BECOME A MEMBER TODAY
Thank you for your interest in joining the Southeast Michigan Senior Regional Collaborative. Membership is open to those who work and/or provide services to older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers throughout southeast Michigan. Members include: Non-profit organizations, Government Entities, Educational Institutions and Individuals. All applications are reviewed by the SRC Board of Directors for approval.
Leadership and Training Institute
*The SRC provides a place to access a variety of organizations that focus on older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers across the Metropolitan Detroit area. These organizations often deliver a number of services that are culturally inclusive; support children and families; access to transportation, increase food accessibility and disease preventative education.
Agency Membership Dues
Annual Revenue Annual Dues
$ 0 - $1 Million $100.00
$1 Million -$3 Million $250.00
$3 Million+ $500.00
Health Systems $1,000.00
Individual Membership Dues
Individual Member Status Annual Dues
Community Advocate/Retiree $50.00
Working Professional $100.00
Join a Committee!
Members are encourage to further participate within the SRC by joining committees. Agencies and organizations are not limited to joining only one committee. Multiple representatives of agencies and organizations can join the same or different committee.
Member Engagement Committees
Works with SRC ED to identify emerging and ongoing issues at the local, state and federal level that impact SRC members
Benefits Access Committee
Works with SRC members to expand access to benefits for seniors throughout the SRC service area
Data and Evaluations Committee
Supports SRC work around data share, anyalysis and assessment, works on supporting the QAM tool
Plans and implements professional development conferences and workshops on important topics for SRC members and non-members
Community Care Hub Committee
Work group convened to create a collaborative integrated care hub in Southeast Michigan.
Organization Management Committees
Oversees SRC financials, reviews financial reports
General oversight for SRC bylaws, policies and procedures
Recruits new members, help retain current members and provides recommendations to the Board on membership policies
Resource Development Committee
Works with staff to develop sustainable funding streams for SRC and member projects
Managing the Marketing, Branding and Social Media of SRC; along with developing a communication plan
*Monthly Committee Schedule available HERE
*Opportunities for staff to participate in dynamic grass root committees that support member organizations, their leadership and staff.