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TASC’s Center for Health and Justice connects research, practice, and policy to help build a healthier, safer, and more just society.

  • BUILDING COLLABORATIONS
    & PARTNERSHIPS

    We connect people who work within and/or have lived experience in justice and health systems to practical, effective strategies

    that improve outcomes

    that improve outcomes

  • SMART SOLUTIONS FOR
    SYSTEMS CHANGE

    We bring research to practice and practice to research, building on decades of client services

    and experience that matters

    and experience that matters

  • STRATEGIC THINKING
    & ACTION PLANNING

    Our team of CHJ experts combines smart policy, data, and decades of TASC justice, equity, and clinical work

    to create custom community solutions

    to create custom community solutions

Treatment & Recovery in the Community
Law Enforcement
Deflection & Pre-Arrest Diversion
Prosecutorial Diversion
Jail

Prison
Parole
Post-Prison Reentry
Courts & Probation
Law Enforcement
Deflection & Pre-Arrest Diversion

Prosecutorial Diversion

Jail
Courts & Probation

Prison

Parole
Post-Prison Reentry

RECENT WORK
  • Expert Area

    Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Program (COSSAP)

    Expert Area

    Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network (JCOIN)

    Expert Area

    The Police, Treatment and Community Collaborative (PTACC)

    Expert Area

    Justice Leaders Systems Change Initiative (JLSCI)

  • Expert Area

    Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT)

    Expert Area

    Cook County Health

    Expert Area

    Colombo Plan/INL

    Expert Area

    NIJ/RAND

  • Expert Area

    Law Enforcement & Pre-arrest Diversion

    Pam Rodriguez

    Jac Charlier

    Expert Area

    Youth and Family Programs

TASC NEWS & RELATED ISSUES
  • TASC News

    NAATP Spotlight: TASC President on Public Policy

    Related Issues

    Medicaid Providers at the End of the Line for Federal COVID Funding

    Related Issues

    Changes in Opioid Supply Create New Risks as Stay-At-Home Rules Ease

    Related Issues

    ED Docs Willing, But Not Ready, to Give Buprenorphine for OUD

  • Related Issues

    Report: Structural racism — from segregated housing to limited job opportunities — responsible for high rate of COVID-19 deaths among African Americans

    TASC News

    Staff Virtual Town Hall Meeting Builds Connections Amid Pandemic: “We Are TASC Strong”

    Related Issues

    How Chicago doctors work to limit COVID-19 spread among people experiencing homeless

    Related Issues

    Study Finds Increasing Non-Alcoholic Drink Options May Reduce Alcohol Use

  • Related Issues

    More Kids Go to ED With Mental Health Problems

    Related Issues

    Emergency drug overdose visits associated with increased risk for later suicide

    Related Issues

    The opioid epidemic was already a national crisis. Covid-19 could be making things worse

    TASC in the News

    Treatment Capacity: Divert to What?