Visit these helpful internet links to learn more

Access America for Seniors: A federal government website providing access to a wide variety of government services –

Administration on Aging: The official site of the agency that oversees federal policy concerning seniors, including the Older Americans Act. The site includes a listing of Area Agencies on Aging with web sites. –

American Society on Aging –

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services – –

Elder Law of Michigan, Inc. –

New Health Care Reform: For information about the new health care reforms –

Medicare: The Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare –

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services: Michigan Medicaid –

KEPRO: A process to quickly resolve a complaint or concern about Medicare medical care or services. –

National Council on Aging: this site provides information on aging research, legislation and senior programs –

National Government Services – Medicare Contractor/Intermediary –

National Senior Citizens Law Center: An advocacy organization that promotes the independence and well-being of low-income, elderly and disabled Americans. –

Aging and Adult Services Agency (Part of MDHHS):

Social Security Online: The Official Website of the U.S. Social Security Administration – or

State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services  –

State of Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Services –

US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General: Information on how to report suspected Medicare fraud. –

Veteran’s Affairs (VA) –

Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency:

What is MI Health Link:,5885,7-339-71551_2945_64077—,00.html

MI Health Link for People with Medicare and Medicaid:,5885,7-339-71551_2945_64077-335999–,00.html