The second myth is that going to work will cause you to lose your health insurance, such as Medicaid or Medicare. Jill Skehan will explain some different work incentives that allow you to continue your insurance!
The first myth is that going to work will cause your benefits to stop. Tammy Austin will be explaining why this isn’t true!
Aspire Indiana Works staff member, Tammy Austin, explains the difference between Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
We had a great time at our second annual Stand Up for Kids! fundraising event for our Kids Talk child advocacy center in Anderson, IN.
We had a ball in 2016 at Aspire Indiana! Come join in the fun by joining our team!
We take a look back over 2015 – a lot has happened! Here’s a few highlights: Stand Up for Kids!, Aspire’s new primary health centers in Anderson and Elwood, and our new farm store!
The third myth is that if you are able to work your way off of SSDI and/or SSI, you will have to reapply for benefits, and go through the waiting period again. Colt Carpenter is going to tell you why this isn’t true!
Peggy Brill, nursing manager at Aspire Indiana, shares some information about influenza, the seasonal flu.
Barbara Scott, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Aspire Indiana, opens the Sagamore of the Wabash award ceremony in honor of Richard DeHaven with an introduction of Representative Terri Austin. For more information about Aspire Indiana, visit our website at www.AspireIndiana.org
Representative Terri Austin presented this distinctive honor to Richard DeHaven for his service in the mental health industry for 41 years.
Duncan Brown, Director of Engagement Services at Aspire, says goodbye after 14 years of service.
Aspire Indiana Works staff member, Colt Carpenter, explains that some benefits from Social Security are taxable and some are not.
Solutions Matter: Barbara Scott and Jim Skeel from Aspire Indiana discuss the Zero Suicide Initiative.
March 11, 2016 was graduation day for the 47 Hamilton County police, fire/EMS, and communications/dispatch officers who completed 40 hours of CIT training. We celebrated this successful week with a luncheon and a special congratulations video from Congresswoman Brooks who assured the graduates that “officials at all levels of government are working to offer legislation… Continue reading Congresswoman, Susan Brooks, Congratulates Hamilton County Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Graduates
Dave Dugan and Alex Valdez discuss the Stand Up for Kids! event benefiting Aspire’s Kids Talk child advocacy center. For more information about the event or to purchase tickets, visit our web page at: http://www.aspireindiana.org/KidsTalk.html.
Someone knows why the chicken crossed the road and we’re trying to find out who. You can help us out by supporting Stand Up for Kids! It’s a comedy fundraiser that benefits Aspire’s Kids Talk child advocacy center in Madison County. It’s a fun night with food and a silent auction so reserve your tickets… Continue reading The Intellectuals
This video explains how Aspire’s Affordable Housing department helps our community in central Indiana.
Emily Quillen explains what SSVF is and what they do to help Veterans and their families.
A video about Veterans and homelessness and how the SSVF can help.
A description of Dialectical Behavior Therapy
A discussion of Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
Aspire Indiana wins the Madison County Chamber Non-Profit of the Year Award!
Steve Tyler, Director of Aspire’s office in Boone County Indiana, is retiring and he shares with us his journey of 32 years in behavioral health.
Wraparound Services is for families who have a child/children, ages six to eighteen who are diagnosed with a Serious Mental Illness (SMI).
“Are you talkin’ to me?!” Yes! We’re rolling out another video to tickle your funny bone and we want you to know that Stand Up for Kids! is holding their second annual fundraiser that benefits Kids Talk – Madison County’s child advocacy center. Support a great cause in your community by reserving your tickets today!… Continue reading You Can’t Handle The Funny!
Dave Dugan and Alex Valdez talk about the Stand Up for Kids benefit to help neglected and abused children in Madison County, IN. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit us at: http://www.aspireindiana.org/KidsTalk.html
Find out about a simple test you can take to see if your heart is healthy.
Betsy Rosiek, MD, Medical Director for Aspire Indiana, discusses the BHAG 0 after 5. BHAG’s are Big Hairy Audacious Goals and Aspire is utilizing these goals to meet the challenges of behavioral and primary care by thinking bigger and finding better solutions to help our communities in the coming years.
Aspire Indiana brings telehealth mental health counseling to students at Elwood schools in Madison County, the first such program in the state.
Sydney Ehmke, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Aspire Indiana Health, Inc. discusses the BHAG 10 in 10. BHAG’s are Big Hairy Audacious Goals and Aspire is utilizing these goals to meet the challenges of behavioral and primary care by thinking bigger and finding better solutions to help our communities in the coming years.… Continue reading 10 in 10
Stand Up for Kids! is an evening of comedy, food and silent auction to benefit Aspire’s Kids Talk child advocacy center in Madison County, IN. Comedians Dave Dugan and Alex Valdez discuss Kids Talk and what they do.
Aspire Kids Talk second annual fundraising event, Stand Up for Kids! is well underway and just like last year, we did some video promos that will make you laugh! Be sure to reserve your tickets today! www.funny4kids.org.
Aspire client Lori explains how Aspire Employment Services helped her train for and secure a job where she has been very successful.
Learn about the many ways that the Indiana Works program at Aspire Indiana can help if you receive Social Security and/or Disability benefits and want to find employment.
One of the biggest concerns Supplemental Security Income, or SSI, beneficiaries have about going to work is the possibility of losing Medicaid coverage. Tina Skeel, Aspire’s Director of Vocational Services explains why a SSI beneficiary may still be eligible.
What role does a Peer Specialist play in the recovery of others experiencing mental illness and addiction issues? Watch the video and then visit our website at www.aspireindiana.org to find out more about job openings at our amazing and innovative behavioral healthcare company!
David Speicher, Senior Director of Information Systems for Aspire Indiana, discusses the BHAG 100 within 3. BHAG’s are Big Hairy Audacious Goals and Aspire is utilizing these goals to meet the challenges of behavioral and primary care by thinking bigger and finding better solutions to help our communities in the coming years.
Aspire’s Eldon Chodkowski describes what it takes to be a residential skills coach at Aspire Indiana.
Brenda Blake takes us through Aspire’s philosophy statement and what to expect in the substance use treatment programs.
A description of Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Charleen Sculley talking about Aspire’s new programming at the Indiana School for the Deaf.
Testimony from someone who has received assistance from Aspire Indiana’s Affordable Housing program.
Information about Aspire Indiana’s 2015 Care to Share campaign, benefitting the agency’s Affordable Housing program.
Aspire Indiana Health’s HIV Care Coordinators help those they serve navigate the many aspects of an HIV positive diagnosis.
Calling to make a healthcare appointment for the first time can be anxiety provoking. This short video outlines what to expect when making a healthcare appointment at Aspire Indiana.
If you’re looking for a career in this field and want to be a part of community change for the better, then we’d like to talk with you about your vision of change. www.AspireIndiana.org
In this video, Aspire Indiana Works staff member, Colt Carpenter, will help you understand what Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA) is and how it can affect your benefits.
Bethany Borsotti, staff therapist with Aspire Indiana Deaf Services, explains what DBT or Dialectical Behavior Therapy is and how it can help.
Are you looking for a healthcare provider that treats the whole person? Aspire Indiana Health does just that by providing primary health services with their behavioral healthcare affiliate, Aspire Indiana.
Barbara Scott, President and CEO of Aspire Indiana, discusses how Aspire is approaching the challenges of behavioral and primary care by thinking bigger about setting goals to help our communities in the coming years.
Barbara Scott, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Aspire Indiana, explains how we’re growing and changing to help meet the needs of our communities in Central Indiana.
Staff member, Alyssa Pearson, discusses why Wraparound Facilitation is a unique, evidence-based approach to working with families of children who have a Serious Mental Illness (SMI).
Whether you do or don’t have what it takes to be a comedian, you can still join us for a night of food, fun and laughs to benefit Kids Talk – Aspire’s child advocacy center serving Madison County in Indiana. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit us at: http://www.aspireindiana.org/KidsTalk.html
Since opening last October, Aspire Manor has brought new life to Lebanon, Indiana. The renovated and restored building is made up of 12 studio, one, and two bedroom apartments rented to low and moderate income members of the community. For more information about Aspire Manor, please call 1-877-531-3236.
Barbara Scott, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Aspire Indiana discusses the difference between these two words.
Rich DeHaven, Aspire’s CEO and President, gives opening remarks at the Stand Up for Kids! fundraising event benefiting Aspire Kids Talk child advocacy center.
Aspire Indiana worked with community leaders to help address homelessness in Lebanon, Indiana by renovating a historic landmark that had been abandoned for over four years. Hear their stories and take a tour of one of the beautiful apartments.
Brenda Blake answers frequently asked questions about Aspire’s Addiction Services.
The vital role of Care Coordinator/Life Skills Instructor (CC/LSI) at Aspire Indiana has a huge impact of the lives of clients. If you want to make a difference while earning a competitive salary with great benefits, check out: http://www.aspireindiana.org/employment/
Aspire staff member, Tammy Austin, explains what steps to take if a Social Security overpayment is made.
Part Two – This is the story about Ryan White who acquired HIV through a blood transfusion. For information about Aspire Indiana HIV/AIDS Services, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/AspireHIVAIDSCare.
Do you want to make a difference in your community? Consider a rewarding career as an Aspire Indiana as a HIV Care Coordinator.
Part One – This is the story about Ryan White who acquired HIV through a blood transfusion. For information about Aspire Indiana HIV/AIDS Services, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/AspireHIVAIDSCare.