NEMCSA will be closed for the Holidays December 24, 2019 – January 1, 2020. All NEMCSA offices will resume normal business hours on Thursday January 2, 2020.
HARA Intake, Homeless Prevention/Assistance, Emergency Shelter Program (motel vouchers) and Utility Assistance Services will be available over the holiday with program staff answering intake phones, returning voicemails and processing mail on the following days:
Thursday December 26~ 7am-11am ... Friday December 27~ 7:30am-11:30am Monday December 30~ 8:30am-12:30pm
Elementary school is where children get their foundation of what they’re going to become someday. That’s why Grayling Elementary School in Crawford county has been welcoming Foster Grandparents into their classrooms year after year! Thanks to our volunteers- we appreciate you! If YOU want to learn more about NEMCSA's volunteer programs, visit our website at www.nemcsa.org.
The holiday season can cause mixed feelings for a family affected by Alzheimer's disease or other dementia. Below are tips for holiday planning with loved ones who have dementia~ Keep your loved one involved in the celebration Build on past traditions and find new ways to connect Be sensitive to the individual’s needs Maintain the person’s normal routine... Be open with family and friends Plan to travel appropriately