Where We Live and Work


We serve communities in Washtenaw, Livingston, Lenawee and western Wayne County. Our office locations are found throughout these communities, from larger cities like Ann Arbor and Brighton, to smaller towns like Clinton and Pinckney. Whether you like city, suburban or county living, our providers reside and commute to their IHA office from many different areas. Some live minutes away from their practice, and some choose to live a little farther away and drive along the scenic roads to their practice. Whatever you choose, Michigan has a variety of locations to fit your needs that you can call home. 

Ann Arbor is a culturally and ethnically diverse city, and home to the University of Michigan. Nestled on the Huron River with a four season climate and an abundance of cultural and outdoor activities, it is easy to see why Ann Arbor is consistently ranked as one of the nation's best cities to live. Ann Arbor offers excellent public and private schools and charming residential areas. Additionally, Detroit, Toledo and Chicago are all within a short driving distance. Ann Arbor is the sixth largest city in Michigan. Learn more.

Brighton has a small town feel with all the amenities of a larger city. With easy access to US 23 and I-96, it is a popular location for commuters. Brighton is an easy 15-minute drive to Ann Arbor, 15 minutes to Novi, and 40 minutes to Detroit or Lansing. Brighton is known for its vibrant and family friendly downtown area. It is home to unique restaurants and bars, trendy boutiques and popular with the young families. There are two metro parks, two state parks and Mt. Brighton Ski Resort. Learn more.

Canton is a great place to live, work and play. It is no surprise that it is one of Michigan's fastest growing communities. The growth is evidenced by new homes, upscale apartments, shops, eateries and businesses. Canton is home to the state's only IKEA, six community parks, and a state-of-the-art community center. Canton is just a short drive to Ann Arbor and Detroit. Learn more.

Chelsea is a charming community located half way between Ann Arbor and Jackson with an eclectic blend of culture; historic downtown area with Victorian era architecture, tree-lined streets and a vibrant art scene. Chelsea honors its agricultural heritage and is still able to provide the feel of big city night life with fine dining and theater, including Jeff Daniel's Purpe Rose Theater. Chelsea is a great place to raise a family with an excellent selection of schools. Learn more.

Clinton is a little town with a big heart. It is famous for their small feel and small town community support. Each September Clinton hosts a Fall Festival. Clinton is 35 minutes southwest of Ann Arbor, 15 minutes west of Saline and eight minutes north of Tecumseh. Learn more.

Howell is a family oriented town that provides easy access to major cities and recreational areas. Howell is an easy 30-minute drive east to Novi, 35 minutes southwest to Ann Arbor and 40 minutes northwest to Lansing. Howell is the county seat of Livingston County, which is full of outdoor recreation activities; three state recreation areas, a state park, access to over 123 miles of trails and 164 recreation lakes. Learn more.

Milan has tree-lined streets, a charming historic downtown, beautiful parks, safe neighborhoods and great schools. Community is very important to the people of Milan. Each year there are many wonderful community events, including parades, car shows, movies and concerts in the park and an extremely energetic and vital Senior Community Center. Milan is a short drive from world-renowned cultural, academic, and sports attractions in Ann Arbor as well as both Detroit and Toledo. Learn more.

Pinckney is a small town conveniently located between Ann Arbor and Brighton. The school system has many award-winning programs, devoted teachers, and administrators. A large portion of the Chain of Lakes runs through Pinckney. The chain is a watershed of the Huron River and contains seven lakes connected by no-wake canals. Many people live year-round on the lakes, and there are numerous summer cottages as well. Learn more.

Plymouth offers an ideal living environment- small town charm with the advantages of two metropolitan areas. Plymouth is located just 15 miles east of Ann Arbor and 25 miles from downtown Detroit. Plymouth offers an abundance of outdoor and cultural activities. It is known for its outstanding festivals and community events. Learn more.