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$2,740 Grant Awarded to Brevard Women and Children’s Residential and Women’s Operation Center Focus Programs from The Community Foundation for Brevard

Aspire is pleased to announce that the Brevard Women and Children’s Residential Program and Women’s Operation Center Focus (OCF) has been awarded a grant for $2,740 from the Community Foundation for Brevard. This grant will fund the Movin’ On Up! Health initiative for Aspire’s Brevard female programs, which includes providing yoga instruction, exercise equipment, and […]

$1,500 Grant Awarded to the Women and Children Residential Treatment Program from Publix Super Markets Charities

Aspire is pleased to announce that the Women and Children Residential Treatment Program in Orange County has been awarded a grant of $1,500 dollars from Publix Super Markets Charities. This grant will be used to enhance the program’s daycare facility by purchasing pre-school reading curriculums, age-appropriate books, gardening supplies, as well as toys, and outdoor […]

$1,000 Dollar Grant Awarded to the Brevard Group Treatment Home From the Orlando City Foundation

Aspire is pleased to announce that the Brevard Group Treatment Home has been awarded a grant of $1,000 dollars from the Orlando City Foundation. This grant will be used to enhance the program’s recreational activities by purchasing new soccer equipment and supplies for its residents. The Brevard Group Treatment Home serves 30 at-risk adolescent males, […]

1 In 4 Quarterly Newsletter April 2017

Click HERE to read the April 2017 Edition of the 1 in 4 Quarterly Newsletter

1 In 4 Quarterly Newsletter January 2017

8 Strategies for Better Mental Health in 2017 We all have areas of our lives that we would like to improve. A new year is the perfect time to begin some new habits to benefit our mental health. Find joy. Think about the people, places and things that make you happy. Make a list and […]

Florida Hospital Awards Aspire Health Partners $470,000

Aspire Health Partners received $470,000 for a navigation program that transfers patients from emergency departments to Aspire for substance abuse or mental health services. Click HERE to read the full article on Orlando Sentinel

Annual Costume Gala: Picture Gallery

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Governor Scott Recognizes Aspire Staff

Governor Scott was in Orlando on September 29th to recognize over 100 Aspire staff members who participated in the response to the Pulse shooting this past June. Congratulations on a job well done! You make Aspire proud!

Children, Teens, School and Pulse Nightclub Trauma

Dale Budha, LCSW Director, Outpatient Counseling Services The Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting both directly and indirectly affected most of the City of Orlando including our children and teens. As children and adolescents return to school, it is important to consider those that may be dealing with trauma associated with the Pulse shooting. The impact of […]

Relapse Prevention Planning

Keith Raskin, MA, LMHC Director of Medical Assisted Treatment Programs The holidays can be stressful. Stress at this time of year is often caused by several factors. This may include the hustle and bustle of shopping, the increased interaction with family, or painful reminders of loved ones that are no longer with us. For individuals […]