Transportation

We at Zepf Center realize that transportation poses a serious barrier for many of our clients in keeping their appoinments with us.
Transportation

All locations of Zepf Center, with the exception of our Wood County office, are conveniently located on TARTA bus routes.  For further information  onTARTA and its routes you can contact them at (419)243-RIDE (7433), email them at info@tarta.com or visit their website http://tarta.com.

For clients with disabilities, you may be eligible for TARPS services.  For more you can contact them at (419)382-9901, Option 2 or visit them on the web at http://tarta.com/services/tarps

For clients receiving Medicaid, you may be eligible for Non-emergency Transportation Services.  You may inquire about this service by calling Lucas County Job and Family Services at (419)213-8800 or Wood County Job and Family Services at (419)352-7566.

You may also contact your Zepf Case Manager for help in transportation for your Zepf Center appointments.

 

 

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Integrated care is the coordination of general and behavioral health care needs in an effort to treat not just the body but the mind.

ZEPF NEWS & EVENTS

NeuroStar Extends Depression Research Leadership with New Data at US Psych Conference

NeuroStar® Advanced Therapy issued a press release announcing their Outcomes Registry has surpassed a 750 patient milestone and its validation of real-world outcomes for TMS therapy depression treatment. Please read on about the advances in TMS, a therapy Zepf Center is proud to provide.

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Trunk or Treat

The public is invited to join us for our annual Trunk or Treat event on Thursday, October 26th from 4:00 to 5:30 PM at our Woodruff Avenue location. Wear your Halloween costume and bring a bag to collect treats!

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Don't Skirt the Issue - Help!

The Zepf Center is repeating its very successful fundraiser “Don’t Skirt the Issue – Help” on Friday, October 20 at the Zepf Community Center, 2272 Collingwood Blvd. All proceeds are directed towards developing housing specifically for mothers, allowing them to continue working on their recovery without being separated from their children, the #1 reason why women leave treatment.   Last year almost  $30,000 was raised for this project.

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