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POZ Magazine
SMART + STRONG
462 Seventh Ave. 19th Floor
New York, NY 10018-7424
Phone: 212-242-2163
Website: https://www.poz.com
Magazine about living with HIV.
Read issues online!

Please visit our NEW webpage under LGBT Resources!


FOR PARENTING RESOURCES:  

Please check on this website under PARENTING RESOURCES  for parents who have children 
in alternative lifestyles.  


STATE RESOURCES

Michigan Protection and Advocacy Service, Inc.
HIV/AIDS Advocacy Program (HAAP)
4095 Legacy Parkway   Suite 500  
Lansing, MI  48911-4263
Phone: 517-487-1755    800-288-5923
Website:  www.mpas.org
HIV/AIDS Rights, Disability Rights, Children's Disability & Special Education Rights
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HIV/AIDS Advocacy Program (HAAP)
29200 Vassar   Suite 200
Livonia, MI  48152-2166
Phone: 248-473-2990    800-414-3956
HIV/AIDS advocacy program provides free advocacy and technical assistance to anyone 
infected with HIV in Michigan regarding civil rights, discrimination and financial entitle-
ments, including housing, employment, social services and social security. Offers wills 
and estate planning services.


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY 

UNIFIED HIV Health & Beyond   (merged with AIDS PARTNERSHIP)
DETROIT OFFICE
3968 Mt. Elliott 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-446-9800   
Email: info@miunified.org
Website: http://miunified.org/home.aspx
SERVICES:
•HIV Prevention & Education
•HIV Related Training and Presentations
•HIV Testing
•STI Testing
•Syphilis Screening
•Hepatitis C Testing
•Linkage to Care
•Prisoner Re-Entry Services
•Medical Case Management
•Medication Adherence Counseling
•Behavioral Health Services
•Support Groups
•Tobacco Reduction
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JACKSON OFFICE:
211 West Ganson   Suite 110
Jackson, MI  49201
Phone: 517-780-3262
Email: info@miunified.org
Website: http://miunified.org/home.aspx 
SERVICES: 
•Medical Case Management
•Medication Adherence Counseling
•Medical Transportation
•Food Pantry
•Housing Assistance
•HIV Prevention & Education
•Tobacco Reduction
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YPSILANTI OFFICE 
2287 Ellsworth  Suite B
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-572-9355
Email: info@miunified.org
Website: http://miunified.org/home.aspx
SERVICES: 
•HIV Prevention & Education
•HIV Related Training and Presentations
•HIV Testing
•Hepatitis C Testing
•Syringe Access
•Overdose Prevention
•Medical Case Management
•Medication Adherence Counseling
•Behavioral Health Services
•Medical Transportation
•Conover Food Pantry
•Housing Assistance
•Support Groups
•Tobacco Reduction
•Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance

Christ of The Nations Church   (Iglesia Cristo A Las Naciones)
9315 W. Fort 
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone:  313-550-3613
Website: http://christtothenationsdetroit.com
Now offering free and confidential same day results HIV testing. Testing will only be done 
by appointment. Testing days will be the 1st. Tuesday of every month and the last Tuesday 
of every month. Special arrangements can be made if needed for another day.

Gospel Against AIDS
3968 Mt. Elliot 
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-341-5989
Email: gospelagainstaids@gmail.com
Website: https://www.gospelaa.org
Gospel Against AIDS (GAA)/Global Research Education and Training Networks (GREATNES) GAA/GREATNES is an HIV preventive educational, capacity developing and HIV testing pro-
gram. Established over 2 decades ago, our goal is to equip houses of worship to operatively function on the continuum of care for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. We accomp-
lished this by educating and empowering houses of worship to become HIV testing sites and condom distribution centers. Using an evidence-based POL (Popular Opinion Leader) desig-
ned AIDS 101 and Anti-Stigma curriculum, GAA/GREATNES provides these sessions to more 
than 200 religious leaders annually. To accomplish this goal, our curriculum has been trans- lated into 4 languages, allowing us to train Imams and Rabbis, Quakers and Seventh Day 
Adventist, COGIC and Buddhist, Episcopalians and Lutherans in 3 continents.
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In addition to houses of worship, GAA/GREATNES has chapters in; correctional and substance abuse/treatment centers, schools and universities, clinics and pharmacies. With a board of 20 theologians, Persons Living with HIV/AIDS,Infectious Disease Specialists, HIV testers, coun-
selors, trainers and presenters, we have provided HIV training and testing sessions from store-
front to mega-churches, homeless shelters, soup kitchens, drug intake facilities, beauty salons, basements, community centers, remote villages, rural enclaves, and Presidential residences to 
those at risk for contracting and/or transmitting HIV/AIDS.

IPH Health Center (Institute for Population Health)
North End: 
9053 Woodward Ave. 
Detroit, MI  48202
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Riverfront:
1400 Woodbridge 
Detroit, MI  48207​

Northwest:
19830 James Couzens Fwy.
Detroit, MI  48235
Phones: 
Services: 313-309-9350
Administration: 313-309-9310
Substance Abuse Hotline: 800-241-4949
Website: http://ipophealth.org
IPH Health Center is required to serve all patients regardless of insurance status or ability 
to pay for services. However, you may be expected to pay a nominal fee for services, based 
on sliding fee scale federal poverty guidelines and eligibility determination. Proof of income 
is required. IPH staff will provide assistance with insurance enrollment for those patients 
who are eligible.This requirement is fundamental to the IPH Health Center model as the maj-
ority of the Health Center’s patients are low-income, under-insured or uninsured persons 
with no other primary health care.
General Primary Care
Referred Services:

Health Emergency Lifeline Program  (H.E.L.P.)   
1726 Howard 
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone: 313-832-3300    888-435-5655
Email: help@helpoffice.org
Website: www.helpoffice.org
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Each year HELP assists over 1,200 individuals and families living with HIV or AIDS 
in Southeast Michigan by providing the following services:

Community Health Awareness Group (CHAG)
1300 W. Fort  
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-963-3434
Email: info@chagdetroit.org
Website: https://www.chagdetroit.org
We are the largest Minority HIV/AIDS service organization in the state of Michigan, with 
prevention & care programs for people infected and affected by HIV. We offer free HIV 
testing and counseling, mobile outreach, needle exchange for injecting drug users, we 
host support groups & provide transportation for medical appointments. Medical case management, substance abuse and mental health counseling services are also available 
for people living with HIV.
Languages Spoken:
Translation services are available for non-English-speaking individuals.

CareFirst Community Health Services         
8097 Decatur 
Detroit, MI  48228
Phone: 313-846-5020
Website: www.care-first.org
Outpatient counseling to substance abusers as well as other services such as After-
care services for returning citizens and a residential program for homeless HIV/AIDS 
women and their children, HIV testing and counseling and more.

ALTERNATIVES FOR GIRLS
903 West Grand Blvd. 
Detroit, MI  48208
Phone: 313-361-4000
Website: www.alternativesforgirls.org
Walk-in Center:
Alternatives For Girls provides services for walk-in clients Monday through Friday, 
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Any member of the community in crisis may walk in to discuss 
their needs in private. A qualified team of staff and volunteers will determine whether 
a walk-in person is eligible for AFG services. If eligible for the shelter and a bed is 
available,she will be housed immediately. If beds are not available or she is ineligible 
for any reason, the client will be referred to other reputable agencies.
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Walk-in clients have access to a private shower and laundry facilities. They also have 
access to the AFG Clothes Closet, which is stocked with gently used, donated clothing. 
The Walk-In Center also provides information on a wide variety of subjects (pregnancy 
and prenatal care; HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases; suicide prevention, 
etc.).
Crisis Line:
AFG also manages a crisis line. People in crisis may call (888) AFG-3919, 24 hours 
per day, 7 days a week. Crisis Line staff will put callers in touch with appropriate 
area service providers including shelter accommodations and child care assistance.

Adult Well-Being Services       
1423 Field 
Detroit, MI  48214
Phone:  313-924-7860
Website: https://awbs.org
HIV Prevention Services: 
AWBS distributes barriers and STI educational materials at community events through-
out Wayne County and provides rapid HIV & Hepatitis C testing.
Hepatitis A & B Vaccinations: 
AWBS is one of the leading organizations combating the Hepatitis A crisis in S.E. MI. 
AWBS offers Hepatitis A & B vaccinations to individuals eighteen years of age and 
older. Physical Enrichment for Older Adults:

DEAF CAN / Deaf Can Community Advocacy Network
2111 Orchard Lake  Suite 101  
Sylvan Lake, MI  48320
Phone: 248-332-3331   TTY: 248-332-3323
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18100 Meyers   Suite #2A
Detroit, MI 48235
Phone: 313-340-3234    313-651-7587 VP
Email: deafcan@deafcan.org 
Website: www.deafcan.org
Caseworkers and Case Management services for those who are Deaf and living 
with HIV or AIDS.

American Indian Health and Family Services of S.E. Michigan
P.O. Box 810
Dearborn, MI  48121
&
4880 Lawndale  
Detroit, MI  48210
Phone: 313-846-0150
Website: https://www.aihfs.org
An MDCH counseling and testing site providing HIV/AIDS education and prevention 
services to Native Americans. Medical, Dental, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, case management and social services are also available. Medical and Dental services are 
provided on a sliding scale. Traditional healing is offered.

Matrix Human Services
Central Office:
1400 Woodbridge
Detroit, MI 48207
Phone:  877-931-3248
Website: https://www.matrixhumanservices.org/covid-community-health
Community Health:
During these challenging times, this pandemic could negatively impact a person’s coping 
skills. We are here to provide virtual support to our clients living with HIV, as well as any-
one diagnosed with HIV/AIDS (new individuals included) as we are still doing intakes via 
the phone. Matrix has multiple health professionals, including a licensed therapist on our 
team who can provide behavioural and mental health services to those living with HIV.

Henry Ford Hospital
Division of Infectious Diseases / Clara Ford Pavilion
2799 W. Grand Blvd. Room 104
Detroit. MI 48202  
Phone: 313-916-2556  
Website:  www.henryford.com 
The Henry Ford Team of AIDS specialists provide comprehensive care for HIV/AIDS patients. 
This includes primary care, clinical trials, free anonymous testing & counseling, and psycho-
social support. They also offer free off-site Orasure testing.

AIDS Ministry Forum
Archdiocese of Detroit
Christian Service and Health Care Ministries
305 Michigan Ave.
Detroit, MI  48226-2605
Phone: 313-237-5905
Email: christianservice@aod.org
Website: www.aodonline.org

Detroit Health & Wellness Department 
3245 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone:  313-876-4000    Translation Line:  800-874-9426
Website:  www.detroitmi.gov/health
  
Detroit HIV/STD Clinic
50 E. Canfield 
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-577-9100
Email:  DetroitSTD@wayne.edu 
Website: http://www.detroitmi.gov/Government/Departments-and-
Agencies/Detroit-Health-Department/Sexually-Transmitted-Diseases
Services:
         after high-risk exposure
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​SAMARITAN CENTER 
5555 Conner    Suite #2210
Detroit, MI  48213
Phone: 313-579-4400
Website: https://samaritan-center.com
Holy Cross Samaritan Center Located in the former Mercy Hospital complex,the Samaritan 
Center offers a multi-faceted community resource center for neighborhoods in the Conner 
Avenue & I-94 area of Detroit’s East Side.
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Medical services include: a clinic for the uninsured (X-ray, mammography, pharmacy, lab-
testing, & referrals); a private practice clinic for the general public (gynecology, pediatrics, 
HIV, and primary care services); and dialysis services.

Detroit Health Care for the Homeless  (d/b/a Advantage Health Centers)
15400 W. McNichols 
Detroit, MI 48235
Phone: 313-897-2061
Email:jferguson@advantagehealthcenters.org
Website: http://www.nhchc.org/directory/detroit-healthcare-
homeless-dba-advantage-health-centers/
Direct services include prevention, medical, nursing, social work, and pharmacy. Mental 
health and substance abuse services are provided on-site by New Center Mental Health Services (NCMHS) staff in addition to referrals to community agencies and treatment 
facilities.  
Provides:
24 hour emergency on-call, Asthma treatment, Basic Needs, Behavioral/Mental Health 
Care Services, Blood Pressure Monitoring, Cancer Screening, Case Management/Social 
Services, Child Development Services, Chronic Bronchitis/Emphysema, Contraceptives 
(issued w/counseling), Dental/Oral Care, Diabetes Testing/Care, Documenting Disability 
Services, Flu Vaccinations, HIV/AIDS screening/education, Immunizations, Interpretation 
services, Labs, Medication Prescribing, Medication Dispensing, Mental Health Counseling,
OB/GYN, Outreach, Pediatrics, Pharmacy, Physical Exams, Primary Health Care, Referrals 
for Specialty Care,Shelter Outreach, STD Testing, TB screening/education, Tobacco cess-
ation, Well Child visits.

DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital HIV / AIDS Program
Sinai-Grace Professional Bldg.
6071 West Outer Dr.  Suite 207
Detroit, MI  48235
Phone: 313-966-2800
Website:  www.sinaigrace.org/infectious-diseases.org 
Our HIV/AIDS services include:

Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Service  (ACCESS)
963 Allen
Ferndale, MI 48220
Phone: 248-629-7629
Website: https://accesshiv.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php
ACCESS Community Health program has become the largest & most comprehensive Arab community-based health and mental health center in North America. When the ACCESS Community Health and Research Center officially opened the doors to its new facility in 
2003, it became the first of its kind nationwide--a fully integrated community health "one-
stop service" center that is comprised of medical, public health and research, mental health, 
and environment programs.The founding philosophy maintains that health promotion and 
disease prevention activities are the most humane and effective ways to ensure the health 
and well-being of the community-at-large.

Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO)
220 Bagley  Suite 1200
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 313-961-4890 
Website:  www.nso-mi.org
Since 1978, our Emergency Telephone Service and Suicide Prevention Center(ETS/SPC) 
has provided free, 24-hour telephone crisis intervention, suicide prevention and infor-
mation and referral services. Our caring professionals, with a mission to save and im-
prove lives through communication, offer counseling for individuals experiencing mental health, substance abuse or other interpersonal problems. 

H.E.L.P. (Health Emergency Lifeline Program)
1726 Howard Ave.
Detroit, MI  48216
Phone:  313-832-3300   888-435-5655
Email:  help@helpoffice.org
Website: www.helpoffice.org
Today HELP assists individuals who are at-risk, infected, or affected by HIV/AIDS and 
Hepatitis C. Stigmatization remains a tremendous barrier for individuals who have been marginalized due to health status, sexuality, race, poverty and other factors. Furthermore, substance abuse, mental illness, homelessness and low socioeconomic status increase 
the risks of infection and create additional obstacles to treatment. Each year HELP assists 
over 1,500 individuals and families living in S.E. MI  by providing 

​The Detroit Association of Black Organizations 
12048 Grand River Ave,
Detroit, MI 48204
Phone: 313-491-0003
Website: https://dabodetroitinc.net/about-us/initiatives
RAPID HIV & HEPATITIS TESTING:
DABO, through a grant from Orasure Technologies, serves as a rapid HIV Hepatitis 
testing site. In cooperation with Alnylam Pharmaceuticals we conduct the Bridge 
Program, a community awareness campaign and testing site for hATTR Amyloidosi
DEATH CAN WAIT:
Our Death Can Wait initiative is a coalition of community and faith based organizations, 
advocates, media partners, elected officials and individuals who promote resources, 
provide information and HIV testing to individuals residing in under-served populations 
in metro Detroit. The strategy is to create a fully integrated media campaign that spurs 
an increase in testing and treatment.


LENAWEE COUNTY 

Please see UNIFIED HIV HEALTH & BEYOND at the top of the page!

HIV/AIDS RESOURCE CENTER (HARC)
3075 Clark   Suite 203  
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-572-9355    800-578-2300
Website: www.hivaidsresource.org
Provides HIV/AIDS services to Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston and Washtenaw counties.
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Spectrum Health Center 
Ann Arbor, MI 
Phone: 734-572-9355
Open during the school year; free testing on Mondays from 6 to 8 p.m.


MACOMB COUNTY

Macomb County Health Department
Central Health Center:
43525 Elizabeth 
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
Phone: 586-465-8434
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Southwest Health Center:
27690 Van Dyke   Suite B
Warren, MI  48093
Phone: 586-465-5434
Website: http://www.macombcountymi.gov/publichealth/HPDC/STD.htm
The HIV testing program provides anonymous counseling and testing on an appointment 
only basis. Services are provided at no charge to persons age 12 and above.

ACCESSPOINT
4301 E. 14 Mile 
Sterling Heights, MI  48310
Phone: 586-722-6036
Services Offered: 
Hours: Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Blue Water Center for Independent Living
1042 Griswold  Suite #2
Port Huron, MI  48060
Phone: 810-987-9337    VOICE/TDD 810-987-9337   
Email:  info@bwcil.org
Website:  www.bwcil.org
Helps HIV-infected persons to access information & referral,health, social and financial 
support services. Also offers peer and professional counseling, case management, ad-
vocacy and support groups. Special services for the deaf and hearing-impaired available.

Disability Network Oakland & Macomb
1709 John R 
Troy, MI  48083
Phone: 586-268-4160     800-284-2457
Email: Tracy@misilc.org
Website: www.dnom.org
1. Do you need assistance in becoming financially self-sufficient and independent? 
2. Need support in gaining access to needed human services? 
3. Need help working with multiple agencies?
Then DNOM Disability Guide Program is for you!
This program offers assistance to SSI Youth and Families, SDA Recipients and SSI 
new Adult Beneficiaries and their families at the front-end by identifying and removing 
barriers early, so they can access and navigate state systems, including public assist-
ance and other needed services, to become financially self-sufficient. All persons with 
a disability will be assigned a Disability Guide that will provide movement toward a 
seamless system of accessing assistance with personalized supports.
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Mobile Outreach
Phone: 586-268-4160 #6627
Providing Information & Referrals On: 
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Assistive Technology
The Assistive Technology Program at Disability Network Oakland & Macomb offers a myriad 
of equipment, demonstration, and training opportunities. We provide in-depth evaluations 
designed to assess a person’s capacity for independent living with assistive devices. Our 
AT Classroom contains numerous low and high tech items that facilitate communication, 
activities of daily living, computer access, mobility assistance, environmental controls, and 
more. Please contact Jenell Williams at 586-268-4160 #6614 OR jwilliams@dnom.org with 
questions or to set up a demonstration!
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LGBTQ+
The LGBTQ+ Program is a safe place for those who live with labels like LGBTQ+ and 
disabilities. Topics like the use of labels, building support circles, intersectionality, 
transitioning, and other diverse topics will be discussed through a lens of LGBTQ+.
Please contact peer_support@dnom.org with questions and concerns.


MONROE COUNTY

ProMedica Hospital
725 N. Macomb 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 888-664-4968
Website: https://www.promedica.org/monroe-regional-hospital/Pages/default.aspx
An HIV/AIDS education, information, physician referral, and testing site.The Family Center 
provides outpatient one-on-one counseling for persons with HIV and their families.

Monroe County Health Department
2353 S. Custer  
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-240-7835
Website: https://www.co.monroe.mi.us
Provides education and information on HIV/AIDS for school, work place, and groups. 
Testing on site as well as anonymous testing/counseling for HIV.


OAKLAND COUNTY 

See DEAF CAN / Deaf Can Community Advocacy Network above in Wayne County!

AFFIRMATIONS
290 W. Nine Mile 
Ferndale, MI  48220
Phone: 249-398-7105   800-398-GAYS (4297)
Email:  info@goaffirmations.org
Website: www.goaffirmations.org
Affirmations is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving people of all sexual orientations 
and gender identities. We are housed in a state-of-the-art, multi-use facility in the heart of downtown Ferndale, at the Northern border of the City of Detroit. We invite you to ex-
plore this site and learn more about us and then come and visit us in our 17,000- square-
foot home. Offers a wide variety of services!
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SAGE Metro Detroit 
290 W. Nine Mile 
Ferndale, MI  48220
Phone:  734-681-0854
Email: info@sagemetodetroit.org 
Website: www.sagemetrodetroit.org 
The mission of SAGE Metro Detroit is to build awareness and promote change so that 
LGBT older adults may age with dignity and authenticity.

Oakland County Health Department
North Oakland Health Center
1200 N. Telegraph   Building 34 East
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 248-858-1280
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South Oakland Health Center
27725 Greenfield 
Southfield, MI  48076
Phone: 248-424-7000
Website: http://www.oakgov.com/health/Pages/program_service/hiv_control.aspx
The Health Division's HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Program provides confidential, 
anonymous counseling and testing, as well as referral services. 

OLHSA  (Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency)
Central Office (Oakland County)
196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave.     
P.O. Box 430598
Pontiac, MI  48343-0598
Phone:  248-209-2600   800-482-9250 Toll-Free
Email: info@olhsa.org 
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South Office (Oakland County)
1956 Hilton 
Ferndale, MI  48220-1719
Phone:  248-542-5860
Email: info@olhsa.org 
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OLHSA (Livingston County)
2300 E. Grand River   Suite 107 
Howell, MI  48843-7574
Phone:  517-546-8500
Email: livingston@olhsa.org
Website: http://olhsa.org/complete-services#Education
Advocacy
Helps clients access benefits and services. Life skills classes are offered.
Early Intervention Services
Connecting newly diagnosed individuals and those who have fallen out of care
to primary care & support services.
Nutritional Support
Low-income clients receive monthly, or bi-monthly, vouchers to purchase food and 
personal care items.
Housing Assistance
Provides assistance with first month's rent & security deposit, rent, mortgage, and 
utility payments.
In-home Support for the Medically Fragile
Offers light housekeeping, laundry, personal care, errands, and meal preparation.
Medical Nutritional Therapy
Dieticians help with vitamins, and supplements.
Testing and Counseling
Provides a “fast pass” to confidential testing at the health department. A free ride to the 
health department, private entry into the testing department, expedited testing, waived 
testing fee, education about HIV prevention and treatment and navigation into the HIV 
treatment and care system for those who are positive. 
Call for 248-209-2626 more information.
Transportation:
Helps clients access medical and support services throughout the community.

Centro Multicultural La Familia
35 W. Huron  Suite 100
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone: 248-858-7800 (main office)
Debra Ehrmann at 313-964-4515 ext 35 (mornings)
                                248-858-7800 (after 3 p.m.) 
Email: dehrmann@centromulticultural.org
Website: https://www.centromulticultural.org
Health education and information that we provide in collaboration with the Mexican 
Consulate in Detroit. Staff and volunteers provide health education on topics such 
as diabetes, hypertension, breast cancer, prostate cancer, depression, anxiety, HIV 
testing, etc. 

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES
6555 W. Maple 
West Bloomfield, MI  48322
Phone: 322-592-2300
Website: https://jfsannarbor.org
Individual and family counseling for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. Support 
groups for family members and significant others of people with HIV/AIDS and for men 
& women living with HIV/AIDS. Transportation to medical and social service appointments 
to & from Oakland County.
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25900 Greenfield
Oak Park, MI 48237
Phone: 248-592-2653
Website: https://www.jfsdetroit.org

Disability Network Oakland & Macomb
1709 John R 
Troy, MI 48083
Phone: 586-268-4160     800-284-2457
Email: Tracy@misilc.org
Website: www.dnom.org
1. Do you need assistance in becoming financially self-sufficient and independent? 
2. Need support in gaining access to needed human services? 
3. Need help working with multiple agencies?
Then DNOM Disability Guide Program is for you!
This program offers assistance to SSI Youth and Families, SDA Recipients and SSI new 
Adult Beneficiaries and their families at the front-end by identifying and removing barriers 
early, so they can access and navigate state systems, including public assistance and other 
needed services, to become financially self-sufficient. All persons with a disability will be 
assigned a Disability Guide that will provide movement toward a seamless system of acces-
sing assistance with personalized supports.
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Mobile Outreach
Phone: 586-268-4160 #6627
Providing Information & Referrals On: 
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Assistive Technology
The Assistive Technology Program at Disability Network Oakland & Macomb offers a myriad 
of equipment, demonstration, and training opportunities. We provide in-depth evaluations 
designed to assess a person’s capacity for independent living with assistive devices. Our 
AT Classroom contains numerous low and high tech items that facilitate communication, 
activities of daily living, computer access, mobility assistance, environmental controls, and 
more. Please contact Jenell Williams at 586-268-4160 x6614 OR jwilliams@dnom.org with 
questions or to set up a demonstration!
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LGBTQ+
The LGBTQ+ Program is a safe place for those who live with labels like LGBTQ+ and dis-
abilities. Topics like the use of labels, building support circles, intersectionality, transitioning, 
and other diverse topics will be discussed through a lens of LGBTQ+.
Please contact peer_support@dnom.org with questions and concerns.


WASHTENAW COUNTY

Please see UNIFIED HIV HEALTH & BEYOND at the top of the page!

Planned Parenthood
3100 Professional Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI  48104 
Phone: 734-973-0710

HIV/AIDS RESOURCE CENTER (HARC)
3075 Clark   Suite 203    
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-572-9355    800-578-2300
Website: https://hivaidsresource.org
Provides HIV/AIDS services to Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston and Washtenaw counties.
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HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC)
Spectrum Health Center 
Ann Arbor, MI 
Phone:  734-572-9355
Open during the school year; free testing on Mondays from 6 to 8 p.m.

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan (HFM)
1921 W. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-544-0015   
Website: https://hfmich.org
The Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan strives to improve the quality of life for all people 
affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, other coagulation disorders, and related complications, including HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.The Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan 
offers numerous programs to support people living with bleeding and clotting disorders.

Washtenaw County Public Health
555 Towner   (Off Prospect and Michigan Ave.)
Ypsilanti, MI  48197 
Phone:  734-484-7200
Website: http:////www.ewashtenaw.org/government/departments/public_health
STD, HIV and AIDS  testing.  Call for current hours.

Corner Health Clinic/Young Adult Health Center
47 N. Huron
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-484-3600
Website: https://www.cornerhealth.org
Wellness Care: 
Wellness care keeps you healthy when you’re healthy. Wellness services include 
physicals, immunizations and TB tests.
Sick Care:
Occasionally we all get sick and it is important to go problems including sore throats, 
urinary tract infections, diabetes and asthma.
Reproductive Care:
Reproductive 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 (STIs). Reproductive health care visits are confidential.
The Corner offers the following reproductive health care services:
Children of Corner patients can receive care at the Corner, too! The Corner has pediatricians 
on staff to keep your little ones healthy. Click here to learn more about visits for your children.


SUPPORT GROUPS:

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
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PFLAG National 
1625 K Street NW  Suite 700
Washington, DC  20006 
Phone: 202-467-8180
Website: https://pflag.org
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​PFLAG Detroit 
PO Box 1169 
Royal Oak, MI  48068-1169​
Phone: 248-656-2875
Email: board@pflagdetroit.com
Website: http://www.pflagdetroit.org
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PFLAP--Clinton Twp. 
Email: pflag.ct@gmail.com
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PFLAG Grosse Pointe
Email: pflaggp@gmail.com
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PFLAG--Livonia 
Phone: 734-776-0352
Email: pflaglivonia@gmail.com
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PFLAG Plymouth / Canton
Phone: 734-358-8280
Email: plymouthcantonpflag@gmail.com
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PFLAG--Ann Arbor
Phone: 734-741-0659
Email:  info@pflagaa.org
Website: www.pflagaa.org
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PFLAG--Port Huron 
Email: pflagporthuron@gmail.com
Website: https://www.pflagporthuron.com
How We Help: 
We are several types of people!
We are a group of parents that believe in our kids. When our children came 
to us and told us they were Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender, we be-
came confused and disillusioned between what we were led to believe and 
the reality of it all. "That's not my kid!" could be heard across city borders. 
 We knew in our hearts that our children were not what we were taught. A 
group of parents got together, to tell the stories of their children and found 
loving support and education. Then the search went out to find other parents 
in similar situations. PFLAG Detroit was formed.

Fortunate Families DETROIT
20800 Grand River Ave.
Detroit, MI  48219
Phone: 313-670-2613
Website:
Mission Statement: 
We are a Catholic ministry that supports our LGBTQ+ community and their families by 
sharing our personal stories and by promoting equality and inclusion among all people. 
We have done this work for many years in the Archdiocese of Detroit. Recently, the 
Archdiocese and others have attempted to silence us. We refuse to be silenced and will 
continue our ministry in the Archdiocese. 
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The time for speaking our truth has never been more urgent. Our emboldened voice has 
created division with Fortunate Families, Inc. As a group, we are taking time to build our
 future and explore a new name and affiliation. 

Fortunate Families, Inc.
P.O. Box 22317
Lexington, KY 40522-2317
Phone: 859-327-1047
Email:  info@fortunatefamilies.org
Website: https://www.fortunatefamilies.com

The Jewish Gay Network of Michigan
Kahn Jewish Community Center   (downstairs Library)
6600 W. Maple 
West Bloomfield, MI  48322
Phone: 248-661-1000
Website: https://www.jccdet.org/arts-culture-education/jewish-gay-network
JGN will hold a bi-monthly meeting for this group on the second and fourth Wednesday 
of every month at 12:30 p.m. in Conference Room 204 at the JCC. This is a support group 
for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning.The group will also 
be facilitated by two licensed social workers.

STAND WITH TRANS 
Phone:  248-907-4853
Email: Roz@standwithtrans.org
Website: https://standwithtrans.org
The mission of Stand with Trans is to provide the tools needed by transgender
youth so they will be empowered, supported and validated as they transition 
to their authentic life. Parent support groups are now virtual and are available 
to anyone with a trans child (of any age). Registration is required. The listing 
of support groups is https://standwithtrans.org/support-org. Groups for tweens,
trans and nonbinary teens and nonbinary young adults may be found at https://standwithtrans.org/support-org. All groups are private and safe spaces.


This page was last updated: July 30, 2021
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