Notice of Priority Admissions to Substance Abuse Treatment

The Federal Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, has identified certain populations that must receive priority admission to treatment when the cost of the services is covered by the Federal Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SAPT) Block Grant. Since Aspire Health Partners is a recipient of Block Grant […]

Anxiety Disorders

Thomas Greenman, LMHC Sr. Vice President of Acute Care Anxiety disorders are characterized by excessive fear and worry. The fear and worry are not connected to ‘real’ events but persist despite the lack or real threats and the individuals cannot control it. What can anxiety ‘look like’? Restlessness, on edge, ‘keyed up’ Easily fatigues Difficulty […]

Opioid Addiction – Who is at risk?

The death of music legend Prince has brought addiction to opioids into general discussion once again. Aspire Health Partners plays a crucial role in helping those with this addiction. 4.3 million Americans engaged in non-medical use of prescription painkillers in the last month. Approximately 1.9 million Americans met criteria for prescription painkillers use disorder based […]

Child Human Trafficking

Are your children at risk? Christine Suehle, MPA Sr. V.P. Business Development The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services estimates that between 244,000 and 325,000 American youth are considered at risk for sexual exploitation, and an estimated 199,000 incidents of sexual exploitation of minors occur each year in the United States. Fifty-four percent are […]

Honorable Belvin Perry, Jr. Honored at CRC, Princeton Campus

February 8, 2016 – The Orange County Central Receiving Center at Aspire Health Partners Princeton Campus has been renamed The Honorable Belvin Perry, Jr. Central Receiving Center. The dedication ceremony was hosted by Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs on Thursday, February 4, 2016. Judge Perry and his family were joined by life-long friends and dignitaries […]

Aspire Staff Contribute to the United Way

Every year Aspire Health Partners staff contribute to the United Way Campaign. This year they pledged more than $17,000.

Aspire Health Partners Receives $100,000 Grant

Orlando Magic Youth Fund benefits Zebra Coalition providing services to LGBT Aspire Health Partners was awarded a $100,000 grant from the Orlando Magic Youth Fund as part of the fund’s $1,000,000 grant awards ceremony on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at Amway Center. The grant is specifically provided to Zebra Coalition which provides services for LGBT […]

Aspire Health Partners Integrates Services for Children and Adolescents

Youth with co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse to benefit. Orlando, FL – January 5, 2016, Aspire Health Partners created an integrated juvenile crisis and addictions receiving program by co-locating the existing JARF (Juvenile Addictions Receiving Facility) program with the Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit (CCSU) on Kennedy Blvd.  This is the first integrated unit for […]

Aspire Health Partners Featured in the Orlando Sentinel

Aspire Health Partners was featured on the front cover of the Orlando Sentinel on Sunday December 27th.  Read more below. Agency allows people to aspire for a new life After all the arrests and drugs and domestic abuse she’d experienced, you’d think Amy Fedoration might have a hard time choosing the single worst time of her […]