Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology
Community Justice Programs
Community Justice Programs, formerly known as Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC), operates a variety of multi-system programs serving adults, children and families at all points of the justice system continuum in Jefferson County. Services include comprehensive case management and recovery support services including evidence-based assessment and screening, individualized case planning, linkage to community resources, courtroom and community advocacy.
Through Community Justice Programs, services and resources are made available to court-involved individuals to promote rehabilitation and reduce the likelihood of continued justice-system involvement. In fiscal year 2017, the program served 3,180 participants.