A community health clinic with an on-site pharmacy, we provide high-quality examinations, maintenance and preventive healthcare for adults, regardless of their ability to pay. Open weekdays, it utilizes a staff of physicians and nurse practitioners, many of whom volunteer their time, in the areas of: gynecology, internal medicine, podiatry, physical therapy, dermatology, health coaching, and nutrition.
211 Glendale Ave
Highland Park, MI
Hours: M – F, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
- Exams for Colds, Flu & Ear Infections
- Hypertension Screening & Treatment
- Cholesterol Screening & Treatment
- Diabetes Screening & Treatment
- Laboratory Services
- Gynecological & Breast Exams
- Breast Cancer Screenings & Mammography Referrals
- STD Testing
- Health Education
- Fitness Classes
- Weight Loss Classes
- Podiatry Services
- Wellness Wednesdays
- First Year Program
Originally launched in December of 2008 by SAY Detroit and the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries as the nation’s first free medical clinic devoted to homeless children and their mothers, the clinic has expanded its reach to adult patients with limited income, in transitional housing and employment situations, and who are homeless.
For those who qualify, we provide services free of charge for uninsured or underinsured patients. If you currently have medical insurance, please click here to view a list of accepted insurance plans.
Accepting patients from all over the Detroit area, the clinic averages more than 4,000 patient visits annually.
Corporation sponsorship in fundraising, the donation of equipment and supplies, or coordinating volunteer events for facility and personnel needs is welcome. Please contact SAY Detroit if your organization is interested in partnering with the clinic.
A support group to help Detroit women and moms connect and grow, held monthly at the Ernest T. Ford Recreation Center in Highland Park.
Next event: February 21, 2024, 11:30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.
- Discover the local community resources available to you — there are services that can help if you know where to find them!
- Facilitated by Alexis Harvey, Community Health Worker at SAY Clinic
- Lunch, prizes, network, meet neighbors
- Space is limited & registration required, call 586-345-0225
A free program to support mom and baby through your child’s first year. We offer free baby supplies and education. Clients learn to set goals for baby’s first year and work with a case manager for one-on-one help. Call the clinic to set up an appointment with Alexis Harvey, Community Health Worker.
what is “safe sleep”? why is it important?
Sleep-related deaths are the leading cause of death for infants up to 12 months of age. “First Year” will share guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on how to create a safe sleep environment for baby in your home and help prevent SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome).
who’s it for?
Pregnant mothers and caregivers (mothers, fathers, grandparents and other legal guardians) with children up to age 1.
how do I sign up?
Registration is required. Call Alexis Harvey at (586) 345-0225 for an appointment. Walk-ins are not accepted at this time.
COVID-19 diagnostic testing is available for adults and minor children (with guardian present), by appointment on Monday – Friday from 8:30AM – 2:30PM. Please call (313) 758-6100 to schedule.
Click here to learn how to prepare for your test and what to expect.
Schedule Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment
- Call (313) 758 – 6100
- Patients 18 years of age or older are eligible.
- Please arrive on time, not early or late, for your vaccination.
- Please wear clothing that allows easy access to your upper arm.
- Please be prepared to wait at the Clinic for 15 minutes after your vaccination for observation.
If no appointments are available, our partner Trinity Health, may have availability within its network at the following locations:
COVID-19 diagnostic testing is now available by appointment on Monday – Friday, 8:30AM – 2:30PM at the SAY Detroit Family Health Clinic (211 Glendale Ave, Highland Park.) Please call (313) 758-6100 to make an appointment.
How do I qualify for a test?
Testing is available for any patent who needs one. Minor children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, and must be able to show identification (student ID, birth certificate, etc.)
How do I prepare for a test?
Identification / Contact Information
Please bring with you a state ID or city of Detroit ID. Please bring your mobile phone or have a telephone number to provide to staff if you do not have your own so you can be contacted with results or other necessary follow up.
Personal Protective Wear
To help protect yourself and medical personnel, please arrive wearing a mask or other appropriate face covering over your mouth and nose.If you do not arrive wearing a mask, a handmade mask from volunteers at the Hospital Mask Task Force! may be supplied to you (depending on available supply).
Before you receive a nasal swab test, you will be screened by staff who will take your temperature, measure your blood oxygen level, and discuss your symptoms, if you have any. The procedure takes approximately 10 minutes to complete in full.
When do I get my results?
Results are available within 1– 3 days. You will receive your results by telephone at the number you provided at the time of testing.