Forensic

Forensic Services Program

Adler Community Health Services’ (ACHS) Forensic Services Program provides a range of mental health services for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated adults. Services are provided by psychologists, mental health professionals and graduate students in training to become clinical psychologists or professional counselors. ACHS partners with local and state organizations and agencies to provide community based services to this under-served population.

Forensic Services Program partnerships

St. Leonard’s Ministries
2100 West Warren Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60612
312.738.1414

St. Leonard’s House operated by St. Leonard's Ministries, opened in 1954 and today provides interim housing and rehabilitational services for formerly incarcerated men. Each resident is assigned a case worker, and staff members receive professional training from Adler University.

Grace House operated by St. Leonard's Ministries, opened in 1994 and today provides interim housing and rehabilitational services for formerly incarcerated women. Each resident is assigned a case worker, and staff members receive professional training from Adler University.

 


Videos from our Forensic partners:

St. Leonard's House