Teen Health Services


Physical Health and Mental Health Services include:

  • Primary and preventive health care
  • Health assessments and risk reduction
  • Treatment for illness, including prescriptions
  • Treatment for minor injuries
  • Chronic disease management in partnership with health care provider
  • Physical exams for school, sports, camp, etc.
  • Basic laboratory services and tests
  • Immunizations
  • Vision/hearing screening
  • Sexually-transmitted infection testing, treatment, and prevention counseling
  • Referral for specialty services
  • Individual and family counseling with a Licensed Therapist
  • Health education
  • Outreach and Medicaid Enrollment Assistance
  • Education and resources to help better understand the health care system

Teen Health accepts most insurance, including private plans, Medicaid, and MI-Child. Fees are determined by family-size and income. Medicaid enrollment assistance is available.

Teen Health does not dispense or prescribe birth control medications or devices for pregnancy prevention. Teen Health does not provide abortion counseling or referrals.

Our goal at Teen Health is to promote the health and well-being of adolescents by providing quality care that is accessible and convenient in an environment focused on the unique needs of the adolescent population. In line with the St. Clair County Health Department Nursing Division, Teen Health Center strives for a healthier community through awareness, education, compassion, and trust.

A note about consent:
Parents/guardians must provide consent for their minor children (under 18 years old) to receive services at Teen Health by completing, signing, and returning the “Teen Health General Medical Consent” form. The only exceptions, according to Michigan law, are emergencies that threaten life or limb, substance abuse services, HIV counseling and testing, sexually transmitted infection testing/treatment, and - for minors 14 years and older – mental health services. People who are age 18 and older, those who are legally emancipated, legally married, under court order, in the presence of a law enforcement officer, whose parents cannot be promptly located, and/or are members of the U.S. Armed Forces must provide consent for themselves.

Clients Rights and Responsibilities