Division of Juvenile Justice

Clinical training to care 
for incarcerated youth.

Clinical training to care
for incarcerated youth.

Division of Juvenile Justice Illinois

The Division of Juvenile Justice Illinois within Adler Community Health Services (ACHS) provides extensive clinical behavioral health services and consultation to the youth and those involved in the youth's care and custody at the Illinois Youth Center in St. Charles, IL. Services are primarily provided by a team of doctoral-level graduate students supervised by licensed clinical psychologists.  

Our Training Programs

  • Adler Juvenile Justice Internship  Click here for the 2019-2020 internship brochure to learn about the training experience
  • Psy.D. Therapy and Advance Therapy Externships
  • Post-Doctoral Residency

Our Services

ACHS provides clinical and community mental health services informed by the core values of Adlerian theory and the mission of Adler University. We work with and train clinicians who promote, engage and advance socially responsible practice, thereby engaging communities and advancing social justice. Through rigorous training standards and program evaluation, ACHS excels as a leader in the provision of community health services.

Internship Admission, Support, and Initial Placement Data

Click here for information on the aggregate post-doctoral positions of the previous three intern year cohorts.

Click here for the internship program admission requirements.

Click here for the internship program financial and benefit support.