The ASPIRE Clinic is a unit of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences at the University of Georgia offering a variety of low-cost or no-cost services to those throughout our local community in Athens and across the state of Georgia. ASPIRE partners with several UGA entities to provide services, including the Law School, School of Social Work, and the College of Education's Professional Counseling program.
At the ASPIRE Clinic, we believe that problems do not exist in isolation and it is our mission to assist individuals, families, and communities in Georgia improve their lives through our holistic services, outreach efforts, and resources.
All ASPIRE services are provided by University of Georgia students. Our student service providers work with each individual, couple, or family in a responsive manner, attending to the concerns they are experiencing and assisting them in finding solutions. As a training clinic, our student service providers are supervised by UGA faculty.
Interested in learning more about the ASPIRE Clinic? Check out our 2021 annual report for more details on our services, clients, and ongoing efforts to foster holistic wellness at UGA, in the Athens-Clarke community, and throughout Georgia!