The Benton Harbor/Benton Township Senior Services is one of 7 senior centers in Berrien County that plans, coordinates, evaluates, and provides services to older persons. The center offer the opportunity for older people to stay connected, informed, and actively engaged in charting their own course in the self-management of chronic conditions, long term care, health maintenance, and as contributing members of the community through civic engagement and volunteer opportunities.
Birmingham Next (Next) is a non-profit organization enriching the lives of the 50+ population of Birmingham, Bingham Farms, Beverly Hills, Franklin and surrounding areas since 1978. Next hosts acitivites and classes to help seniors stay active and engaged, including cards/games, computer classes, art classes, group meetings, senior-friendly sports and workouts, and group trips. Next also provides support services such as free legal counseling, blood pressure screening, tax assistance, medical equipment loans, transportation, and Medicare/Medicaid assistance.
Our mission at “Bridging the Gap” (BTG) is to PROVIDE military veterans with what they need to fight the good fight against Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and other crippling Combat Stress issues. This includes a stable environment, quality food, safe harbor, work programs, and much more. Unlike many national Veterans organizations, BTG is NOT a call center – our assistance is direct. If a Veteran seeks aid from BTG – and we have the space available – aid will begin that very same day. To gain access to our services a person simply has to prove that they are a United States Military Veteran – that’s it. There’s no red tape to cut thru Programs: Residential Housing, Homes for Heroes, Field Trips & Activities, Health & Wellness Services, BTG Rental Deposit Guarantee , BTG Utility Deposit Program, BTG Mentorship Program, Counseling and Therapy, Healthcare Assistance, Transportation Program
Calhoun County Medical Care Facility (CCMCF) provides 24-hour professional services to its residents, while the Marian E. Burch Adult Day Care Center engages clients with recreational and social activities. Services provided between the two facilities (located on the same campus) include medical care administered by skilled nurses and nursing assistants/practitioners, case mangement, meals, life enrichment with recreation and socialization, skilled/restorative therapy and rehabilitation services, and much more to ensure peace of mind for clients and their caregivers.