Kent County Senior Millage 2018 Service Directory
If you are a Kent County resident, age 60+ there are over 50 unique services available to help you stay in your home and in your community as you age. For an updated list of services for 2018, click here. If you would like more information on accessing services for yourself or a loved one, contact us: (616) 456-5664 | firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 Kent County Senior Services
Our 2018 Kent County Senior Services directory will be released soon, until then the 2017 Kent County Senior Services directory is available here.
AAAWM Accepting Hearing Services Proposals for 2016
AAAWM is accepting Proposals for Hearing Services for 2016 Kent County Senior Millage funds. There is $85,000 that is available for Hearing Services, specifically in three service categories (Adaptive Equipment, Hearing Aid Assistance, and Specialized Hearing Services.) Proposals are required for all new agencies, as well as for current millage funded agencies who wish to add a new service. The Proposal is due to AAAWM no later than 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 29, 2015. Click here to access the Proposal form or click here to access general infomration about the proposal..
There will be a Proposer Workshop to answer any questions about the Proposal on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. in the AAAWM conference room A at 3215 Eaglecrest Drive NE, Grand Rapids, MI. Questions can be submitted prior to the meeting to email@example.com. Questions will not be answered outside this meeting; however, answers to any submitted questions will be shared. Please do not ask AAAWM Contract Coordinators any direct questions, as they are unable to respond to individual inquiries.
The Proposals will be reviewed by the Kent County Millage Review Committee (KCMRC) and the proposing organization will be required to give a short presentation to the KCMRC on January 8, 2016. If funded, services are expected to start February 1, 2016.
Senior Services Input Needed
"The commission is seeking comments from older adults, their caregivers and social service agencies to help shape programs and target financial resources." Read the entire article from Mlive.