About the Center for Health and Justice at TASC

Public Policy, Research, Consulting & Training 

The Center for Health and Justice (CHJ) offers research-based expertise on alternatives to incarceration and offender reentry.

Substance use and mental health disorders contribute to the majority of offenses that fill court dockets, overload probation and parole caseloads, and crowd correctional institutions across the country.  CHJ helps states, jurisdictions, and communities develop collaborative, evidence-based solutions to reduce recidivism and achieve cost savings.

For information on criminal justice policy and research, please contact Laura Brookes: lbrookes@tasc-il.org.

For information on CHJ’s consulting and training services, please contact Jac Charlier:  jcharlier@tasc-il.org.

Please direct media inquiries to Daphne Baille: dbaille@tasc-il.org.


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