The Montmorency County Commission on Aging is in the process of updating our Community Plan for senior services. To do this effectively we are requesting your input. If you would be so kind to help us, help you, by completing and returning this survey by June 17, 2014 it would be greatly appreciated.
MCCOA provided 7,513 hours of In Home Services (personal care, respite, and homemaking), served 12,267 senior center meals and provided 18,444 home delivered meals in the fiscal year ending 09/30/13. State and Federal funding subsidized 21% of our programs with donations and millage covering the balance. The renewal millage request of Â¼ mill will be on the August 5, 2014 ballot for consideration to allow MCCOA to continue to provide the quality services that we offer. To better serve the citizens of Montmorency County, please complete the survey below:
To educate, advocate and promote healthy aging...
The Montmorency County Commission On Aging is patterned after the Older Michiganian Act. We are a not-for-profit, non-political
organization. The purpose of MCCOA is to coordinate and implement public and private programs that promote and safeguard the independence, welfare, and dignity of the senior citizens of Montmorency County. It is also the purpose of MCCOA to concentrate
area resources in order to develop and implement a comprehensive and coordinated system to serve older individuals while maintaining their maximum independence and dignity. This system shall provide support services, nutrition services, eliminate to the extent possible barriers to economic and personal independence, and provide a continuum of care and opportunity to receive managed in-home care services for vulnerable older people. To provide Community Planned Services for Senior Citizens, MCCOA coordinates its efforts with Federal, State, Local, and private agencies. MCCOA pursues, promotes, and participates in activities and endeavors that secure all levels of funding for services that meet the needs of Senior Citizens within Montmorency County.
The Commission On Aging is committed to helping the seniors of Montmorency County and to provide support services, nutrition services, promote independence, and provide a continuum of care and opportunity to receive managed in-home care services.
The Montmorency County Commission On Aging (MCCOA) operates out of the Region 9 Area Agency On Aging which is part of the Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMSCA) in Alpena that includes 12 counties, Alcona, Alpena, Arenac, Cheboygan, Crawford, Iosco, Montmorency, Ogemaw, Oscoda, Otsego, Presque Isle and Roscommon.The Funding for MCCOA is received from NEMSCA, County Millages and donations.