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 five active programs are the Breast Health Programs, Community Services with All Deaf, Covering Kids and Families of United Health Services, the Diabetes Resource Center, and the Suicide Prevention Center.
United Health Services is also the grant recipient from the Indiana Department of Health for the Indiana Breast & Cervical Cancer Program, Indiana WISEWOMAN, & Heart Healthy Hoosiers programs.
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.
***If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been around a person who has tested positive, please refrain from coming to the office and call a representative.
United Health Services' Board is made up of volunteers dedicated to the health of our community.
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