The Otsego County Commission on Aging (OCCOA) is partnering with the Michigan Secretary of State (SOS) to bring an SOS Mobile Office to its facility in Gaylord. The SOS Mobile Office will serve people in Northern Michigan who live with barriers, including older adults (age 60 and older), veterans, and people living with disabilities. The SOS Mobile Office at the OCCOA differs from the ‘brick and mortar’ SOS office in Gaylord in that it brings Secretary of State services directly to clients and participants at the OCCOA.  Other than instant titles, people can complete the same transactions that they could at standalone SOS office, including first-time Michigan IDs, driver’s licenses or ID renewals, title transfers, and applications and/or renewals for disability placards. Clients pay for their services directly to the SOS Mobile unit.

Appointments are encouraged and can be made by calling the OCCOA Advocacy Department at (989) 732-9977.

SOS Mobile Office Visit Flyer – May 28, 2024

SOS Mobile Office Visit Flyer – July 23, 2024

SOS Mobile Office Visit Flyer – Sep. 24, 2024