The goal of the program is to meet individual needs in the least restrictive environment possible. Clients may be suffering from dementia or have been victims of fraud, neglect or abuse. They may also be developmentally disabled or mentally ill adults or any adult who is in a vulnerable or dangerous situation.
All West Michigan Guardianship case managers are certified by the National Guardianship Association, which requires passing an extensive examination that covers every aspect of Guardianship rules and regulations. Staff members are highly trained and have wide-ranging experience working with diverse populations.
West Michigan Guardianship prepares budgets for individuals to help them live within their monetary means.
Authority to receive and disburse Social Security funds on behalf of an individual when they have difficulty paying their bills in a timely manner.
POWER OF ATTORNEY
An individual may assign specific powers to West Michigan Guardianship to make important client decisions.
A court appoints WMG to act on behalf of the individual and gives us legal authority in decision making for every possible area of a client’s life.