Evangelical Homes of Michigan (EHM) is a not-for-profit health and human service organization that provides healthcare, housing and community services to seniors and their families in Southeast Michigan. Founded in 1879, EHM is one of the largest non-profits of its kind in Metro Detroit serving more than 5,500 individuals annually. Our retirement communities also serve as a health and human service ministry with affiliations with the United Church of Christ.
EHM employs more than 1,000 people and believes in community outreach and social accountability by providing 12,000 home delivered meals, administering over 800 flu shots, participating in employee food drives to stock local pantries and provide homeless children with school supplies. EHM also contributes nearly $2M annually in charitable care to help those who are unable to pay the full cost of care and services.
Industry groups and community leaders have consistently recognized EHM for its leadership and innovation over the years. Recognition includes Business of the Year by the Saline Chamber of Commerce, a Leading Edge Award from Aging Services of Michigan, the Best and Brightest Places to Work in Metro Detroit and the "Business Deal of Year" awards by the Michigan Business and Professional Association. Crain's Detroit Business ranks EHM as the 14th largest non-profit in Southeast Michigan and named EHM's CEO the Healthcare Hero of the Year in 2014.
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