Individual, couple, and family therapy services are offered on a sliding fee scale. The ASPIRE Clinic determines your cost for these services by assessing your annual take-home income and family size. The initial consultation appointment is free of charge.
Financial counseling, nutrition counseling, and legal problem-solving services are offered at no cost.
How To Pay for Services
Payment for services is due on the day of service. Clients may pay for their services conveniently online before their session, or when they arrive at the clinic for their session. Important instructions for making payments online are included here. ASPIRE also accepts cash (exact change only), and check for payment.
As an ASPIRE ally, client, friend, or supporter, you are welcome to help fund our clinic efforts through a donation. Donations help the ASPIRE Clinic to grow, expand, and continue offering our services to those who need them. Every little bit helps.
ASPIRE is a training facility and requires our student service providers to be supervised in their work with clients. The work of all student service providers is closely overseen by faculty supervisors. The training environment allows students the opportunity to consult with and be supported by other students-in-training and supervisors in a way that benefits our clients through ensuring current practice standards and quality services. For training and supervision purposes, service providers are often observed or recorded during their work.
Good Faith Estimate
If you are 15 or more minutes late for any scheduled appointment without notifying your service provider or the ASPIRE staff, we will request to reschedule the appointment and you will be charged for the session. If canceling a scheduled appointment becomes necessary, clients must notify their service provider or the ASPIRE Clinic at least 24 hours in advance. Clients who do not provide 24 hours notice of cancellation will be charged the full session fee.
The ASPIRE Clinic is not equipped as an emergency resource and we do not offer crisis services, walk-in appointments, or after-hours/on-call services. If you are experiencing an emergency, you are encouraged to contact local or national emergency resources.
If you need immediate assistance for a life-threatening health emergency or mental health crisis, please contact 911 or 1-800-715-4225.