The Child and Adolescent Health Center services are aimed at achieving the best possible physical, intellectual, and emotional status of adolescents by providing services that are high quality, accessible, and acceptable to youth.
To increase access to healthcare and clinical services such as well-child visits, sick visits, school and sport physicals, immunizations and more!
To promote healthy living and health education programs for children, adolescents, parents and professionals through community outreach
To continue to strengthen relationships with school personnel, health facilities and other community centers and youth agencies
To involve children, adolescents, parents and professionals in increasing their awareness of health issues affecting them and their peers
Individual, family, and group therapy
Community presentations for schools, parents and community members
Lab tests (TB test, pregnancy, immunity titers, etc.)
School physicals / Sports physicals
Immunizations / Medications
Co-management of Chronic Illness
Medicaid Outreach and Enrollment
Treatment of acute illness
Comprehensive Health Assessment
Confidential Medical Services (HIV testing, STD testing)
Referral for Specialty Care
Primary care services are offered to youth and adolescents ages 0-21 years old regardless of insurance status
Mental Health services are offered to those between the ages of 7-21 years old
It says on the website Dearborn and Dearborn Heights Residents. But we service all residents.
The Michigan Child and Adolescent Health Center (CAHC) program is jointly funded by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Michigan Department of Education (MDE)
Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWIHN)
Contact: Assma Khatib