Community Resources


General Resources
State Enrollment Broker
Michigan ENROLLS
(800) 975-7630
TTY: (888) 263-5897
Monday - Friday 8 AM to 7 PM EST​

Michigan Medicaid Beneficiary Help Line
(800) 642-3195 ​
Monday - Friday 8 AM to 7 PM EST

Wayne County
Detroit Agency on Aging
133 Brewery Park Blvd., Suite 200
Detroit, MI 48207
(313) 446-4444

The Senior Alliance, Inc.
3850 Second St., Suite 201
Wayne, MI 48184
(734) 722-2830

Macomb County
Macomb Department of Senior Citizen Services
22856 Ryan Road
Warren, MI 48091
(586) 759-9150

Macomb County Office of Senior Services
21885 Dunham, Suite 6
Clinton Township, MI 48036
(586) 469-5228

VerKuilen Building
21885 Dunham Road, Suite 10,
Clinton Township, MI 48036
(586) 469-6999

Area Agency on Aging 1-B
29100 Northwestern Highway, Suite 400
Southfield, MI 48034
(248) 357-2255 or (800) 852-7795

Macomb County Access Location
39090 Garfield, Suite 102
Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 226-0309
(800) 852-7795
Fax: (248) 262-9971

Housing Resources for Vacant, Abandoned or Homes in Need of Repair

For Molina Dual Options MI Health Link members in the Detroit area

The City of Detroit, through their Planning & Development Department, offers home repair services through the CDBG Home Rehabilitation Program. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides funds to help homeowners repair their home, remove lead-based paint issues and focus on building issues that affect the health and safety of Detroit residents.

The Detroit 0% Home Repair Loans Program offers 0% interest loans from $5,000 to $25,000 to help Detroit homeowners repair and improve their homes. This will help increase public health, safety and property values, while helping residents keep their homeowner’s insurance.

If the home has health and safety issues, those issues must be repaired first before other repairs can be made. Some projects include:

  • Fixing health and safety issues (required);
  • Fixing electrical issues;
  • Replacing the furnace;
  • Replacing the roof;
  • Plumbing;
  • Replacing doors and windows;
  • Fixing the building and porches.

Beginning in March 2017, applications will be available online and at a number of locations throughout the city, including Neighborhood Intake Centers, City of Detroit Neighborhood District Managers’ offices, and City of Detroit Recreation Centers. Applicants must complete the application and provide all required documents to a Neighborhood Intake Center. Help with completing the application will be available at intake centers. Go to for more information.

The following organizations provide specific mortgages in the Detroit area:


For Molina Dual Options MI Health Link members in all areas

The State Emergency Relief (SER) Program provides immediate help to homeowners and families who are experiencing financial issues or for emergencies that threaten health and safety. Through direct funding and agreements with non-profit organizations, such as the Salvation Army and local Community Action Organizations, SER helps low-income households meet emergency needs such as:

  • Heat & Utilities
  • Home Repairs
  • Help with Relocation
  • Home Ownership Services
  • Burial

The SER Program was created to help low-income households, who are usually able to meet their needs, but sometimes need help for emergency situations. The SER Program is not the right program for long-term financial issues.

Homeowners would need to apply at their local MDHHS office or online through MI Bridges. Ask for more information when turning in a completed application.