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Unison Health accepts most private insurances, Ohio Medicaid and Medicare. Any Lucas County resident without insurance can contact Unison Health and may be eligible for Unison Health services.
Any Lucas County resident requesting mental health and/or AOD services, regardless of payer source, can come directly to Unison Health for services. For more information please call our intake department 419-936-7525.
To receive services at any of Unison Health's three convenient locations, please call the main intake number at 419-693-0631.
If services are not covered by your insurance you are responsible for payment.
The initial assessment is $130 and $40 per session.
Your social security number is required for enrollment and services.
Please have your social security number and insurance information.
The person I am referring is a minor and has a legal guardian – what type of information do I need to have available?
Certified documentation/verification of guardianship to your initial appointment. The guardian must accompany the client.
You can expect to spend 5-10 minutes with a member of our professional intake staff. The staff will gather basic demographic information such as your name, birth date, and insurance information. Please be prepared to share with us why you think you need services. Unison Health's intake staff will verify your insurance and assist you in determining the best plan for your treatment and/or recovery. At the conclusion of your call you will be scheduled for your initial diagnostic assessment. The initial diagnostic assessment takes approx 1 ½ to 2 hours.
Initially, you’ll spend a few minutes with a member of our professional intake staff. He or she will collect some basic information and asses your needs, then we’ll verify your insurance coverage and schedule your individual diagnostic assessment.
Adults - picture identification and medical insurance card.
Child – social security card or birth certificate and medical insurance card.
No, but it is recommended for continuity of care.
Yes. Unison Health abides by HIPAA regulations. Privacy Statement
Please click on "Map and Directions" or the actual map for directions to get to one of our locations.
1425 Starr Avenue
1212 Cherry Streeet
544 East Woodruff Avenue
Unison Training Center
Due to confidentiality and purpose of consent for treatment.
Yes, based on your insurance, Medicaid status, and ability to pay.