FREE MEDICAL TESTS, SERVICES  & TREATMENTS
NOTE!!                  

Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation 
Phone:  31-967-4880 # 128   Ask for Ana Rivera 
Website:  www.dhdc1.org
If you are a Latina woman aged 50 and older, you can earn extra cash by attending informative 
workshops about Health!  Free food and refreshments as well and monetary incentives on 
the second day of the workshop!  


NATIONAL BREAST & CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING

For the name of the closest place offering the above program, call 800-922-6266  OR  go to the state health department website at www.michigan.gov/mdch and search for breast and cervical cancer.
OR call 800-922-6266.  

This national program pays for Pap smears for women 18-39 if they attend a federal Title X family planning program and have been identified with a cervical abnormality, mammogram's for women 
40-64, and about 70 other diagnostic breast and gynecological tests.  
There is FREE treatment if cancer is detected!

The program serves uninsured women whose income is within 2 1/2 times the federal poverty guidelines.  That's $24,500 for an unmarried woman and $33,000 for a family of two.  In many counties, women in the program are also eligible to receive FREE heart disease, lifestyle and fitness counseling.


Also contact the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute at 1-800-242-2702 who also have a Breast 
& Cervical Screening Program for patients between 40 and 64 years of age, have a low to moderate income, and no access to medical coverage or Medicare.  www.michigancancer.org/bcccp
OR www.cdc.gov//cancer/nbccedp.

Contact the Susan G. Komen for the Cure's Breast Care Helpline at 800-462-9273.  Also phone your
local YWCA for special programs offered occasionally.


Your County Public Health Dept. which is usually listed in the telephone book's blue government
pages, may also be offering programs.


NEW!!  
McLaren Macomb Hospital has launched BRAVO FOR WOMEN, A free mammogram 
program for uninsured women in Macomb County, MI.  The program is designed to ensure 
women without health insurance have access to mammograms.  To qualify, women must 
be at least 40 (or younger than 40 with a family history of breast cancer or physician referral)
and meet certain income eligibility requirements.  To request an application or for information,
call the BRAVO FOR WOMEN 24-hour message line at 586-493-3474  OR  go to 
www.mclaren.org/bravo.

AND

500 FREE Mammogram Screenings are being offered at McLaren Oakland In Pontiac!
Offering 500 free mammogram screenings this year through its Sister & Sister Free Mammogram Program!   Women whose household income is 200% or less of the federal poverty level may be 
eligible. That's at or below $47,000 for a family of four, for example. For details or to schedule your 
free mammogram, call 248-338-5608.


The Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital's Working Uninsured Clinic also offers free mammogram's 
through their "Yes Ma'am" Fund.   See Free Adult Medical Care webpage on this site for more info 
OR call 1-734-365-3560.

The American Cancer Society also provides access to breast cancer screenings and treatment to uninsured or underinsured women with an emphasis on women between the ages of 50-64.  To 
find more information on the program and to determine your eligibility, call 800-ACS-2345 or visit 
the website at www.cancer.org.  The Metro Detroit Service Center is at 18505 W. Twelve Mile Road, 
Southfield MI  48076  Phone:  248-557-5353


For information on free and low-cost cancer testing options call 800-232-4636  OR  visit www.cdc.gov/cancer.   OR call the National Cancer Institute at 800-422-6237.  


Gilda's Club
3517 Rochester Road
Royal Oak, MI  48073
Phone:   248-577-0800
Website:  www.gildasclubdetroit.org
Gilda's Club programs are FREE. 
AND
Camp Sparkle
Phone: 248-577-0800
Website:  see above!
A five-week summer camp at Gilda's Club Metro Detroit, held twice a week, for children 
6 to 12 years old who have been affected by cancer.  


Imeran Angels--One on One Cancer Support
Phone:  877-274-5529
Email:  info@imermanangels.org
Website:  www.imermanangels.org
A free service available to any cancer patient, regardless of stage, age or location. Their mission 
is to pair cancer fighters with cancer survivors and someone who can answer your personal 
questions and provide support, comfort and understanding at a higher level.   


Women's Health Boutique
31209 Plymouth Road
Livonia MI 
Phone:  734-762-9324
Website:  http://allaboutwomenshealthboutique.com/dnn/
This store recycles gently used prosthetic breasts.  During October, prosthesis are FREE to Uninsured breast cancer survivors.  Some of the prosthesis have been donated and others are the new Silicone Lite prosthesis  produced exclusively for Women's Health Boutique.  An appointment is required for 
this mastectomy fitting.  


The Ultimate Image Inc. 
7091 Orchard Lake Road, Suite 250
West Bloomfield, MI  48322
Phone:  248-855-9600
Website:  http://theultimatehair.com/contact.html
Accepts donated wigs, which are refurbished and then provided to oncology patients in need.  
Wigs can be dropped at the shop, which also does wig fitting and hair replacement services
for oncology patients.


The Monroe Cancer Connection                                   Also, FREE transportation
800 Stewart Road                                                    to medical appointments and treatments!
Monroe MI 48162
Phone:  734-240-5400    
Email:  donna.bruck@mercymemorial.org
Website: www.mercymemorial.org
This service provides FREE medical supplies including mastectomy & wound care supplies,
adult briefs, wigs/turbans/hats, and has many loan closet items to lend such as hospital beds,
bedside commodes, wheel chairs, bath seats, etc.  Their volunteers also make FREE lap robes,
comfort pillows, padded blue pads, and tracheotomy bibs.  


Children With Hair Loss
12776 South Dixie Highway
South Rockwood  MI  48179
Phone: 734-279-7048  OR  734-379-4400
Email:  contact@childrenwithhairloss.us
Website:  www.chldrenwithhairloss.us
Provides children & adolescents up to age 21 with hair replacements, hair prosthesis, hats, a halo 
of hair to be worn under the hat, cleaning products and styling for free.  This is the ONLY organization that provides these services up to age 21 ABSOLUTELY FREE to the child/adolescent with no financial outlay from the parents and the parents do NOT have to hold fundraisers in order for their child to receive these services.  There is no financial qualification, only that the child has a hair loss need.  
Other organizations (such as "Wigs for Kids"  and "Locks of Love") require financial records from the parents and the parents pay a portion or all of the cost of the services).  


Y-Me
Phone: 800-221-2141
Prostheses and wig bank for women in financial need.  If available, Y-Me will mail wig or breast form anywhere in the country.


The Healing Nest                 JUST ADDED 6/26/2014 
Phone: 586-292-9766
Email:  thehealingnest.org@gmail.com 
Website:  www.thehealingnest.org 
Free services for women with cancer.  There are 2 locations; Washington Twp., and Corunna, MI. 
Offers gentle support, comfort and compassion along with massage, reiki or energy work, reflexology, skin care or makeup consultation. 


University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center WIG BANK
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI  48109
Phone:  800-888-9825
Run by U of M's Dept. of Social Work, provides free wigs throughout a patient's treatment time.


Karmanos Cancer Institute's Survivor University
Wayne County Community College
21000 Northline                                               
Taylor MI 48180
Phone:  800-527-6266
Website:  www.karmanos.org
Offers FREE lectures to help cancer survivors, their families, and caretakers navigate the everyday challenges of living with, through and beyond cancer.  Call to register for free classes!
AND
Karmanos Cares About Kids
Phone:  248-538-4712
Free after-school art therapy school-age children who have a parent, sibling, or grandparent with cancer. Appointments must be scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays.  


Beaumont Hospital Comprehensive Breast Care Center
"Silver Linings"
Phone:  248-551-4645   Registration is required
Website: www.cancer.beaumont.edu 
Sponsoring a free, eight-week breast cancer rehabilitation workshop that is open to women----regardless of hospital affiliation--who have completed breast cancer treatment or are on long-term medical therapy.  Participants in this interactive workshop will learn mind-body medicine techniques 
and the effects of yoga, meditation, physical fitness, guided imagery, music and visual and literary 
arts on healing.  Each participant also will set a personal goal and have homework each week to work toward that goal.
​AND
Beaumont Royal Oak Cancer Resource Center        
(first-floor classroom)
Phone: 248-551-8585
A physician, therapist or other health care professional addresses issues of interest to breast cancer patients, followed by a Q & A Session and group discussion. FREE!  


Mercy Memorial Hospital System
"Put Yourself First Today" Program
Phone:  734-240-8440
Website:   www.mercymemorial.org
Mercy has been awarded a Susan G. Komen For the Cure grant, which will be used to provide 
free mammograms to Monroe County women.  This program is for Monroe County women 40 
and older (or under 40 with a physician's order) who are uninsured or underinsured and who 
have a demonstrated financial need.  Women who qualify can call the number above to register.  


POH Regional Medical Center
50 N. Perry Street
Pontiac MI  48342
Phone:  248-338-5608
AND
POH Oxford Center
385 North Lapeer Road
Oxford MI  48371
Website:  www.pohregional.org
Sister & Sister Medical Program offering pelvic exams, pap smears and mammogram's to uninsured 
or underinsured women age 40 and older who are residents of Oakland County.


Cleaning For A Reason        
Website:  www.cleaningforareason.org
Provides FREE housecleaning--1 time per month for 4 months while in chemo therapy treatment--
by a participating maid service in the patients zip code area.  All you have to do to sign up is have 
your doctor fax a note confirming the treatment.  The organization serves the entire USA and currently has 547 partners to help these patients.



VARIETY OF SCREENINGS

www.3.SamsClub.com/Healthyliving/events

www.FreeMedicalCamps.com 




FREE SKIN CANCER SCREENINGS

May is Skin Cancer month and if you check your local paper and/or sign up for the
 "Julie's List Website COMMUNITY" Facebook page, you can find a free screening in your area!


Skin Cancer Foundation "Road to Healthy Skin Tour"
Website:  www.skincancer.org/events/tour
Dermatologists in over 20 states will conduct FREE full-body skin exams from May through 
September in a customized traveling RV as part of the annual Road to Healthy Skin Tour, 
sponsored by Aveeno and the Skin Cancer Foundation. All you have to do is to show up--
no appointment is needed!  



Get a new or changing mole checked out for FREE by contacting the American Academy of Dermatology!  Call 888-462-3376. 
Website:  www.AAD.org/skin-conditions/skin-cancer-detection/free-skin-cancer-screenings  
FREE  PROSTATE SCREENINGS

Josephine Ford Cancer Center-Downriver
19675 Allen Road
Brownstown Twp.  MI  48183
Phone:  734-671-6217
Website:  http://www.henryford.com/body.cfm?id=56364 
APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED!



HEART HEALTH SCREENINGS

The Medical Team  is providing health screening and testing to people 60 years or older that live
in southern or western Wayne County.  The elderly can come in for tests including vital signs, 
blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol testing, complete blood count, urinalysis, hemoccult, hearing and vision.   Those 59 years and younger will be required to pay for lab and blood work.  
For more info, call 1-734-779-9700  OR  734-779-0700 for upcoming locations!


The Center for Disease Control has 21 locations where women 40 to 64 can get free blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes tests.  Find one near you at www.CDC.gov/wisewoman  OR call 
800-232-4636.  


The University of Michigan Health System offers a Women's Heart Program that brings 
together specialists at the Cardiovascular Center.  Go to www.umcvc.org. 


Michigan Heart & Vascular Institute at St. John Mercy Health System now offers HEART AWARE
an online tool that helps users assess their risk of heart disease.  Users can find the "heart risk assessment" icon at www.sjmercyhealth.org.  Use is FREE!


VISION PROBLEMS

Find out if you have vision problems by getting tested by volunteers with Prevent Blindness 
America by calling 800-331-2020  OR  www.PreventBlindness.org.  Also try Vision USA from the American Optometric Association at www.AOA.org/x5607.xml  OR call 800-766-4466.  
EyeCare America is another source at www.EyeCareAmerica.org. 

Also check on the website under "Vision & Hearing Resources" for other resources!


HPV VACCINE

Can't afford the $360 for the new HPV vaccine?  The manufacturer, Merck, is giving it FREE 
to those without insurance or who can't pay!       Website:   www.merck.com/merckhelps



Contact your local Health Dept. for screenings/testing etc. for:
Hearing and Vision
HIV and AIDS
Sexually Transmitted Diseases  Most services are FREE or for a small fee
HPV (genital warts) and HSV (Herpes)
Hepatitis B and C testing
Hepatitis B vaccine (ages 13 and up)
Immunizations
Family Planning


Quality Home Health Care Services of Michigan/Northwest Activities Center
18100 Meyers
Detroit MI
Phone: 866-270-2258
Offering FREE heatlh screenings from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the Activity Center above. There is to be testing for hypertension and diabetes.  Cholesterol screenings
are also available but only on Fridays.  The public is welcome and no appointment is necessary.



PLAN FIRST!          FREE Family Planning Services

On March 1, 2006 the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services approved Michigan's submission 
of a Section 1115 demonstration waiver to provide family planning services to Michigan citizens meeting certain eligibility requirements. This waiver is approved for 5 years and will enable the Michigan Department of Community Health to provide family planning services to women who otherwise would not have medical coverage for these services.  If you have health insurance but 
it doesn't cover birth control services, you're eligible for the program if you meet the income requirements!

Your are eligible if:
1.   You are 19 through 44 years of age
2.   Not currently Medicaid eligible
3.   Do not have full family planning benefits through private insurance, including Medicare
4.   Who have family income at or below 185% of the federal poverty level (FPL).                                           5.   Who reside in Michigan and meet Medicaid citizenship requirements
6.   MUST be a U.S. citizen and may be required to provide a birth certificate.

There will be no patient co-pays for family planning services, supplies or pharmaceuticals.  
This includes Sterilization services!

A woman's coverage will continue for the duration of the waiver as long as the eligibility criteria 
are met. Program determinations will be completed annually.  Family planning services are defined 
as any medically approved means, including diagnostic evaluation, pharmaceuticals, and supplies 
for voluntarily preventing or delaying pregnancy.

Website:  www.michigan.gov/planfirst
Phone:  800-642-3195   Michigan Dept. of Community Health Beneficiary HelpLine



HELP FUTURE GENERATIONS!

The Sister Study
1009 Slater Road, Suite 120
Durham, NC  27703-9903
Phone: 877-4SISTER 
OR   1-877-474-7837 (English and Spanish)
1-866-TTY-4SIS (1-866-889-4747) Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Website:  http://www.sisterstudy.niehs.nih.gov/English/index1.htm
The Sister Study is conducted by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 
one of the National Institutes of Health.  Fifty thousand women, ages 35-74, from all walks 
of life, will join this landmark research effort to find causes of breast cancer.  You are eligible 
to join if: your sister (living or deceased), related to you by blood, had breast cancer, you are 
between the ages of 35 and 74, you have never had breast cancer yourself, you live in the U.S. 
or Puerto Rico.



MORE EXERCISE CLASSES

These health systems and organizations offer FREE classes for people with joint pain and arthritis:

Henry Ford Health Systems
Phone: 313-972-4196

St. John Providence Health
Phone: 866-501-3627

Oakwood Healthcare System
Phone: 800-543-9355

Arthritis Foundation--Michigan
Phone: 248-649-2891

The foundation recently added a free six-week chronic disease management program 
in Oakland and Macomb counties for people with arthritis and other chronic diseases.  
Pre-registration is necessary!  Contact Teresa Wiley at 800-968-3030.


Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery "Walkers Club"
Huron Twp., (outside of Flat Rock)
Website:  www.michmempark.com
Did you know that Michigan Memorial Park Cemetery (outside of Flat Rock in Huron Twp.)
has its own "Walkers Club" for anyone who wanted to get or stay in shape or get some fresh 
air in a safe environment? The cemetery provides maps to club members that show 2-mile, 
2.5 mile, 3 mile and 5 mile routes. Cemetery staff members keeps a tally of club members 
mileage and when members reach various milestones, they receive incentives such as t-shirts, backpacks and pedometers.


Detroit RiverWalkers
On most Tuesday and Thursday mornings during the summer, the Detroit RiverWalkers will 
be walking along the Detroit Riverfront and each week the walking club will feature a variety 
of health-related activities and giveaways to help participants stay active and engaged.  
To learn more, call Detroit Receiving Hospital's Community Outreach Team at 313-745-3113.  
Website:  www.detroitreceivingheals.org 



SENIOR SAFETY  55 and older  

Beaumont Hospital       Call for class times!
Phone: 248-551-0100
Website:  www.Beaumonthospital.com
FREE classes to help seniors with avoiding financial fraud, personal safety at home, shopping, etc. 



FREE YOGA CLASSES!

Josephine Ford Cancer Center    Downriver Branch               
19675 Allen Road
Brownstown MI  48183   
Phone for Workshops: 734-479-3311
Website:  http://www.henryford.com/body.cfm?id=56364       
Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:30 to 11 a.m.    (one free class a week)
Classes are for cancer survivors, families of those and also those who have not had cancer.



GOOD TOUCH/BAD TOUCH 

Beaumont Hospital
For ages 4 thru 7 years oldCall for Class times!
Phone:  248-551-0100  
Website:  www.Beaumonthospital.com
A Safe City USA class!  Introducing young children to personal safety & body ownership thru 
the use of puppets, videotapes, & role play. Child $5----Parents FREE



FREE CAR SEAT INSPECTIONS

Oakwood Hospital
Phone:  313-586-5488     Call for an appointment!
Website:  www.oakwood.org
Dearborn, Trenton, Wayne and Allen Park locations.



LOOK GOOD, FEEL BETTER

Oakwood Hospital
Phone: 313-436-2241
Website:  www.oakwood.org
8to 10 women per class.  For women undergoing cancer treatment.    FREE!
AND
Beaumont Hospital               
248-551-1339  Royal Oak
248-964-3430  Troy
AND
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital       
Outpatient Oncology Clinic
Ypsilanti Cancer Center/St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
5301 E. Huron River Drive
Ann Arbor MI
Phone:  734-971-4300   Pre-registration is required!
Website:  www.sjmercyhealth.org
Free workshop by the American Cancer Society for women in treatment for cancer.  Participants 
will receive tips on skin care & makeup and learn about wigs, hats and turbans.  
AND
Chelsea Community Hospital
White Oak Center
775 S. Main 
Chelsea MI  
Phone: 800-227-2345
Website:  www.cch.org
Certified cosmetologists help female cancer patients learn makeup tips and how to properly 
care for skin and hair made fragile with cancer treatments.  Free! 




DRIVING PROGRAMS FOR SENIORS

AARP Michigan is offering eight-hour safety courses at locations across the state in response 
to House Bill 5661 which was recently signed into law by Gov. Granholm.  This bill allows, but 
does not require, insurers to give discounts to residents age 50 and older who take a driver 
safety course. You can call 1-866-227-7448, email miaarp@aarp.org  OR visit the website at www.aarp.org/mi to learn more about driving programs in your community.  The cost is $10.
AND
Driving Again Program/Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
Designed to determine if a licensed driver can safely get behind the wheel again after an illness 
or disability has prevented them from driving for a while.  For information call 734-284-4499.

Car-Fit, a comprehensive program developed by the American Society on Aging, AARP, AA and 
the American Occupational Therapy Association, can be found at www.asaging.org/asav2/carfit.

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety provides images and videos of exercises that can increase your driving fitness, www.seniordrivers.org/home

Find a physical therapist who specializes in driver rehabilitation through the American Occupational Therapy Association at www.aota.org/olderdriver.

The Association for Driver Rehabilitation Specialists maintains a list of driving rehabilitation and evaluation centers at www.aded.net.

Research and other information on older drivers and safety is available at the Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology AgeLab website at http://web.mit.edu/agelab/projects_driver_safety.shtml.


St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital
Phone:  517-545-6710
Offers Pre-Driving Rehabilitation, a program to evaluate senior's basic driving skills.  A prescription from a medical doctor is required.  Fees are involved but may be covered by insurance.


Novi Center
42005 W. 12 Mile Road                 
Novi MI
Phone:  313-745-9748
Presented by DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, a class for seniors and their families discussing the age-related changes that affect driving and strategies for maintaining driver 
health.  FREE!


Michigan law allows insurers to give discounts to residents 50 and older who take 
a driver safety course!



REGISTER FOR CLINICAL STUDIES

Registering for clinical studies can have many benefits including free medication, exams and treatments, and sometimes financial payment for your time. 

The University of Michigan has a new registry for patients to find clinical studies of cutting-edge treatments at www.umms.med.umich.edu/registry.  


Also, www.clinicaltrials.gov for studies being held around the world for a wide variety of illnesses!



MASSAGES

Center for Health Services--Henry Ford Health Systems
23050 West Road
Brownstown MI  48183
Phone:  734-287-9880
FREE Chair Massages in the lobby area, 2nd Monday of month, 9 to 11 a.m. 
AND
Medical Massage Institute of Southeast Michigan 
14989 S. Dixie Highway
Monroe MI  
Phone: 734-243-4551
Up to 50 to 65% off professional massage rates.  17 student therapists and same-day appointments available.  
AND
Irene's Myomassology Institute
Southfield MI
Website: www. imieducation.com
Offers one-hour massage by students for $40.



PULMONARY REHAB PROGRAMS

Breather's Club
Website:  www.henryford.com 
Once a month on third Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital 
OB conference room.  Cost: FREE
Individuals with chronic obstructive lung disease (COPD) and their family members have an opportunity to learn about their diseases.  Different topics and speakers each month.  For more information contact Sandy at 734-246-7083  OR  Roland at 734-246-7705.
AND
Trouble Breathing...Phase 2
Twice a week--Tuesday & Thursday at 11 a.m. or 1 p.m.  Cost:  Typically covered by Medicare 
if patient meets certain criteria; requires a physician's referral.
LOCATION:  Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital, Cardiovascular Rehab, first floor, Joseph Cahalan Building. To register call 7634-246-6977.
Exercise and education designed to help patients manage their pulmonary disease and maintain ability to perform activities of daily living.  Individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including emphysema, chronic bronchitis and asthma, can benefit from this medically supervised program.  Learn how to improve your breathing, how to complete daily tasks without increasing shortness of breath, and how to cope with your breathing problems.
AND
Maintenance---Phase 3
Offered 5 days a week--specific times will be scheduled.  Cost is $7 a session or $58 a month for unlimited visits. Locations is at Cardiovascular Rehab, first floor of the Joseph L. Cahalan 
building.  Phone:  734-246-6977.  Physician referral is required and individuals must pulmonary diagnosis.  For individuals who have been through the monitored pulmonary rehabilitation program and need a supervised program to continue with their exercise training.  



HEAD AND NECK CANCER SCREENINGS

Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital
6777 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield, MI  
AND
Henry Ford Medical Center--Fairlane
19401 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn MI  
AND
Henry Ford Hospital
2799 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit MI 
Phone for all locations:  888-734-5322
Website:  www.henryford.com
Screenings for cancer, which can occur in the mouth, throat, larynx, swallowing passages, 
salivary glands, thyroid gland and nasal passages.  FREE!



ORAL CANCER SCREENINGS

Detroit Oral Cancer Prevention Project / U of M School of Dentistry
Wellness Center
2888 W. Grand Blvd.
Detroit MI
Phone: 877-724-3253  9 to 5 weekdays for reservations/appointments are Fridays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Oral cancerof the mouth-is most common in men, adults older than 40, smokers and heavy alcohol drinkers.


Federally-funded health centers provide low-cost dental exams to people based on financial need.  
To find a health center near you, call 888-275-4772  OR  visit www.FindaHealthCenter.hrsa.gov. 



FLU SHOTS!  

NEW!   Find a flu shot in your area.......www.Flu.gov

Detroit: Phone 313-876-4000  from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays 
$10  OR  FREE with Medicare or Medicaid

Wayne County:  Phone 734-727-7100 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays
$10  OR  FREE with Medicare or Medicaid

Monroe County:  734-241-5700

Oakland County:  Phone: 800-434-3358 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays
$7  OR  FREE with Medicare or Medicaid

Macomb County: Phone: 586-466-7923 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays 
OR www.macombcountymi.gov/publichealth     $15 or FREE with Medicare or Medicaid



PROJECT HEALTHY LIVING

United Health Organization
Project Healthy Living
14161 Vaughan 
Detroit MI  48223
Phone:   313-531-9100         Project HOTLINE:  313-531-9108  10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Email:  projecthealth@comcast.net
Website:  www.projecthealthyliving.net
This Project offers FREE and LOW-COST health screening tests & services to anyone at least 18 
years of age.   Sponsored by the United Health Organization, a non-profit health promotion agency.   The program offers free screenings for conditions such as obesity and high blood pressure and checks of body mass index, vision and hearing.  Other services are offered at nominal costs, such 
as a blood test that measures 26 factors for heart disease and other problems. 
Please see the website above to check the calendar listing where the events will be held in 2014!!


PREGNANCY

Exercise During Pregnancy
Oakland Athletic Club
355 S. Old Woodward   Ste. 285
Birmingham MI
Phone:  313-745-9748
Presented by DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, a discussion of the benefits of exercise 
and tailoring your program for pregnancy.  Come prepared to exercise.  FREE!                       



COMMUNICATION DISORDERS

St. John North Shores Hospital    
26755 Ballard Road
Harrison Twp. MI
Phone:  586-466-5203
Website:  www.stjohn.org
A program for post-therapy adults with communication disorders.  FREE!

   

SPINAL CORD INJURY

DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan Novi Center   
42005 W. 12 Mile Road
Novi MI
Phone:  248-305-7360
Website:  http://www.rimrehab.org/
The Institute presents a forum for information exchange, resources, and emotional, physical 
and spiritual support.  FREE!  Ongoing.  Group for persons with injuries meets Wednesdays,
noon to 1:15 p.m. &  group for family and friends meets Mondays, 6 to 8:30 p.m.


















































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Adult & Children's
"Special Wish"
Programs

AIDS & HIV
Resources

Caregiver
Support

Children & 
Adolescent
Dental 
Resources
(Including 
Orthodontics)

Children & 
Adolescent
Medical & 
Wellness
Resources

Child Support
Resources

Chore Services
(OR Other 
In-Home
Help Services)

Clothing Distribution

Credit 
Counseling

Crime Victim
& Notification
Resources

Crisis Pregnancy
& Pregnancy
(Help For 
Keeping
& Raising 
Your Baby)

Disability
Resources

Domestic Abuse 

Sexual Violence

Educational 
& Employment
Training 
Programs

Emergency 
Housing 
Agencies

Emergency
Travel 
Resources

Financial 
Assistance

Food Programs/
Distributions
(3 PAGES)

Food Programs/
"Soup Kitchens"

Food Programs/
"Meals on Wheels"

Foster Youth

Grandparents
As Caregivers
Resources

Grief Support

Help With Rent
& Mortgage 
Issues

Holiday
Assistance

Home 
Furnishing
Resources

Hospice 
Resources

Housing
Resources
(non-emergency)

Immigration
Resources

Immunization
Resources

Legal Resources

Learning
Disability
Resources

Literacy 
Programs

Low-cost Car
& Car Repair
Resources

Low-income
Home Mortgage
Assistance

Mental Health
&
Substance Abuse
Resources

Mentoring Programs
(for Youths)
Resources

Organ Donation
Resources

Parenting
Resources

Prescription
Resources

Prisoner & Parolee
Resources

Runaway Help

Senior Citizen
Resources

Services For
Active-Duty
Military
Personnel And
Their Families

Tax Services
(FREE)

Transportation
Resources

Utility Programs

Veterans 
(And Their
Families)
Resources

Vision & Hearing
Resources

Weatherization
Resources

Youth Programs
(Including FREE
and Low-cost 
Summer Camps)



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This page was last updated: December 27, 2016