Support Services

Every person has unique needs. At TASC, our job is to ensure clients have the support and resources needed to successfully complete their treatment program.

TASC case managers ensure clients are enrolled in the appropriate program, facilitate access to helpful community resources, develop a supportive relationship with each individual and encourage accountability.

Substance use and mental health problems often lead to other life challenges. This is why TASC case managers not only coordinate treatment for clients, but also help find community referrals for food, clothing, housing, employment, finances or other types of aid.

Cultural Competency

TASC bilingual professionals provide accommodations for non-English speakers. Same gender bilingual staff is provided when appropriate. For any language including American Sign Language, hearing-impaired clients, and other challenges, TASC will ensure interpretation services are available.

    • TASC collaborates with agencies that provide social services to individuals and families seeking assistance for shelter, food, employment, and heath care. The agencies listed below provide resources to clients participating in TASC treatment and diversion programs.

      Healthcare Coverage

      Arizona Healthcare Cost Containment System (AHCCCS): Arizona’s Medicaid program. Medicaid is a federal healthcare program jointly funded by the federal and state governments for individuals and families who may qualify for acute or long-term services.

      Basic Needs: Food, Shelter, Cash, and Housing Assistance

      Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES): DES works with families, community organizations, advocates and state and federal partners to realize every child, adult, and family in the state of Arizona is safe and economically secure.

      Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS): CASS is the largest provider of shelter and supportive services in Arizona. CASS provides a diverse array of services to meet the needs of individuals and families in Arizona and empower them to rebuild their lives and permanently end their homelessness.

      UMOM New Day Centers (UMOM): UMOM’s focus is to end family homelessness with innovative strategies and housing solutions. UMOM provides shelter and other supportive services for homeless families.

      Employment and Training

      Arizona@Work: Arizona@Work helps job seekers of all ages and skill levels prepare for, and find the appropriate job in a variety of industries.

      Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona: Goodwill provides no-cost career centers throughout the Valley, Prescott, and Yuma. At the career centers, job seekers can develop job skills, work closely with an advisor, and meet directly with hiring employers. In 2016, Goodwill placed more than 40,000 people in jobs with more than one thousand Arizona employers.

      Gateway Community College (formerly Maricopa Skill Center) in Phoenix, Arizona offers self-paced, individualized training for the most in demand and cutting edge careers. Students receive training needed to work in fields such as business and technology, cosmetology, health care and industrial trades.

      For additional community and national resources, please visit TASC resources.