Location

1726 Howard Street
Detroit, MI 48216
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Clinic Hours
Monday8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday8:30am - 5pm
Thursday8:30am - 5pm
Friday8:30am - 5pm
Saturdayclosed
Sundayclosed
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phone: (313) 832-3300
toll-free: (888) 435-5655
fax: (313) 832-3393
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New Facility Hours!
Telehealth Visits after 5 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays by Appointment.

 

Please stay up-to-date on the latest information about Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) by visiting these sites for information about symptoms, testing, and resources:

www.coronavirus.gov

www.cdc.gov/coronavirus

www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

 

Corktown Health Center CEO talks with Between the Lines about COVID-19

Corktown Health Center CEO Talks Coronavirus Prevention, Remote Health Care

Effective Thursday March 19, 2020 until further Notice
ALL SERVICES ARE PROVIDED BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
PLEASE CALL US AT (313) 832-3300

 

For Corktown Health Center Medical Patients:

Call us at (313) 832-3300. The clinic staff has been reduced,  but we are here for you. We will evaluate you and treat you over the phone to help limit your exposure to other illnesses. If after a phone evaluation, you need to come to our office, we will make an appointment for you to be seen as quickly as possible. We will continue to provide medication refills, insurance paperwork and other requests by phone only.

 

For Behavioral Health Patients:

All therapists will be working off site. Your therapist will contact you directly and arrange to meet with you by teleconference.

 

HIV Support Services:

Most HIV support staff will work off site. We will have a small number of staff available by appointment only. Most services will be provided by phone, by mail, or teleconference.
Patients in need of Food vouchers/supplements, and emergency financial assistance please call (313) 832-3300.
Patients who need Case management and other services like assistance with insurance please call (313) 832-3300.

Please stay up-to-date on the latest information about Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) by visiting www.cdc.gov/coronavirus and www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

Services

Primary Care

The medical staff can provide a range of primary care services including: preventative care, Health Maintenance Examinations, wellness services, diagnosis, management, and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses. We assure your concerns will be heard, and you are treated with the kindness and compassion you deserve.

Behavioral Health Services

The Behavioral Health Program offers mental health therapy for individuals, groups and couples regardless of HIV status, insurance enrollment or ability to pay. Currently we are able to see adults and adolescents aged 16 and older. We are also pleased to offer gender assessment services for transgender persons in the process of transitioning.

Comprehensive HIV Care & Treatment (including PrEP)

We are proud to have Dr. Patrice Wade-Olson, DNP to provide a full range of HIV care and treatment. We are also committed to providing Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) to interested patients as well as all required follow up testing.

Cancer Screening

We are working with the Tri-County Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (BCCCP) to provide breast and cervical cancer screening. We promise a welcoming experience for lesbians, bisexual women, transgender men and gender non-conforming people.

Pharmacy Services (coming soon)

Our onsite pharmacy will be opening soon to serve our patients and the Corktown community. Our medical staff will work with your pharmacy of choice.

Supporting the work of Corktown Health Center is easy.  And easy on your budget. You can sign up to make a monthly contribution for as little as $5.00 per month, or in whatever amount fits your budget.   Many supporters now choose to acknowledge their birthdays, weddings, and other special events, by encouraging their friends and family to support Corktown Health Center in lieu of gifts.

Support for the initial phase of the development of Corktown Health Center was provided by the board of directors of the HELP organization.  A large portion of the support we received came from our vendors who provided in-kind donations of labor, materials, and professional services as well as from donors like you.