“…building strong family structures and community integration”
- Spotlight on Moms and Babies program, in which TASC is a central partner
Youth and Family Programs
At TASC, we understand that involvement
in juvenile justice and child welfare systems increases the likelihood of later
involvement in the criminal justice system. We help improve success for both
youth and parents by advocating for them in these systems.
Offering intensive case management
services, we work with youth who are struggling in school and at home, and with
parents who have substance use disorders. In this way, we not only help stop
generational cycles of justice involvement, but we give families the skills and
tools to live together in positive, healthy ways.
Recovery and Reunification Program (aka “Recovery Coach Program”)
Download fact sheet
Moms and Babies
Program – Decatur Correctional Center
Watch video, read Addiction
Policy Forum spotlight
Featured Systems Change Initiatives:
Briefing on Child Welfare
Read summary of
presentation by TASC President
Youth to Treatment upon Release from Detention
Read policy brief
TASC’s family programs receive significant funding from the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. Our reentry services for youth leaving detention centers are funded by the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice.
See program locations.
Donate to TASC’s Justice Diversion and Alternative-to-Incarceration programs. To earmark
your donation, please indicate so in the notes.
Contact TASC for further information on our justice diversion and alternative-to-incarceration programs.
TASC is accredited by CARF International
. This prestigious accreditation demonstrates a program’s quality, transparency, and commitment to the satisfaction of people served.