CHILD & ADOLESCENT MEDICAL RESOURCES
                                      
To find FREE Health Fairs where you can obtain many needed tests and treatments
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SPECIALITY PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN / TEENS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Children's Special Health Care Services  (CSHCS)        
Medical Services Administration
CSHCS Plan Division
PO Box 30479
Lansing, MI  48909-7979
Phone:  800-359-3722
Email: cshcsfc@michigan.gov
Website:  www.michigan.gov/cshcs
CSHCS is a program for children and some adults with special health care needs and their families. 
Children must have a qualifying medical condition and be 21 and over with cystic fibrosis or certain
blood clotting disorders also may qualify for services. CSHCS covers more than 2,000 diagnoses. 
They work with you for paying specialty medical bills, coordinating services from multiple providers,
learning about specialty providers like doctors, hospitals and clinics, coordinating health insurance
benefits, and covering co-pays or deductibles. 

SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN
Shriners International Headquarters:
2900 N. Rocky Point Dr.
Tampa, Fl 33607
Phone: 813-281-0300
Patient Referral & Eligibility Information
Phone: 800-237-5055 (in the U.S.)
Phone: 800-361-7256 (in Canada)
Email: patientreferrals@shrinenet.org
Website:  https://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org
Shriners Hospitals for Children is one of the largest pediatric sub-specialty health care systems
in the world, providing specialized care to children with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal
cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate.  We are dedicated to improving the lives of children through innovative care, world-class research and outstanding teaching programs for medical professionals.
Each of our 22 locations specializes in one or more of our broad service lines. All care and services
are provided to children up to age 18 regardless of the families' ability to pay.

St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105
Phone:  866-278-5833
Email: referralinfo@stjude.org
Website:  www.stjude.org
Treatment at the Memphis TN hospital is rendered without regard to a family's ability to pay. 
St. Jude is world-renowned for the study and treatment of catastrophic illnesses in children,
focusing on pediatric leukemia, solid-tumor cancers, infectious diseases and biomedical research. 

St. Michael's We Care
PO Box 2853
Monroe, MI  48161
Email: chach48@sbcglobal.net
This fund pays for medical expenses for life-threatening illnesses not covered by insurance. 
It is to be used as a last resort for Monroe County residents.

Charles A Main M.D. Pediatric Cancer Survivors Scholarship Fund of Beaumont Hospitals
Attention Beaumont Hematology & Oncology Departments
3577 W. 13 Mile Road
Royal Oak, MI  48073
Phone:  248-551-0367
Offers college scholarships to children who have had their cancers treated at Beaumont Hospitals.

Children with Hair Loss
12776 South Dixie Highway
South Rockwood, MI  48179
Phone:  734-379-4400   OR   734-379-8903
Email:  contact@childrenwithhairloss.us
Website:  www.childrenwithhairloss.us
The ONLY hair loss foundation that provides FREE wigs to children
up to age 21 who are afflicted with hair loss.

United Healthcare Children's Foundation
MN017-W400
P.O. Box 41
Minneapolis, MN  55440-0041
Phone:  1 855-MY-UHCCF / 1 (855-698-4223)
Please call and leave us a message. A Foundation representative
will return your call within five business days.
Email:  customerservice@uhccf.org
Website: http://www.uhccf.org/apply
UHCCF grants provide financial help/assistance for families with children that have
medical needs not covered or not fully covered by their commercial health insurance
plan. The Foundation aims to fill the gap between what medical services / items a child
needs and what their commercial health benefit plan will pay for. 
Apply for assistance BEFORE having this care done!   

EURO-PEDS FOUNDATION
3000 Centerpoint Parkway
Pontiac, MI 48341
Phone: 1-844-EURO-PEDS (1-844-387-6733)
Email: info@europedsfoundation.org
Website:  www.europedsfoundation.org
The Euro-Peds Foundation's mission is to enhance the quality of life for children who have
gross motor disorders --such as Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Traumatic Brain Injuries --
by raising funds and awarding grants that help them receive life-altering intensive physical
therapy and education at Euro-Peds® National Center for Intensive Pediatric PT.
Here are the current Euro-Peds Foundation Programs:
TREATMENT GRANTS:
The Euro-Peds Foundation awards treatment grants to children who are receiving intensive
physical therapy at Euro-Peds Intensive Pediatric Physical Therapy Clinic in Pontiac, MI. 
If your child has been approved to attend the Euro-Peds Program and you would like to
apply for a treatment grant, download the grant application on our site.
TRAVEL GRANTS:
Many children travel with their families from out-of-state to attend Euro-Peds for sessions
that last 2-4 weeks.  Airfare, gas, hotel and other travel expenses are not typically covered
by insurance. EPF has established this program to help families with out-of-pocket lodging
expenses to help ease the financial burden.
ADOPT A EURO-KID PROGRAM: 
At times, requests for grants may exceed the funds available through the Treatment & Travel
grants. EPF is committed to helping every child so we may choose to create an Adopt A Euro-
Kid fundraising page.  After reviewing the stories and needs of our Adopt A Euro-Kids,
supporters may choose to donate to a specific child's Euro-Peds session.

National Kidney Foundation of Michigan
1169 Oak Valley Drive
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 800-482-1455
Website: http://www.nkfm.org
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan offers a wide variety of programs and services
that help people with kidney disease learn about their disease, support family members,
and receive services when necessary. Our core programs and services include Peer Mentoring,
Kidney PATH, Kids Camp, an 800 number for resources and support, an emergency fund,
medical ID tags, a CKD intern program, and the Swart/Ferrite Scholarship. These programs
and services educate and empower caregivers and people living with any stage of kidney disease,
from pre-dialysis to those with a transplant, to live a healthy life despite their kidney disease.

Pernickety Center for Blind Children
26530 Eureka
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  734-946-7500
Website:  www.pernickety.com
Pernickety Center for Blind Children serves children who are blind and multi-handicapped,
including developmental delay, orthopedic problems, autism and seizure disorders. Our
Center's mission is unique in that we are providing a five-day residential, day care and
consultation program to help each child become as independent as possible through the
Active Learning Theory.  Penrickton Center is a non-profit agency that receives no state,
federal or United Way funding. There is no charge to the families of the children we serve.
All of the money is raised from individuals in the community, service clubs and other groups.
We have proudly served blind, multi-handicapped children and the community for over 64
years. Counties Served:  Wayne, Oakland, Macomb plus throughout Michigan and beyond
for consultation services.



MULTI-COUNTY RESOURCES

PLANNED PARENTHOOD of Michigan
Phone: 800-230-7526
Website: https://www.plannedparenthood.org
We provide a variety of reproductive health services including prevention-oriented
services such as:
•Pap tests and breast exams (also called annual well-woman checkups)
•Birth control options including long-term methods such as IUDs
•Vasectomy services
•STI testing and treatment
•Pregnancy testing and counseling
•Emergency contraception
•HPV vaccine


Most Clinics on the ADULT MEDICAL RESOURCES page will also treat your Child
or Teen!  Resources listed on this page are SPECIALITY resources for these ages,


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY

Mitch Albom Charities
S.A.Y. Detroit Family Health Clinic
211 Glendale Street
Highland Park, MI  48203
Website: https://mitchalbomcharities.org/say-detroit
In December of 2008, S.A.Y. Detroit and the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries opened the nation’s
first free medical clinic devoted to homeless children and their mothers. The clinic provides exams, maintenance and preventive healthcare, including immunizations, diabetes screening, and blood
pressure testing. Open six days a week, it utilizes a staff of physicians and nurse practitioners,
many of whom volunteer their time, in the areas of: pediatrics, gynecology, internal medicine,
podiatry, physical therapy, psychiatric services and nutrition. Accepting patients from all over
the Detroit area, the clinic currently sees close to 7,000 patients a year who are in desperate
need of healthcare.

BEAUMONT Teen Health Center--TAYLOR
26650 Eureka Road
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  734-942-2273
Website: https://www.beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-teen-health-center-taylor
We offer a comprehensive range of services to students ages 10-21 and special education
students through age 26. Insurance is NOT required! 
Beaumont Health Centers offer a sliding free discount program. Come in and see how we can help.
General Health Care Services:
primary healthcare
•school, sports and work physicals
•diagnosis and treatment of routine illnesses and injuries
•immunizations
•pap smears and pelvic exams
•testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
•HIV testing and counseling
•Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace
Family planning services are provided to men and women of all ages, in need of pregnancy
prevention services, regardless of their income. We do NOT offer abortions or abortion referrals!
Health Education/Counseling Services
Peer education programs related to nutrition, fitness, substance abuse, violence,
sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy prevention.
•alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs
•parenting classes
•obesity prevention
•HIV/AIDS prevention and risk reduction
•violence prevention
•individual and family counseling
•crisis intervention
•anger management groups
•first-time and early juvenile offender diversion programs
•Taylor Summer Arts and Prevention Academy
•support groups
•After-School Programs

BEAUMONT Teen Health Center--RIVER ROUGE
1460 W. Coolidge Hwy.
River Rouge, MI 48218
Phone: 313-843-1639
Website:
http://riverrougeschools.org/schools/river-rouge-high-school/teen-health/
Our Services:
•School, sports, and camp physicals
•Immunizations - school shots
•Sick Care
•Asthma Screening and Management
•Vision and Hearing Testing
•Health Promotion
•Mental and Behavioral Health Counseling Services / Crisis Management*
•Pregnancy amid STI Testing*
•HIV testing and counseling*
•Nutrition counseling
•Prevention education
•Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace assistance
*confidential services available
Who is Eligible for Our Medical Services?
•Wayne County youth and adolescents; age 10 to 21
ALL STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR MEDICAID APPLICATION ASSISTANCE
•We provide medical care on a sliding fee scale if a student does not have health insurance
•We will never turn anyone away due to inability to pay
•We can help parents with the Medicaid application process
•We accept all insurances

BEAUMONT Teen Health Center – ROMULUS
9650 Wayne Road
Romulus, MI  48174
Phone: 734-942-4857
Website:
http://www.romulus.net/schools/high-school/teen-health-center
Students eligible for our medical & mental health services:
Youth ages 10-21 in Wayne County (you do not have to be a student at Romulus)
Our services include:
•School, Sport and Camp Physicals
•Immunizations- School Shots
•Sick Care
•Asthma Screening and Management
•Vision and Hearing testing
•Health Promotion
•Mental Health Counseling
•Health Education Programs
ALL students are eligible for medicaid application assistance.
•WE PROVIDE MEDICAL CARE ON A SLIDING FEE SCALE IF A FAMILY DOES NOT HAVE INSURANCE.
•WE WILL NEVER TURN ANYONE AWAY DUE TO INABILITY TO PAY.
•WE CAN HELP PARENTS – WITH THE MEDICAID APPLICATION PROCESS.
•WE ACCEPT ALL INSURANCES
Parents/guardian must complete a consent form for patients 17 and under each school year
for students to be seen.

Detroit Community Health Connection
13901 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI  48215
Phone:  313-822-0900
AND
Nolan Health Center
62 W. Seven Mile
Highland Park, MI  48203
Phone: 313-366-5200
AND
Dr. Feleta Wilson Health Center
6550 W. Warren
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone: 313-897-7700 (Medical)     313-361-3242 (Dental)
AND
Dr. Sophie Womack Health Center
7900 Kercheval
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone: 313-921-5500 (Medical)     313-579-3242  (Dental)
AND
Oscar Pascal Health Center
12800 E. Woodward Avenue
Detroit, MI  48215
AND
Woodward Corridor Family Health Center / Healthy Teen Community Care Center
611 Martin Luther King Sr. Blvd.
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-832--6300
Services:
In addition to a full-spectrum of primary medical services, DCHC also offers quality
dental care, family planning, HIV/AUIDS testing, counseling & treatment, and full
pharmacy services. 
Healthy Teen Community Care Center
The Healthy Teens and Young Adults clinic provides specialized medical services
to individuals 10-24 years of age, including reproductive health, family planning,
health education services, and mental health screening and referral.  The Healthy
Teens and Young Adults clinic is located within the Woodward Corridor Family
Health Center.
Services:
Routine gynecological (GYN) care
MMR immunizations
Pap smear (cervical cancer screening)
Mental health screening and referrals
STD screening and treatment
Health education and outreach
HIV testing and counseling
Special programs for young men
Pregnancy tests and referrals
Individual and group family counseling and health
Breast exams
Education workshops
Birth control (including Norplant)
Enrichment workshops and community presentations
Website:  www.dchcquality.org


LENAWEE COUNTY




MACOMB COUNTY





MONROE COUNTY

SACRED HEART FREE CLINIC                
1704 S. Custer
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-1100
Website:  https://sacredheartmonroe.wordpress.com/about
What is Sacred Heart Clinic?
Sacred Heart Clinic is a free clinic designed to serve the basic medical needs
of those who are underinsured or without medical coverage. The staff that
comprise Sacred Heart Clinic are volunteers who are donating their time,
talents, and skills to serve those in need.
Mission:
It is the mission of Sacred Heart Clinic to provide medical services, primary
& preventative care, and health education to the people of Monroe County.
It shall serve as a personable clinic to individuals and families who do not
have health insurance or the ability to pay for the healthcare that they need.
Staff and Services:
Sacred Heart Clinic is staffed by local area medical professionals, including
volunteer physicians, nurses, physician assistants, medical assistants, and
clerical staff. The services provided by Sacred Heart Clinic are similar to that
of a family medical doctor’s office. The services provided by Sacred Heart
Clinic are free of charge.
Serves Monroe County patients 8 years and older.  Must have ID! 
Free Primary & preventative care 
No narcotics or contraception is prescribed


OAKLAND COUNTY:

WATERFORD Teen Health Center
501 N. Cass Lake Road
Waterford, Michigan 48328
Phone: 248-682-7800
Website: http://www.waterford.k12.mi.us/pages/51217/waterford-teen-health-center
Waterford Teen Health Center's quality primary care and preventive services are available
to 12-21 year-old residents of the Waterford School District and surrounding communities.
Our medical team delivers individual, private teen health care ranging from preventive health
services,  treatment of injuries, sports physicals, dental services, and counseling for many
issues that affect teens. Plus, accessing health care is easy; the Waterford Teen health Center
is located within the Waterford Community.
Affordable Health Care
Payment is based on each student's household income, making our health care services affordable.
No one is refused care at the Waterford Teen Health Center due to household income or insurance status. Assistance in applying for Medicaid is also provided to uninsured families.


WASHTENAW COUNTY:

The Corner Health Center---Medical care for 12 to 25 year olds and their children
47 N. Huron
Ypsilanti , MI  48197
Phone:  734-484-3600
Website:  www.cornerhealth.org
The Corner Health Center offers a full range of medical services to keep you healthy.
These services include:
Wellness Care:
Wellness services include physicals, immunizations and TB tests.
Help When You're Sick:
Occasionally we all get sick and it is important to go to the doctor when this happens.
The Corner can diagnosis and treat short and long-term health problems including
sore throats, urinary tract infections, diabetes and asthma.
Sexual Health:
Sexual health care visits are important if you are considering becoming sexually active
or you already are. The Corner can help you make informed decisions about birth
control options and help you protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections
(STI's). Sexual health visits are confidential.
The Corner offers the following sexual health services:
Birth Control & ECP (Emergency Contraception)
STI Testing & Treatment
HIV Testing & Counseling
Pregnancy Tests & Car
Pediatric Care
Children of Corner patients can receive care at the Corner, too!
The Corner has pediatricians on staff to keep your little ones healthy
Mental Health:
Young people have a lot to balance in life. If you are feeling overwhelmed by school,
work, family, or friends, then it is important to get support. At the Corner, there are
psychiatrists and counselors who will listen and help you through difficult times.













                                                                                                                    







                                                                     












MACOMB COUNTY

Neighbors Caring for Neighbors Clinic
215 North Ave.
Mt. Clemens MI  48043
Phone:  586-469-3750
Walk-ins and appointments accepted.  All services are free and donations are acepted. 
Schedule six weeks in advance for physicals. 


Macomb County Health Department
Phone: 586-466-6855
Website:  www.macombcountymi.gov/publichealth
Helps with medical treatment and costs for children with special medical conditions. 



MONROE COUNTY

Family Medical Center of Michigan
8765 Lewis Avenue
Temperance, MI  48182
Phone:  734-847-3802  OR 1-877-FMC4MED
OR
130 Medical Center Drive
Carleton MI  48117
Phone:  734-654-2169 OR  1-888-FMC4MED
Website: www.familymedical.org
DISCOUNTED, NOT FREE medical services



OAKLAND COUNTY

POH Children's Clinic
673 MLK Blvd. N.
Pontiac MI  48342
Phone: 248-334-0024
For children 18 and  who live in Oakland County.  Free if uninsured.


Oakland County Children's Clinics
250 Elizabeth Lake Road
Pontiac MI  48341
Phone:  248-858-1311
Well-child services on the first Friday morning of each month by appointment only.  Must be
an Oakland County resident.  Register before age 2 years old; Medicaid/MI Child not accepted.
OR
27725 Greenfield
Southfield MI  48076
Phone:  248-424-7066
Well-Child services on the fourth Tuesday afternoon of each month by appointment only.  Must
be an Oakland County resident.
OR
1010 E. West Maple Road
Walled Lake MI  48390
Phone:  248-926-3341
Well-child services on the third Monday morning of each month by appointment only.  Must be
an Oakland County resident.  Smoking program, free health library, Healthy Baby program, dietitians, treatment for communicable diseasses, expectant & teen parents, breastfeeding, hearing and vision
tests for children, lead poisoning, STD's, substance abuse and immunizations.


Father Pops Free Clinic
400 South Blvd. at Bagley
Pontiac MI
Phone:  248-334-2126


Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic
90 West University Drive
Pontiac  MI 
Phone:  248-758-1690


Oakland Primary Health Services
46 N. Saginaw
Pontiac MI  48342
Phone:  248-322-6747
Sliding scale fee, bilingual, accepts undocumented aliens, and HIV & infectious disease clinic.


North Oakland Medical Center
461 W. Huron
Pontiac MI
AND
208 Seminole
Pontiac MI
Phone:  248-857-7200
2 clinics with sliding scale fee.




WASHTENAW COUNTY

Washtenaw County PORT (Project Outreach)
Website:  http://www.ewashtenaw.org/government/departments/port


Hope Clinic
P.O. Box 980311
Ypsilanti, MI  48198
Phone:  734-484-2989
Email:  info@thehopeclinic.org
Website:  www.thehopeclinic.org
Provides free medical care to individuals without medical benefits or the ability to pay and other basic services to those in need.  New patients are accepted about twice a year and  ONLY via telephone pre-screening and registration. 


The Corner Health Center
47 North Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone:  734-484-3600
Website:  www.cornerhealth.org
Provides primary medical care, pregnancy care, gynecology, and pediatric care for adolescents
12 through 21 years old and their children.  Health education, WIC program, Theater Troupe,
parenting education and health promotion are also provided.


Michigan Visiting Nurses
2850 South Industrial Hwy., Suite 75
Ann Arbor, MI  48104
Phone:  734-677-6010
Website: www.umvn.org
Provides comprehensive home health care services ranging from help with activities of daily living
to complex high-tech treatments and therapies, and community immunizations programs.  Patients
include the homebound, the underinsured and those without insurance.


Becker Memorial Clinic
Ann Arbor
Phone:  734-484-7288
Medical care, vision tests, chronic disease evaluations and Head Start physicals for uninsured children
up to age 19.  Walk-in from 9 to noon the second Saturday of the month.


Packard Community Clinic
31714 Packard
Ann Arbor MI  48108
Phone: 734-971-1073
Primary care for adults and children, sliding scale available with proof of income.


Shelter Association Health Clinic
312 W. Huron
Ann Arbor MI  48103
Phone: 734-662-2829
Services for individuals who lack permanent housing.  Walk-ins and appointments accepted.


St. Joseph Mercy Neighborhood Health Clinic
111 N. Huron Street   Suite 101
Ypsilanti MI  48197
Phone:  734-544-6900
Primary care by appointment only.  Fees based on income; no one is denied care.




















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