Once convicted, contact information is provided through the court or probation officer. When you contact our Intake Department, you will be scheduled for an assessment and be provided with the name of the person who will conduct your assessment. You will also be told what documents you should collect and bring with you for that appointment.
The counselor will complete several interviews with you to learn more about the history and severity of the problem. In some instances, there may be the need for additional evaluations such as an evaluation by the psychiatrist or psychological testing.
If you are court ordered for an evaluation, the results of the assessment will be written into a report that summarizes the assessment and recommends appropriate treatment. The report will then be submitted to the court or probation officer.
If after the court receives your report, you are ordered to obtain treatment and you choose to complete your treatment with us, your counselor will develop a treatment plan with you. The counselor will discuss with you the available treatment days and times and schedule you for your first treatment appointment.
Contact Central Intake at 815-727-8521(8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday). An Admissions staff member will process your request for services, review your eligibility for service, and if you meet our admission criteria, schedule an appointment\with a counselor.