Presbyterian Villages of Michigan’s History
Founded in 1945 by the Presbytery of Detroit, Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) is a faith-based, multi-site, 501(c)3 organization that serves seniors of all faiths. PVM became a freestanding, separate organization in 1989. Today, PVM serves 10,000 older adults throughout the state. Which includes housing (market rate and affordable) and home/community based services.
PVM is committed to keeping Michigan seniors in the state of Michigan. Michigan’s population of residents aged 65 and over is steadily increasing and PVM is well-positioned to keep our seniors in Michigan. In the past several years, PVM has made significant strides in accommodating today’s seniors while identifying future needs of tomorrow.
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan, guided by our Christian heritage, serves seniors of all faiths and create new possibilities for quality living. Each PVM Village throughout the state has a rich history and is paving the way for current and future Michigan seniors.
PVM Mission, Vision and Values
Guided by our Christian heritage, we serve seniors of all faiths and create new possibilities for quality living.
To transform senior living and services and enhance the communities we serve.
Our faith traditions call us to create diverse environments, programs and services where seniors are able to achieve the best possibilities and purposes in life.
Beliefs and Values
We believe in and are passionately committed to:
- transforming senior living and services
- delivering ever-improving quality to everyone we serve
- meaningful engagement of seniors, staff, volunteers and communities
- accountability, including the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity
- promoting safe and secure environments
- being respectful, inclusive and welcoming
- diligent stewardship of resources
- effective communication
- wellness of mind, body and spirit
- advocating and championing numerous aging related causes
The first PVM location–The Hoobler House in Redford.