United Health Services

United Health Services is a family of agencies and programs founded in 1966 to help coordinate the efforts of local small not-for-profit health related organizations.

Dedicated to the principles of service and cooperation, United Health Services programs share staff, facilities and budget to deliver programs in a formal alliance of trust and collaboration.

Our six programs are the Breast Health Programs, Community Services with All Deaf, Covering Kids and Families of North Central Indiana, the Diabetes Resource Center, the Hearing and Speech Center, and the Suicide Prevention Center

United Health Services is also home to the Indiana Breast & Cervical Cancer Program and Indiana WiseWoman programs. 

Our Mission

United Health Services promotes the vitality of individual lives through education, direct services, and advocacy.

Committed to the health of our community, we deliver high quality innovative programs, encourage personal responsibility for wellness and seek collaborative solutions to emerging health needs.

Celebrating 50 Years
Read about how UHS was organized in 
this 1966 article from the South Bend Tribune.
Our Staff

Our staff has years of experience and can give you the care you deserve.
Click here for a full directory with extensions and emails.

Our Board of Directors

Our board is made up of volunteers who are dedicated to the health and well being of our community.
Click here for a listing of our board.

Congratulations to board member Ed Battjes for being one of this year's Michiana Forty under 40!

United Health Services is a local not for profit that runs on the generosity of contributors like you. 


United Health Services is a proud member of the St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce.

Some programs of United Health Services receive funding from the United Way of St. Joseph County.

Click the photo for information on our event and our sponsors.


Upcoming Events

Michiana's Cancer Survivor Day: June 4th at Four Winds Field
Click here for tickets.
Question, Persuade, Refer Training (QPR) is a 2 hour training presented by the Suicide Prevention Center which teaches anybody the three steps to help prevent a death from suicide. The training is only $20, which covers the cost of the materials. June 7th Registration

Paint the Town Yellow 2016

Thursday, June 16th in South Bend
A walk & fun run at Seitz Park/Riverwalk to raise funds for youth suicide prevention programs. 

Registration is OPEN.

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