Community/Area Resources

Local Resources for Care and Assistance

Adult Protective Services

  • Berrien County: 269.934.2000
  • Cass County: 269.445.0200
  • Van Buren County: 269.621.2800

Area Agency on Aging 

269.983.0177 or 800.442.2803 

Cancer Services

Financial Plans

Grief Healing

Health Departments

Lakeland at Home

Health Resource Library

  • Buchanan Area Health Resource Library
    31 N. St. Joseph Avenue
    Niles, Michigan 49120
    Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Home Medical Equipment

Hospice Care

  • St. Joseph: 269.429.7100
  • South Haven: 269.637.3825
  • Buchanan: 269.695.1099

Hospice Center

Long-Term Care and Senior Living

Mental Health

MI Blood

  • The sole source of blood products for Lakeland
  • 800.MIBLOOD;

Michigan Department of Human Services


  • Find a ride, mobility resources and public transportation:

PACE of Southwest Michigan

  • PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a unique program of coordinated care that allows older adults to remain in their home. Learn more here:
  • Call 269.408.4322 or 269.408.4319 for more information or to see if you qualify.

Pain and Wound Clinics


Social Services

  • Children's Protective Services - Berrien County: 269.934.2300
  • Children's Protective Services - Cass County: 269.445.0272
  • Children's Protective Services - Van Buren County: 269.621.2800

Support Groups

Verify Mi Care

  • A side-by-side comparison of information about infections and other factors of quality of care at hospitals

Voice. Change. Hope.  

  •  A community alliance to eliminate prescription drug abuse and heroin addition from families of Southwest Michigan: 269.580.8290 or

Wellness Centers

  • Centered on Wellness, Benton Harbor: 269.926.6199
  • Centered on Wellness, Niles: 269.683.7604
  • Centered on Wellness, St. Joseph: 269.926.6199
Compare our Quality of Care

Continue Watching

Community Grand Rounds - Battling Structural Racism

Structural Racism, meaning biases that have been built into the institution's people rely on, is a pervasive issue in the US.

Community Food Network: A Leg Up on Life

After assistance from a Lakeland nurse, Nancey received intervention for a life-threatening condition in the nick of time.

Weathering and Health Inequity: Letting the Epigenome Out of the Bottle Without Losing Sight of the Structural Origins of Population Health

Dr. Geronimus discussed weathering and the ways that structurally rooted biological and psychosocial processes shape health inequities in our society.

Interview with Bechara Choucair, MD: Advancing Health? It's About the Mind, Body, and Community

Dr. Choucair shares how his organization is working to improve conditions for health and equity

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Structural Competency and Institutional Discrimination

Dr. David Williams discusses institutional discrimination, individual discrimination, and structural competency.

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Recognizing and Preventing Implicit Bias

Dr. David Williams discusses his research on ways to recognize and prevent implicit bias.

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Discrimination and Health Disparities

Dr. David Williams discusses his research on health inequities caused by racial discrimination.

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Social Influences on Health

Dr. David Williams discusses his research on the distinctive social exposures linked to racial status.

Interview with Patricia Rush, MD, MBA

Dr. Patricia Rush discusses the impact of psychological trauma on the brain and on chronic disease and health inequities.

COVID-19 Update 9.8.21

Spectrum Health Lakeland President Loren B. Hamel, MD, and Acting Health Officer at the Berrien County Health Department, Courtney Davis, share the latest COVID-19 updates in Berrien County.

© Spectrum Health Lakeland 2021