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.
“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
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.
ASPIN has trained over 12,156 Indiana mental health professionals/individuals in the past 15 years.
ASPIN is a leader in innovative web based trainings, website development, and training facilitation,
conference planning, video conferencing, and offers online training covering over 40 topics in five different subject areas.
ASPIN has initiated several integration projects: ASPIN Health, Primary Care Plus, Integrated Care through Education, Consumer Education, Telemedicine, and Veterans Behavioral Health.
ASPIN has received national recognition for the statewide Medicaid Rehab Option Transformation Training Initiative, the Certified Recovery Specialist Program which is the only all electronic peer program nationally, and the first public–private partnership between the Veterans Administration and a private organization.
Access to Services: Behavioral health services can be accessed through contact with any of the primary provider sites or secondary providers’ sites.
For emergency services please use phone numbers listed at each web site.
The primary providers include the following agencies: