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700 S. Clinton St. Chicago IL 60607


1 855 827 2444


Alicia Osborne, MA, CRC, LCPC

Director of Business Development
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Alicia OsborneAs director of business development, Alicia Osborne combines her skills in development and clinical service delivery to help grow and strengthen TASC and its Center for Health and Justice (CHJ). Alicia leads business development for TASC operations in Illinois. She also works as a technical assistance (TA) provider both nationally and internationally for CHJ with expertise focused on specialized case management, screening and assessment, and criminal justice systems and behavioral health issues.

Alicia has more than three decades’ experience in behavioral health services, is a board member of the Illinois Problem Solving Court Association, and past president of the Mental Health Court Association of Illinois. She often speaks at national conferences and in other public forums on substance use treatment and alternatives to incarceration at state and local levels.

Since joining TASC in 2004, Alicia has served as a program administrator and as the director of Cook County and statewide operations. With a focus on cross-systems collaboration, she has co-led TASC’s juvenile justice services, child welfare and family services, and corrections reentry programs, and guided the development of TASC’s outpatient treatment services, launched in 2017. She has also been a national trainer for the Justice Leaders Systems Change Initiative (JLSCI) and conducted international training on the Case Care Management module. She currently advises on the development of TASC’s deflection initiatives for suburban Cook County, and statewide as part of CHJ.

Prior to joining TASC, Alicia provided management and clinical services for a number of organizations in New York City including Mount Sinai Hospital, the New York Urban League, the New York Health and Hospitals Corporation, and Damon House.

Alicia received her BA in psychology from the College of St. Elizabeth (Morristown, New Jersey) and her MA in Rehabilitation Counseling from New York University. She is a certified rehabilitation counselor (CRC) and a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC).