Adolescent Health Initiative
Reclaiming Missed Opportunities

Health centers across the country often struggle with missed opportunities to provide adolescents the best care. We can help!

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Our Team

Our team is passionate about working with health care providers and systems to help them improve their care and better serve adolescents.


Learn about our annual conference, past conferences and Connection Sessions.

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Adolescent Health Initiative
3621 S. State Street
Ann Arbor MI, 48108
Phone: 734-998-2009
Resources by Type

AHI offers training, consulting, videos, webinars, and other youth-friendly materials to help health centers across the country improve their adolescent-centered care.

Resources by Topic

From adolescent sexuality to youth empowerment, we offer multiple topical resources of various types to help equip you to meet the unique needs of adolescents.

Quality Improvement Initiatives

Whether meeting grant deliverables, executing exciting program initiative or because you simply want to improve youth-friendly services, take a minute to review AHI’s Quality Improvement Initiatives to discover where we can support your work.

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Transforming the Health Care Landscape

The Adolescent Health Initiative works to transform the health care landscape to optimize adolescent health and well-being through practice improvement, education, research, and youth and community engagement.

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Our Reach
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AHI’s goal is to transform the health care landscape for adolescents and young adults. We partner with primary care, school-based health, and youth-serving organizations that have spanned 44 states (including D.C. and Puerto Rico). Are you interested in working with us?

Learn about how to work with Adolescent Health Initiative.

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Our Work
AHI has received national and international recognition for our innovative approaches to transforming health care for adolescents and young adults.

Through improving health center environments, policies, and practices and training staff and providers, AHI’s evidence-based models have increased access to youth-friendly care across the country.
Health centers have gone through Adolescent Champion Model or the Adolescent Center Environment
Health care professionals attended our Connection Session or Annual Conference on Adolescent Health
Health care professionals engaged in our online communities
Amplifying Youth Voice
Recognizing Equity for Adolescent Change in Healthcare (REACH)

The Recognizing Equity for Adolescent Change in Healthcare (REACH) is a diverse group of youth ages 15-22 in the Washtenaw County area who serve as an advisory council to the Adolescent Health Initiative.

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