Aging Services Consortium
To promote the health, well-being and self sufficiency of the older population of Metropolitan Detroit.
First Wednesday every other month, beginning in January of each calendar year. 9am-11am at Hannan Foundation, 4750 Woodward Ave., Detroit.
The Aging Services Consortium was formally incorporated July 12, 1994. The Consortium grew out of a community advisory committee formed by Hannan Foundation in 1993 and was originally called the Central City Aging Services Consortium.
- To more effectively provide quality services that respond to the needs and desires of the older residents.
- To evaluate the effectiveness of the Consortium’s services and disseminate the results.
- To integrate training and research into the service provision process.
- To actively involve the community in planning and devlopment of services.
- To encourage more effective service delivery through communication and collaboration.
Quality: The Consortium is committed to quality and excellence.
Respect: The Consortium is committed to creating and maintaining relationships with those they serve and Consortium members based on mutual respect and trust.
Nurture: The Consortium is committed to creating and maintaining an environment that nurtures the mind, body, and spirit of all residents served. Such an approach promotes human contact, encourages individual responsibility, and strives for the least intrusive level of service.
Efficient and Effective Use of Resources: The Consortium is committed to making the best use of the resources available.