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Hope Clinic
Hearing Impairments

Patti Radzik

Director of Development

Patti has spent her career establishing, fostering and expanding corporate relationships with key partners across SE Michigan as well as creating and executing strategy for large-scale, premier fundraising events.

She approaches her work with an attitude of servant leadership putting the needs of others before her own. Before coming to Hope Patti worked doing development for over 20 years at the National MS Society, Michigan Theological Seminary, and at March of Dimes .

Billy Kangas

Director of Community Engagement

A seasoned entrepreneur, innovator and educator; Billy Kangas is a loves to connect people with purpose. He has spent the last 15 years working at the intersection of faith and service at both the local and national level. He has led churches, non-profits, start-ups, and ministries. He has written, spoken and taught widely issues related to faith, justice, and mission. He has a pastoral approach and a community first ideology.

His academic research focuses on how prayer, ritual, worship and liturgy impact community life and social action. Billy lives in Ypsilanti, Mi with his wife and 3 boys.

Billy oversees the volunteer team, community relations team, Church relations team and communications team at Hope Clinic.

Fun Fact: Billy was a co-founder of Cultivate Coffee & Taphouse in Ypsilanti

M. Douglas Campbell

Executive Director

Doug is a native of Detroit who left to study Art History at Kenyon College in Ohio. While there, he began to truly explore his own faith and beliefs. This began a journey that would eventually lead him to love and serve Jesus Christ, a decision that would change his life forever. It was while he was working as a development officer in Ohio that he first started feeling called to ministry. Following the call, Doug enrolled at Princeton Theological Seminary.

As part of his seminary formation, Doug spent a year in Scotland as a student minister. The church he was serving appreciated him so much that they invited him to remain as a full-time pastor for one year. He and his wife Emily, who is also a pastor, moved to Scotland where what was initially one year quickly became ten. During that time, Doug and Emily welcomed their two girls into their family. Doug also became the development officer for the Scottish Bible Society, an organization that works so that all people around the world have access to affordable Bibles in their own language. Eventually he was appointed their Chief Executive, a position he served for over seven years.

Doug and his family returned to the states where he has served as a consultant to non-profits and as an interim pastor in various churches across Metro Detroit. Since coming to Hope, he has shared how impressed he is with the staff and volunteers and how their ministry in the name of Christ offers real hope to everyone in need. He is looking forward to building relationships with all the members of Hope’s community. Whether he is in the lobby, one of the clinics, or in his own office, he is always excited to meet new people.

Emergency & Basic Needs


Advocacy Services

  • Evaluating clients’ eligibility for entitlement programs including ACA healthcare coverage, Medicaid, and SNAP assistance
  • Providing assistance with applications for entitlement programs and medication assistance
  • Connecting clients with other resources and organizations in the community that can provide assistance
  • Call 734-484-2989 to arrange an appointment.

Baby Care

  • Providing emergency diapers, wipes, baby food, and formula as available
  • Located in the Hope Center building, 518 Harriet St., Ypsilanti
  • Walk-in Thursdays from 2:00 – 4:00 pm—no appointment necessary

Care and Share Closet

  • Providing personal care items and household cleaning supplies
  • Located in the Hope Center building, 518 Harriet St., Ypsilanti
  • Care and Share items may be obtained during a food bank appointment or on a walk-in basis in emergency situations

Financial Assistance

  • Providing limited financial help for prescription co-pays, transportation to medical appointments, or help with other emergency financial needs
  • Call 734-484-2989 to arrange an appointment

Wash With Care

  • Providing a place for families and individuals to do their laundry
  • Located in the Hope Center building, 518 Harriet St., Ypsilanti
  • Call 734-961-3124 Friday mornings at 9:30 am for an appointment the following week—slots fill up quickly!

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Food Programs


Food Pantry

  • Providing food to families and individuals in need
  • Located in the Hope Center building, 518 Harriet St., Ypsilanti

To make an appointment, Call 734-961-3124 after 9:30

For food pick-up on:
    Wednesday from 1:00 – 4:00 pm
    Friday from 9:00 am – noon
    Saturday from 10:00 am – noon
Produce Distribution - Providing fresh vegetables and fruit to families in need
  • Located in the Farmstand 454 building, 454 Harriet St., Ypsilanti
  • Distribution Monday 2:00 – 3:00 pm and Thursday 5:30 – 7:00 pm
  • Call 734-484-2989 Tues., Wed. or Thurs. to register for Thursday distribution and Fri. or Mon. for Monday distribution

Weekend Meals

  • Serving hot meals to the hungry and homeless–all are welcome
  • Located in the Hope Center building, 518 Harriet St., Ypsilanti
  • Every Saturday and Sunday from 4:00 – 5:00 pm, walk-in basis

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Dental Clinic


Hope Dental Clinic provides general preventive and restorative care with compassion and dignity to those without dental insurance or the ability to pay for dental care. Our staff dentists, assistants, and hygienists, as well as our growing base of volunteer dentists, are here to serve the needs of our patients and provide quality care.

Our goal is to not only restore smiles, but to also restore dignity, self-respect, and self-confidence.

Services Provided:

  • Cleanings
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Sealants
  • Fillings
  • Simple extractions

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 12:00 pm & 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

In 2016, Hope Dental Clinic:

  • provided 4,323 dental visits
  • utilized 1,955 volunteer hours
  • provided for 127 specialty care referrals

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Ypsilanti Medical Clinic


Hope Medical Clinic in Ypsilanti provides free primary care for patients without financial means to cover their healthcare costs. If you have an urgent issue please dial 911 or go to an emergency room.

About Hope Medical Clinic:

  • Hope accepts new patients every week, as capacity allows.
  • A $5 donation for service is requested, but not required.
  • Over 200 doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and pharmacists donate their time, along with more than 250 administrative volunteers.
  • Donors and pharmaceutical firms provide free medications for many patients.
  • Patients who meet financial qualifications may receive discounted lab and radiology tests at local hospitals.
  • Many patients receive free specialist care from our network of volunteer
  • NOTE: Hope does not offer prescriptions for controlled medications or for birth control.

Hope Medical Clinic, Ypsilanti, MI

518 Harriet Street
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
(734) 481-0111

New Patients:

To become a Hope patient, call 734-481-0111 to pre-register and schedule appointments. It is best to call on Monday morning. Some Saturday appointments are available.

If possible, please also bring the following documents:

  • Medical records from last 2 years
  • Prescription bottles
  • Federal tax form 1040 for the previous year
  • Medicaid or Healthy Michigan denial letter, if you’ve applied in the last 2 years
  • Social Security benefits letter
  • Pension benefits letters

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Medical Clinics: Wayne Hope Clinic


Hope’s Wayne Medical Clinic provided over 881 visits to 355 patients. In addition 2,090 volunteer hours were donated and over $77,000 worth of prescriptions were provided to our patients. Basic lab tests are generously provided by St. Mary Mercy Hospital in Livonia.

Hours of operation:

  • 9 am-2 pm Tuesday and Friday
  • 8 am-1 pm Saturday
  • Third Tuesday each month: 5:30 pm to 8 pm

33608 Palmer Road, Westland, MI 48185.
Phone: (734) 710-6688

Also, if possible, bring the following:

  • Medical records from last 2 years
  • Prescription bottles
  • Federal tax form 1040 for the previous year
  • Medicaid or Healthy Michigan denial letter, if you’ve applied in the last 2 years
  • Social Security benefits letter
  • Pension benefits letters
  • A $5 donation for service – requested, but not required

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Medical Clinics


Our clinics provide free primary medical care to uninsured and under-insured patients. People say we’re pretty awesome! In 2016 we provided:

    • Over 4,000 patient visits between our two clinics
    • Over $400,000 worth of medically necessary prescriptions

Hope is able to provide these services because of our wonderful volunteers and partnerships:

  • Professionals who donated over 20,000 hours of services in 2016
  • Area hospitals who partner with Hope to provide lab and radiology services

See I told you we were pretty awesome!

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