Taylor Street Primary Care Clinic receives donation from 100 Women Who Care Troy

Detroit – June 13, 2022 – Taylor Street Primary Care Clinic recently accepted a $5,300 grant from 100 Women Who Care Troy, an organization whose members commit $100 quarterly to a non-profit organization in Southeast Michigan. The grant amount includes a 50% match from the Richard Schultze Foundation, which supports human & social services, education, and health & medicine initiatives.

“We have a special interest in organizations that are working to improve access to high quality health care in Detroit neighborhoods,” said Dr. Nancy Hauff, co-founder of 100 Women Who Care Troy, and Wayne State College of Nursing faculty.

Taylor Street Primary Care clinic is a full-service, nurse-manage, primary care clinic that serves patients of all ages. Taylor Street clinic offers preventative, routine, and illness health care, and behavioral health care services.

“The funds from this grant will allow us to provide members of the Virginia Park community the tools and educational resources to make meaningful improvements in their health and wellbeing,” said Dr. Toni Grant, Chief Nursing Officer, Nursing Practice Corporation (NPC).

Located in the Central Detroit Christian Community Development building, at the corner of Taylor St. and Woodrow Wilson St., the Taylor Street Clinic is working to become a valuable resource for residents of Virginia Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.


About: Taylor Street Primary Care Clinic’s, mission is to help the Virginia Park and surrounding communities achieve health and wellness. Services include Acute and chronic care, preventative care, and routine care, of physical and mental health conditions. Taylor Street Primary Care Clinic is owned and operated by Nursing Practice Corporation (NPC) and is the faculty practice plan for Wayne State University’s College of Nursing.