C.A.T.S. (Companion Animals Touching Seniors)
Oakland County Pet Adoption Center offers seniors the opportunity to foster a cat.
Senior Cell Phone Program
Program sponsored by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office is designed to equip seniors with a mobile means of contacting help in the event of an emergency.
Help and information are available to prevent and stop elder abuse. Click here to find out about the work of the S.A.V.E (Serving Adults who are Vulnerable and/or Elderly) Task Force and the Oakland County Prosecutor's Office Elder Abuse section.
FirstGov for Seniors
Federal government Web site with information and resources, such as consumer protection, legislation, retirement, tax assistance, travel and more.
Michigan Department of Human Services
This state site provides information about programs including food, medical or cash assistance programs, licensed adult care facilities, and contact information for local Department of Human Service office locations.
Michigan Services to the Aging
Sponsored by the Michigan Office of Services to the Aging, site provides resources for caregivers, seniors and professionals in the aging network Allows you to type in your city, zip code or county to get a list of nursing homes, senior centers, home health care agencies, dial-a-ride providers, meals on wheels programs or a host of other resources for successful aging.
Area Agency on Aging (AAA) 1B
AAA 1B provides information and access to services for older adults, persons with disabilities, and family caregivers in Oakland County and five other counties. Services include assistance with personal care and respite services, transportation and home delivered meals. Resource specialists are available to assist with Medicare and Medicaid questions.