Bradley Bullock, MFA, CADC, CODP
Director of Adult Criminal Justice and Treatment Services
With a wealth of knowledge, experience, and education in clinical and justice-related programs, Brad Bullock oversees TASC’s statewide adult criminal justice services, from pre-arrest diversion through court and probation. In this capacity, he directs TASC’s statewide justice diversion programs, encompassing law enforcement deflection programming, jail-based linkage services, TASC’s Supportive Release Center, and the agency’s flagship court-based alternatives to incarceration, including specialty courts. Brad also directs TASC's outpatient (OP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment services, offered in several locations across Illinois.
Before being promoted to director in December 2019, for more than four years Brad was the administrator of TASC’s criminal justice and corrections reentry services in southeast Illinois, and previously he served as post-release supervisor for TASC’s services at the Southwest Illinois Correctional Center (SWICC).
In recovery from addiction since 1988, Brad sits on many community-based committees and is a strong advocate for individuals and families affected by justice involvement, substance use disorders, and mental health conditions. He earned his BA/BS and his MFA from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, and is certified as an alcohol and drug counselor (CADC) and a co-occurring substance use and mental health disorder professional (CODP).