AHI’s Impact

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.

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Our Success

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of Adolescent Champion clinics experienced improved adolescent patient satisfaction scores.
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of Adolescent Champion clinics improved their adolescent-centeredness.

Adolescent Champion clinics experience

improved clinic culture around adolescent-centered care.

increased staff and provider knowledge of and attitudes toward minor consent laws.

increased provider comfort in caring for adolescent patients.

increase in adolescent patients who would recommend the health center to their peers.

Awards & Recognition

IPFCC Partnership Award 2018

The Institute For Patient- and Family-Centered Care selected the Adolescent Health Initiative to receive the 2018 Partnership Award for its Youth-Led Health Center Assessment Process.

STFM Innovative Program Award 2017

The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine selected the Adolescent Health Initiative to receive the 2017 STFM Innovative Program Award for its Adolescent Champion Model.

Hilary E.C. Millar Award 2016

The Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine’s 2016 Hilary E.C. Millar Award for Innovative Approaches to Adolescent Health Care.

University of Michigan President's Innovation 2016

The University of Michigan’s 2016 President’s Innovation Finalist for the Train the Trainer Workshop of Providing Patient-Centered Care to Transgender Adolescents.

University of Michigan's President's Innovation 2015

The University of Michigan’s 2015 Presidents Innovation Finalist for the Adolescent Champion Model.

Outstanding Emerging Innovation Program 2015

Healthy Teen Network’s 2015 Award for Outstanding Emerging Innovation Program for the Adolescent Champion Model.

Learning Catalyst Award 2015

The University of Michigan Health System’s 2015 Learning Catalyst Award for Sparks.


Who We’ve Worked With

Alaska Division of Public Health
All Care Health Center
American Institutes for Research
Arizona Department of Health Services
Arthur Hill High School SBHC
Baltimore City Health Department 
Beaumont Health System 
Cardea Services
Casper Children's Center
Children's Hospital of Los Angeles
Children's Medical Center
Children's National Medical Center- Dunbar Senior High School SBHC
CMG Teen Health Clinic
Colorado Department of Health
DC Department of Health 
Denver Health Westside Pediatric Clinic
Eau Claire City-County Health Department 
Eau Claire Co. Health Department
El Buen Samaritano
Family Planning Health Services – Stevens Point 
Harris County Public Health
Health Delivery Inc. 
Health Department of Northwest Michigan 
Healthy Teen Network 
Helen DeVos Adolescent Medicine 
Helen DeVos Pediatrics 
Henry Ford Health System 
HHS Office of Adolescent Health
Hope Clinic
Hornet Health Center
IHA Canton Pediatrics 
IHA Family Medicine Arbor Park 
IHA Pediatrics Arbor Park 
Iowa Department of Public Health 
Ironmen Health Center
Kids First Health Care: Adams City Middle School
Kids First Health Care: Adams City High School
Kids First Health Care: Gregory Hill Early Childhood Center
Kids First Health Care: Kearney Middle School
Lander Medical Clinic
Lanier High Teen Wellness Clinic
Laramie Pediatrics
Legacy Community Health Servics, Inc.
Lone Star Family Health Center
Marshfield Clinic - Lake Hallie
Marshfield Clinic - Oakwood
Marshfield Clinic - Pediatrics
Matagorda Episcopal Health Outreach Program
Medical College of Wisconsin
MedStart Health- Anacostia Senior High School SBHC
Memorial Hospital 
Michigan Medicine 
Michigan Medicine- Briarwood Family Medicine 
Michigan Medicine- Briarwood Pediatrics 
Michigan Medicine- Brighton Pediatrics 
Michigan Medicine- Canton Adult Medicine & Pediatrics 
Michigan Medicine- Chelsea Family Medicine 
Michigan Medicine- Dexter Family Medicine 
Michigan Medicine- Domino’s Farms Family Medicine 
Michigan Medicine- East Ann Arbor Adult Medicine & Pediatrics 
Michigan Medicine- East Ann Arbor Pediatrics 
Michigan Medicine- Livonia Family Medicine
Michigan Medicine- Northville Pediatrics 
Michigan Medicine- Saline Pediatrics
Michigan Medicine- Ypsilanti Pediatrics 
Midtown Clinic Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin 
Minnesota Department of Health
Mississippi Department of Health 
Mumford High School
North Lakes Community Clinic 
Northern Nevada HOPES
Obstetrics & Gynecology at Michigan Medicine 
Oneida Co. Health Department
Oregon Health Authority 
Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
Pediatric Partners
Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland
Port Huron High School SBHC
Prevention First
RAHS Beecher High School
RAHS Lincoln High School
RAHS Lincoln Middle School
RAHS Northwestern High School
RAHS Pathways to Success
RAHS Scarlet Middle School
RAHS Ypsilanti Community High School
RAHS Ypsilanti Community Middle School
Saginaw High School SBHC
School Based Health Alliance
South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Special Health Resources for Texas, Inc.
Spectrum Health 
Spring Branch Community Health Center
St. Clair County Health Department 
St. John Providence Pediatrics 
St. Joe’s Medical Group Livonia Adult Medicine & Pediatrics 
St. Joseph Health System 
State Adolescent Health Resource Center
Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
The Corner Health Center
Unity Health Care- Woodson Senior Health School SBHC
UnityPoint Health Trinity Muscatine
University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute
University of Michigan School of Social Work
University of Wyoming Family Medicine
US Health and Human Services Region IV 
UT Physician's Pediatric Teen Clinic
University of Wisconsin Health - Bellville
University of Wisconsin Health - Northeast
University of Wisconsin Health - Verona
Vecino Health Centers - Children's Airline Clinic
Western Health Center
Wyoming Department of Health
Youth Catalytics
Youthville Health Center
Who We’ve Worked With