony Manor, 313.934.4000 The Village of Oakman Manor, 313.957.0210 The Village of St. Martha’s, 313.582.8088 The Village of Woodbridge Manor, 313.494.9000

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PACE Southeast Michigan: Southfield, 248.556.9711 The Thome Rivertown, 855.445.4554 Warren Alternative Care, 855.445.4554 Community Connections Greater Midtown: Detroit, 313.831.1089 Bay Connect (Community Connections of Greater Harbor Springs): Harbor Springs, 231.526.5557

CareSync Solutions: 248.773.4550

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