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What Red Ribbon Week is All About

Last month we recognized Red Ribbon Week, one of the longest running nationwide substance-abuse prevention campaigns. The week was about raising awareness, promoting advocacy, and sharing resources to help our friends and family who may be struggling with addictive substances. Unfortunately, since the start of the pandemic we have seen a prolific increase in those who are suffering and even […]

What Kids Teach Us During the Holidays

Our holiday season has kicked into full gear! I am so looking forward to the soft change in weather, and how this time of year can steer our focus away from the business of life and onto celebrations and the key relationships that mean so much to us. That is why this season is undoubtedly […]

Helping Kids Readjust to New School Environments in the Midst of COVID-19

For kids in school this Fall, my hope and prayer is that a sense of comfortable familiarity will begin to return for our children. Opportunities for kids to do outdoor activities, school programming and socializing are arising again, and I encourage parents to begin asking themselves, “how can I help my child(ren) get back to […]

Let’s Talk About Your Mental Health

September is National Recovery Month. What better time to celebrate the gains made by those in recovery, to talk about advancements in our field that make recovery more achievable, and to honor the dedication of those who make recovery in all its forms possible? Psychological assessment, medication management, group and individual counseling, and case management […]

Adult Care Centers Public News Release for Non-pricing Programs

We announce the sponsorship of the U. S. Department of Agriculture’s Child and Adult Care Food Program. Meals will be available at no separate charge to enrolled eligible participants at the center(s) listed below and will be provided regardless of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, gender identity, religion, reprisal, and where applicable, political beliefs, […]

REQUEST FOR BID (RFB)

Aspire Health Partners is seeking bids from suitably qualified and experienced construction firms for the Clarcona Point Rehabilitation Project located at 5600 Clarcona Ocoee Road in Orlando, Florida 32808. Aspire Health Partners seeks a construction firm to acquire permits, perform all construction-related tasks and successfully achieve a Certificate of Occupancy, based on the construction documents […]

Siding Replacement on Orlando Counseling Center

Aspire Health Partners ,Inc. will be accepting bids for the replacement of siding at one of our properties located in Orlando Florida. Bids are due no later than February 26, 2021 at 10am. Bid documents can be found at this link.

TRUE HEALTH – COVID-19: Screening, Testing, and Telehealth Services

March 26, 2020 SANFORD, FL – COVID-19 is having a devastating impact in our community. More than 400,000 cases have been confirmed across the globe. Currently, Florida is ranked seventh in the United States, with over 1,900 confirmed cases. In the coming weeks, community health centers will experience a surge in individuals looking to receive […]

National Rx Tack Back Day!

National Rx Tack Back Day! Saturday, October 27, 10:00AM – 2:00PM. Click HERE to find your local police station, pharmacy or community center hosting a prescription drug #TakeBackDay location.

Recommendation of Award Letter

Aspire Health Partners, Inc. has issued a Recommendation of Award Letter for the CDBG funding currently being received for the Roof Replacement portion of the project for the property located at 8301 E. Colonial Drive, Orlando FL 32817. This Recommendation of Award letter has been given to Tip Top Roofing Co Inc, 660 W Kennedy […]