Michigan Social Security Attorneys

Our Michigan Social Security Attorneys handle SSI and SSDI claims and appeals for clients throughout the state of Michigan. Social Security issues can be very complex and often confusing. Both SSI and SSDI programs are designed to provide economical benefits to those eligible to receive them.

All too often those who should rightfully receive SSI or SSDI benefits meet with unnecessary barriers that prevent them from getting the benefits

they deserve. An experienced attorney can ensure your case is rightfully represented and assist you in obtaining your benefits much quicker.

Contact one of our expert SSI / SSDI attorneys today to obtain the compensation and benefits you deserve.

Michigan Social Security Lawyers

We have Social Security lawyers in the following cities to help file your Social Security disability claim in Michigan to get you the benefits you deserve:

Adrian
Ann Arbor
Battle Creek
Bay City
Belleville
Canton
Clinton Township
Dearborn
Dearborn Heights
Detroit
East Lansing
Flint
Grand Blanc
Grand Rapids
Hamtramck
Highland Park
Holland
Howell
Jackson
Lansing
Lincoln Park
Livonia
Macomb
Mount Pleasant
Muskegon
Niles
Northville
Oak Park
Plymouth
Sterling Heights
Taylor
Traverse City
Trenton
Troy
Warren
Westland
Wyandotte
Ypsilanti
Port Huron
Redford
Rochester
Roseville
Saginaw

To schedule a consultation with a Social Security lawyer in your city, call (800) 248-1100 today.

Michigan Social Security Offices

List of Social Security Offices per state

Michigan Low Cost Housing Resources

Waiting for Social Security Disability benefits can be a lengthy and difficult process. Our disability lawyers provide a list of shelters in Michigan in case you find yourself unable to pay for food or shelter, and you need assistance.

Family Counseling & Children's Services -- Adrian, MI
220 North Main St.
Adrian, MI 49221
phone: 517-265-5352, fax: 517-263-6090
Crisis: 517-265-6776

Shelter, Inc. -- Alpena, MI
Alpena, MI 49707
phone: 989-356-2560
Serves victims of domestic violence and their children. Also has transitional and permanent supportive housing opportunities. Local Crisis/Service Information (989) 356-9650/Out of Area Crisis/Service Information 1-800-396-9129.

Salvation Army -- Alma, MI
425 Republic Avenue
Alma, MI 48801-2065
phone: 517-463-2864
Accepts domestic violence victims, adults, and families

Alpha House -- Ann Arbor, MI
4290 Jackson Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
phone: 734-822-0220, fax: 734-822-0226
hosts 5-6 families at one time

SAPAC (Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center) -- Ann Arbor, MI
715 N. University, Suite 202,
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
phone: 734-998-9368, fax: 734-764-8319
24-Hour Crisis Line: 734-936-3333

Shelter Association of Washtenaw County -- Ann Arbor, MI
Ann Arbor, MI
phone: 734-662-2829, fax: 734-662-7685
Provides shelter and supportive services to adult men and women (18 years and up)/also has a services-only program and a day center.

Haven of Rest Rescue Mission -- Battle Creek, MI
11 Green Street
Battle Creek, MI 49014
phone: 269-965-1148, fax: 269-966-4155
Accepts anyone who is homeless

Bay County Women's Center -- Bay City, MI
Bay City, MI 48706
phone: 800-834-2098
Primarily a domestic violence shelter; serves other homeless women and children as well.

Cornerstone Mission -- Bay City, MI
1000 3rd Street
Bay City, MI 48708
phone: 517-895-5099
Accepts individuals and families

Emergency Shelter Services, Inc. -- Benton Harbor, MI
645 Pipestone Street
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
phone: 616-925-1131, fax: 616-925-0059

Safe Shelter, Inc. -- Benton Harbor, MI
Benton Harbor, MI
phone: 269-925-9500, fax: 269-925?9595
Domestic violence shelter. The main priority of Safe Shelter is to stop domestic and sexual violence by providing crisis counseling, a 24-hour hotline and a safe haven for survivors and their children in Berrien County and its surrounding areas.

Salvation Army Men's Shelter -- Benton Harbor, MI
233 Michigan Street
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
phone: 269-927-1353, fax: Not Available
Our objective is to help the client restructure his life, enabling him to achieve maximum independence and self-sufficiency consistent with his needs and abilities. Men are permitted to stay at the shelter for up to 30 days.

Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency -- Benton Harbor, MI
185 E Main Street
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
phone: (616)925-9077
Provides emergency services for migrants and seasonal workers for food, transportation, medical and housing assistance.

WISE -- Big Rapids, MI
Big Rapids, MI
phone: 231-796-6600

New Hope Shelter -- Cadillac, MI
814 Lynn Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
phone: 231-775-3702
Accepts single men and families

Oasis Shelter and Family Resource Center -- Cadillac, MI
601 Chestnut Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
phone: 231-775-7299, fax: 231-775-4074
We provide a 16 bed shelter house for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and homelessness. Crisis: 231-775-7233 or 800-775-4646

Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter HOme -- Calumet, MI
Calumet, MI 49913
phone: 906-337-5623
Temporary shelter for victims and their children in abusive relationships. Individual counseling and support groups for residents and non-residents, referrals, Outreach advocate,transportation available.

Ezra House -- Charlevoix, MI
106 Mason Street
Charlevoix, MI 49720-1314
phone: 231-237-1111
Emergency shelter program (i.e., house fire, car breakdowns, domestic difficulties, etc.). Sponsored by Charlevoix Ministerial Association.

SIREN/Eaton Shelter, Inc. -- Charlotte, MI
240 S. Cochran
Charlotte, MI 48813
phone: 517-543-4915
Emergency shelter, crisis counseling and support services for domestic violence victims and homeless families. Limited services are available for homeless adults with no children. Weekly support groups, legal services and a 24-hour crisis line are available.

Cass Community United Methodist Church Food Program -- Detroit, MI
3901 Cass Avenue
Detroit, MI 48201
phone: 313-833-7730

Covenant House Michigan -- Detroit, MI
2959 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48208
phone: 313-463-2000, fax: 313-463-2001
Emergency shelter for young adults ages 18-22, Transitional living facilities for young adults ages 18-22, Supportive services for at-risk youth ages 13-17 and adults age 18 and over.

Detroit Rescue Mission -- Detroit, MI
150 Stimson Street
Detroit, MI 48231-2087
phone: 313-993-4700, fax: 313-831-2299
This is the administrative office. Offers a variety of shelter/recovery programs -- see website for details.

DRMM Detroit Rescue Mission -- Detroit, MI
3535 Third St
Detroit, MI 48231
phone: 313-993-4700
The Mission serves homeless and addicted men, neighborhood residents (including homeless people).

Eastside Emergency Center -- Detroit, MI
5075 Chalmers Street
Detroit, MI 48213
phone: 313-824-3060, fax: 313-824-7777

Operation Get Down -- Detroit, MI
10100 Harper Avenue
Detroit, MI 48213
phone: 313-921-9422, fax: 313-571-9022

Visions of the Sacred Capuchin Soup Kitchen -- Detroit, MI
1760 Mt. Elliott Ave.
Detroit, MI 48207-3496
phone: 313-579-2100

Gateway Community Services -- East Lansing, MI
815 Prospect
East Lansing, MI 48823
phone: 517-351-4000, fax: 517-351-4094
Two teen shelters: Higher Ground and Crossroads

Haven House -- East Lansing, MI
121 Whitehills Drive
East Lansing, MI
phone: 517-337-2731, fax: 517-337-2731

Delta County Alliance Against Violence & Abuse -- Escanaba, MI
1401 N. 26th Street
Escanaba, MI 49829
phone: 906-789-9207, fax: 906-989-2121
Domestic violence shelter. Crisis Line: 906-428-2121

Salvation Army -- Escanaba, MI
3001 5TH Ave S
Escanaba, MI 49829
phone: 906-786-0590

Carriage Town Ministries Family Shelter -- Flint, MI
605 Garland Street
Flint, MI 48503
phone: 810-233-8787, fax: 810-233-4863
Family Center for women and children (24 rooms), Youth Center (outreach), Resident Recovery Program (men's program), Clothing Distribution Program, Job Placement Program, Innovative Learning Center

Carriage Town Ministries Men's Shelter -- Flint, MI
605 Garland Street
Flint, MI 48503
phone: 810-233-8787, fax: 810-233-4863

R.E.A.C.H. Runaway Program -- Flint, MI
914 Church Street
Flint, MI 48502
phone: 810-233-8700
Accepts youth only.

Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) -- Flint, MI
2200 North Dort Highway
Flint, MI 48506
phone: 810-234-2678
Substance abuse residential rehabilitation program for men. Six to nine months duration with strong spiritual content. Capacity up to 90 residents.
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Shelter of Flint, Inc. -- Flint, MI
1917 Delaware Avenue
Flint, MI 48506-4447
phone: 810-239-5433
Emergency shelter for women/families

YWCA of Greater Flint/SAFE House -- Flint, MI
310 East Third Street
Flint, MI 48502
phone: 810-238-7621 ext 351, fax: 810-238-1424
Serves female victims of domestic violence and their children

Friendship Shelter -- Gaylord, MI
6173 Old 27 South
Gaylord, MI 49734
phone: 989-732-5960, fax: 989-731-4753

Dwelling Place of Grand Rapids - Liz's House -- Grand Rapids, MI
343 S. Division
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
phone: 616-454-9390
9 double occupancy apartments for homeless women with children age 4 and under. Rent: Based on Income

Dwelling Place of Grand Rapids - My Sisters House -- Grand Rapids, MI
761 Bridge Street, NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
phone: 616-235-0223, fax: 616-235-2918
21 single rooms for homeless women - income based.

Freedom House Ministries -- Grand Rapids, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
phone: 616-774-8606, fax: 616-459-6565
Freedom House Ministries, Inc. is an organization whose mission is to provide safe, affordable, clean and child-friendly living for women who are recovering addicts.

Guiding Light Mission for Men -- Grand Rapids, MI
255 South Division
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
phone: 616-451-0236, fax: 616-451-8723

Guiding Light Mission for Women -- Grand Rapids, MI
255 S. Division
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
phone: 616-451-0236

Hispanic Center of Western Michigan -- Grand Rapids, MI
730 Grandville Ave S W
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
phone: 616-742-0200, fax: 616-742-0205
Health Care, Job Training, Job counseling, job Placement, information/Referral, translation.

Grand Rapids, MI
3501 Lake Eastbrook Blvd. SE, Suite 335
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
phone: 616-452-6664
Ramoth House can offer short-term, emergency shelter for a maximum of 4 women and 11 children by providing a safe house, a retreat and a demonstration of Christian love in action.

Iccf Family Haven -- Grand Rapids, MI
701 Prospect Avenue, SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
phone: 616-247-4949

Inner City Christian Federation - ICCF -- Grand Rapids, MI
816 Madison Ave., Se
Grand Rapids, MI 49507
phone: 616-336-9333, fax: 616-243-9911
3 main programs that offer services along the entire continuum of housing services. These programs include emergency housing, long-term affordable rental housing and home ownership opportunities educational services.

Mel Trotter Ministries -- Grand Rapids, MI
225 Commerce Ave Sw
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
phone: 616-454-8249, fax: 616-454-5255

Riverhouse Shelter -- Grayling, MI
Grayling, MI
phone: 989-348-3169
24 Hour Crisis Phone: 888-554-3169

Salvation Army -- Hancock, MI
435 Hancock St
Hancock, MI 49930
phone: 906-482-4596

Hillsdale County Task Force on Family Violence -- Hillsdale, MI
Hillsdale, MI
phone: 517-439-1454
Accepts female victims of domestic violence and their children

Holland Rescue Mission -- Holland, MI
356 Fairbanks Avenue
Holland, MI 49423
phone: 616-396-2200, fax: 616-396-3911
Features a Men's Center on River Avenue, a four-month lifeskills program for men, and a Woman's Shelter/Family Center.

OLHSA Livingston Human Service Agency -- Howell, MI
2300 E. Grand River Avenue, Suite 107
Howell, MI 48843
phone: 517-546-8500, fax: 517-546-3057
Programs in both Oakland and Livingston Counties.

EightCAP, Inc. Ionia/Montcaml Domestic Violence Program -- Ionia, MI
413 West Main Street
Ionia, MI 48846
phone: 616-527-3351
The mission of EightCAP, Inc. is to advocate and promote the health, education, and welfare of the residents in the service area. Accepts single women, victims of domestic violence, teen parents, and women and their children.

Caring House, Inc. -- Iron Mountain, MI
508 Stanton Street
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
phone: 906-774-1337, fax: 906-774-0575
Domestic violence shelter. Crisis Line: 906-774-1112.

Aware, Inc. -- Jackson, MI
706 W Michigan Ave
Jackson, MI 49204
phone: 517-783-2861
Domestic violence shelter

Grace Haven Center -- Jackson, MI
1040 Francis Street
Jackson, MI 49203
phone: 517-782-2980

Jackson Interfaith Shelter -- Jackson, MI
414 S. Blackstone
Jackson, MI 49201
phone: 517-789-8735
Accepts anyone Capacity: 32 beds Emergency Food FAX: Not Available Phone: (517)789-8735

Juvenile Division Program & Runaway Service of Jackson County -- Jackson, MI
210 W. Mason
Jackson, MI 49201
phone: 517-788-4240
Accepts youth only

Bethany House -- Kalamazoo, MI
722 S. Rose
Kalamazoo, MI 49007-5216
phone: (616)388-3409

First Step Diversion Program -- Kalamazoo, MI
914 South Burdick
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
phone: 616-388-7040

Housing Resources, Inc. Family Shelter -- Kalamazoo, MI
345 N. Burdick St.
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
phone: 616-382-0287
Family Shelter, Family Stabilization Program, Homeless Prevention Services, Transitional Housing Program

Kalamazoo County Emergency Overnight Shelter -- Kalamazoo, MI
440-1/2 North Church Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
phone: 616-388-3680

Kalamazoo Gospel Mission -- Kalamazoo, MI
448 N. Burdick Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
phone: (616)345-2974
Separate men and women/families shelter programs, recovery programs

Next Door -- Kalamazoo, MI
1215/1217 W. North Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49006
phone: 616-349-2119

The Ark -- Kalamazoo, MI
090 W. Kilgore
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
phone: 269-343-8765
24-hour toll free crisis line: 1-800-873-TEEN.

The Open Door Shelter for Men -- Kalamazoo, MI
414 Ranney Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
phone: 269-345-1431
Accepts adult men

YWCA Domestic Assault Program -- Kalamazoo, MI
353 East Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
phone: 269-385-3587

Baraga County Shelter Home -- L'Anse, MI
11 South 4th Street
L'Anse, MI 49946
phone: 906-524-5017, fax: 906-524-7572
Crisis: (906) 524-7078. A domestic violence center providing 24 hour crisis phone, crisis intervention, non-resident and resident counseling and support groups.

City Rescue Mission of Lansing -- Lansing, MI
607 East Michigan Avenue
Lansing, MI 48912-1152
phone: 517-485-0145

Eve's House -- Lansing, MI
Lansing, MI
phone: 517-372-5976
24-Hour Crisis Line: (517)372-5572

Glass House -- Lansing, MI
419 N. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Lansing, MI 48915
phone: 517-482-2028

Holden House -- Lansing, MI
3300 S. Pennsylvania Avenue
Lansing, MI 48910
phone: 517-394-0004

Loaves and Fishes Overnight Shelter -- Lansing, MI
831 N. Sycamore Street
Lansing, MI 48906
phone: 517-482-2099, fax: 517-482-6848
The MINISTRY operates 2 sheltering facilities at the same location site and a third shelter house a few blocks away.

Sisters Crisis Pregnancy Ministry -- Lansing, MI
1803 Maplewood Avenue
Lansing, MI 48910
phone: 517-371-3128
Accepts pregnant women, 17 years and older

Volunteers of America - Michigan -- Lansing, MI
430 North Larch Street
Lansing, MI 48912
phone: 517-484-4414
Separate shelters for men and for women and children: 50 beds for men, 25 beds for women and children. There is also a Veterans Housing Center and a day center.

Region Four Community Services -- Ludington, MI
906 E. Ludington Ave.
Ludington, MI 49946
phone: 231-843-2541
Crisis Line: 800-950-5008. Region Four Community Services is a non-profit agency serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and women and children who are homeless.

Region Four Community Services -- Ludington, MI
906 E. Ludington Ave.
Ludington, MI 49946
phone: 231-843-2541
Crisis Line: 800-950-5008. Region Four Community Services is a non-profit agency serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and women and children who are homeless.

Choices of Manistee County Incorporated -- Manistee, MI
124 Washington St
Manistee, MI 49660-1233
phone: 231-723-6597
Domestic Violence shelter. Accepts other homeless women and their children.

Family Counseling and Shelter -- Monroe, MI
14390 Laplaisance Road, Suite 106
Monroe, MI 48161
phone: 734-241-0180
Programs include individual, family & couple counseling, shelter, counseling & support groups for victims of domestic violence, a support group for rape crisis, and a prevention program for adults age 18 or over.

Salvation Army Manor House -- Monroe, MI
8159 First St.
Monroe, MI 48161
phone: 734-241-0440, fax: 734-241-7181

Women's Aid Service, Inc.
phone: 989-772-9168
Domestic violence shelter

Every Woman's Place -- Muskegon, MI
1221 West Laketon Avenue
Muskegon, MI 49441
phone: 231-759-7909
Every Woman's Place is a crisis center for women and their children.

Muskegon Rescue Mission -- Muskegon, MI
1691 Peck Street
Muskegon, MI 49441
phone: 616- 727-6090, fax: 616-722-7030
Separate men's and women/family shelter programs

Good Samaritan House -- Newberry, MI
Newberry, MI
phone: 906-293-3180
Good Samaritan House

Oscoda Full Gospel Comm. Church Shelter -- Oscoda, MI
115 First Street
Oscoda, MI 48750
phone: 989-739-0019

Nehemiah Project -- Petoskey, MI
36 Bridge St
Petoskey, MI 49770-2907
phone: 231-347-0363

Women's Resource Center -- Petoskey, MI
423 Porter Street
Petoskey, MI 49770
phone: 231-347-0067
Domestic violence safehouse shelter for women and children :

Grace Centers of Hope -- Pontiac, MI
35 E. Huron Street
Pontiac, MI
phone: 248-334-2187
Grace Centers of Hope is a Christian organization committed to creating community by providing shelter, recovery and rehabilitation to men, women and children suffering from homelessness, drug addiction, alcoholism and/or spousal or parental abuse.

City Rescue Mission of Saginaw -- Saginaw, MI
Saginaw, MI
phone: 517-752-6051, fax: 517-752-1748
The City Rescue Mission of Saginaw is a nonprofit faith-based organization that provides emergency assistance to people of Mid-Michigan in their time of need.

Diane Peppler Resource -- Sault Ste. Marie, MI
620 E Portage Ave
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783-2438
phone: 906-635-0566, fax: 906-635-2952
Victims of Domestic Violence are eligible. The Diane Peppler Shelter, serving Chippewa, Luce and Mackinac counties was established to offer fellowship, beds, warmth, transportation, food, clothing and time to think in a secure atmosphere.

SSMHC's Tri-County Safe Haven -- Sault Ste. Marie, MI
608 Pine Street
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
phone: 906-635-5841, fax: 906-635-9500
The thirty to ninety day Safe Haven program serves homeless men, women and families. This program is designed to be a bridge between homelessness and self-sufficiency..

Relief After Violent Encounter (RAVE) -- St. Johns, MI
St. Johns, MI
phone: 989-725-9444

Goodwill Inn -- Traverse City, MI
1329 South Division Street
Traverse City, MI 49684
phone: 231-922-4890, fax: 231-922-2054
Emergency shelter, basic needs, housing placement services, job placement services, vocational services, life skills classes, case management, and children's services.

Northwestern Michigan Human Services Agency -- Traverse City, MI
3963 Three Mile Road
Traverse City, MI 49684
phone: 231-947-3780
Housing Services: Mortgage counseling Assistance with security deposit and first month's rent for housing qualifying as affordable.

St. Vincent de Paul Society -- Traverse City, MI
715 Beitner Street
Traverse City, MI 49684
phone: 231-947-6069, fax: Not Available
Thrift store (from donated items). Emergency assistance with food, utilities, prescriptions.

Telamon -- Traverse City, MI
10767 Traverse Hwy.
Traverse City, MI 49684
phone: 231-941-5300, fax: Not Available
Services for Migrant Farmworkers. Serves a five-county area. Focuses on outreach, job training/GED preparation, assistance in locating affordable housing.

Third Level Crisis Intervention Center Street Outreach Program -- Traverse City, MI
1022 E. Front St.
Traverse City, MI 49686
phone: 231-922-4800, fax: Not Available
Target group: Youth, 10 through 20, residing in Grand Traverse, Antrim, Kalkaska, Benzie, and Leelanau Counties, Homeless and street youth. Toll-free: 800-442-7315

Women's Resource Center: Helen's House -- Traverse City, MI
Traverse City, MI
phone: 231-941-1210, fax: 231-941-1734
Social Service Agency For Abused Women. Provides shelter to women who are abused or assaulted. Also offers transitional housing for female-headed families.

SOS Community Services - Prospect Place Family Shelter Program -- Ypsilanti, MI
101 South Huron Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
phone: 734-485-8730, fax: 734-485-8739
Housing Crisis Telephone: (734) 484-4300. Each family occupies its own apartment; no congregate space and no overnight staff; case mgrs available 24/7 by phone. We house six families at any given time, without regard to size.

Michigan Low Cost or No Cost Medical Care Resources

Having complete and accurate medical records is the best way in which you can help your case for Social Security Disability benefits.

If you are having problems affording medical care, the Social Security Help Center can assist you to find No Cost or Low Cost medical care in Michigan.

ANN ARBOR

Ann Arbor Consultation Services
5331 Plymouth Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Phone #: 996-9111
Outpatient services for mental health and chemical dependency issues. EAP Adult and Children Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm (business), Answering service after 5:00pm. Evening and weekend appointments for sessions Accepts health insurance or sliding scale

Arbor Psychological Consultants, P.C.
1565 Eastover Place
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Phone #: (734) 741-8844
Counseling in alcohol and drug abuse, interpersonal difficulties, family conflict, parenting, learning and behavior problems, child and spouse abuse, life cycle transitions, educational and vocational issues. Divorce mediation, psychological evaluations, all ages, sex offenders. 9am - 6pm Monday - Thursday; 9am - 5pm Friday (all other times by appt.) Sliding scale; private pay; insurance; bc/bs, aetna, medicare, (not medicaid), fixed fees, occasional fee reduction

Community Dental Center
406 N. Ashley
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone #: (734) 998-9640
7:30-12 and 12:30-4:30 Mon, Wed; 8-12 and 1-6:30 Tue; 8-12 and 12:30-5 Thur; 8-1 Fri.Dental fees: private pay; federal subsidy program; discounts for seniors. Full service dental office, providing prevention (exams, cleanings, fluoride, sealants, x-rays), restorative (fillings, crowns, ) and prosthodontics (partial and full dentures). Part-time gum disease specialist and oral surgeons.

Dental School Clinic
1011 N. University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone #: (734) 763-6933
8am-noon & 1-5pm Mon-Fri plus emergency walk-ins 8am-1pm Mon-Tue and Thur-FriRates usually one-third to one-half usual cost; screening exam by faculty member $47 which includes x-rays

Lyn Hadley Clinic
112 S. Ashley
Ann Arbor, MI
Phone #: 668-7273
Provides free medical care to those without insurance or means to pay. A nurse practitioner is available four mornings a week; the U-M medical van comes on Friday mornings. Prescription vouchers may be available. All services are free

Marshall H. Becker Memorial Clinic
1500 E. Medical Ctr. Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone #: 763-6767
A free clinic for children from birth to 18 who do not have regular medical care because of low income, lack of insurance, lack of a permanent address, or other barriers.

Packard Community Clinic
3174 Packard
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Phone #: (734) 971-1073
8:30a.m. - 5p.m. Monday - Friday; 24 hour coverage Preventive medicine, family medicine for all ages, minor office surgery, immunizations and vaccinations, substance abuse assessment and referral services, parenting groups and infant and toddler groups, baby book club, AA meeting in the building *All major insurances accepted; also, medicaid, medicare, washtenaw county health program, sliding scale fee available for those who are uninsured

Planned Parenthood of Mid-Michigan
3100 Professional
Ann Arbor, MI 48106
Phone #: (734) 973-0155
Gynecological exams and Pap smears, birth control information and supplies, free pregnancy testing and counseling, prenatal services, natural family planning,testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, anonymous Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm (Tues-Thurs until 8pm.). Sat. 8:30am-4pm. Sliding scale

Saint Joseph Mercy Health System
2006 Hogback Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Phone #: (734) 712-2595
Comprehensive evaluation of children and adolescents with behavior problems, academic difficulties, depression, anxiety, trauma-related reaction. 9a.m. - 7p.m. Monday - Friday, 8a.m. - 1p.m. Saturday

Washtenaw Children's Dental Clinic
920 Miller
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone #: (734) 663-7073
General dental care for children of low income county residents. Restorative work and prophylaxis care is available. Only open when volunteers can staff - call first $17 for complete exam, fluoride, and x-rays

BATTLE CREEK

Nursing Clinic of Battle Creek
34 Green Street
Battle Creek, MI
Phone #: (616) 962-6565
Director: Diane M. Kalnins,RN, BSN,MPH

DEARBORN

Access Community Health Center
9708 Dix
Dearborn, MI
Phone #: 313-842-0700
9 am-5 pm weekdays

Detroit Community Health Connections
Phone #: 313-822-0900
Detroit

Bruce Douglas Health Center
6550 W. Warren
Detroit, MI

Detroit Health Care for the Homeless
10 Peterboro, Suite 610
Detroit, MI
Phone #: 313-831-2300
8:30 am-5 pm weekdays

East Riverside Medical Center
13901 E. Jefferson
Detroit, MI
Eastside Health Center
7900 Kercheval
Detroit, MI

Fort Street Presbyterian Church Clinic
631 Fort
Detroit, MI
Phone #: 313-961-4533
9-11 am Thursdays

Imani Family Health Center at Tried Stone Baptist Church
1550 Taylor
Detroit, MI
Phone #: 313-871-2808
9:30 am-5 pm Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 11 am-7 pm Tuesdays and Thursdays

St. Frances Cabrini Clinic of the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church
1435 Sixth St.
Detroit, MI
Phone #: 313-961-7863
5-8 pm Tuesdays and 1-4 pm and 6-8 pm Thursdays

St. Vincent de Paul Health Center at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
16000 Pembroke
Detroit, MI
Phone #: 313-532-8949
3:30-7 pm Thursdays
Woodward Corridor Family Medical Center
611 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Detroit, MI

FLINT

Genesee County Free Medical Clinic
2437 Welch Blvd.
Flint, MI
Phone #: (810) 235-4211
Director: Pamela K. Jury

GRAND RAPIDS

Baxter Wholistic Health Clinic
935 Baxter, S.E.
Grand Rapids, MI
Phone #: (616) 456-5310
Director: Rosie Sqaverson-Hair, M.S.W.

HIGHLAND PARK

Thea Bowman Nurse-Managed Clinic in Riverview Medical Office Building
211 Glendale, Suite 412
Highland Park, MI
Phone #: 313-866-2415
9 am-5 pm weekdays

JACKSON

Dove Medical Clinic of Jackson
209 E. Washington Avenue, Ste. 241
Jackson, MI
Phone #: 517-783-5334
Director: Dian Breining

KALAMAZOO

First Presbyterian Church Health Clinic
321 West South Street
Kalamazoo, MI
Phone #: (616) 344-0044
Director: Jane Zwiers, RN

MARSHALL

Fountain Clinic
122 High Street
Marshall, MI
Phone #: (616) 781-0952
Director: Sally Bulgarelli

Packard Community Clinic
3174 Packard, MI
Phone #: 971-1073
Preventive medicine, family medicine for all ages, minor office surgery, immunizations, and vaccinations, plus many support services. All major insurance and HMOs accepted; sliding-scale payment plan. Appointments required. Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-noon & 1:30-5 p.m. On call at all times.

PONTIAC

Mercy Place Clinic
55 Clinton St.
Pontiac, MI
Phone #: 248-333-0840
8 am-4:30 pm weekdays

Shelter Association Health Clinic
112 S. Ashley, MI
Phone #: 668-7273 ext. 18, 741-8154
Free walk-in medical care Mon. 7-8:30 p.m., staffed by volunteer physicians and nurses from UMHS; Tues. 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m., and Wed. & Thurs. 9:30-noon staffed by a nurse practitioner. Better Together Health Van on-site Fri. 9-10:30 a.m. provides care to those without insurance.

TAYLOR

MAPI Free Medical Clinic
12701 S. Telegraph
Taylor, MI
Phone #: 734-374-3152
Saturdays only

YPSILANTI

Corner Health Center
47 N. Huron
Ypsilanti, MI
Phone #: 484-3600
Medical care, health education, and support services for 12-to 21-year-olds and their children. Medical services include well and sick care, gynecology, obstetrics, and pediatrics. Confidential services include birth control, pregnancy diagnosis and pregnancy care, STD diagnosis and treatment, and HIV testing and education. Counseling available. WIC (Women, Infants and Children) supplemental food program on-site. Accepts Medicaid, M-Care, Care Choices, and other insurance; sliding-scale fees for uninsured.

Saint Joseph Mercy Neighborhood Health Clinic
201 S. Hamilton
Ypsilanti, MI
Phone #: 544-6900
Adult health services to Washtenaw County residents who are economically disadvantaged and/or uninsured. Appointments required Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Food and clothing bank. Anyone in need of clothing may visit Wed. or Fri. 1-3 p.m. Donations welcome.

   
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