Delivering truly affordable healthcare and housing like you’ve never seen before!
The Plight of Michigan Seniors
Housing and healthcare are too expensive for too many seniors in Michigan. Affordable and attractive senior housing is in short supply in many communities, making it hard for seniors to stay in the area where they have friends, family, church, and familiarity. And the situation is becoming more challenging each year.
Making an Impact on Four Communities
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is collaborating with a number of community organizations to undertake a capital campaign to provide affordable housing and community health facilities for seniors in four communities:
The Campaign for the Ages Oakland Woods provides vulnerable seniors health and wellness services on one campus, and affordable housing options for seniors with low incomes. All you need is on one campus, no more moving from home to home as your needs change. With your support, one hundred more seniors will be served with new homes and the right level of care.
Housing and healthcare are too expensive for too many seniors. We can change that together! By supporting the Campaign for the Ages, The Village of Lake Huron Woods will be truly affordable for everyone in the Blue Water region.
The Campaign for the Ages Westland offers a senior the flexibility to stay living at home, or move to The Village of Westland, and receive health care services. With a variety of health care options, seniors can come to campus or have health care come to them. Together, we will expand The Village of Westland so seniors with low incomes have options to age well.
Housing and healthcare are too expensive for too many seniors. We can change that together! By supporting the Campaign for the Ages, McFarlan Villages will be truly affordable for everyone in the Flint area.
What will the Campaign for the Ages support?
The overall cost of the work proposed in four senior communities is $180 million. The generous donations to the Campaign for the Ages will offset interim construction and rehabilitation costs, professional and development fees, financing, furniture, fixtures and equipment. This will make more funds available to provide a customized environment and specialized services crucial to seniors.
Housing and Healthcare are too expensive for too many seniors.
Let’s change this!
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan:
A long history of unique solutions for seniors
Presbyterian Villages of Michigan (PVM) serves seniors of all faiths, their families and diverse communities across Michigan and has done so since 1945.
PVM is a faith-based, award-winning, community-led, and philanthropically supported aging services non-profit. PVM operates over thirty senior living communities across Michigan that greatly improve the lives of the older adults we serve. PVM’s well-developed programs foster cultures of service excellence, diversity & inclusion.
PVM services include Assisted Living, Memory Loss, Skilled Nursing, subsidized senior housing, and market-rate senior housing. There is a location with all of these services on-site, called a life plan community.
In addition, PVM sponsors home and community-based services (HCBS), including:
- Wellness programs
- Home help/care coordination
- Home modification
- Parish nursing
- Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
- Caregiver information
Questions? Want to donate?
Contact Paul Miller, PVM Foundation President
firstname.lastname@example.org • 248-281-2040