Column: Elder Law of Michigan

By Sen. Joe Hune

With all the wonderful seniors I am able to come in contact with in my district, I’d like to bring attention to a one-stop source for senior assistance.

Elder Law of Michigan is your comprehensive resource to connect with housing, legal, pension, financial, food, nutrition and health services for seniors in need. For more than 20 years, the organization has been helping older adults obtain peace of mind.

The organization provides services for seniors 60 and up or younger than 60 if receiving Social Security Disability.

Michigan has faced some of the nation’s most difficult economic conditions over the last decade, and seniors were no exception. There is no shame in needing some help to get back on track.

Elder Law of Michigan does just that, helping people solve problems, protecting their rights and working to ensure that basic needs are met. Their work includes putting healthy food on the table, discovering ways to help pay for utility bills, finding safe and affordable housing and much more.

As an organization, Elder Law of Michigan is committed to navigating your problems so as to find the right solutions. All you have to do is make one call for help!

To find out more information about the services the organization offers or to schedule an appointment with someone at their office, call toll free 1-866-400-9164. For legal assistance, please dial 1-800-347 5297. As always, don’t hesitate to contact my office with any questions at or call the office at 1-855-JOE-HUNE.


Sen. Joe Hune is chair of the Senate Agriculture Committee. He represents the 22nd state Senate District, which includes Livingston and Shiawassee counties, and the southern part of Ingham County. The Ingham County portion includes Bunkerhill, Leslie, Stockbridge and Vevay townships, and the cities of Leslie and Mason.