Corewell Health is the new name for Beaumont.

Corewell Health Teen Health Center - Taylor
26650 Eureka Rd.
Corewell Health Teen Health Center - Taylor
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Beaumont Teen Health Center - Taylor

Our Mission

The mission of the Corewell Health Teen Health Center - Taylor is to positively impact the health of adolescents and young adults in partnership with them and their families, schools and communities.

The Corewell Health Teen Health Center - Taylor is committed to improving health resources for adolescents.

We offer a comprehensive range of services to students age 10 - 21 and special education students through age 26.

General health care services

  • primary healthcare
  • school, sports and work physicals
  • diagnosis and treatment of routine illnesses and injuries
  • immunizations
  • pap smears and pelvic exams
  • testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases
  • HIV testing and counseling
  • Michigan Health Insurance Marketplace

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

To schedule your COVID-19 vaccine, call 734-942-2273.

Insurance not required

Corewell Health centers offer a sliding free discount program. Come in and see how we can help.

Call to make an appointment, 734-942-2273 (CARE)

Family planning services are provided to men and women of all ages, in need of pregnancy prevention services, regardless of their income.

Health Education/Counseling Services

Peer education programs related to nutrition, fitness, substance abuse, violence, sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy prevention.

  • alcohol, tobacco and other drugs
  • parenting classes
  • obesity prevention
  • HIV/AIDS prevention and risk reduction
  • violence prevention
  • individual and family counseling
  • crisis intervention
  • anger management groups
  • first-time and early juvenile offender diversion programs
  • Taylor Summer Arts and Prevention Academy
  • support groups
  • support group for young members of the LGBTQ community
  • after-school programs

Services Not Provided

  • abortions or abortion referrals

Funding provided in part by the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority (DWMHA), Michigan Department of Mental Health and Human Services and Michigan Department of Education. Recipients of substance abuse services have rights protected by state and federal law and promulgated rules.

For more information contact the Bureau of Health Care Services, Health Facilities Division, Substance Abuse Program, Recipients Rights Coordinator, P.O. Box 30664, Lansing, MI 48909

Taylor School District

Funded in part by generous donors in our community.


Patients are entitled to receive safe effective, adequate and appropriate care regardless of their race, religion, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability handicap, marital status, sexual orientation or ability to pay.

Parental consent is required for most general medical program services and long-term counselling for youth under the age of 18. Parental consent is not required for certain confidential services in the general medical program, short-term counselling or on-site health education.

Corewell Health Teen Health Center - Taylor
26650 Eureka Rd.
26650 Eureka Rd.