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Plymouth Community Council on Aging

Plymouth Community Council on Aging


Council on Aging - Non-profit Non-profit Organizations


Plymouth Community Council on Aging (PCCA):The Plymouth Community Council on Aging (PCCA) is a non-profit corporation, organized to coordinate programs, public and private, which promote and safeguard the independence and well-being of the citizens age 55 and over in the greater Plymouth Community.The PCCA works with many local agencies to insure that seniors receive assistance, information and enjoyable social events. PCCA works with the City of Plymouth, the Charter Township of Plymouth and the United Way to oversee the Senior Transportation Program. This program allows seniors to reach medical appointments outside of the Community.The PCCA has a Board of Directors consisting of ten members elected from the general PCCA membership, or appointed by the Board of Directors, from which four members serve as officers. The PCCA staff consists of a Director / Newsletter Editor, who provides service and information from an office located in the Plymouth Township Hall (9955 N Haggerty Rd., Plymouth MI 48170). The Director serves as a liaison with the Friendship Station and the Cultural Center in addition to coordinating monthly meeting or events.Twelve issues of the Senior Sentinel Newsletter are edited and published by the Director and distributed to the membership as well as to the Community. The newsletter keeps Plymouth Seniors informed on programs, projects, classes and trips.The office hours for the PCCA Office are10:00 am – 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday.For more information, please call 734-354-3222


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