The Ultimate Resource for Senior Care in Ontonagon County, MI
The seniors and their caregivers in Ontonagon County, MI, deserve the best care possible. Enter Ontonagon County Commission on Aging/Lake Gogebic Senior Citizens Club Inc., with offices located in Bergland, MI, the be-all and end-all resource for seniors to find and take advantage of caregiving resources. Our team offers multiple helping hands to senior citizens, ensuring they live safely, comfortably, and happily in their homes.
Ontonagon County Commission on Aging/Lake Gogebic Senior Citizens Club Inc. exists to promote, enhance, and provide various services to the aging population. These services allow seniors to remain in their homes longer by providing homemaker and personal care assistance. Support, relief, and reassurance are also provided to caregivers through respite care in their homes or through our adult day centers.
Your Safety & Comfort Matters
The safety and comfort of your elderly family, friends, and neighbors are our top concerns. Ontonagon County Commission on Aging/Lake Gogebic Senior Citizens Club Inc. is a non-political 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Agency funded with state/federal monies and county millage monies.
Each of our programs remain under compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: “No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
Trust Us With Your Care Today
If you need experienced senior care, call Ontonagon County Commission on Aging/Lake Gogebic Senior Citizens Club Inc. today. We have everything you and your senior need to live life in comfort and independence, including housekeeping, personal care, and respite care for caregivers. Call us today to sign up for life-changing services.
Our History & Founder
Our founder, June Lipinski, has been organizing and directing services to Ontonagon County’s aging population for over 22 years. Her concerns and compassion for the elderly have led her to single-handedly organize a complete network of senior resources and centers throughout the county. Along her journey, Lipinski gained invaluable knowledge and resources for the benefit of the elderly community. She was nominated for U.P. person of the year in 1991. Below is a list of major achievements and outstanding accomplishments: