Socialize and get the support you need. 875 W. Moreno Ave. Read more.
Visit our garden and geodesic dome to smell and see freshly-grown fruits and vegetables. Read more.
Join us for a FREE Health Fair, including demonstrations, health screenings, education, support & kids' crafts Read more.
Healing thru Art! Support our clients and their creativity at this year's Heroes Luncheon, Oct. 1 Read more.
Using training and awareness, Youth Mental Health First Aid helps to detect early signs & to prevent suicides in our community. Read more.
Helping Others. Honoring Their Son, Matthew. Read more.
Hear Harris describe his nationally televised panic attack and subsequent method of overcoming mental health and substance use challenges. Read more.
Get fit, stop smoking, manage your money. We can help you. Read more.
AspenPointe has adult, family and child services. Call us at 572-6100. Read more.
AspenPointe's Crisis Stabilization Unit is open 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week and is available for all ages, regardless of ability to pay. Read more.
Again this year, our Annual Report is available as an electronic document with a variety of interactive capabilities. Check it out! Read more.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 4 Americans live with a mental disorder. Read more.
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Feed The Children Drive
Psychotheraphy 42nd Annual Winter Symposium
ASPENPOINTE provides exceptional behavioral health care to our community, one patient at a time. Our continuum of care includes mental health and substance abuse services as well as career and education enhancement programs for individuals and families.
As one of the largest nonprofits in Colorado Springs, ASPENPOINTE traces its roots back 140 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 one of the largest Medicaid providers in Colorado Springs.
We collaborate with clergy, educators, employers, other health and human service organizations and the legal/criminal justice system in the Pikes Peak region to leverage our collective resources to better our community and the lives of its residents.