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MMAP is funded by a grant from the Michigan Office of Services to the Aging through funding received from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Medicare agency and a grant from the Administration on Aging, and is not affiliated with the insurance industry. Nationally, this program is called the State Health Assistance Program (SHIP).
MMAP, Inc. is a free health-benefit counseling service. Our goal is to help you find your way through the health benefits maze. MMAP accomplishes its mission through MMAP sites housed in regional Area Agencies on Aging, County Departments on Aging, Senior Services Agencies, Commissions on Aging and other similar organizations located throughout Michigan.
How MMAP Can Help You
Call 1-800-803-7174 to be connected with a local MMAP counselor who can help you:
About Our Counselors
MMAP counselors are specialists trained in Medicare and Medicaid law and regulations, health insurance counseling and relevant insurance products. MMAP counselors are not connected with any insurance company, nor are they licensed to sell insurance. Their purpose is to serve you objectively and confidentially. Currently, MMAP has hundreds of highly trained and certified counselors. These dedicated and compassionate people, many of them seniors, answer questions and act as guides through the Medicare and Medicaid programs. MMAP counselors have assisted many thousands of Michigan’s elder and disabled citizens and saved them many millions of dollars in out-of-pocket expenses, bringing peace of mind to those who are often confused and frightened when they deal with unfamiliar and difficult government systems.
MMAP counselors also conduct public presentations on Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare supplemental insurance, long term care insurance, Medicare Advantage options, Medicare/Medicaid fraud and abuse and other issues of importance to beneficiaries and their families. Call us at 1-800-803-7174 to make arrangements for your event.
MMAP’s Organizational Structure
MMAP operates under the direction of a volunteer Board of Directors. Membership on the Board consists of a variety of organizations that provide services to Michigan’s seniors and disabled adults. No member of the Board of Directors can represent an organization that provides services or products to seniors or disabled adults for a fee.
Administration on Aging: (AoA) programs, funded under the Older
Americans Act, provide assistance to older persons and their caregivers, as well as critical support services, that help older adults remain independent and involved in their communities. – www.aoa.gov