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HELP Announces Plans to Establish LGBT Health Center in Detroit

Health Emergency Lifeline Programs (HELP) announces plans to establish

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a community based health center with a dedicated focus on meeting the needs of LGBT community in Metropolitan Detroit.

 “It is our vision to establish a high quality, welcoming and inclusive health center that will embrace all patients for who they are and provide excellent clinical services with culturally competent providers. We intend to partner with clinicians, health systems, academic institutions, leaders and stakeholders throughout the community to develop programs that address the unique health care needs of LGBT patients in a dedicated medical home. The center will integrate primary care, behavioral health and a selection of medical specialties. Support services designed to enhance health and well-being, reduce barriers to care and promote positive outcomes will be integral to the Center’s holistic approach.”

In May, HELP will host the 7th annual Cheers to HELP wine tasting event.

Proceeds will benefit the new clinic.

Health Emergency Lifeline Programs (HELP) is a non-profit community-based organization which empowers members of the community to manage their health needs and live healthy, productive lives. The agency provides a wide range of services to people living with HIV or Hepatitis C in Southeast Michigan and serves the general public with health care navigation and mental health counseling. Programs foster sustainable positive outcomes and stability for over 1,500 clients each year.


 

Health Emergency Lifeline Programs (HELP) is a non-profit community-based organization which empowers members of the community to manage their health needs and live healthy, productive lives. The agency provides a wide range of services to people living with HIV or Hepatitis C in Southeast Michigan and serves the general public with health care navigation and mental health counseling. Programs foster sustainable positive outcomes and stability for over 1,500 clients each year.

HELP welcomes contributions of any amount. Your donation will help families and individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C in Southeastern Michigan.