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Wellness | Taking Care of You

Wellness | Taking Care of You

National Wellness Month is celebrated during the month of August. This wellness campaign focuses on self-care. Taking care of you means ensuring you focus on your physical and mental health, your happiness, and your goals. By creating healthy routines, wholesome...
Helping Your Addicted Spouse

Helping Your Addicted Spouse

We want to be able to trust and feel safe with the people we love the most. Addiction can erode the trust in a marriage and cause conflicts, chaos, emotional distress, and even violence. If there are children in the relationship. there can be additional conflict over...
School and Community Social Educational Opportunities

School and Community Social Educational Opportunities

Aspire Counseling Services provides school and community educational opportunities. We provide certified counseling experts to attend school and community events to discuss alcohol and substance abuse and mental health challenges. We are experienced in addressing...
What is Your WHY?

What is Your WHY?

Most people seek purpose in their lives. They seek something that will provide them with passion and drive. Without purpose it is easy to become depressed and feel despair, which can lead us to seek out unhealthy behaviors, including alcohol and drug abuse. When...
Daddies in Recovery

Daddies in Recovery

Being a father comes with a few stereotypical expectations. Fathers are viewed as the protector and provider, the handyman, the sports fanatic, and the king of the backyard BBQ. There is an expectation that fathers must be strong and show no weaknesses. All those...
PTSD | Risk of Addiction

PTSD | Risk of Addiction

People experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) have an extremely high risk of developing an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol because of their tendency to self-medicate their symptoms. Many people do not even realize they are experiencing PTSD, they just...