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Adult Day Services

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Read the 2021 Detroit Catholic article about the Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan Adult Day Centers

About CCSEM’s Adult Day Services

Locations and Hours

Two convenient Adult Day Center locations in Oakland and Macomb counties are open Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm, with extended hours available for working caregivers.

  1. 3300 S. Adams Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48326-3304 (Located on Sacred Heart Church Campus)
    Contact Kaitlyn Cooke at 248-537-3300 ext. 3803 or cookek@ccsem.org.
  2. 23401 E. Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, MI 48080 (Located on the St. Lucy’s Church Campus)
    Contact Nikki Harvey at 586-412-8494 ext. 4014 or harveyh@ccsem.org.

Wheelchair Accessible Transportation is available for both locations within a 15-mile radius.

Adult Day Center Offerings

CCSEM incorporates person-centered practices, including individualized client care and ensuring their interests are considered in daily activity planning.

Services include:

  • Daily Exercise
  • Trivia, Brain Games, Reminiscing
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Music Therapy
  • Pet Therapy
  • Special events
  • Lunch and snacks provided
  • Medication reminders, health status monitoring
  • Incontinence care
  • Flexible schedules
  • Caregiver resources and education
  • Geriatric counseling
  • *Referrals to other services
  • Wheelchair-accessible transportation (within a 15-mile radius)

*Nursing and social work consultation services available upon request

Meals on Wheels Dining

Macomb and Oakland county locations participate as Meals on Wheels Dining Senior Style locations!
Macomb County Location
23401 E. Jefferson
Clair Shores, MI 48080
(586) 412-8494 extension 4014
*Meal served: 12:30 pm

Oakland County Location
3300 S. Adams Rd
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
(248) 537-3300 extension 3803
*Meal served: 12:30 pm
*Please call ahead to ensure meal availability; 48 hours’ notice preferred

Eligibility for Meals on Wheels Lunch: You must be 60 or older to participate. Spouses of those 60 and older can participate in the program, regardless of age. Lunch is served on a “first come, first served” basis, Monday through Friday, unless otherwise noted. A $3.50 contribution is suggested for each meal. All donations go directly back into the program to help serve more seniors. Congregate meal sites are funded under the Federal Older Americans Act of 1965.

Check out the CBS TV 62 Eye on Detroit video about our Adult Day Health ministry.



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