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Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) files complaints against licensed or certified health care professionals involved in abusive and neglectful incidents in nursing homes and other care facilities. MPAS files complaints against individual licenses after the state substantiates abuse or neglect in a facility where those professionals provide patient care or supervise care providers. While these investigations are lengthy and cumbersome, the results of this advocacy are impactful in reducing the rates of abuse and neglect in Michigan.

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Gov. Snyder Issues Executive Directive Focusing on Employment for People with Disabilities

Following MPAS Report, Governor; Lt. Gov, take needed action in Michigan           Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS) today participated in a telephone media roundtable hosted by...

MPAS, Peckham Host 4th Candidate Forum

Candidates running for elected statewide office, and in Ingham and Clinton County, provided information and answered questions at the Peckham facility on Capital City Boulevard in Lansing on October...

Two MPAS Board Members Serve Out Their Terms

In compliance with Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. Board of Directors term limits, Ms. Donna DePalma and Mr. Ron Bush officially concluded their terms on the MPAS Board of Directors...

Michigan Developmental Disability Network Releases Report on Employment for Individuals with Disabilities

Sub-minimum wages, sheltered work, high unemployment among findings The Developmental Disabilities Network - comprised of Michigan Protection & Advocacy Service, Inc. (MPAS), the Developmental...

MPAS Thanks MDCH Director Jim Haveman for Commitment to People with Disabilities

Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) Director, Jim Haveman, stepped down from his post, effective Sept. 12., 2014, after many years of successes and accomplishments including many...

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