At St. John Providence Health System, we recognize that every community and every person is different. That's why St. John Community Health offers a wide variety of health and wellness programs that meet diverse needs, regardless of economic status and physical condition.
Community Health Programs
Health Care for the Uninsured - primary care services for those in need and without insurance.
School-based Health Centers - free medical care, counseling and health education programs for students at participating schools in Detroit.
Ryan White Program - provides services to uninsured HIV patients who need early intervention, diagnosis and treatment.
Parish Nursing - assesses and addresses the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of individuals and families within the context of a faith community.
Open Arms - a grieving children’s support and prevention program.
Community Outreach and Education - offering prevention, encouraging healthy lifestyles and helping individuals cope with illness.
Infant Mortality Project - empowers families to help themselves by making a connection with mothers, fathers and other family members to help build and sustain families, reverse the high infant mortality rate, promote literacy and increase access to health care.
Healthy Neighborhoods Detroit - An economic and neighborhood revitalization approach integrating healthcare, education and training, and affordable housing.
Senior Wellness Center - The Senior Wellness Center provides a variety of programs at little or no cost to enhance the physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual health and well-being of seniors.
Online Health Information - wellness and health information, plus interactive tools.
Community Health Administrative Offices
Warren, MI 48092
Cynthia Taueg, Vice President, Community Health
Barb Gonzales, Administrative Assistant