Elders’ Helpers works with the following agencies and associations:

Michigan Office of Services to the Aging

Michigan Office Of Services To The Aging

Provides a wide array of services to meet the many different needs of seniors. It also serves as a vital resource for children, grandchildren and others in their efforts to provide care for a loved one.

Resources Caregiver with client

Resource list

Alzheimer’s Association  800.272.3900

For information and services related to dementia.

Area Agency on Aging of West Michigan  616.456.5664

For information and referral about Care Management, MI-Choice Waiver, Older Americans Act, and Kent County Senior Millage funded programs.

Eldercare Locator  800.677.1116

Services for older adults nationwide.

Senior Neighbors 616.459.6019

Provides Many adult programs, resources and volunteer opportunities.

Reliance Community Care Partners (formerly HHS, Health Options)  800.447.3007

Care management, MI-Choice Waiver, and Kent County Millage funded services.

Why People Choose

Elders’ Helpers…

  • Elders’ Helpers has been a home health care agency serving the elderly and those with physical disabilities since 2000.
  • Elders’ Helpers provides quality, affordable home health care.
  • Elders’ Helpers has a 24/7 On Call service for all of our clients.
  • Elders’ Helpers has one of the largest caregiver staffs in West Michigan.
  • Elders’ Helpers can provide same day service on a new case.
  • Elders’ Helpers is owned and managed by a West Michigan family.
  • Elders’ Helpers has a professional nursing staff.
  • Elders’ Helpers offers both Personal Emergency Response and GPS locator system

Michigan Dept. of Human Services  855.444.3911 Adult Protective Services or Medicaid Home Help.

Legal Hotline for Michigan Seniors  866.400.9164 A statewide program that provides free legal advice and information over the telephone to senior citizens age 60 and older in Michigan.

Hospice & Palliative Care Association Of Michigan  800.536.6300 You can find several local hospices under Hospice in the Yellow Pages; or consult with your physician.

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Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) 800.803.7174 This program is a free health-benefits counseling service for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries and their families or caregivers. Call for information about long term care/supplemental insurance, Medicare or Medicaid billing problems, prescription assistance and program eligibility information.

Senior Neighbors Inc.  616.459.6019 To find subsidized housing for low income seniors, as well as services to promote independence at home.

Social Security  800.772.1213 For replacement of a lost Social Security or Medicare card or to sign up for income programs for the disabled or elderly.


Heart Of Michigan United Way  211 or 616.459.6281 General information and referral.

U.S. Department Of Veterans Affairs  800.827.1000

Dementia Friendly Grand Rapids  616.456.5664

Helpful Websites

American Association of Retired Peoples

Alzheimer’s Association

National Aging Information Center (NAIC)

Benefits Check-up To find programs for people ages 55 and over that may pay for some of their costs of prescription drugs, health care, utilities, and other essential items or services.

Transportation Resources for Older Adults

Fall Prevention

Care Giver Resources Information on issues related to care giving for aging loved ones.

Elders’ Law Information, tools, and resources for seniors.

Kaiser Health News The latest information on health policy.

Law Help A guide to free and low-cost civil legal services in Michigan.

Medication Information The most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent advice on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and natural products.

Legal Assistance Center Self-help legal resources and information.

Medicare Information regarding Medicare Benefits and has a section on comparing nursing homes. Or call 1.800.Medicare.

Michigan Office of Services to the Aging

Michigan Poverty Law Program For issue alerts.

National Association of Insurance Commissioners Watch-Dog organization for health insurance problems.

Making Choices Michigan Encouraging and facilitating advance health care planning by the people of West Michigan.

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