Juvenile Treatment Alternative for Safer Communities (Juvenile TASC) 
Family Behavior Therapy 

Crossroads II - Adult

This program provides individual, family and group counseling and education services at each of our outpatient clinics. Outpatient services provide both intervention and traditional outpatient services to adults. The outpatient clinic provides assessment, forensic services, intervention and family, group and individual therapy for substance users and their families. Treatment goals, objectives and services are aimed at eliminating alcohol or other drug use and improving functioning areas.

Family Intervention Services Team (FIS)
 FIS provides support and linkage services for families when substance abuse or mental health problems threaten the stability of the home.  This team works closely with DCF and Dependency Court to prevent removal of children from the home. 
Forensic Community Services Team
is a multidisciplinary team that offers services including screening, individualized service and treatment planning, individual and group therpay, medication management, case management linking and monitoring, life skills training, housing assistance and benefits asessment supports for consumers in jail and while living in the community.  The team intervenes post booking serving Lake County residents age 18 or older who have two or more misdemeanor offenses in the past 12 months and a probable diagnosis of substance use disorder and/or co-occurring mental illness.

Youth and Family Recovery Program

This program provides service to youth who are abusing primarily marijuana and alcohol and who would be appropriate for an outpatient level of care. Treatment involves individual sessions with the youth, as well as 4 sessions involving the family/caregiver. The principle behind the model is to connect youth with positive community activities to discourage substance abuse and reinforce healthy
recreational interests and peer groups.

Turnabout Program

Turnabout provides a stage model of treatment where adolescents may be involved with a variety of therapeutic approaches and other services. Individual treatment allows teenagers to explore psychological factors that may be contributing to drinking and drug use. Family therapy is also recommended to help families break down common defense patterns to facilitate discussion and share solutions to common problems.

SURF Prevention Project

The Strong United Resilient Families (SURF) project is based on the Strengthening Families evidence-based prevention program for parents and children ages 6-11 and 12-16 in high-risk families. This program offers parenting skills, children's life skills, and family skills training courses taught together in fourteen 2 hour group sessions preceded often with a meal that includes informal family practice time and group leader coaching.

Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities (TASC)

Provides an intervention service targeted to adult and adolescent minor offenders in the justice system that require preventative counseling and education to avoid reoffending. Attendees to most TASC interventions are urine tested to validate that they do not have a more serious substance related problem and receive completion certificates they may take back to the legal system to prove they have been compliant with mandates. TASC services are done in group format that may range from a 4-hour one shot, to a program of 10 or 12 weeks or longer.

Juvenile Treatment Alternatives for Safer Communities 
The Juvenile TASC program is designed to accept referrals for services by the Department of Juvenile Justice for juveniles residing in Circuit 5 who are screened and determined to be in need of assessment for substance abuse or mental health problems, and who meet the eligibility requirements for the TASC program.  All juveniles served by the TASC program will receive an interview with an Adolescent Specialist to identify appropriate mental health and substance abuse issues, recommendations and referrals.
Family Behavior Therapy
This program provides evidenced -based treatment for parents whose substance use disorders are posing a threat to their family's safety.  A five member team consisting of master's level therapists, recovery coach and a program assistant bring substance use disorder treatment into the home.  This model eliminates barriers to treatment that so many families encounter.