Corktown Health

Welcome to Corktown Health Center!

Michigan's 1st LGBTQ Health center

Corktown Health Center is the first medical home focused on serving the LGBTQ community in Southeastern Michigan. We offer primary care, behavioral health services, comprehensive HIV care and treatment, cancer screening, health insurance navigation and more. We are a collaborative work-in-progress and are continuing to grow and expand in order to offer more services that meet the needs of our community.


In 2020...


Persons served in our HIV program


Behavioral Health clients served (661 in-person visits and 949 via telehealth)


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Our Goals

In addition to requiring the same basic health care needs as the rest of the population, the LGBTQ community faces unique health disparities largely attributable to intersectional forms of discrimination that negatively impact overall health. Corktown Health’s goal is to provide the LGBTQ community with safe, high quality, and affirming health care; as well as to identify and address unmet health needs.

Dedicated to Serve

Corktown Health is an evolving, collaborative work-in-progress. We are pleased to begin offering the services most requested by the community.

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Our Team

Our professional and diverse staff are dedicated to serve and enhance the well-being of Southeast Michigan’s LGBTQ community.



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Non-Discrimination Policy/Procedure

It is the policy of Corktown Health not to discriminate on basis of age, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, spirituality, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, marital status, socioeconomic status, height, weight, arrest record, genetic information, veteran status, language or culture, parental status, history of substance use, pre-existing medical conditions, income or ability to pay.

All relevant federal and state laws, contractual obligations and program specific requirements will be followed and may supersede eligibility criteria to the extent necessary. For example, programs funded to provide services for low income households or seniors over age 65 will be administered in accordance with the program requirements.