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Summer Time Welcomes Future Residents to Lakeshore
Awards & Accolades A Spring Full of Inspiration Thanks to Donors!
An Aging Well Attitude: Featuring Jim Gompers How to Fight for Older Adults
Village Victory Cup-265 residents had the BEST day!
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The 2017 Village Victory Cup surpassed its own records in a big way! More villages and volunteers joined in to make this event an outstanding victory for all. Seventeen communities participated at the site event, which was held in Dearborn at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center. Two hundred sixty-five residents joined in the games with the support of 96 “coaches” comprised of PVM staff and volunteers. Volunteers enjoyed the day so much they volunteered to help out at other events. The Village of Westland maintained their all-star status by achieving first place for the third year in a row and four out of the past six years. The look of joy on their faces was a sight to behold! The Village of East Harbor, always a competitive team, came in second place and The Village of
LEFT: The Redford Sharks captured the Spirit Award! ABOVE: The Village of Westland enjoying the thrill of victory!
St. Martha's earned a respectable third place. The Village of Redford captured the Spirit Award while displaying tremendous energy and passion throughout the day. Another six communities participated in the Virtual Victory Cup, which took place onsite at their locations. The winner by a margin was The Village of Hampton Meadows with The Village of Spring Meadows coming in at second place. Although the Village Victory Cup is an event, it encourages year-round wellness, exercise, and resident engagement. Teams begin to practice for the next year almost as soon as the event is Continued on page 2
New Community Helps Keep Seniors in Detroit Kresge Foundation-backed development aimed at moderate- and middle incomes adds to neighborhood revival Reprinted with permission from: The Kresge Foundation
Jewels and Billy Gines make room on the couch for China, an affable Chihuahua, to wiggle her way between them as they discuss the decades-old desire that has brought them back to Detroit, where their hearts are most alive. “I played golf all over the city, and I kept asking about new real estate developments close to my old neighborhood,” says Billy, 84.
The Gines and their dog China are home at Detroit’s Hartford Village — Thanks To You! (Photo Credit: The Kresge Foundation)
“Then I saw a brochure for Hartford Village, and I knew this would be perfect for us,” says Jewels Gines. At that, China barks, as if in agreement.
business partners to promote long-term equitable opportunity in the foundation’s hometown, particularly in its neighborhoods.
In November 2016, the Gineses joined neighbors at the new Hartford Villages, a gated, 84-unit, mixed-income senior community – with 39 cottages and an apartment building with 45 independent living units – in the Bagley neighborhood of Northwest Detroit. Here the Gineses take turns walking China along streets and lanes with names out of Detroit history, such as longtime U.S. Rep. John Conyers and the late Motown Records exec and Motown Museum founder Esther Gordy Edwards.
Before Hartford Village, the city had less to offer active seniors like the Gineses, especially if they sought new housing.
The Kresge Foundation’s Detroit Program. Kresge’s Detroit Program engages, supports and collaborates with civic, nonprofit and
In 1995, the Gineses left a large ranch house – about a mile away from their new location – for a large suburban condo. Billy, a retired union representative at Ford Motor Company, could play more of golf and spend less time on lawn care, but he missed his hometown. He and Jewels kept looking for the right-size, one-floor home in the city, something smaller and more modern. Continued on page 4
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over for this year. There is a focus on mind, body and spirit within the Village Victory Cup mentality. The magic which has been created by this unique innovation is due in large part to it founder and champion, Tom Wyllie. As Director of Wellness for PVM, he is very unique within the senior living field. An award-winning swim coach at the high school level for many years and a former staff person for the Area Agency on Aging 1B in Southeast Michigan, Tom had the experience and insight to create this successful approach to wellness enjoyed by participants and volunteers alike. Planning for next year’s Village Victory Cup has already begun!
ABOVE: Michigan Complete Health Volunteers
Thank you to 2017 Village Victory Cup sponsors:
ABOVE: Mother and daughter volunteers: Kristyn & Taya Recchia
KeyBank Michigan Complete Health The Village Club Foundation
ABOVE: The Concerto Volunteer Team
PVM residents, board members and staff
Summer Time Welcomes Future Residents to Lakeshore Lakeshore Senior Living kicked off this summer season with their Annual Summer Fest to celebrate with the community and future residents! With model apartments available to tour, over 100 guests attended the Summer Fest June 22nd to enjoy music, food and to see what this new senior community is all about! The Lakeshore team is enjoying all the excitement from the community alongside the future residents. There are already wait lists for two-bedroom lakeview apartments and apartments with patios! The unique part about joining Lakeshore at the beginning stages is the opportunity to review the floor plan of the entire building and decide where you want your apartment to be! Have you always dreamed of waking up and seeing the lake as you sip on your morning coffee? Or maybe you’ve loved baseball since you were a young child? With lakeviews from our second and third floor along with views of the baseball diamonds out the back, our community allows your dream to come true! “It’s so gratifying for us to see how excited our depositors are,” says Ann Campbell, Sales and Leasing
Specialist at Lakeshore Senior Living. “At the event they were measuring areas within the models and talking about what color furniture they’d like to bring!” The Lakeshore team has one goal in their mind and hearts to give the seniors moving in the best experience they possibly can. “We truly encourage older adults moving into a senior living community to maintain their independence,” says Ann, “by living here you can have resources and amenities within walking distance from your front door!”
Future residents and guests enjoy the food truck rally at the June Summer Fest.
With 118 Independent Living Apartments and 22 licensed memory care units, Lakeshore has a growing list of future occupants. With Presbyterian Villages of Michigan a part of this project, the team is working together to bring wellness and excitement to your next stepping stone in life! Lakeshore Senior Living offers tours of a one-bedroom and two-bedroom model apartments Monday through Saturday, and is located at 28801 Jefferson Ave. in St. Clair Shores. Call (586) 218-6228 for an appointment; walk-ins are also welcome.
Kitchen and bedroom in one of the model apartments at Lakeshore Senior Living.
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AWARDS & ACCOLADES
Brought to you by you—DONORS! Please continue to care, donate and stay involved this summer, fall & beyond!
The Village of East Harbor received the Governor’s Award of Excellence from MPRO and the Office of the Governor. The presentation was made at the MPRO annual meeting and conference. Improving Care: Nursing Homes was the category. A rigorous process of vetting was involved in the selection of The Village of East Harbor.
First, donors like you made gifts to
David Miller & Gail Sliwinski receiving the Governor's Award of Excellence
In other news from The Village of East Harbor, Carolyn Martin was honored at a banquet by the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce Foundation as a 2017 Athena Award nominee. The international Athena Award recognizes individuals who actively assist women in realizing their full potential.
Another statewide prestigious award was received by Misty Gregory, Administrator at The Village of Harmony Manor. LeadingAge Michigan honored her at its annual gala in the category of Leadership In Action. Misty is known by all for her service excellence and was nominated by the service coordinator at Harmony Manor and her daughter. Misty Gregory proudly holds her LeadingAge Michigan Award plaque
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directly impact local seniors this April! Most of PVM’s 30 Villages participated in the “Friends & Family” fundraiser, to make social activities (e.g., trips, outings, gatherings); technology upgrades(e.g., internet connectivity, security cameras); new fitness equipment; and more a reality!
Carolyn Martin, accompanied by David Miller, receiving the Athena runner up award.
Congratulations to Brian Williams and his Morrison team from The Village of East Harbor on winning Chesterfield Township Supervisor Dan Acciavatti “A Choice for Best Tastefest” entry. Also, congratulations on being selected People’s Choice at the Anchor Bay Tastefest 2017. They beat out 17 other local restaurants for the top honor. What a great job representing The Village of East Harbor.
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Awards season has been in high gear and PVM has been recognized in significant ways: The Village of East Harbor garnered major awards as individuals and teams.
Brian Williams (CENTER) and his Morrison team from The Village of East Harbor
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“I thank God for The Village of Our Saviour’s Manor,” says Will Henderson Pictured with PVM Foundation Board Member Betsy Creedon
“I could have been the next starting pitcher for the Tigers!” Pat Healy joked about her shoulder recovery. Pat & her husband Bob were both recipients of physical therapy at The Village of East Harbor. They eagerly await the completion of the Village’s new Health & Wellness Center!
Then, Will Henderson, a veteran who found himself in urgent need of housing, shared his story at the Inspire Possibilities fundraising Breakfast, an event attended by 134 guests! Will shared the hopeful feeling he has now from living at a PVM Village. We also heard from resident Pat Healy, who shared her story of recovery after surgery. Pat received wonderful care, but noticed that the staff at The Village of East Harbor were limited by a small space. She smiles when she thinks of the great work that can be done with the help of donors to complete the new Health & Wellness Center at The Village of East Harbor!
THANK YOU FOR A GREAT SPRING!
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New Community Helps Keep Seniors in Detroit Continued from page 1 “We both fell in love the minute we saw this place,” says Jewels, a retired Detroit middle school teacher. Active in the retiree chapter of the Detroit Federation of Teachers, and president for a year, she often came to the city. She wanted to be a part of the renewed vitality she saw. Hartford Village fulfilled her dream – cathedral ceilings, chrome appliances, granite counters in the kitchen and bathrooms. The deal-sealer was the oneand-a-half car garage with room enough to store patio furniture through the winter. “Kresge recognized the mission of Presbyterian Village to retain moderate- and middle-income seniors as residents of the city of Detroit,” says Paul Miller, president of the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation, which has 30 senior complexes across the state and eight others in Detroit. “Too often seniors leave the city because their homes are too large, require too much maintenance or have too many stairs to climb.” And while some residents, like the Gineses, are returning to Detroit, others relocate from elsewhere in the city, notes Miller, including residents who have moved from historic homes nearby in the University District, or the Marygrove College or Bagley neighborhoods. Significantly, 80 percent of the units are rented at market rate and 20 percent are subsidized to make them affordable for lower-income residents. That’s a major advance for the city of Detroit where, for years, senior developments – including Presbyterian Villages’ city developments – have focused on low-income residents. “We expect this breakthrough to jump-start the market for other market-rate senior developments,” says Miller. “This could be a game- changer for the city of Detroit.” Kresge Detroit Program Co-Managing Director Wendy Lewis Jackson points out that Hartford Village aligns with a number of the program’s objectives in addition to
Dignitaries assisting with the ribbon cutting included L to R: Ron Goldsberry, Hartford Village Chair; Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan; Gena Edwards, HV administrator; Mrs.Carson; Roger Myers, PVM president & CEO; Pastor Charles Adams; HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson; & George Cushingberry, Detroit City Council president Pro Tem.
retaining residents and allowing them to “age in place” in city neighborhoods. The Detroit Program gave $250,000 to the Hartford Village project. “Our top priority is to support Detroit residents in reinvigorating city neighborhoods,” says Jackson. “Hartford Village will further catalyze economic and social development in Northwest Detroit, including work to revitalize the nearby Live6 area and the McNichols Corridor. The village is strategically located within a short walk of the Northwest Activities Center. It’s within a mile of such community institutions and anchors as the Schulze Academy and Sinai Grace Hospital. Partnerships with those institutions can build a culture that breaks down the isolation of generations from one another.” “What I’m most proud of with Presbyterian Villages is its tenacity, its resilience, because we’re going to get things done and we’ll do it the right way,” Miller says, adding proudly that Presbyterian Villages, founded in 1945, was named the best-managed nonprofit of 2016 by Crain’s Detroit Business. “We provide impact to the population we serve.” Resident Delores Brown, 83, who moved from a 2,800 square-foot home in the
Residents, staff, and guests celebrate at Hartford Village's summer picnic event.
University District, is another resident who appreciates that impact. An active member of Hartford Memorial Baptist Church, she decorates her new apartment with angel figurines and glittery dresses hung as art objects. “Pastor Charles Adams prayed about it, he knew it could be done with faith,” she says, referring to Hartford Memorial’s longtime leader. The former Ford Motor Company seamstress lost both her daughters and her husband over the last six years and sees the senior apartment building as a chance to start fresh. New appliances are quiet and reliable; the porch is big enough to grow a little garden this spring. When she is lonely she can go downstairs to a community room and play cards, watch a 70-inch-screen television on comfortable couches or use one of the computers dedicated to residents. Gena Edwards McCullough, the resident manager hopes to arrange weekly dinners and outings as residents settle in. “Just enough room for me,” says Brown as she turns on her radio and fills the apartment with gospel sounds. “I bless my good fortune every day.”
*Source: The Milken Institute, Best Cities for Successful Aging 2017
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have have some work to do. Metro Detroit ranks 75 out of 100 on the list of best cities for successful aging*—but because of caring people like you, we’re on our way!
Is Michigan the best place to age? Honestly, we can’t say that yet. We still
Your donations make wonderful things happen. YOU make Michigan a better place for older adults with every gift. Way to go! Thank you!
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MORE SPACE = GREATER SERVICE! Chesterfield's The Village of East Harbor resident Pat Healy is ready for new construction to take the Health & Wellness Center to great heights in 2018!
TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME! Chesterfield’s The Village of East Harbor residents Elva Daniels (R) & Elaine Walton (L) enjoy a day at Comerica Park. A WORK OF ART! Resident David Simpson drew the PVMF president, Paul Miller. David’s heart condition almost ended his life. He says living at The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood in Detroit saved him. Now, he’s revived his passion for art and is thriving!
HOP ON THE BUS! Village of Westland Resident Jean Smith says “Thank you donors!” You made a new bus possible for the Village!
ROOFTOP OASIS! Residents Regina Lawson & Katherine Walker welcome Aaron Merki of the Weinberg Foundation to the rooftop patio at The Thome Rivertown Senior Apartments in Detroit. TEA TIME! Tea with The Village of Warren Glenn residents—made possible through donations for resident activities!
GO, GO, GADGET FUN! Russell Williams, resident at The Village of Woodbridge Manor in Detroit, participates in a game of “guess who” as the residents kick-off a fun activity!
LUNCH IN HARBOR SPRINGS! Judy Byrwa (R) and Jeanette Scheffler (L) enjoy lunch at the brand new Friendship Center of Harbor Springs, a community space just steps away from their new homes at The Village of Hillside! PARTNERING FOR OLDER ADULTS! PVM is a partner in PACE Southeast Michigan. More than six hundred participants like John use PACE (or Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) to stay healthy and motivated!
NURSING CARE DONE IN A NEW WAY! It’s happening at Detroit’s Weinberg Green Houses® thanks to Jim Loprete of the Westerman Foundation (pictured with aide Angela Evans) & other caring donors!
RESIDENTS HAVING THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES! Your donations sent 26 residents to the PVM gala last year—they had a blast!
PURE JOY! Josie Patrick, a resident from The Village of Oakman Manor, in Detroit was among almost 300 residents who competed at the Village Victory Cup. Over 70 volunteers joined the fun—Thank you!
WHAT’S COOKIN’?! Kevin Centala, administrator at Pontiac’s The Village of Oakland Woods and the residents love their remodeled kitchen.
Give now at pvmf.org or call the PVM Foundation at 248-281-2040.
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An “Aging Well” Attitude FEATURING: JIM GOMPERS
A NEW HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER AT THE VILLAGE OF EAST HARBOR IS WITHIN REACH!
Please join us at the
to learn how YOU can provide local seniors with a space dedicated to their health and independence.
Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 Sycamore Hills Golf Club 48787 North Ave. • Macomb, MI 48042 7:30 a.m. Registration 8 a.m.–9 a.m. Complimentary Breakfast & Program
We are pleased to announce a new column which you will find in every edition of Outlook titled “An Aging Well Attitude.” An individual will be highlighted who represents this attitude in their lifestyle and way of thinking. Meet our first Aging Well Attitude Profile person, Jim Gompers. He has traveled the world, built a business and enjoyed being a boat captain and a pilot. In addition Jim Gompers to being an adventurer, Jim has been a dedicated community leader. As Chair of the Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation and a former board member for Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (parent organization of Your Aging Well Advisors), Jim’s talents are well known to us. He is a perfect choice as the inaugural profile and we want to share why he is a great role model for Aging Well Attitude! How many of us can say that we attended a high performance driving school and then ended up insuring it, attended aerial combat school and ended up owning a plane and piloted trips to visit clients, owned a boat since the age of nine, and was one of 18 people invited to drive laps in between races at the Grand Prix? Most likely not many of us could say this, but Jim Gompers can. In addition, he has had a day cruise on the USS Michigan, a nuclear sub, and flown an F-16 at Selfridge Air Base. He has never touted all of his feats or bragged in any way. Thus, we only found out about some of his adventures when we sat down to interview him for this profile. Mr. Gompers stated that he has had many blessings in life and is inspired to give back to others in thanks. And he has done so in many ways. Jim has worked full time until very recently and remains Chair of the insurance agency which he founded, Gompers, Cornish & Barr. One of the accomplishments for which he is most proud is helping to mentor young professionals and create a vibrant company which has helped to build the careers of others. Personally, he is very proud of his family and has enjoyed being able to take them on his world travels.
Mr. Gompers stated that he has had many blessings in life and is inspired to give back to others in thanks.
After serving in the military from 1954-1956, Jim attended Wayne State University and Wayne State Law School.
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Other roles he has held for PVM include chairing the Finance Committee and the Risk Management Committee, on the Board of Directors for Caring Communities Insurance Company, and The Village of East Harbor Board. External to PVM, Jim has served on the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club Finance Committee and the Selfridge Air National Guard Museum Board. We asked Jim what his secret is for his Aging Well Attitude. He credits his philosophy to never wait for things to happen, but rather to make things happen. This motto has been a lifelong philosophy for Jim. He also feels blessed that he is in good physical condition without a lot of aches and pains, but we think that is far from a coincidence. He simply does not have time for that! So here’s to Jim Gompers, our inaugural role model, for inspiring us all to have an Aging Well Attitude!
A Lot Has Happened at the McFarlan Homes McFarlan’s dining room was transformed recently into a black and gold dance hall to host its first ever prom. With 47 seniors, their families and community members in attendance, everyone enjoyed a glamorous and fun evening. Residents from neighboring communities also joined in the celebration; and other community members were still talking about it weeks later. Many new events and programs are allowing McFarlan Homes and residents to access the joy in living! On June 16th McFarlan Homes hosted the Michigan Commission on Aging meeting and public hearing. The Commission advises the Aging & Older Adult Agency on public policy issues. This office advises the governor and provides oversight for the entire aging services network in Michigan.
McFarlan Executive Director Erica Thrash-Sall with Kathy Bolles, National Area Agencies on Aging Association Chair and CEO of The Valley Area Agency on Aging.
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APARTMENTS AVAILABLE NOW!
Fight for older adults?! I have a bad back!
The harsh reality is, when charitable causes compete, older adults can be forgotten.
But there’s hope! Things are getting better. Aging needs are getting more attention on a statewide and national scale, but we’ve just started down the road. Your Mom. Your Dad. Maybe even YOU need more caring people to take up this cause. To volunteer, donate, care and advocate—to fight. You, PVM donor, are our greatest asset. You’re already in the trenches. Caring people like you are ensuring that older adults can live with dignity and purpose—no matter their circumstances. You know that it’s not just the very poor who are affected. You’ve seen how a battle with cancer, a fall or the loss of a spouse can send a life spinning out of control.
Thank you for choosing to fight for older adults! Please continue to stay involved, to spread the word and continue to donate! P.S. G ood News! Governor Snyder’s economic roadmap makes planning for Michigan’s aging population a priority! According to Michigan’s 21st Century Economy Commission; mi21stcenturyeconomy.com
Ways you can join the fight:
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PICK UP THE PHONE! Call your elected representatives – let them know you care about the needs of older adults!
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2017 Volume - 1st Edition Editor: Lynn Alexander Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer 248.281.2020
Thank you to our contributors: Bobie Clement, CFRE Audra Frye Rachel Nagorsen Debbie Smith Cheryl Sonnenberg Avni Thomas Paige Vanzo Tom Wyllie
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Executive Team
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 2017 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 Johnnie Jackson, Vice Chair for Marketing William L. Ball, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Delilah Moore, Assistant Secretary
William L. Ball James T. Bradford Natalie Brothers, Emerita 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. W. Paul Rau Raymond H. Steben, Jr. E. Kern Tomlin
Ex-Officio: James S. Gompers Roger L. Myers
Lynn Alexander, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Brian Carnaghi, Senior Vice President of Finance and Business Development (CFO) Jessica Gross, Administrator, The Village of Rosebush Manor Mary Catherine Hannah, Executive Director, The Village of Hillside and Perry Farm Village LaDonna Holley, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Housing Operations David Miller, Vice President/Executive Director, The Village of East Harbor Paul Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation Delilah Moore, Senior Executive Assistant, PVM and PVMF Roger Myers, President and CEO Katrina Summersett, Director of Risk Management and Quality and Corporate Compliance Officer Erica Thrash-Sall, Executive Director, McFarlan Villages Rochelle Upfal, Executive Director, The Park at Trowbridge Michele White, Executive Director, The Village of Westland
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation 2017 Board of Directors OFFICERS
James S. Gompers, Chair Robert R. Schroeder, Vice Chair Donald A. Lindow, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Paul J. Miller, CFRE, President, PVM Foundation
Linda Bomberski Brian W. Carnaghi Elmer Dixon James S. Gompers Henry Johnson Thomas E. Kimble David F. Lau
PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan
Donald A. Lindow Jerome Morgan Robert V. Peterson Richard E. Rabbideau Robert Schroeder Donna Snider Denise Turman
John E. Utley Mark Wallace Ex-Officio: George B. Millush, Jr. Roger L. Myers
Alpena Alpena Pines 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 313.270.9700
Pontiac The Village of Oakland Woods 248.334.4379
The Thome Rivertown Neighborhood Bay City The Village of Hampton Meadows 313.259.9000 989.892.1912 The Village of Bethany Manor 313.894.0430 Chesterfield The Village of East Harbor The Village of Brush Park Manor 586.725.6030 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. Marthaâ€™s 313.582.8088
PACE Southeast Michigan**
* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations
Fort Gratiot Township
** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System Kalamazoo
Battle Creek Jackson
Chesterfield Clinton Township Township Pontiac Warren Redford Westland
St. Clair Shores
St. Clair Shores Lakeshore Senior Living 586.218.6228
Flint McFarlan Villages 810.235.3077
Westland The Village of Our Saviourâ€™s Manor 734.595.4663
Fort Gratiot Township The Village of Lake Huron Woods 810.385.9516
The Village of Westland 734.728.5222 COMMUNITY-BASED SERVICES
PACE Southeast Michigan: Southfield, Thome Rivertown Neighborhood, & Warren 855.445.4554 CareSync Solutions 248.773.4550
Perry Farm Village 231.526.1500
Southfield The Park at Trowbridge 248.356.5060
The Village of Woodbridge Manor 313.494.9000
Harbor Springs The Village of Hillside 231.526.7108
Rosebush The Village of Rosebush Manor 989.433.0150
Warren The Village of Warren Glenn 586.751.5090
Gibraltar The Village of Gibraltar Manor 734.676.4802
Redford The Village of Redford 313.541.6000
Holly The Village of Holly Woodlands 248.634.0592
Metro In-Home Solutions 313.297.1342 Bay Connect 231.526.7108
Jackson The Villages of Spring Meadows 517.788.6679
Embrace the possibilities
For more information about a Village near you visit www.pvm.org or call 248.281.2020