TASC offers outpatient (OP) and intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) services, including individual and group counseling for men and women with substance use conditions. We help individuals navigate a complex array of challenges as they rebuild their lives, specializing in services for those who have been involved in justice or child welfare systems. 

A Comprehensive Approach
Our services address a wide range of clients’ needs as well as strengths, helping individuals become healthy and productive members of their families and communities.

We begin with a thorough evaluation to develop a diagnosis, determine if treatment is needed, and what types and levels of treatment are recommended.

Our treatment services offer a broad range of instruction in all areas of the individual’s life. Family engagement, individual therapy sessions, anger management, continuing care, and relapse prevention groups are integrated within our service where appropriate.

Because recovery involves more than just going to treatment, clients in TASC treatment also receive comprehensive case management, in which we:

  • advocate for individuals involved with court, child welfare, or other public systems, and assist with navigating and communicating with judges, probation, lawyers, and others

  • connect individuals to essential services in the community, such as education, training, employment, and housing

  • engage or reunify individuals with family and other healthy recovery supports

Contact TASC for more information, or phone the office near you directly.


TASC is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can individuals get TASC services without referral from the justice system?
Yes. Men and women who may be in need of substance use or co-occurring mental health services may contact TASC directly.

What happens in treatment?
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.

What kinds of treatment are there?
As with most health issues, there are different types of treatment. For substance use and co-occurring mental health conditions, treatment may involve individual therapy, group counseling, medications, or any combination of these. Treatment is only the beginning of recovery. Recovery is an ongoing, day-by-day process of improving health, wellness, and quality of life.

What if individuals can’t pay for TASC services?
TASC works with insurance companies, managed care organizations, and public and private funders to make sure people get the services they need. 

Please contact TASC for more information

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