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About Us

Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana, Inc.
d/b/a ASPIN is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit behavioral health provider and education network.
Incorporated in November of 1995 ASPIN offers access to clinical providers in over 50 locations throughout the state of Indiana.

The ASPIN Behavioral Health Clinical Network maintains CARF accreditation under the Business and Services Management Network accreditation standards. The Behavioral Health Clinical Network is also a certified Managed Care Provider (MCP) for the State of Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction.

The ASPIN Education Network is certified to provide continuing education credits for several clinical disciplines.

Our Mission:
“The mission of ASPIN is to provide innovative educational programs, resource management, program development, and network management in collaboration with all healthcare entities to address health disparities.”

Who is ASPIN?
Milestones of Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana:

  • In FY 2013, ASPIN provider members served 52,278 clients residing in 91 of Indiana’s
    92 counties
  • ASPIN has served over 406,183 clients since it began as a network in 1995.
  • ASPIN administers approximately 6 million dollars annually to community mental health centers and addiction providers.
  • ASPIN has received over 2.5 million dollars from HRSA to conduct rural health outreach projects.
  • ASPIN holds eight state contracts to provide technical assistance/resources to the State of Indiana.
  • What's New


    ASPIN Leadership
    Webinar Series
    Summer 2014
    Five, 2 hour webinars
    Members: $50.00   
    Non-members: $75.00, per session

    2 CEUs per session
    2:00 to  4:00 pm

    Updated Content

    Session One: 
    The Fundamentals of Leadership in
    Difficult Times

    Learn the qualities and
    characteristics of an effective leadership in time of change.

    Learn skills to survive
    organizational change.
    Examine the differences between
    leading and managing.
    Learn how to use leadership
    skills in a management role.

    Session Two:
    Delegation and Team Building:
    Surviving in Today’s Economic Times

    Explore why management often
    doesn’t delegate.
    Examine why employee resist
    The virtual team, managing &
    monitoring the virtual employee.

    Session Three:
    Communication in the Workplace
    with Today’s New Technology

    Discuss employee accountability
    in regards to communication in the workplace.
    Learn how to leverage new
    communication technology.
    Learn how to communicate across
    the generations.
    Discuss the various forms
    of electronic communication and how they affect the workplace. 

    Session Four:
    Managing the Generations in the
    Workplace: Figuring Out How They Can All Work Together

    Heighten awareness and
    understanding of the generalized differences among generations.
    Increase effectiveness in the
    workplace without reinforcing stereotypes.

    Discuss the impact of the
    changing workforce demographics.

    Session Five:
    Dealing with Conflict in the
    Workplace: Creating a Safer Workplace.

    Identify three levels of
    Be able to name the four types
    of workplace violence.
    Explore the effect of social
    media and workplace conflict.
    Discuss policies and procedures
    regarding workplace conflict.


    Affiliated Service Providers of Indiana, Inc. (d.b.a. ASPIN) is a 501 (C) 3 not-for-profit network that operates five major service lines: third party contract administration, professional training, grants management, consumer education and workforce development, and technical assistance. The mission of ASPIN is to provide innovative educational programs, resource management, program development, and network management in collaboration with all healthcare entities to address health disparities.

    The IVBHN Elearning Hub
    Currently available FREE classes from ASPIN -IVBHN 

    Addressing Military Sexual Trauma in a Community Setting

    Remote PTSD: Drone Pilots and the Impact of Secondary Exposure

    From Helmets to Heels

    Family Issues Facing Returning Veterans

    Behavioral Health Challenges for Veterans

    Military Culture and Terminology

    Veteran’s Behavioral Health Issues Related to Deployment: PTSD


    Web based Self guided training $25 per CEU! Click
    HERE for a complete listing

    ASPIN Cancellation and Late Fee Policy:

    Cancellations for any fee-based ASPIN event must be made five (5) business days prior to the event, in order for fees to be refundable- NO EXCEPTIONS.
    All cancellations must be made in writing by either fax or email.

    Late Fee Registrations made after the published “Late Fee” date for any fee-based ASPIN event will incur a $10 late charge. These policies apply to both in-person and web-based trainings.

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