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700 S. Clinton St. Chicago IL 60607

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Pamela Ewing, MS, LCPC, CADC

Administrator, Clinical Director, Behavioral Health Clinic for TASC Area 1 (Cook County)
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Pamela Ewing provides clinical supervision, direct client care, crisis intervention services, and manages other administrative duties as the Clinical Director of TASC's Behavioral Health Clinic (BHC). The BHC allows TASC to offer a range of crucial mental health services, including mental health case management and crisis intervention.

Pam has many years of experience in clinical training and supervision, as well as expertise in behavioral health and specialized case management. She originally joined TASC in 2004 as a clinical case manager for Mental Health Court, and since has progressed to supervisory roles for TASC’s services in mental health and veteran’s specialty courts, as well as services in collaboration with the Cook County Sheriff’s department, including the innovative Supportive Release Center, jail discharge services, and Bond Court. She is a consistent advocate for individuals with justice system involvement who live with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions, and over her career has provided guidance for many master-level interns from universities across Chicago.

Pam earned her MS degree from National Louis University in Chicago. She is a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC), a certified alcohol and drug counselor (CADC), national certified counselor (NCC), and crisis intervention specialist.