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In familiar and comfortable surroundings, you can set your own schedule and decide what is important to you. We can provide help with everyday tasks. Whether you need help after a stay in the hospital or for a loved one who would like to remain independent in their home, Samaritas can provide all your home care solutions with one phone call.



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At Home - Home Health, a Medicare-certified home health agency, strives to keep you in your home after you have experienced an illness, surgery or a change in your medical condition. With your physician’s order, we can provide a wide range of services in your home, including skilled nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy and social work.

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Serving persons with disabilities, our group homes integrate residents with the larger community, promote independence and engage residents in collective and harmonious living. Our residents come to us through referrals from county community mental health agencies. We also assist individuals in maintaining independence within their own homes.

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Back to school can be an exciting time, but it can also be stressful for families facing immense amounts of needed school supplies with limited resources to procure them. Samaritas is providing backpacks for children in our care, thanks to the generosity of our donors, residents and...

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GRBJ - Intentional communities help adults with IDD

By Mary Muliett

One thing almost every person desires is the ability to live independently while remaining connected to a community of friends and peers.

For some, this goal is easily attainable; it’s just the natural flow of life. For adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), however, this goal is not so easy to achieve. At Samaritas, we serve 172 adults with IDD in 12 group homes, and in our At Home Support Services throughout Michigan. We also provide stable, secure, affordable housing to more than 1,200 seniors, families and individuals. National research reveals that in many American locales, waiting lists are growing for people with IDD to find housing and community living support; in some instances, access to support is not only delayed but even discontinued.

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