Adult Foster Care: How It Works, Financial Assistance & Payment Options - adult foster care state of michigan

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Special Note: The State of Michigan does not license assisted or independent living facilities. Please note, however, that a Home for the Aged or Adult Foster Care Home license may be required if the level of care provided at the facility meets the licensing requirements of one of these license types.

A supervised personal care facility, that provides room, board, and supervised personal care to 21 or more unrelated nontransient individuals 60 years of age or older. Close Disclaimer: Licensing and registration records are made available on this website by LARA to provide immediate access to information for the convenience of interested persons.

Adults & Seniors We offer a variety of programs to protect, encourage independence and advocate for frail and vulnerable adults in Michigan. Our programs can assist you with independent living (home help), adult foster care and homes for the aged, adult protective services and support for .

Foster Care In Michigan, there are approximately 13,000 children in foster care and 300 children who still need an adoptive family. We need your help to provide a safe, nurturing home for these children until they can be returned to their families.