Key Data and Policies

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Annual Report

Read our full AgeWays Nonprofit Senior Services 2023 Annual Report to learn more about our achievements in fiscal year 2023.

Annual Implementation Plan

AgeWays’s Multi-Year Plan (MYP) details how we will use federal Older Americans Act and state funds to support community-based services for older adults in Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, and Washtenaw counties. The current plan covers fiscal years 2023 -2025 (Beginning October 1, 2023, and ending September 30, 2025.) This plan is approved by each county’s Board of Commissioners and the state Aging and Adult Services Agency.

For additional information or questions about the plan, contact Taylor Clark: (248) 320-3115.

Fiscal Year 2025
AgeWays Draft FY 2025 Annual Implementation Plan

Fiscal Year 2024
AgeWays FY 2024 Annual Implementation Plan 

Fiscal Year 2023-2025

Draft Amendment of FY 2024 AgeWays Nonprofit Senior Services Annual Implementation Plan

AgeWays Summary Draft Multi-Year Area Plan FY 2023 -2025

DRAFT AgeWays Multi-Year Plan FY 2023-2025 MYP 6-28-2022

Snapshot: Fiscal Year 2023-2025 Multi-year Implementation Plan


Key Policies

AgeWays Website Privacy Policy 9-23-2020

Key Financial Reports

Below are financial reports that provide an overview of our revenue, expenses, assets and spending by program.

IRS 501(c)3 Status Letter

AgeWays Form 990 Fiscal Year 2023

AgeWays Fiscal Year 2023 Financial Statements

Reporting Fraud, Waste and Abuse

AgeWays’s Commitment to Compliance
AgeWays Nonprofit Senior Services is committed to practice business in an ethical manner and to comply with applicable laws. AgeWays has instituted an ongoing Compliance Program, which includes, without limitation, policies and protocols designed to detect and prevent fraud, waste and abuse (FWA). AgeWays requires all employees and others acting on behalf of AgeWays to comply with AgeWays’s Compliance Program Policy. AgeWays enforces this requirement through disciplinary guidelines set forth in its Fraud Waste and Abuse Compliance Program Policy.

AgeWays’s Fraud, Waste and Abuse Compliance Program Policy
AgeWays Fraud, Waste and Abuse Compliance Policy
AgeWays Fraud,Waste and Abuse Disciplinary Policy

How to Report Fraud, Waste and Abuse
Fraud, waste and abuse can be reported by emailing or calling (833) AA1BFWA ((833) 221-2392). Fraud, waste and abuse can be reported by AgeWays employees, program participants, vendors or any other party.

Reporting Fraud Waste and Abuse Flyer
Fraud Waste and Abuse Definition Flyer

Office of the Inspector General

Office of Inspector General (HHS OIG):;  Welfare Fraud Hotline: 800-222-8558

Office of Inspector General (MDHHS OIG):
855-MI-Fraud (643-7283); PO Box 30062 Lansing, Mi. 48909