When you are facing a legal issue, it can be confusing and overwhelming. ASPIRE legal problem solvers can assist clients through providing information and advice about legal concerns. Our providers typically engage in a process called “pre-lawyering,” a way to access preliminary information and guidance on legal problems, perhaps… Read More
News & Annoucements
6.26.2020 - ASPIRE OFFERING FREE "COUPLING DURING COVID" CONSULTATIONS
Our ASPIRE Clinic couple therapists are offering one-time 50 minute couple consultations the week of July 13th - 17th via Zoom to identify both the stressors and the positive coping strategies you are your partner are using. Interested? See more here.
SERVICES UPDATE: ASPIRE OFFERING TELE-SERVICES
If you need immediate assistance for a life-threatening health emergency or mental health crisis, please contact 911 or 1-800-715-4225. For tips on stress and coping during the pandemic, please visit the CDC's website here.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the ASPIRE Clinic will be suspending in-person services for the foreseeable future. We will continue to evaluate our operations based on guidance from the University of Georgia.
ASPIRE is now providing tele-therapy services for those seeking individual, couple, or family therapy. If you are a new client interested in tele-therapy, please contact the ASPIRE Clinic to be placed on our waitlist. You may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 706.542.4486 and leave a message.
Financial planning and nutrition services are not available at this time and will return in September 2020. If you need assistance for a civil-related legal problem or concern, please contact the UGA Law School's Public Interest Practicum directly at 706-542-5213.