What is the Springhill Pooled Accounts Trust?
Springhill Pooled Accounts Trust improves the lives of people with disabilities living in Michigan and across the country. Our experienced staff works with individuals to protect their eligibility for public benefits and manage their financial assets. As a nonprofit organization, Springhill* helps beneficiaries and their families easily access their funds to pay for expenses that improve quality of life, such as clothing, travel, electronics and more.
At Springhill, a dedicated trust coordinator will get to know you, your story, and how you’d like to use your sub-account. We also provide free enrollment consultations for potential beneficiaries, trustees, attorneys, and financial planners. Our goal is to simplify the process while complying with federal and state rules governing trusts.
Springhill is an excellent option for people with disabilities who want the reassurance of a professionally administered trust, the advantages of a pooled investment, and our exceptional personal service. We’ll handle the details so you can focus on what matters most to you.
Who is eligible?
Individuals with disabilities who are or may become over the means-tested public benefit asset limit. All potential participants should seek professional legal counsel to determine if a special needs trust would be right for them.
How can I access this service?
Enrolling in the Springhill Pooled Accounts Trust can be done on your own, or with your attorney or financial planner. Visit here for step-by-step instructions.
For more information, please see our First-Party and Third-Party Declaration of Trusts, read our FAQs or contact us at 248-269-1319 or PAT@chninc.net.