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Teen Health Centers

Beaumont Teen Health Centers

Beaumont Teen Health Centers provide a wide variety of services through school-based and school-linked programs

General Medical Services

The Beaumont Teen Health Centers are located in schools or conveniently located near schools on a major bus line. These locations make it easy for young people to access quality healthcare services without missing class or causing a parent to miss work. Healthcare services are available to youth ages 10-21; special education students receive services through age 26.

Available services include:

  • 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 infections
  • HIV testing and counseling
  • Referrals to other services
  • No abortions

Health Education

Through a variety of innovative and award-winning programs, the Beaumont Teen Health Centers help young people make healthy choices.

  • Peer education programs related to nutrition and fitness, substance abuse, violence, sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy prevention
  • Presentations by Teen Center staff and teen peer educators to school, community, religious, professional and parent groups on topics such as:
    • Alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention
    • Nutrition, fitness and obesity prevention
    • HIV/AIDS prevention and risk reduction
    • Adolescent development and other health topics
    • Violence prevention
  • After-school and summer youth programs – giving teens healthy ways to spend their free time
  • Health insurance outreach, education and application assistance

Mental Health/Counseling Services

The Beaumont Teen Health Centers offer a wide variety of mental health/counseling services designed to help teens and young adults face the many challenges in their lives – addiction, violence, grief, depression, abuse.

  • Individual and family counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Anger management groups
  • First-time and early juvenile offender diversion program
  • Referrals to other services

Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine

Available now to anyone ages 12 and older by appointment only

To make an appointment, call a location near you:


Westland

734-728-2423
tel:+1-734-728-2423
734-728-2423

Redford

313-242-0570
tel:+1-313-242-0570
313-242-0570

Inkster

313-565-2174
tel:+1-313-565-2174
313-565-2174

Taylor

734-942-2273
tel:+1-734-942-2273
734-942-2273

River Rouge

313-843-1639
tel:+1-313-843-1639
313-843-1639

Romulus

734-942-4857
tel:+1-734-942-4857
734-942-4857

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Teen Health Center Locations

Beaumont has Teen Health Centers located in various cities throughout southeast Michigan:
 

INKSTER
https://www.beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-teen-health-center-westwood
INKSTER
REDFORD
https://www.beaumont.org/locations/child-adolescent-center-center-pierce
REDFORD
RIVER ROUGE
http://beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-teen-health-center-river-rouge
RIVER ROUGE
ROMULUS
http://beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-teen-health-center---romulus
ROMULUS
TAYLOR
https://www.beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-teen-health-center-taylor
TAYLOR
WESTLAND
https://www.beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-child-adolescent-health-center-adams
WESTLAND
TAYLOR (in Taylor high)
https://www.beaumont.org/locations/beaumont-school-wellness-program
TAYLOR (in Taylor high)

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