We had an incredible night as did the 9 bucket list trip winners who supported Central City Integrated Health in Detroit!
They offer healthcare services which are easily accessible to this underserved community. The Midtown Detroit area is federally designated as a high poverty area within a city that has experienced severe economic stress for the past two decades. The service area census tracts have a population of 13,422, with approximately 3,944 homeless individuals living in shelters, temporary housing, or on the streets. There are three homeless shelters located within the service area, along with 3,500 residents of public housing.
The most critical need for these special populations is expanded access to affordable primary care, behavioral health care, dental services, housing, employment, and support services–all services provided by Central City Integrated Health.