Aspire Indiana Expanding in Boone County

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Noblesville-based Aspire Indiana has announced plans to expand its presence in Boone County. Financial details were not disclosed, however the behavioral healthcare organization says it has made a "sizable investment" to acquire a facility in Lebanon in a move that will add jobs.

Aspire Indiana says it plans to move into the 22,000 square-foot facility this fall once renovations are complete. Barbara Scott, chief operating officer of Aspire Indiana, says the facility will serve all areas of the county,m including Lebanon, Zionsville, Thorntown and Whitestown.

"We have been a vital piece of the Boone County community for years and are committed to growing as the population and need for our services continues to grow," said Scott. "This much larger facility will allow us to bring a broader range of services to the residents of Boone County including primary care, evidence-based addiction services, and a wider array of community and school-based services."

Director of Business Development Susie Maier tells Inside INdiana Business that, while specific job numbers are not known at this time, the organization will be hiring for behavioral health and medical health positions. There will also be opportunities for support staff, therapy staff, maintenance and other positions as well.

The organization says it will continue to offer services at its current Boone County facility until the new location is ready. In addition to Boone County, Aspire Indiana has offices in Hamilton, Madison and Marion counties.

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