a program of Baruch Senior Ministries
We know you want the best care for your loved one, and that shouldn’t come with a high price tag. As a nonprofit organization, Union Court of Chesaning offers more affordable costs to seniors while still maintaining the highest standard of quality care.
There are many options to pay for care, from private pay to government aid.
As a state-licensed assisted living facility, we accept private pay. However, we understand the financial obstacles that may arise along the way. If you have secured a long-term care insurance policy, please contact your carrier for details about your coverage.
There are several other financial assistance programs available in Michigan, including Veteran’s Benefits.
The Aid and Attendance Pension for veterans and their surviving spouses provides monthly assistance to eligible seniors who require assisted living services. Visit veteranaid.org or aidattendance.com for more information on eligibility and how to apply.
As part of its mission, Union Court of Chesaning offers The Lifetime Promise that provides reduced costs to qualified residents based on their individual monthly income. This program is entirely confidential, and assures that a resident will remain in the community with an equal level of care and never be asked to leave due to personal financial circumstances. If you would like more information about this program, read our Lifetime Promise Informational Sheet.
We understand you need to be well-informed to choose senior care for you or your loved one. As a nonprofit, we have the unique opportunity to be resident and family focused. We are here to answer any questions you have, and to walk with you every step of the way: from finding the right home to feeling at home