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Donors Like You Were the Star of a Jazz-Filled Night! WOW! You raised over $300,000! The 13th annual Presbyterian Villages of Michgan Foundation Gala was a fantastic evening and a wonderful opportunity to celebrate with YOU, the people who create new opportunities for older adults. YOU are keeping older adults from homelessness. YOU are providing opportunities for veterans like Mr. Will Henderson, who PVM President and CEO, Roger Myers recognized on stage, and YOU are making Michigan a better place to live at any age. That’s something special. And, what a special night it was! Resident Ambassadors from 17 Villages welcomed guests to the party. The All That Jazz! gala kicked off with a signature cocktail, “The PVM Pizzazz,” as the Oakland University Jazz Band provided the entertainment.

Thank you to our event chairs (L to R) Angela & Ron Goldsberry and Shirley & Ron Gillham.

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Resident “party perkers” from Westland’s The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor filled the night with energy and were a great example of how PVM residents can really jazz things up! Speaking of jazzing things up—Louise Rush, a resident from The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor, brought some great laughs and introduced special treats from fellow residents! YOU are true friends to older adults and we are grateful to have had the opportunity to celebrate with you. With your help, the reasons to celebrate—access to quality housing, life-saving services, and innovations in wellness and technology—will keep coming! Thank you!

Roger Myers thanked PVM resident and veteran Will Henderson for his service before recognizing and thanking all veterans in the crowd.

Resident ambassadors represented 17 PVM communities.

The Oakland University Jazz Band provided entertainment. They were joined by a special surprise — stilts!

ABOVE: Residents joined the band on stage for a special sing-a-long of “It Don’t Mean A Thing.” RIGHT: What a wonderful evening! Thank YOU for making all of this possible!


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PVM’S VISION REALIZED BY RESIDENTS AND STAFF We have chosen to devote this edition to social responsibility. PVM’s Vision is “to positively transform senior living and services and enhance the communities we serve.” Since there are so many great stories to share throughout the year, we wanted to highlight some of them along with how corporate leaders are assisting us to make this Vision a reality. PVM’s Leadership Let’s begin with what PVM is doing through community engagement and service. Many PVM leaders serve on boards and advisory committees at the local, state and national levels. Setting the tone for this servant leadership is PVM CEO Roger Myers. For years he has served in leadership roles for the national LeadingAge organization and LeadingAge Michigan. This organization is focused on education, advocacy and applied research in Aging, including housing and services to seniors. Myers currently serves as co-chair of the Future of Affordable Senior Housing Cabinet for the national LeadingAge. The cabinet examines issues hindering the expansion of affordable senior housing, and will look for additional ways to fund affordable senior housing in the future. At LeadingAge Michigan, Myers is the chair of the Political Action Committee, with PVM Brush Park administrator, Jannie Scott, serving as an at-large member of the committee.

Roger Myers with Alma College students

The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor’s Great Giving Spirit The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor (OSM) won the coveted Spirit Award at the Village Victory Cup for the third straight year this past spring. However, their spirit shines throughout the entire year by giving back to their community in so many ways. This spirit translated into synergy at the highest levels. WATER FOR FLINT – For starters, OSM Volunteer of the Year Wandie Cross and others talked with their pastor Rev. Vincent Matthews at their local church, People’s Community Baptist Church, about the Village’s plan to deliver water to Flint residents. The two organizations teamed up and delivered thousands of water bottles. COMPASSIONATE HEARTS – Every year the residents of OSM show community responsibility in many other ways. The Compassionate Hearts Group has visited hospital patients on a weekly basis. THE CARING HANDS GROUP – They host a long- standing group that crochets blankets for the homeless from donated plastic bags. They team up with Wayne Metro Community Services who distributes the blankets to those who can most use them. Also on an annual basis, OSM has donated hand sewn animal blankets and pillows for children over the holidays, as well as donated toys and other goods for gift baskets. COMMUNITY GIFT BASKETS – In partnership with the Good Fellows organization, OSM is assembling gift baskets for the Westland Police and Fire Departments as a thank you for the great service they provide to the community.

COMMUNITY WELLNESS PROGRAMS – Community residents have been invited to be a part of wellness sessions throughout the year in conjunction with partners such as The Senior Alliance (Area Agency on Aging Region 1-C) and Beaumont Health. Community spirit is alive and well at The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor!

The Village of East Harbor’s Engaged in Their Community! Over in Chesterfield Township, The Village of East Harbor (VEH) exemplified community engagement: In partnership with Maconce Elementary School in the Anchor Bay School District, 8 – 10 VEH residents met with 1st graders in the library every Wednesday. The students read to the volunteers. It has been a great time for all. While practicing their reading, the students showed off their electronic iPads. The residents enjoyed having a glimpse into the latest technology. Life and laughter have been abundant. The program is called “Listen & Love” since the children are being listened to but also being provided with love, encouragement and time. Another example of community engagement involved the “Give Love Project” for Macomb Foster Children. Over 200 bags and buckets were packed full of items that would enhance the lives of both elementary and junior high children. Both of these projects spoke to the magic which is part of intergenerational programs.

PVM Recognized as Best-Managed NonProfit Crain’s Detroit Business has selected Presbyterian Villages of Michigan as The Best-Managed NonProfit for 2016. PVM received the honor “For tackling the complexity of meshing an affordable senior community with increased access to health care and related services for seniors in the surrounding neighborhood and collaborating at high levels to do it...” The Edward N. and Della L. Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, near Detroit’s east riverfront, was the driving force behind this award due to innovation and challenges which were met along the way by PVM and its partners. Chelsea-based United Methodist Retirement Communities has collaborated as co-general partner of the community and managing

partner of the assisted living at Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. Henry Ford Health System is a partner in PACE Southeast Michigan, the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, which has a location on the campus. PACE is a nationally recognized way of delivering services which allows seniors to remain as independent as possible while accessing quality health care. PACE Southeast Michigan is the largest program of its kind in Michigan. Over the past eight years, the first two phases of the campus have become a $45 million project demanding 20 different sources of funding to meet capital costs. And more is on the way with the opening of two Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Green Houses® and a community center and cafe. Thome Rivertown Neighborhood shows promise as a national

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NEW PROPERTIES, NEW PROJECTS FOR PVM Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) has a 70+ year history of expertise and experience in providing services and housing for seniors in the state of Michigan. Adding to that impressive record are the attributes of innovation and diversification in the constantly changing arena of Aging in America. PVM is moving into new ventures providing consulting and management for owners of senior living properties. Delta Manor

DETROIT, NEAR EASTERN MARKET Developers: HUD and Delta Manor, Inc. Statistics: 99 apartments, Independent Living senior community. Subsidized units for 62+ PVM role: Property management Announced January 1, 2016, this agreement promises “new vitality and increases the quality of life for all residents of the development,” said Michael Polsinelli, the Detroit Field Director for HUD. Located on a 2.5 acre campus on Vernor Highway within walking distance of Detroit’s famous Eastern Market, the 7-story apartment building offers dramatic views of the Detroit skyline. Delta Manor’s elegant one-bedroom, modern apartment homes offer comfortable living accommodations for seniors age 62 and better. Whether it’s catching up on a good book in the library, enjoying celebrations and socializing in the common room, or checking email from grandkids on one of the community computers, life at Delta Manor is about embracing all of the possibilities life has to offer. Visit www.pvm. org/locations/delta-manor/ for more information and photos.

all in a luxurious environment. The building features spacious one or two bedroom apartment accommodations, and dining options including a 3rd-floor pub with dramatic views of Lake St. Clair. Lakeshore offers recreational options with activities designed to encourage residents to pursue their interests, continue to learn, make friends and have fun. The groundbreaking for Lakeshore Senior Living took place on August 31, with guests from the community, county and local government officials, representatives of the developers, PVM, and construction teams, and senior housing and services officials.

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Mike Parks, a member with Lakeshore Senior Living, LLC, stated “We are very excited to be developing a high quality senior project in St. Clair Shores and we would like to thank the City of St. Clair Shores and community at large for their incredible support and help in making this project possible.” Roger Myers, PVM President and CEO, commenting on the new management agreement said, “PVM is very excited about being a part The Park at Trowbridge of the wonderful new Lakeshore Senior Living community. We look forward to our expanded engagement across the at Trowbridge features an arts and crafts greater St. Clair Shores area in the coming studio, library, full-service salon, garden months. Lakeshore and PVM have a shared area with a gazebo greenhouse, fitness commitment to creating a superb senior center, card and game room, a sunlit community that will provide outstanding lofty lobby atrium, and a media room accommodations, programs and services.” for viewing movies and shows. Opening is scheduled for Fall, 2017. Visit New developers, The Park at Trowbridge www.LakeShoreSeniorLivingSCS.com for Group, are committed to major capital more information. The on-site sales office improvements over the next two years, with is open, call (586) 218-6228 for hours, goals of serving residents and strengthening information and appointments. the quality reputation of The Park at

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ST. CLAIR SHORES, LAKESHORE RD., BETWEEN 11 AND 12 MILE ROADS. Developer: Lakeshore Senior Living, LLC Statistics: 140 units, new development. Independent Living and Memory Care. Market rate apartments for 55+. PVM Role: Marketing, leasing and property management Lakeshore Senior Living is ideal for seniors 55+ who desire top-tier services while maintaining their privacy and independence,

SOUTHFIELD, CIVIC CENTER DRIVE AT BERG ROAD Developer: The Park at Trowbridge Group Statistics: 299 units, Independent Living apartments for 55+. PVM Role: Marketing, leasing and property management Located in Southfield, Michigan, The Park at Trowbridge is a senior living community offering Independent Living accommodations for seniors with resort-style amenities and services. Tucked into a quiet suburban neighborhood, The Park at Trowbridge is conveniently located near Telegraph Road and I-696, just minutes from the area’s best shopping, dining, entertainment and quality medical services. Residents enjoy a beautiful 10-acre wooded campus with a small creek and walking trails. The Park

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Trowbridge. PVM will serve an active advisory role during the development, as well as providing day-to-day management of the property. Visit www.ParkAtTrowbridge. com for more information.

McFarlan Villages

MCFARLAN HOME & COURT STREET VILLAGE FLINT, MI. TWO EXISTING DEVELOPMENTS ADJACENT TO THE CULTURAL CENTER. Developer: McFarlan Charitable Corporation Statistics: McFarlan Home, 29 units, Independent and Assisted Living Court Street Village, two buildings, 256 units, Independent Living McFarlan Home: Market rate for women 60+ Court Street Village: Market rate and subsidized, 55+ PVM Role: Marketing, leasing and property management McFarlan was founded in 1926 and currently serves over 300 individuals in three Flint senior communities: The McFarlan Home Continued on page 7


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COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOR PVM’S VISION Thanks to generous donations from corporations and individuals within the community, PVM is able to continue our vision. Throughout our state, community and corporate leaders have joined with PVM residents, board members, volunteers and staff to help make Michigan a great place to live and age well. How an Individual Donor and The American Legion Post #18 Helped The Village of Hampton Meadows The members of American Legion Post #18 served their country and continue to serve their community. When they heard that the residents of The Village of Hampton Meadows, near Bay City, wanted a pool table for recreation and camaraderie, they donated their table. The post commander was involved every step of the way; and the American Legion members helped to deliver the table as well as to repair and install it. The residents and their families are

finding the pool table a great way to interact and enjoy each other’s company. Sometimes it only takes one individual to create a sense of community and a spirit of giving. A relative of one Hampton Meadows resident donated a beautiful solar powered lighthouse for the main drive of the campus. Although he makes them for-profit, when he found out the purpose his sister-in-law had in mind, he eagerly donated his time and materials as a caring act. His generosity provided light to the campus in more ways than one!

Thank You, Lear Corporation, for the New Gathering Space! Thanks to generous donors, including the Lear Corporation, YOU have given residents at The Village of St. Martha’s a special retreat! Residents are grateful for a new outdoor space where they can continue to enjoy time well-spent with family and friends. Residents and supporters celebrated the new area in October with a barbecue and ribbon cutting. Lear’s gift capped two years of fundraising and hard work. Volunteers from Lear, Oak Pointe Church and the Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance came together to build the shelter and picnic benches in one day. You were vital to creating this space—and we can’t thank you enough!

Volunteers taking a break from building the new outdoor shelter and benches at St. Martha’s!

RIGHT: Jerry LaMere of Lear Corporation accepted a special thank you gift from the residents. FAR RIGHT: Residents and supporters get together to celebrate.

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Age Strong Initiative Is Now Launched

We are pleased to announce that a new initiative to provide critical services to seniors has been launched by three very strong national partners: The AARP Foundation, Capital Impact Partners, and the Calvert Foundation. The AARP Foundation is the charitable affiliate of AARP. Capital Impact Partners transforms underserved communities into strong, vibrant places of opportunity. The Calvert Foundation enables people to invest for social good. Through the Community Investment Note, they connect individual investors with organizations working around the globe, developing affordable housing, creating jobs, protecting the environment, and working in numerous other ways for the social good.

Annual Friends & Family fundraiser for PVM seniors to be held the month of April $1.2 Million—that’s how much YOU contributed since 2002, when the Friends & Family fundraiser first began, to change the lives of seniors! You have given thousands of seniors…

Safety, through security cameras to help protect their homes, Health, through exercise equipment and classes such as fall prevention and nutrition,

 Fellowship, through resident activities that combat social isolation, …and so much more! You have given residents at The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley a creative outlet to enjoy life. Residents are thrilled to use their recently purchased piano from Evola Music Center!

The Age Strong goal is to lend a total of $70 million to organizations which provide needed services for people over 50. The investments made into the Age Strong fund will fund loans to assist providers with housing and basic nutritional needs for their constituents. With smart, adaptive aging solutions, we as an aging services network will be able to create more of what people need to age strong. The Weinberg Green Houses® and the Thome Rivertown Neighborhood will be highlighted on the Age Strong website as an example of the innovative solutions which can be accomplished. The Age Strong partners spent much of a day recently filming the entire campus and interviewing key players and participants to showcase the great work being done and the vibrancy of the neighborhood. For more information, check out the Age Strong website at agestronginvest.org and pvm.org/locations/rivertown for more information about the Thome Rivertown Neighborhood.

Brush Park residents Ms. Michael Carney (standing left) and Ms. Juanita Craig (standing right) look on as Ms. Bernice Jones (center) plays their new piano, made possible by donors like you!

Hillside Seniors are Home, Thanks to You! More than a year after construction started, residents at The Village of Hillside in Harbor Springs are happy to be back in their new home! “I absolutely love it!” said Judy Byrwa of her new two-bedroom apartment. “That first night, I was so excited and grateful to be back in my own home after nearly 14 months. Thank you to all the donors who made our new home possible!” You donated over $1.6 million and gave seniors like Judy a brand new, accessible home and a larger community center. Because of you, residents can stay independent in their homes longer. Two elevators were added, so residents no longer have to struggle up the stairs with groceries. Because of you, residents don’t have to worry about where they will live as they grow older and more frail. The apartments are accessible and barrier-free, making it easier for residents to maneuver around their kitchens and bathrooms.

ABOVE: Judy Byrwa in her new apartment. “It was worth the wait!” RIGHT: 90-year-old Jeanette Scheffler in the doorway of her new apartment, spreading holiday cheer. She even decorated her balcony with Christmas lights and wreaths!

Because of you, community seniors can access more programs and private services now that the Friendship Center of Harbor Springs (the local senior citizens center) is nearly triple its former size with rooms for meal prep, private exams, a computer lab and more. Because of you, local seniors are able to stay in the community they call home.

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Helping the City of Westland Become a Community for a Lifetime! Together Community Connections and the City of Westland have been actively working to help the city become an increasingly better community for people of all ages. For the past year and a half we’ve been working to complete the Michigan Aging and Adult Services Agency (AASA) Community for a Lifetime Assessment. The AASA created the

assessment as a way to recognize communities across Michigan for their efforts to make their community a great place for people of all ages to live, work, and play. To obtain designation as a Community for a Lifetime, communities must gather information on key community livability factors, evaluate what they have found, and make plans for what can be improved to make the community friendly for people of all ages. In addition to involving city employees and other community stakeholders in completing the assessment, the participation of Westland citizens of all ages has been and remains a vital part of the evaluation process. There are two ways for citizens to get involved. First, they can take a

short online survey that takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. Second, they can gather some friends together, form a team, and select an area of the city to assess. Together with their teammates they then explore the selected area, and using tools we provide, make and record their observations. We call this putting your “feet in the street”, which we think is a great project for a variety of community groups including civic organizations, student groups, church groups, 4-H clubs, scout troops, business associations, and more! To learn more about Westland’s Community for a Lifetime Assessment and how to get involved, please visit www.cflwestland.weebly.com.

LGBT Inclusivity Toolkit Recognizing that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) older adults deserve to feel welcome in the communities they love and call home just as much as their heterosexual peers, in 2015 Community Connections applied for and obtained a generous grant from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan to develop a toolkit to help organizations like itself become more inclusive of LGBT older adults. Community Connections, a joint venture of the Luella Hannan Memorial Foundation and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, is part of a national movement called the Village Movement. In communities across the U.S., older adults are banding together and forming member-driven, volunteer-supported organizations referred to as Villages to help each other obtain the supports and services they need to remain living and actively engaged with their community. DearinDonors,

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Using lessons learned from its experience working to transform itself into an organization inclusive of LGBT older adults, Community Connections developed the toolkit for use by fellow members of the Village Movement committed to intentionally welcoming and providing safe spaces for LGBT older adults. It includes guidance on developing LGBT inclusive policies & procedures, education & training, and marketing & communications. In addition, it provides step-by-step instructions and a suggested timeline to assist Villages in seamlessly weaving policy development, training and communications into a smooth, easy to follow process. To learn more about the toolkit send an email to lgbtinclusivity@gmail.com.

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IN THE HEART OF THE CULTURAL DISTRICT

PVM’s joint venture with Hartford Community Development Corporation, Jewish Family Service of ABOVE: Mattie Laster siting in her Metropolitan Detroit and new chair lift; RIGHT: The newly Southwest Solutions, called appointed bathroom features Metro In-Home Solutions, safety grab bars and shower seat is now operational and is making a difference in seniors’ lives in a dramatic fashion. Through the help of Fifth Third Bank and a national assistance program, low interest loans have been provided to a number of seniors who desperately want to stay in their homes but are in danger of losing their independence due to needed home repairs and modifications. Among the repairs accomplished are the installation of levered door handles and internal handrails, walk-in showers and chairlifts. In addition, new gutters and downspouts, walk-in tubs and new windows have been provided. These types of installations allow seniors to remain in their homes safely and securely. Not only does this program benefit the senior homeowners. It also benefits the community in that it prevents nursing home admissions and maintains home values.

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McFarlan Home Located in the center of everything! McFarlan Home is located in Flint’s College and Cultural District where residents have easy access to concerts theater, art and museums. When you are looking for senior living with a difference, consider McFarlan Home. With all the features and amenities this truly is senior living simplified! 700 E, Kearsley St. • Flint, MI 48503 810-235-3077 • mcfarlanvillages.org

Metro In-Home Solutions has established its office at 1920 25th Street in Detroit under the capable leadership of its business manager, Gary Gray. He can be reached at 313-297-1342. We would like to thank the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and Fifth Third Bank for their support and innovative spirit in making this important initiative a reality and for improving the lives of seniors in Southeast Michigan.

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and two communities known as Court Street Village. Both are located adjacent to Flint’s Cultural Center, Mott Community College, Applewood–the Mott Estate, and the Flint Farmer’s Market.

McFarlan Home A residence for women over 60 years of age. Each resident has her own large bedroom or suite and can remain engaged in activities in the local community. McFarlan Home was based on the vision of Mrs. Mary McFarlan Whaley. She specified in her will that upon her death

a trust would be created “for the purpose of providing and maintaining a home for elderly ladies.” This home was to be called “The McFarlan Home” in memory of her parents. For information visit: mcfarlanvillages.org

Court Street Village Two buildings on a spacious, tree-shaded campus with gazebo and walking paths. Both buildings feature one and two bedroom apartments; and some units feature balconies. The campus supports a healthy and active senior lifestyle including maintenance-free living, social opportunities and community activities, a library in each building, recreation room, apartment intercoms, laundry rooms on each floor, beauty salon, computer rooms, sitting rooms and an on-site service coordinator. For more information, visit: mcfarlanvillages.org

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Court Street Village Welcome to Court Street Village! The grounds offer majestic shade trees and extensive landscaping that create a tranquil natural setting providing retreat from the bustling city. We offer excellent living options for active seniors with all the amenities and features you desire. We offer the perfect accommodations that fit every lifestyle. 800 East Court Street • Flint, MI 48503 810-239-4400


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Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 2016 Board of Directors OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

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

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

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Executive Team

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

Editor:

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, Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation

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Contributors: Bobie Clement, CFRE Audra Frye Debbie Smith Cheryl Sonnenberg Avni Thomas Paige Vanzo Tom Wyllie

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation 2016 Board of Directors OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

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

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

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

PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan

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Denise Turman John E. Utley Mark Wallace

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Ex-Officio: George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers

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Alpena Alpena Village 989.356.3396

Detroit Delta Manor 313.259.5140

Kalamazoo The Village of Sage Grove 269.567.3300

Battle Creek The Village of Mill Creek 269.962.0605

Hartford Village 248.281.2024

Pontiac The Village of Oakland Woods 248.334.4379

Bay City The Village of Hampton Meadows 989.892.1912 Chesterfield The Village of East Harbor 586.725.6030

The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood 313.259.9000

Redford The Cottages at Redford 313.541.6300

The Village of Bethany Manor 313.894.0430 The Village of Brush Park Manor Paradise Valley 313.832.9922

Clinton Township The Village of Peace Manor 586.790.4500

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 Flint McFarlan Villages 810.235.3077

Harbor Springs

Gibraltar The Village of Gibraltar Manor 734.676.4802

Villages* PACE Southeast Michigan**

Harbor Springs The Village of Hillside 231.526.7108

Rosebush

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Chesterfield Clinton Township Township Pontiac Warren Redford Westland

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Rosebush The Village of Rosebush Manor 989.433.0150 Southfield The Park at Trowbridge 248.356.5060 St. Clair Shores Lakeshore Senior Living 586.218.6228 Warren The Village of Warren Glenn 586.751.5090 Westland The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor 734.595.4663

Fort Gratiot Township The Village of Lake Huron Woods 810.385.9516

Alpena

The Villa at Redford 313.541.6000

Perry Farm Village 231.526.1500 Holly The Village of Holly Woodlands 248.634.0592 Jackson The Village of Spring Meadows 517.788.6679 The Village of Spring Meadows II 517.788.7502

The Village of Westland 734.728.5222 COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES

PACE Southeast Michigan: Southfield, Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, Warren Alternative Care 855.445.4554 CareSync Solutions 248.773.4550

Metro In-Home Solutions 313.297.1342 Community Connections 248.281.2047 Bay-Connect 231.526.5557

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

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