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Rosecrance Community Services

Court Services

Problem-solving courts are longtime, evidence-based court programs that aim to address underlying issues that contribute to criminal behavior, better supporting rehabilitation and reduced recidivism rather than just punishment. Rosecrance clinicians work closely with courts in many communities we serve to help individuals with mental health and substance use disorders, and co-occurring disorders.

How court services work

Rosecrance’s community-based court services and partnerships provide individuals with the treatment and support they need to recover and reduce recidivism, which in turn improves public safety and promotes healing.

Our therapists, nurses, case managers, and recovery coaches work closely with court teams that can include judges, states’ attorneys, public defenders, probation officers, parole officers, legal advocates, and representatives from state agencies such as child and family services. These teams provide close monitoring and support of individuals enrolled in these courts to keep their cases moving and to provide immediate reinforcements and consequences related to their individual goals.

Our court services are incorporated into the following programs:

  • Drug Court—Services include substance use and addiction treatment, case management, drug testing, and supervision and monitoring.
  • Therapeutic Intervention Program (TIP)—Rehabilitative services are provided to adults with mental illness or mental health concerns who have been arrested for nonviolent offenses.
  • Youth Recovery Court—A treatment program for youth with mental health and/or substance use disorders who have been arrested for nonviolent offenses.
  • Project SAFE—Intensive outpatient substance use treatment program designed to remove many of the common barriers to treatment success for women with children. SAFE stands for Substance Abuse-Free Environment. This includes case management and outreach such as transportation support to treatment services.
  • Mental Health Juvenile Justice (MHJJ)—A linkage and referral program in the community and in juvenile detention and probation. The goal is to interrupt issues with juvenile courts and link adolescents and families with services, including behavioral health and primary care or social needs.

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With your current insurance information and location, we can better match you to programs and services that best fit your specific situation.

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