PVM Outlook Fall/Winter 2018

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Welcome new PVM Board Members PVM Leaders Honored by LeadingAge Michigan

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PVM Expands Services via New Management Agreements A Woman of Courage and Determination

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Village of East Harbor Improvements Village of Westland Adapts to Needs of Seniors












2018 Village Victory Cup a Resounding Success!

This year’s Village Victory Cup (VVC) was better than ever with over 300 seniors vying for the coveted Village Victory Cup, the Spirit Award and individual medals. Once again The Village of Westland was victorious in capturing the Village Victory Cup, while The Village of Oakman Manor brought home the Spirit Award. The Villages practice throughout the year for this event and also glean Wellness and exercise advantages over that entire time period. Tom Wyllie, director of Wellness for PVM, believes it could be considered “stealth health” since participants have fun and do not even think of it as exercising. He is also dedicated to making the event one which benefits everyone, even those who are in wheelchairs or are visually impaired. Focusing on mind, body and spirit, the VVC is not just about fast walking but also includes the Puzzler in which teams have

ABOVE, LEFT: The Village of Westland enjoying the thrill of victory! RIGHT: The Village of Oakman Manor captured the Spirit Award!

fifteen minutes to put together a puzzle they have never seen before as fast as they can. The connection and camaraderie of everyone involved is also part of the magic. Volunteers have stated that they will continue to be a part of the Village Victory Cup every year for as long as we will invite them. This year’s event attracted national attention with over 2.88 million people checking it out on-line or with traditional media. The Detroit Free Press published a significant article capturing the essence of the VVC. It can be accessed by going to the following link: https://www.freep.com/story/ news/local/michigan/oakland/2018/06/22/ senior-olympics-novi/724561002/

Celebration for the Weinberg Green Houses®

On June 20th supporters, board members, residents and staff of the Weinberg Green Houses® at Thome Rivertown Neighborhood gathered to celebrate what is a notable accomplishment of national accord. Residents of the Weinberg Green Houses® are also participants of the PACE Southeast Michigan program, the only one of its kind in the nation. This new model of housing and care prevents the need for traditional nursing home care. The unique partnership of Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), United Methodist Retirement ABOVE: L to R – Roger Myers, President &CEO, PVM; Communities (UMRC) and PVM has made this Mariam Noland President & CEO, Community Foundation of possible. There are fewer vulnerable elders in SE Michigan; Paul Miller, President of PVMF. the City of Detroit now because they have a place to go. Participants have relayed that this is the best place they have ever lived and that they feel safe and healthier. The celebration was a way to thank the many supporters of the Weinberg Green Houses® and the Thome Rivertown Neighborhood. Many thanks to Capital Impact Partners for sponsoring and co-hosting this heartfelt celebration.

ABOVE: Foreground, John Thorhauer, President & CEO, UMRC; Back: L to R – P. Miller, Kevin Petru of PVM, and James Bradford, PVM Board.

ABOVE: PVM & Thome Rivertown Neighborhood stakeholders; RIGHT: Ian Wiesner, Capital Impact Partners; FAR RIGHT: Mary Naber, President & CEO, PACE Southeast Michigan; Brenda Galloway Resident; Laurie Arora, PACE Southeast Michigan.

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Outlook Presbyterian Villages of Michigan

N E W S L E T T E R 2018 Volume

Editor: Lynn Alexander Senior Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer

Thank you to our contributors: Bobie Clement, CFRE Audra Frye Rachel Nagorsen Debbie Smith

Cheryl Sonnenberg Avni Thomas Tom Wyllie

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan 2018 Board of Directors OFFICERS William L. Ball, Chair W. Paul Rau, Vice Chair for Finance George B. Millush, Jr., Vice Chair for Governance Carolyn Hastings, Vice Chair for Human Resources Gwendolyn Parker, M.D., Vice Chair for Quality First Henry Johnson, Vice Chair for Strategic Planning Johnnie C. Jackson, Vice Chair for Marketing James S. Gompers, Vice Chair for Risk Management Roshunda Price, Secretary Brian W. Carnaghi, Treasurer Roger L. Myers, President & CEO Constance Garrett, Assistant Secretary DIRECTORS William L. Ball James T. Bradford Carolyn J. Hastings Kenneth L Hollowell David A. Imesch Johnnie Jackson Henry Johnson Duane Lewis Gary Ley

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

Ex-Officio: James S. Gompers Roger L. Myers Director Emeritus, Natalie Brothers

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Foundation 2018 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 DIRECTORS Linda Bomberski Brian W. Carnaghi John Denler Elmer Dixon James S. Gompers Henry Johnson Thomas E. Kimble David F. Lau

Donald A. Lindow Robert V. Peterson Richard E. Rabbideau Robert Schroeder Donna Snider Denise Turman John E. Utley Mark Wallace

Ex-Officio: William L. Ball Roger L. Myers

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan Executive Team Lynn Alexander Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Brian Carnaghi Senior Vice President of Finance and Business Development (CFO) Chelsea Eisele Executive Director, Vista Grande Villa 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 Constance Garrett Senior Executive Assistant, PVM Roger Myers President and CEO Katrina Summersett Director of Risk Management and Quality and Corporate Compliance Officer Erica Thrash-Sall Executive Director, McFarlan Villages Michele White Executive Director, The Village of Westland



Leading PVM Into the Future Joining our illustrious group of PVM board members over the past year have been several new members who will add important expertise as we broaden our scope of services and position PVM as a leader. And following on the tenure of George B. Millush as Chair of the PVM Board for two terms, we are fortunate to have a continuation of strong leadership in our new Chair, William Ball.

WILLIAM L. BALL William L. Ball has assumed the role of PVM Board Chair following on the heels of George B. Millush, who served for two consecutive terms. Mr. Ball is a true public policy expert having retired from General Motors after 25 years with the company. At the time of his retirement, he was Vice President, Public Policy, for OnStar, LLC. OnStar is GM’s in-vehicle wireless communication service that includes such services as automatic crash notification and remotely initiated slowdown of stolen vehicles. His responsibilities included leading all aspects of OnStar’s public policy at the state and federal levels. He was previously Director, Strategic Planning and Program Management for the GM Advanced Technology Vehicles Group. Mr. Ball’s expertise with strategic planning was invaluable while chair of the PVM Strategic Planning Committee and will continue to guise PFM into the future as we continue to implement our strategic plan. Numerous awards and task forces are a part of his career fabric. We will be well served with Mr. Ball at the helm for PVM.

GARY LEY For 26 years, Mr. Ley served as the President/CEO with the Garden City Hospital health system, which included long term care, home health services, insurance program, medical education and a practice management division. During his tenure, the hospital enjoyed significant growth and expansion and was recognized by Truven and other organizations for outstanding quality and workplace excellence. Last year, he was appointed Executive Director of The Accreditation Association for Hospitals/Health Systems in Chicago. He is a Life Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Mr. Ley has also been a leader in civic engagement having served as Chair of the American Red Cross, SE Michigan Blood Services Board of Trustees, the Southeast Michigan Hospital Council, the Michigan Hospital Association Legislative Policy Panel and the Garden City Chamber of Commerce. In addition, numerous other community and charitable organizations have benefited from his service as a board member.

ROSHUNDA PRICE Roshunda Price is Chief legal counsel for mergers and acquisitions, strategic investments, real estate and other commercial transactions at Meritor. She is recognized for bringing a blend of legal and business experience to create successful strategies in both the for profit and nonprofit arenas. She also has experience in healthcare law and is a Certified Public Accountant. In addition to her law firm experience, Ms. Price’s prior experience includes serving as Vice-President, Assistant General Counsel and Assistant Secretary of the Detroit Medical Center. Ms. Price also conducted academic training as a law professor and director of a clinical law program at the University of Michigan Law School.

RUSSELL C. YOUNGDAHL, JR. Russ Youngdahl brings a wealth of expertise and experience in the finance and management arenas. Presently he is a Founding Partner and Managing Member for Northstar Capital, LLC, an investment and management services enterprise. Throughout his career Mr. Youngdahl has served as a current or past director of ten companies considered to be dynamic leaders in finance and business. These include Penske Financial Services and Detroit Diesel Corporation. Providing board leadership for a cadre of community organizations has also been a focus. This has included serving on the Board of Trustees for his alma mater, Alma College, over a twelve year period. We are pleased to have the benefit of his guidance and counsel.

PVM Represented in Pewabic Pottery Tile PVM has commissioned an original Pewabic Pottery tile which will be used to thank individuals who have served us in an extraordinary manner. The inaugural tile will be presented to George B. Millush, immediate past Chair of the PVM Board, for his unparalleled leadership and support over many years in a variety of capacities.


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PVM Leaders Honored by LeadingAge Michigan The 2018 LeadingAge Michigan Annual Conference in May was the setting at which several PVM leaders were honored: George B. Millush, Jr., Immediate Past Board Chair, received the prestigious Trustee of the Year Award. This award recognizes an individual who has served with distinction on the governing board of a LeadingAge Michigan member organization and thereby made an outstanding contribution to the well/being of seniors, to the employees who serve them, and to the organization’s mission. On hand to celebrate with George were Bill Ball, Chair of the PVM Board, and Roger Myers, president & CEO of PVM.

George is now retired as the Director of Financial Process Planning for DaimlerChrysler, a unique position dedicated to process, systems and organizational development. His expertise has been instrumental in the growth and success of PVM having served two consecutive terms as board chair. Previously he was chair of the Village of Oakland Woods. Since completing his terms as the PVM chair, George has returned to serve on the Village of Oakland Woods Board.

Betsy Mianecki from The Village of East Harbor received The Caring Spirit Award

Betsy Mianecki, activities coordinator for The Village of East Harbor, received an important award titled The Caring Spirit Award. This award recognizes the achievements of front-line staff and direct care employees who have made a significant impact upon the lives of older adults through exceptional proficiency and personal commitment in the delivery of quality services in the performance of his/her job duties. Betsy began her career at PVM as a fitness

instructor. Her supercharged personality made her a favorite of residents from the start. It was soon evident that her talents were needed to revamp the Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care activity programs. Her infectious laugh, boundless energies and creative programming took the programs to an all-new level. She continues to be an integral part of the quality programming at The Village of East Harbor and for PVM. Congratulations to George and Betsy. Thanks for your leadership which exemplifies the Service Excellence for which PVM is known. These awards capture the spirit and energy of PVM and our fellow LeadingAge members. Jo-Ann Hale, a favorite face at the PVM home office and at many events as a volunteer, received honorable mention for Volunteer of the Year. Congratulations, Jo-Ann. You are Volunteer of the Year in our hearts and minds!



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PVM Expands Its Services via Management Agreements We are pleased to share the news that PVM has recently added three new locations to its management portfolio.

Lynn Street Manor The Senior Citizens Housing of Onaway, Inc. and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) announced the signing of a Management Agreement for Lynn Street Manor located in Onaway effective August 1, 2018. Lynn Street Manor is owned and governed by Senior Citizens Housing of Onaway, Inc., a non-profit organization. Lynn Street Manor provides senior housing in an appealing environment to enhance the quality of life for its residents. This 60 unit affordable senior housing community is located at 4255 South Lynn Street in Onaway and operates under the guidelines of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. It was established in 1984 and has provided consistent quality living to seniors in the greater northeastern Michigan region. Sandra Grulke, Board Chair of Lynn Street Manor, stated: “PVM has an extensive background in managing senior housing. Their experience and reputation will be an asset for Lynn Street Manor going forward.” Bill Ball, Board Chair of PVM stated: “We look forward to working together to provide a quality living environment and amenities for residents, family members, staff and the surrounding community.“

University Meadows Develop Detroit, whose mission focuses on real estate development and providing living opportunities that meet the real needs of Detroiters, invited PVM Residents and staff help plant flowers in front of the to partner on University Meadows entrance. acquiring University Meadows. Located on Trumbull Avenue (between Canfield and Forest) on the city’s west side. This 20 year old complex has 53 units offering senior living to residents with low-income levels. Our

Front entrance at The Fountains on Franklin

organizations will work together to provide quality living and further our goal to provide accessibility of housing in the City of Detroit.

The Fountains on Franklin Presbyterian Villages of Michigan has extend its presence in Southfield, Michigan, with the management of The Fountains on Franklin, 28301 Franklin Road. The lifestyle options at this senior living community include Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Short-Term Stay. The elegant campus is a well-known community in the area. Franklin Road features residential communities and apartments, as well as the American Center business campus, and is convenient to Telegraph Road, M-10 and I-696. The boulevarded roadway recently underwent extensive replacement of services and complete repaving. It’s the perfect time for new investors in the Fountains, assisted by the experienced management team from Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, to burnish the property for current and future residents. Cultural programs, interesting classes, and engaging outings are a part of everyday life at The Fountains on Franklin. There’s always plenty to do with friendly neighbors. Services and amenities include delicious and healthy meals, caring, trained staff 24-hours a day, housekeeping services, complete apartment maintenance services, building maintenance, groundskeeping and landscaping services, furnished guest apartments, a resident call system, the Franklin Cinema, covered carports, a well-stocked library and computer center, access to a variety of health services, scheduled local transportation, and all utilities except cable TV and phone. The attractive grounds include an outdoor gardening area and gazebo. Dining options abound, with an elegant Dining Room and Sid’s Place – a charming café. There is a bountiful Sunday brunch, continental breakfast is served during the week. There is a private dining room for entertaining, and catering and room services are offered. Menus use locally-source ingredients and provide for restrictive diets.

McFarlan Villages Hosting Students from Taiwan McFarlan Villages recently hosted four long-term care graduate students from Taiwan. Through a partnership with the University of Michigan-Flint Nursing Department, McFarlan provided job shadowing and internship opportunities for the students over a three week period. The goal of the students’ course is to compare long term care in the United States to that in Taiwan. Feedback from the students has been very positive! They have been very impressed that our communities aren't institutional, feel like home, and that our staff and residents interact like a family. They have also enjoyed being in the Flint

college and cultural center, learning about our city’s revitalization. The cultural exchange for our staff has been very rewarding. This has sparked what promises to be a long-term relationship of sharing best practices with each other. We wish the students much success in their careers. Another exciting turn of events for McFarlan was receiving a Partner of the Year Award for the McFarlan Charitable Corporation at the annual meeting of the Valley Area Agency on Aging. Erica Thrash-Sall was on hand to accept the award for McFarlan.


Long-term care graduate students from Taiwan visited the McFarlan Villages through a partnership with the University of Michigan-Flint Nursing Department.

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A Woman of Courage and Determination One of the qualities which makes PVM special is the people who are key players in the organization: residents, volunteers, board members, staff and community partners. For this edition of Outlook we bring to our readers the story of a special resident at The Village of Spring Meadows in Jackson. Her story is one of courage and victory over despair and hardship. Caroline D. Parker had a promising future as a writer. While receiving a Bachelor’s in General Studies degree from the University of Michigan, she was recognized with the Avery Hopwood Award for exemplary work in essay writing, winning first place that semester. Caroline went on to earn a Master’s degree in Public Administration in Political Science at Eastern Michigan University. From her early years on Caroline was always writing plays and using her talents in interesting ways. Then her life took a turn via two separate diagnoses of cancer; multiple myeloma in 2010 and DCIS (breast cancer) in 2013. She was struggling while on chemotherapy and was living in a house with limited mobility options. Thus, she found herself lugging her laundry to a laundromat across town from where she lived at 3:00 am while feeling very sick. Caroline relays that every time she felt like giving up someone would come along to encourage her and give her inspiration. For that she is very grateful! Then she found The Village of Spring Meadows. After she moved in, she eventually and began to bring her life back to one

of hope and vitality. Caroline says that every time she does a load of laundry in her beautiful apartment she is deeply grateful to not have to “lug laundry all over Jackson in the wee hours of the morning.” She also says” “Thank you Lord, for another day and another chance to do better” every morning before she gets up. Since moving to Spring Meadows, Caroline relates that she is deeply appreciative as to how residents look out for each other and have formed a community bond.

“Thank you Lord, for another day and another chance to do better.” – CAROLINE D. PARKER

Giving back has become Caroline’s mission in life. She serves on the Village of Spring Meadows Board and on the Jackson Housing Commission Board. She also provides tutoring and mentorship to at-risk and disadvantaged youth whenever possible. She will continue to maximize and improve her health by participating in the YMCA’s “Turning Point” program this fall; a program designed to help breast cancer survivors through specific exercises programs geared toward that demographic. A PVM resident for eight years, Caroline has found new energy and friendships through her participation in the annual

Caroline D. Parker

Village Victory Cup (VVC). It has also helped her physical condition. Caroline began participating in the VVC starting in 2016. In that time Caroline has won six medals: four gold and two silver medals. She has several future goals in mind. Her nephew is graduating from law school at Arizona State in May 2019 and she wants to be able to keep up with the rest of the family during celebration activities. Also Caroline is looking forward to taking up swimming to further aid her in achieving her health and wellness goals. She also hopes to fulfill her secret wish to take drum lessons very soon. We know that Caroline D. Parker, who championed and nurtured her love of writing and words, will continue to be an inspiration to fellow Village of Spring Meadows residents and all her know her.

PACE Central Michigan to Offer All-Inclusive Approach to Care for Seniors We are very excited to announce that PACE has expanded to serve 14 counties in central Michgain. This new program will offer a team approach to help keep elderly residents in their own homes and out of nursing homes as long as possible. This new offering for seniors is the result of a new partnership between Masonic Pathways and PVM. The two organizations have been recognized as quality senior living and services providers over many decades and have shared values. We look forward to working together to assist with quality of life for residents in central Michigan. A nationally recognized program, PACE has been a part of the fabric of PVM for some time via PACE Southeast Michigan in partnership with Henry Ford Health System. PACE Central Michigan will be located at 1750 E. Bellows St. in Mt. Pleasant, on the southwest corner of Isabella Road and Bellows Street. It is run by equity partners Michigan Masonic Home and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan.

Rosebush Manor Cools Off with a Dunk Tank On a Hot Summer Day

ABOVE, LEFT: Residents and families enjoy the festivities; The Village of Rosebush Manor did not ABOVE: 92 year old resident, Ruth let a 90 degree temperature get in the Cotter, volunteered to sit in the in way of their Annual Community Band Fest in dunk tank.

August. Several residents, volunteers, board members and staff took turns as targets for the dunk tank. Chief among them was resident Ruth Cotter, who at the age of 92, was determined to use her stint in the tank as a fundraiser drawing in $78.00. Her comment was: “If I’m going to go in there I am going to make some money!” An annual event, The Community Band Fest is a way to connect with resident and staff family members as well as the community at large. There is always something for all to enjoy. Two local bands performed; and there was also a Kids Money Hunt and a Bean Bag Toss event. A Hawaiian theme and a lunch added to the festivities. It was a great day, according to everyone who attended. And this is proof positive that PVM residents know how to enjoy life at any age. Engaged and vibrant are two adjectives which apply to The Village of Rosebush Manor.

Give now at pvmf.org or call the PVM Foundation at 248-281-2040.


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WITH A BIG REVEAL! We have been conducting big reveal tours of our new renovations and additions at The Village of East Harbor as we celebrate our new look and feel. Campus construction and renovations include: updated resident accommodations with new one bedroom independent living and assisted living apartments. Great new areas for social gathering like a new bistro and lounge, a renovated restaurant-style dining room, and a remodeled main building and activity area. To help with therapy and recovery additional private nursing rehabilitation rooms and a large rehab gym and occupational therapy rooms were added.

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PVM and EHM Senior Solutions Team Up to Host Technology Summit



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EHM Senior Solutions and PVM staff have seen the need for some time to add technology and smart homes to positively impact quality of life for seniors and to allow them to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. There are a multitude of products in the marketplace; and it can be quite confusing as to where to turn. Our goal was to explore technology and find the best solutions for aging in community. Thus, our two organizations wanted to start down the path of demystifying technology and seeking out what would be the best solutions for an array of needs. On July 27th we hosted a Technology Summit and Trade Show at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Technology experts from around Michigan and the nation were on hand to showcase state of the art technology solutions. Presentations were given by national content experts, including Ginna Baik, Senior Care Practice Leader for CDW Healthcare, a leading provider of technology solutions for healthcare organizations nationwide and Shelia Cotton, Professor in the Department of Media and Information at Michigan State University. Demonstrations of products were available. EHM Senior Solutions took the lead with an entire cadre of technologies to allow seniors to stay in their own home. Alert systems, smart homes, falls prevention technology, and new diagnostic capabilities which allow you to have fun and create art while measuring your range of motion were among them. Also showcased were physical therapy methods which make the process easier. This included a key fob which stores your therapy routine to plug in at the equipment for coaching on what to do. Residents, other seniors, board members and staff all were quite impressed with the array of technology solutions highlighted throughout the day. Door prizes which included smart technology items were given out to participants. Now we will move on to piloting some of these tech solutions and perhaps partnering with others to make them available for our residents and participants in our home and community based services programs. Many thanks to our dedicated group of vendors and sponsors who made the day possible:

CURO Care Innovations Phillips Lifeline iN2L and Dakim Include Health Caremerge


can change the lives of seniors.


VirtuSense Technologies Breezie & CDW PAL Care Avigilon Vivify Health

Medella Emergency Response Drone (WSU School of Medicine) Toshiba Verizon Wireless Genus Connect Point Click Care

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is only able to provide the best quality of housing, programs and services to seniors throughout Michigan with the generous support of our donors.

Please consider a charitable bequest… Without obligation, PVM Foundation would like to answer any questions you may have. Please call Paul Miller

248.281.2045 mylegacy.pvmf.org


The Village at Oakland Woods is one of Oakland County’s premiere senior living communities offering independent living at its best, with two-bedroom cottages and gardenstyle apartments beautifully laid out on a scenic 80-acre campus. With affordable living options, engaging classes and programs, and an unbeatable picturesque landscape, The Village of Oakland Woods will help you embrace the possibilities of what senior living can be.

The Village of Oakland Woods 420 South Opdyke Road Pontiac, Michigan 48341

Call 248.334.4379 to schedule a your visit today! Welcome to



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 array 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.

The Village of Westland

32001 Cherry Hill Road Westland, Michigan 48186-7902

Call 734.728.5222 to schedule a your visit today!


26200 Lahser Rd., Suite 300 Southfield, MI 48033-7157

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PVM Serves Seniors in Villages and Communities throughout Michigan Alpena Alpena Pines 989.278.4250 Battle Creek The Village of Mill Creek 269.962.0605 Bay City The Village of Hampton Meadows 989.892.1912 Chesterfield The Village of East Harbor 586.725.6030 Clinton Township The Village of Peace Manor 586.790.4500

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 University Meadows 313.831.6440 The Village of Woodbridge Manor 313.494.9000 Flint McFarlan Villages 810.235.3077

Villages* PACE Southeast Michigan** PACE Central Michigan***

Harbor Springs Onaway

* Some villages and programs are in collaboration with other organizations


** In collaboration with Henry Ford Health System *** In collaboration with Michigan Masonic Home



Bay City

Fort Gratiot Township

Flint Holly


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

Battle Creek Jackson

Chesterfield Clinton Township Township Pontiac Warren Redford Westland

Fort Gratiot Township The Village of Lake Huron Woods 810.385.9516 Gibraltar The Village of Gibraltar Manor 734.676.4802 Harbor Springs The Village of Hillside 231.526.7108 Perry Farm Village 231.526.1500 Holly The Village of Holly Woodlands 248.634.0592 Jackson The Villages of Spring Meadows 517.788.6679 Vista Grande Villa 517.879.1839 Kalamazoo The Village of Sage Grove 269.567.3300 Onaway Lynn Street Manor 989.733.2661 Pontiac The Village of Oakland Woods 248.334.4379 Redford The Village of Redford 313.541.6000 Rosebush The Village of Rosebush Manor 989.433.0150 Southfield The Fountains on Franklin 248.809.1076 The Park at Trowbridge 248.352.0208 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 The Village of Westland 734.728.5222


St. Clair Shores

Dearborn Gibraltar

Embrace the Possibilities

PACE Southeast Michigan Southfield, Dearborn, Warren & Thome Rivertown Neighborhood 855.445.4554 PACE Central Michigan 833.532.6981 CareSync Solutions 248.773.4550 Metro In-Home Solutions 313.297.1342 Bay Connect 231.526.7108

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