Adolescent Health Centers

The Adolescent Health Center Program services are aimed at achieving the best possible physical, intellectual, and emotional status of adolescents by providing services that are high quality, accessible, and acceptable to youth. Included in the Adolescent Health Program are three models of service delivery – Clinical Adolescent Health/Wellness Health Centers, School Wellness Programs, and Behavioral Health Services models (Expanding, Enhancing Emotional Health).

District Health Department #10 currently supports 5 Adolescent Health Centers, 2  School Wellness Programs, and 3 Expanding, Enhancing Emotional  Health (E3) Mental Health Programs within our 10-county jurisdiction that offer services for adolescents.

All of our centers provide care to anyone age 10-21 who attends school or resides in the respective county and their infants/young children. Services can be billed to health insurance if applicable, and if the client has no insurance, the cost of services is on a sliding scale based on income.

Adolescent Health/Wellness Centers

Adolescent Health/Wellness Centers have a Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician’s Assistant (PA) on staff along with a licensed Mental Health Clinician and a Medical Assistant/Clerk. The following  Adolescent Health/Wellness Center’s provide care to anyone age 10-21 who attends school or resides in the respective county and their infants/young children. Services are provided at low or no-cost.

Viking Wellness Center (Crawford County)

VWC Consent Form
Location: Inside Grayling High School
1035 North Old 27
Room C309
Grayling, MI 49738
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 7:30am-4:00pm. Please call ahead for an appointment time.
Phone: 989-344-3540
Primary Care Services: treatment for sickness and injuries, check ups, sports physicals, immunizations, STD testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & counseling, health education programming.
Mental Health Services: mental health assessment,  individual and family counseling, grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups.


Mason County Eastern Adolescent Wellness Center (Mason County)

Location:  Inside MCE High School, MCE Room 428
18 Custer Road
Custer, MI 49405
Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00 during the school year, summer hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:00am-2:00pm
Phone:  231-242-3545
Primary Care Services: treatment for sickness and injuries, check ups, sports physicals, immunizations, STD testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & counseling, health education programming.
Mental Health Services: mental health assessment, individual and family counseling, grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups.


Lake City Wellness Center (Missaukee County)

Location:  Inside Lake City Middle School
251 E. Russell Street
Lake City, MI 49651
Hours:  Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00 during the school year, hours may vary during the summer months.
Phone: 231-282-9039
Primary Care Services: treatment for sickness and injuries, check ups, sports physicals, immunizations, STD testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & counseling, health education programming.
Mental Health Services: mental health assessment, individual and family counseling, grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups.


Shelby Adolescent Health Center (Oceana County)

SAHC Consent Form
SAHC Consent Form – Spanish
Location: Inside Shelby Middle School
525 N State Street
Shelby, MI 49455
Hours: Monday: 7:30am-6:00pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7:30am-4:00pm; Friday: 7:30am-2:00pm. Please call ahead for an appointment time.
Phone: 231-902-8550
Primary Care Services: treatment for sickness and injuries, check ups, sports physicals, immunizations, STD testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & counseling, health education programming.
Mental Health Services: mental health assessment, individual and family counseling, grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups.


Wexford Adolescent Wellness Center (Wexford County)

Wexford Adolescent Wellness Center Consent Form
Location: Inside Cadillac Junior High School
500 Chestnut Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
Hours: Monday- Thursday: 7:45am- 4:00pm; Friday: 7:45am-3:00pm (closed for lunch). Please call ahead for an appointment time.
Phone: (231)306-4900
Primary Care Services: treatment for sickness and injuries, check ups, sports physicals, immunizations, STD testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & counseling, health education programming.
Mental Health Services: mental health assessment, individual and family counseling, grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups.


School Wellness Programs

School Wellness Programs have a Nurse and a licensed Mental Health Clinician on staff. The following  Adolescent Health/Wellness Center’s provide care to anyone age 10-21 who attends school or resides in the respective county and their infants/young children. Services are provided at low or no-cost.

Manton Adolescent Wellness Center (Wexford County)

Manton Adolescent Wellness Center Consent Form
Location: Inside Manton High School
105 5th St
Manton, MI 49663
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm (closed for lunch). Please call ahead for an appointment time.
Phone: 231-306-3010
Nursing services that are available include: care for sickness and injuries, immunizations, STD testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & counseling, referral for care, health education programming.

Mental Health Services: mental health assessment, individual and family counseling, grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups.


Mesick Adolescent Wellness Center (Wexford County)

Mesick Adolescent Wellness Center Consent Form
Location: Inside Mesick High School
581 South Clark Street
Mesick, MI 49668
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:00am-4:00pm (closed for lunch). Please call ahead for an appointment time.
Phone: 231-876-3805

Nursing services that are available include: care for sickness and injuries, immunizations, STD testing & treatment, pregnancy testing & counseling, referral for care, health education programming.

Mental Health Services: mental health assessment, individual and family counseling, grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups.


Expanding, Enhancing Emotional Health (E3) Mental Health Program

Below you will find a list of the school-based wellness centers that offer mental health care only. Services are provided by a licensed Mental Health Clinician and include individual, family, and group counseling. Additional specialty services include grief counseling, trauma counseling, and support groups. Treatments plans are developed between the client(s) and the counselor to ensure needs are being met and goals are achieved. If a student has insurance, the insurance is billed for services.  If a student does not have insurance, the student’s family will be referred to the local health department to get assistance in applying for Medicaid.  No student will be denied services based upon insurance status.

Chippewa Hills Wellness Center (Mecosta County)
Serves students age 10-21 enrolled in Chippewa Hills Public Schools.
Location: Inside Chippewa Hills High School
3226 Arthur Road
Remus, MI 49430
Hours:  Monday through Friday during 8:00 a.m.-4:00 pm during the school year, hours may vary in the summer months.
Phone: 231-305-8674


Brethren Wellness Center (Manistee County)
Serves students ages 5-21 enrolled in Brethren Public Schools.
Location: Inside Brethren High/Middle School
4400 North High Bridge Road
Brethren, MI 49619
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00-4:00 during the school year, hours may vary during the summer months.
Phone: 231-309-8955


Hart Wellness Center (Oceana County)
Serves students ages 10-21 enrolled in Hart Public Schools.
Location: Hart High School
(Located in the reception area across from the principal’s office)
300 West Johnson Street
Hart, MI 49420
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm during the school year, hours may vary during the summer months.  New clients, please speak with school staff at the front desk to make an appointment.
Phone: 231-873-6327


 

Additional Forms

Health History
Notice of Privacy Brochure
Texting Consent
Immunization Consent
MHSAA Sports Physical Form:
Physical Card/Medical History Form (2-page)
Physical Card/Medical History Form/Spanish (2-page)
Physical Exam/Medical History Form (4-page)
Physical Exam/Medical History Form/Spanish (4-page)


Referrals

Adolescent Health Centers accept referrals from school staff (counselors, teachers, administrators) as well as from primary care providers, community mental health, other local providers and parents.

Adolescent Health Center staff does refer students out to other providers when appropriate.