Pathways Behavioral Services
3362 University Avenue
Substance abuse evaluations, individual and group counseling, residential treatment, and prevention services. Pathways accepts third party payment and charges on a sliding fee scale for clients without insurance.
Access Evaluations & Education
1903 W. Ridgeway Ave.
UNI LOCATION (for UNI students only) TUESDAYS in the Student Health Center – 2nd Floor
Go online at www.accessevals.com/request-an-appointment to schedule an appointment or call 319-252-4631
2101 Kimball Avenue
Detoxification services, chemical dependency outpatient and inpatient treatment programs for adults and adolescents, relapse prevention and continuing care programs, substance abuse evaluations and treatment referrals. Covenant will bill insurance providers for the cost of an evaluation. Clients who need an evaluation because of an OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) charge, must pay a $152 fee on the day of the testing. The fee for non-OWI evaluations is $218. Clients without insurance who request non-OWI evaluations must pay the fee in full before they can schedule an evaluation appointment.
3510 Kimball Avenue
Substance abuse evaluations, including court-referrals, self-referrals, employment referrals, and family/significant other referrals, are $125. Ms. Helm can file insurance claims for Midland’s Choice and BlueCross/Blue Shield. Evaluations for legal matters must be paid in cash. She cannot receive Title XIX reimbursements.
1825 Logan Avenue
Substance abuse evaluations and treatment referrals for adolescents and adults; outpatient substance abuse treatment services for adolescents (after-school program); outpatient gambling treatment program for adults. Allen provides evaluations on a small scale, due to staffing constraints. When their counselors have enough time for evaluations, a maximum of three evaluations are scheduled per week. Clients must pay the $125 fee in advance of the appointment. They do not file insurance claims for evaluations. Therefore, if your insurance covers the cost of an evaluation, you may want to complete it at another agency.
Employees who need alcohol/other drug assistance are strongly encouraged to seek confidential assistance through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP).