Individuals can become involved in the criminal justice system due to their addiction and/or untreated mental illness.
Provide an alternative to incarceration and referral for treatment, as well as case management to result in positive outcomes and reduce recidivism.
How We Do it:
Participants must meet legal eligibility and plead guilty to an agreed upon misdemeanor or felony charge to enter the program. Each participant is assessed and placed in addiction treatment. The program is a minimum of 12 months.
The goal of the program is to modify the participants’ behavior through incentives and sanctions, ensure they remain drug and alcohol free through random drug testing and assist with vocational goals resulting in a productive member of society.
The Outcomes of Rockland TASC
Program individuals are linked to treatment for both their mental health and/or substance use disorders and have begin to live a law-abiding lifestyle.