Noblesville-based Aspire Indiana will Monday celebrate the opening of its expanded facility in Lebanon. The behavioral healthcare organization says the move to the new building was necessary in order to meet the Boone County’s "explosive growth over the past three years."
Financial details of the expansion were not disclosed, however when the expansion was announced in February, Aspire said it made a "sizable investment" to acquire the facility. The company says the new building will allow for the addition of group therapy for both behavioral health and substance abuse treatment.
"Boone County’s continued constant growth makes it the second fastest growing Indiana county," Chief Development Officer Jerry Landers said in a news release. "Aspire’s expansion is testimony to our commitment to grow with Boone County and to provide high quality integrated care in Lebanon and beyond."
The company says it has plans to add primary healthcare services in Boone County as well through its affiliate partner, Aspire Indiana Health Inc. A public open house for the new Lebanon facility will take place later this fall.