1726 Howard Street
Detroit, MI 48216
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Monday8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday8:30am - 5pm
Wednesday8:30am - 5pm
Thursday8:30am - 5pm
Friday8:30am - 5pm
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phone: (313) 832-3300
toll-free: (888) 435-5655
fax: (313) 832-3393
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New Facility Hours!
Telehealth Visits after 5 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays by Appointment.

Please stay up-to-date on the latest information about Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) by visiting these sites for information about symptoms, testing, and resources:




Effective Thursday March 19, 2020 until further Notice


PLEASE CALL US AT (313) 832-3300

For Corktown Health Center Medical Patients:

Call us at (313) 832-3300. The clinic staff will be reduced but we are here for you. We will evaluate you and treat you over the phone to help limit your exposure to other illnesses. If after a phone evaluation, you need to come to our office, we will make an appointment for you to be seen as quickly as possible. We will continue to provide medication refills, insurance paperwork and other requests by phone only.  

For Behavioral Health Patients:

All therapists will be working off site. Your therapist will contact you directly and arrange to meet with you by teleconference. 

HIV Support Services:

Most HIV support staff will work off site. We will have a small number of staff available by appointment only. Most services will be provided by phone, by mail, or teleconference.
Patients in need of Food vouchers/supplements, and emergency financial assistance please call (313) 832-3300.
Patients who need Case management and other services like assistance with insurance please call (313) 832-3300.
We will continue to monitor information from federal, state and local officials and will provide updates.  In the meanwhile we suggest visiting www.cdc.gov/coronavirus  or www.michigan.gov/coronavirus for the latest updates.
Please visit www.corktownhealth.org or check Corktown Health Center on Facebook for updates


Behavioral Health

HELP’s Behavioral Health program offers a variety of interventions to address mental health concerns, behavioral changes, and other psychosocial needs of our clients. Our services include individual, couple, family, and group therapy sessions; gender-affirming assessment and referrals for our transgender clients, and support for the changing needs of our clients.

Early Intervention Services

EIS provides services for clients who are newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, people who are new to the Detroit Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA) and people who have lost medical care for a period of 6 months or greater. EIS responsibility is to aid in the access to services by providing clients with linkage to medical and supportive care services.

Food & Nutrition

Here at HELP our main goal is to keep clients healthy and that begins with what they eat. HELP Food & Nutrition program provides clients with nutritional assistance services such as food vouchers, nutritional supplements, and medical nutritional therapy with our Registered Dietitian.

Housing & Financial Assistance

HELP provides financial support for utility & housing assistance necessary to stay in medical care and improve the overall quality of life.

Case Management

Whether you are newly diagnosed with HIV or have been receiving care for a long time, a Case Manager will work with you directly to help you arrange the services you need. Our case managers are experts on local services for people living with HIV, including medical care, insurance and financial assistance with medical treatment. 

Tobacco Cessation

No lectures, no pressure, and no fear tactics – this is your quit journey! Our Tobacco Treatment Specialists offer one-on-one support for people who use commercial tobacco products. Personalized tobacco… read more »

PrEP Navigation

Our PrEP Navigation program helps clients who are at risk of contracting HIV with accessing PrEP (Truvada for Pre Exposure Prophylaxis). The PrEP Navigator’s role is to support clients in… read more »