Services

Additional TASC Services

  • Assessments
  • Intervention in lieu of Conviction Assessments as court-ordered
  • Random drug testing
  • Alcohol and Drug Education Group
  • Relapse Prevention Group
  • Individual Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Non-Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Programs and Partnerships

Mahoning County Common Pleas Drug Court:

  • Pending non-violent felony
  • Must not have had a prior conviction for a violent offense
  • Must have the desire to seek help for a drug/alcohol addiction
  • Average length of program is 12-24 months

Family and Dependency Treatment Courts (FDTC):
FDTC is a court docket for cases of child abuse or neglect in which parent substance abuse and/or mental health is a contributing factor.

  • Judges, attorneys, child protection services and treatment personnel unite with the foal of providing safe, nurturing and permanent homes for children
  • Provide parents with the necessary support and services they need to become drug-free and alcohol-abstinent
  • Aid parents or guardians in regaining control of their lives, and promote long-term stabilized recovery to enhance the possibility of family reunification within mandatory legal time-frames

Jail Services (Groups, Assessing, IROCS – Incarceration to Release Offender Coordinated Services):
IROCS is a coordinated effort to identify offenders that are dealing with mental health or substance use disorders

Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office, Quick Response Team (QRT):

Juvenile Specialty Court Programs

Department of Youth Services Re-enrty program (DYS):

  • TASC works with all youth returning to the county who have previously been sentences to a state facility for youth. TASC assists in re-integration and offers referrals to needed serivces in the community. This is a joint project with the state parole, the courts, and TASC

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group (CBT):

  • TASC teaches a CBT group in detention for youth that are placed on this specific unit by a Judge or Magistrate. TASC recognizes that youth with substance use or mental health issues benefit from this type of intervention

We accept Medicaid, indigent clients based on sliding fee, and court referrals through grant eligibility. We will exhaust all possible funding options before requiring a co-pay.