Contact Us

For an appointment or for more information about the ASPIRE Clinic, please call 706-542-4486 or email us at aspire@uga.edu. If you have general questions about ASPIRE and our services, you can also use the “Email Us” form on this page.

If you need immediate assistance, please contact the ASPIRE Clinic via phone. Emails submitted through this website are only read during business hours.

Hours

ASPIRE Clinic services are arranged by appointment:

8am – 8pm Monday – Thursday
8am – 12:30pm Friday

Walk-in and weekend appointments are not available at ASPIRE.

ASPIRE Front Office and Phone Hours:
8am – 7pm Monday – Thursday
8am – 12:30pm Friday                                  

Location (see maps)

The ASPIRE Clinic is located on South campus in the McPhaul Center at the University of Georgia. We are located next to the McPhaul Child Development Center across from Stegeman Coliseum and the Georgia Center for Continuing Education. There are two entrances to lot S10, one from Carlton Street and one from Sanford Drive. Follow signage that says "McPhaul Center."

Parking

Parking for ASPIRE clients attending sessions is available in reserved spaces in the northeast section of UGA Lot S10. Reserved parking spots are green and located next to state vehicle parking, near the McPhaul Center outdoor playground area (please see map). Clients will be assigned a parking permit when they arrive for the initial consultation appointment. This permit must be reused and displayed each time a session is attended.

Special Events on South Campus

Please note that at times lot S10 is reserved for UGA special events. In these instances, the parking lot will be regulated by attendants. Please show them your parking permit and inform the attendant that you are attending a session at the ASPIRE Clinic. Please report any parking access problems to the ASPIRE Clinic Coordinator or an intern in the front office.

 


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Attention: Please note that electronic communication cannot be guaranteed to be confidential. Therefore, please be careful about sending identifying or otherwise confidential information in this form. Any information submitted electronically typically resides on various computer servers even after all parties have deleted the messages. If you are concerned about confidentiality, it might be best to contact the ASPIRE Clinic by phone or fax. You can also leave a message on our confidential voicemail system if our office is not open when you call. Thank you!