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Adult Court and Probation Services

Adult Court and Probation Services

TASC- Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities

Court mandated treatment and rehabilitative programs for non-violent offenders ages 18 and older with mental health and substance use issues.

Services Offered

Case Management • Probation • Parole • Mental Health • Advocacy • Substance Use Treatment • Substance Use • Information And Referral • Court Ordered

Description

An advocacy and referral agency only for adults who have been connected with them through court mandates.

TASC advocates for people in courts, jails, prisons, and child welfare systems who need treatment for alcohol/drug and mental health problems.

TASC provides case management and monitors adult men and women who are mandated to TASC, in community health and recovery support programs. In addition, the agency provides similar case management for probationers identified post-sentencing with substance use, mental health and/or co-occurring disorders who are referred by probation.

TASC coordinates a full continuum of needed services for Adult Court and Probation clients, working with treatment and recovery support providers across Illinois to ensure that individuals get the help they need, while also remaining accountable to the mandates of the court.

Location

700 S. Clinton St., Chicago, IL 60607 41.8733725 -87.6412359

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English

Eligibility

  • Must have current nonviolent felony offense charges
  • Must have substance use disorders that require clinical intervention

    Payment

  • This service is free

    Age

  • Adults accepted

How to Apply

A client can ONLY access TASC by being referred by the courts or Department of Family and Children Services (DCFS). To receive these services, defendants should request a TASC assessment through their judge, probation officer, public defender, or private attorney. Defendants must plead guilty and agree to follow the instructions of the court, the treatment programs, and TASC.