PACE Southeast Michigan

Year Founded
1994
EIN
90-0659735
Local Leader/Exec. Director
Mary Naber, CEO
Primary Contact Name
Holly Fine
Main Address

PACE Southeast Michigan
21700 Northwestern Highway
Suite 900
Southfield, MI 48075
United States

What We Do

PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) Southeast Michigan is a unique health plan and comprehensive care provider, committed to keeping chronically ill aging adults in their home by caring for their medical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs. While PACE Southeast Michigan provides care to older adults, there are other basic and emergency necessities that, due to funding regulations, are not covered by the program. This is where you and PACE Southeast Michigan’s Community Giving Fund and volunteer program come in! Donate today to support the Community Giving Fund, which helps with costs for roof repairs, repair or replacement of appliances, and avoiding utility shutoffs and evictions. Additionally, you can find gratification with a volunteer position that matches your interest such as day center helper, transportation companion, administrative support, and more. This is a great opportunity to help one of the most vulnerable populations in southeast Michigan – our seniors – stay in the homes and communities they love.

Interesting Info
  • Since 2016, PACE Southeast Michigan has spent $415,000 on participants through the Community Giving Fund.
  • The Community Giving Fund has prevented 48 utilities from being shut off, keeping our seniors living safely in their homes.
  • In 2022 alone, nearly $90,000 was raised for older adults living in Southeast Michigan.
Volunteer Opportunities

Support our Senior Participants at One of Eight Day Health Centers
Repeats daily on Monday to Friday for 427 times
Anytime

Tech Savvy Volunteer for Short-term Project
Repeats daily, 8am - 5pm for 57 times
Flexible Timing

Administrative and Receptionist Support
Repeats daily on Monday to Friday, 9am - 11am for 570 times
Flexible Timing

Medical Appointment Guide for Seniors
Repeats weekly on Friday, 9am - 1pm
Duration of 4 hours

Teach Older Adults to Read
Repeats weekly on Monday, 10am - 11am for 260 times
Flexible Timing