Whether in person or remotely via telehealth, TASC provides outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment for substance use conditions, and also co-occurring mental health conditions.
Specializing in services for people who have been involved in justice or youth and family service systems, TASC’s treatment programs address a wide range of clients’ strengths and needs. We offer outpatient (OP) and intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) services for men and women with substance use conditions.
Individuals may be referred to TASC, or may contact TASC directly.
We begin with an assessment to determine if treatment is needed, and what types and levels of treatment are recommended. OP treatment (1-2 sessions/week) and IOP treatment (several sessions per week) may include individual and group counseling.
In treatment, individuals
learn about addiction and mental health conditions, and how to manage symptoms
and behaviors. Treatment is a process of learning new coping skills, decision
making, and problem-solving skills, and developing a plan for ongoing recovery.
Treatment is only the beginning. Recovery is an ongoing, day-by-day process of
improving health, wellness, and quality of life.
When it comes to treatment, we believe in client choice. As with most health issues, there are different types of treatment. Whether with TASC or another treatment provider, we encourage and guide clients to find the program that is right for them.
TASC is licensed in the State of Illinois (http://www.dhs.state.il.us) to provide its services throughout the entire state. TASC headquarters are located at 700 S. Clinton St. Chicago, IL 60607 and our treatment services are offered both virtually and at several locations across the state.
To ensure that inability to pay is not a barrier to getting help, TASC works with insurance companies, managed care organizations, and public and private funders. TASC is an in-network provider for Medicaid (including all of its managed care companies), for many Illinois health insurance plans and also accepts self-pay. Substance use disorder and mental health disorder treatment may also be available at a reduced cost or for free to Illinois residents within the state of Illinois.