Like you, Aspire believes that the best way to serve others, is to serve the whole person. It’s a weighty goal. But whether it’s administering whole health services to families, helping Hoosiers to work by providing employment assistance, or bringing mental health to our deaf clients, Aspire strives to integrate care.
We are meeting clients where they are, physically in the four counties we serve and beyond. By providing not just recovery services for our clients in addiction treatment facilities and recovery residences, but rather an entire continuum of care. By providing telehealth services to thousands of behavioral health clients without skipping a beat during the early days of the pandemic. By providing housing to some of Indiana’s most vulnerable.
As we have grown, we’ve done so with the needs of our clients at the forefront. Better outcomes? We know from experience it takes integrated care that is truly client-centered. But we can only achieve more with your help. Be a part of Aspire’s vision to expand our holistic, wrap-around approach to care that encompasses social determinants of health, for healthier Indiana families and communities.
To discuss Planned Giving opportunities such as bequests, trusts, and gifts of real estate, please contact Darrell Mitchell at 317-587-0560.
The Indiana NAP offers tax credits of up to $2.5 million as an incentive to help nonprofits leverage contributions to help economically disadvantaged areas or people. Each year, the Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) offers up to $2.5 million in NAP (Neighborhood Assistance Program) tax credits to be distributed by 501(C)(3) nonprofit corporations. These organizations, including all four corporations that make up the Aspire Health system, can offer credits to donors.
IHCDA NAP tax credits work like a rebate from the state. By giving to Aspire Indiana through this program, you will reduce your state tax liability by 50% of your donation. Any person, business, or organization that has Indiana income tax liability are eligible to give through the program. Donors can also give over a period of time within the same calendar year to build up to a larger contribution.
Contact us to see if there are credits still available for Aspire.
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Once the Donor Contribution and Donor Acknowledgement Form is complete please scan and return them via email or print and mail them to us with your gift to 9615 E. 148th St., Noblesville , IN 46060.
Aspire Indiana Health and Progress House have joined forces to offer an evolution of addiction treatment, which we refer to as the Whole Health Recovery Continuum (WHRC). Instead of scattering the pieces to the recovery puzzle and expecting people to find them, the WHRC brings everything needed for a highly-effective recovery program, including a stable, safe place to live. In this continuum of care, there is no right or wrong place to enter treatment.
We are proud to announce that our first Capital Campaign will focus on building out our Whole Health Recovery Continuum for women. We are working with stakeholders in Hamilton County to open a residential treatment facility for women. As the next piece of the continuum, we will be opening Progress House for Women recovery residences.
Join us in offering women in Central Indiana the opportunity to reach their potential and live their best lives. Your support saves and changes lives, reconciles families and heals communities. Together we can break familial cycles of addiction and start healing the generational wounds caused by this devastating disease.
According to the DCS, Madison County has one of the highest rates of child abuse and neglect cases per capita in Indiana. Kids Talk conducts child-friendly forensic interviews with children who are reported to have been victims of sexual or physical abuse or neglect or who have witnessed violent crimes. We use a collaborative approach to serve and protect the children of Madison County. Most recently, our program has expanded to include clients experiencing elder abuse and neglect.
These types of crimes are deeply personal and difficult for the victims to discuss. Whether child or adult, victims experience shame, fear, guilt and embarrassment. Overcoming these emotions to trust another enough to share their experience can be difficult. Yet we know that talking about it is the first step to providing safety and healing. Kids Talk facilitates this by bringing the system to the person, utilizing a certified forensic interviewer who skillfully meets the investigative needs while remaining person-focused. We ensure that parents and caregivers are guided towards resources that will help heal the individual and the family.
No fees are charged for our services, and Kids Talk operates entirely from donations and grants. Please consider a gift to Kids Talk today. Now more than ever, we need your help to ensure the safety and healing of some of our most vulnerable Hoosiers!