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I live in the Grand Rapids area and am looking for a honest and dependable caregiver.  How does one go about finding someone that you can trust?  I don't have my MMC yet, but have a doctor's appointment next week.  I would like to find a professional caregiver sooner rather than later.  So I can get to know them a little before sending in my forms to the state. 


I have heard about people using the MMMA as a front for illegal activates; of which I want nothing to do with!   


Thank you in advance for your suggestions.

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