CHILD & ADOLESCENT MEDICAL RESOURCES

To find FREE Health Fairs where you can obtain many needed tests and treatments for free or very low-cost, 
please join the Website's FACEBOOK page! Simply click on the FACEBOOK link above! 


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


SPECIALITY PROGRAMS FOR STUDENT ATHLETES

FREE Student Heart Screenings for Student Athletes!
Beaumont's Healthy Heart Check Student Heart Screening is a FREE in-depth screen designed for students ages
13 to 18, that goes beyond a routine school physical to include an electrocardiogram and electrocardiogram. Since 
the program began in 2007, more than 18,700 screens have been completed and almost 2,000 students were in need 
of a physician follow-up. For more information call 734-671-3886. 


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:  https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71547_35698---,00.html
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 medi-
specialty medical bills, coordinating services from multiple providers, learning about specialty providers like doc-
tors, 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, provid-
ing specialized care to children with orthopedic 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 teach 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: https://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 2358
3239 Lakeview 
Monroe, MI  48162
Phone: 734-289-3428
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.

Children with Hair Loss
12776 S. Dixie Hwy.
S. Rockwood, MI  48179
Phone: 734-379-4400      
Email:  contact@childrenwithhairloss.us
Website: http://www.childrenwithhairloss.us
​Children With Hair Loss is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that provides human hair replacements at no cost to 
children and young adults facing medically-related hair loss. When a child's hair is lost due to Cancer treatments, 
Alopecia, Trichotillomania, Burns, etc., the painful effects are far deeper than just cosmetic.

United Healthcare Children's Foundation
MN017-W400
P.O. Box 41
Minneapolis, MN  55440-0041
Phone: 855-MY-UHCCF / 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: https://www.uhccf.org
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 assis-
tance BEFORE having this care done!     

EURO-PEDS FOUNDATION 
3000 Centerpoint Parkway
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 248-857-7137  844-EURO-PEDS (844-387-6733)
Email: info@europedsfoundation.org
Website:  http://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.
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 com-
mitted 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 Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-222-9800    800-482-1455
Email: info@nkfm.org
Website: https://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 & receive services when necessary. 
Our core programs and services include Peer Mentoring, Kidney PATH, Kids Camp, an 800 number for resour-
ces 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 dis-
ease, from pre-dialysis to those with a transplant, to live a healthy life despite their kidney disease.

Penickton Center for Blind Children 
26530 Eureka 
Taylor, MI  48180
Phone:  734-946-7500
Website: https://penrickton.org
Pernickety Center for Blind Children serves children who are blind and multi-handicapped, including develop-
mental 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. 


SERVES MULTIPLE COUNTIES

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:


METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY

Family Medical Center of MI, Inc. & The Guidance Center 
Located on The Guidance Center Campus
Building 4, Entrance C
13101 Allen              
Southgate, MI  48195
Phone: 734-654-2169
Website: https://www.guidance-center.org/programs-and-services/medical
FMC accepts most private insurances, Healthy Michigan, Michigan and Ohio Medicaid and Medicare. FMC also 
provides discounted services to the uninsured on a sliding fee scale based on financial eligibility. Now offering 
low-cost physicals for sports, school and Head Start! 

Mitch Albom Charities / S.A.Y. Detroit Family Health Clinic
211 Glendale 
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 med-
ical clinic devoted to homeless children and their mothers. The clinic provides exams,  maintenance and preven-
tive 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: pediat-
rics, gynecology, internal medicine, podiatry, physical therapy, psychiatric services and nutrition. Accepting pat-
ients 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  Suite B
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. 
General Health Care Services: 
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!

BEAUMONT Teen Health Center--RIVER ROUGE
1460 W. Coolidge Hwy.
River Rouge, MI  48218
Phone: 313-843-1639
Website: https://riverrougeschools.org/schools/river-rouge-high-school/teen-health
Our Services:
*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


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The Corner Health Center
Medical care for 12 to 25 year old's and their children
47 N. Huron
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-484-3600
Website: https://www.cornerhealth.org
The Corner Health Center offers a full range of medical services to keep you healthy.
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 (STIs). Sexual health visits are confidential. 
The Corner offers the following sexual health services:
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.











                                                                                                                       




















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