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CarePatrol is a free community based service that helps families find Assisted Living, Independent Living, Memory Care and In Home care options that meet their specific needs. We continually review the care and violation history of all the communities with whom we work so that we can help families make safe

decisions.  We tour our clients to their chosen facilities much like a realtor shows families new homes.


Call us for help with your search!


Karla Middlecamp 
231-683-2002 or 616-607-4030

Fair Housing Center of West Michigan

is a non-profit providing comprehensive fair housing services including education, outreach, research, advocacy, and enforcement.

Fair Housing Center of West Michigan 

prevents and eliminates illegal housing discrimination.


(616) 451-2980

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Oasis, a FREE service, can assist in navigating the senior housing maze. Our compassionate Senior Living Advisors will work with seniors and their families to identify lifestyle preferences, health care needs, as we as, location and financial considerations. Once options have been narrowed down to the most suitable matches, your Senior Living Advisor will schedule tours while assisting throughout the entire process.

For senior housing assistance, call Oasis TODAY!


616-675-0006 or 616-755-6746


Pioneer Resources’ mission is to help people with disabilities and seniors attain independence and dignity by creating opportunities for participation in the community.


People in pursuit of:

Monica Turnbull, CTRS

Community Relations and Fund Development Manager

(231) 773-5355

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Reverse Mortgage, ReHAB, Construction Loans, FHA, VA, RD,

Purchase & Refinance


Dixie Morse

Reverse Mortgage Specialist

(616) 836-7846

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MRM Volunteer Team Opportunities


Volunteering at MRM means more than just gifting time. It means clothing the needy, feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless and demonstrating the love of Christ. Volunteers for the mission make a difference in the lives of the homeless men, women and children in our community.


Contact Taylor Zenobia,
Volunteer Coordinator 


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The Muskegon Area District Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped is part of a free national library service available to residents who are unable to read or use print materials due to a visual or physical disability. Special format audio books and equipment are mailed to eligible persons free of charge.

To receive the service, an application form must be completed and signed by a member of the medical or allied professions to certify eligibility. An application form is available at our website or can be mailed out. The books available are the same types of books that are available through public libraries.


Muskegon Area District Library

4845 Airline Rd. Unit 5

Muskegon, MI 49444

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Full Continuum of

Behavioral Health Services

Cindy Busscher

(616) 281-6363 ext: 2450


A comprehensive Referral Resource for Discharge Planners, Health Care Professionals and Patient Advocates
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Linda Busche, Sales Associate

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Senior Resources provides resources to help older adults and people with disabilities live independently. Our Options Counselors can help explore long-term care options, including the MI Choice Waiver program and Enhanced Care Services. We also provide support for caregivers and nursing facility transitions.

   Lisa Tyler             Michelle Fields

231-733-3509        231-733-3523


We consider it an honor to serve you and your family! Our compassion, patience and professionalism will help you through this emotional time. Providing healing experiences in our community.


(231) 726-5210


Suzanne Tanis

Office: 231.766.7129