PACE Southeast Michigan is an award-winning, unique health care plan providing home and community-based care and services to empower seniors to maintain their independence. PACE - Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly - is a national program funded by Medicare and Medicaid.
PACE Southeast Michigan cares for seniors 55 and older living with chronic illness who want to remain independent, in their own home. Our day health centers bring together all of the care needed to accomplish this. The centers provide a community setting where seniors enjoy delicious meals, enjoy life-enrichment activities, and receive the medical care they need -- all in one setting. Support at home is also offered as well as transportation to and from the day health centers and medical appointments. All of these services, including medications, dental, vision, podiatry, audiology, behavioral health and physical and occupational therapies are provided at no cost to our participants.
Founded in 1994, PACE Southeast Michigan is a non-profit organization with five centers located in Southfield, Detroit, Dearborn, Eastpointe, and Sterling Heights. A sixth center is expected to open in Pontiac in fall of 2020.
Mary Naber, President and CEO, enjoys a conversation with PACE Southeast Michigan participants.
PACE Southeast Michigan Transportation Team Member, Jackie Goshea, assists a participant on the bus for her ride home.
PACE Southeast Michigan employees compete in a water-balloon toss at the annual summer Town Hall.
Stealing PACES, PACE Southeast Michigan's softball team, played in the "Come Play Detroit" league on Belle Isle this summer.