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An honorably discharged veteran
Eligible for USDVA healthcare or financial assistance for long-term nursing care
A dependent of a veteran who is deemed eligible for admission or was deemed eligible at the time of the veteran’s death
Dependent is defined as widow, widower, former spouse or spouse of a veteran, or a gold star parent
Michigan residency is not a requirement

Application Process

Admission is by application. The Veteran’s honorable discharge or a certified copy must accompany the application. Approved applicants are notified by mail or personal contact. Admissions are determined by the date of receipt of completed application and the facility’s ability to meet the needs of the residents as determined by an admissions committee.

Structure & Governing board

Michigan Veteran Homes are governed by a nine-member board appointed by the Governor, made up of individuals with professional knowledge, skill or experience in long-term care, health care licensure, finance, or medicine.

Services Provided

Michigan Veteran Homes offer exceptional skilled nursing care and quality of life, delivered in a homelike environment worthy of those who’ve worn the uniform. Services include long and short-term skilled care, rehabilitation, therapy, dementia and memory care, and palliative care.

Looking for a State Home?

Use the dropdown menu or click on a state below to locate state veterans homes, eligibility criteria, admission information and more.