The Affordable Care Act open enrollment began Oct. 1 and with it comes the opportunity for coverage by many who have been unable to afford health care to date. Read more.
AspenPointe is dedicated to serving the community through whole-person wellness programs and holistic healthcare, and TeleCare meets the unique needs of a variety of AspenPointe clients. Read more.
Graduates from AspenPointe’s GED program are proving that an investment in knowledge really does pay the best dividends. Read more.
Reggie was alone with no job, no place to call home, and his family dynamic was doing nothing positive for his mental state. Read more.
Seeking treatment at a mental healthcare facility can be a new and confusing experience for people, which is why understanding how mental health treatment teams are organized is so important. Read more.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 4 Americans live with a mental disorder. Read more.
Give the Gift That Lasts All Year
Connect for Health Colorado pleased with plan sign-ups
Mental health funding falls short
Spotlight: TeleCare Supports Recovery
Making the Grade
Home Sweet Home
Spotlight: Treatment Team
Tips For a Safe Halloween
Client Artwork Available at Heroes of Mental Health Luncheon
Since 1875...ASPENPOINTE has empowered clients, enriched lives and embraced purpose through behavioral health services, counseling services, career services, substance abuse treatment, employment, education, housing, jail diversion/reintegration and care management.
One of the largest nonprofits in Colorado Springs, ASPENPOINTE traces its roots back more than 135 years, when we were called the Springs Relief Society. That organization, which delivered coal, lumber and clothing to the needy, was the genesis of what today is a comprehensive and integrated system of care that addresses the overall wellness of each client whether they need behavioral health services, counseling services or career services.
We have 12 organizations that serve more than 50,000 individuals and families each year through behavioral health services, counseling services, career services, education, housing, jail diversion/reintegration, telephonic wellness and care management.
We collaborate with clergy, educators, employers, other health and human service agencies, the legal/criminal justice system, other behavioral health providers, insurers, and many other organizations to leverage our collective resources in order to better our communities and the lives of its residents.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit funded largely by Medicaid, state and federal grants, local government contracts, and generous donations.
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