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TASC

(TREATMENT OF ADOLESCENTS IN SECURE CARE)

Severe Risk; Private Secure Unit; Males & Females

TARGET POPULATION: AGES 6-18

[Staff Ratio 1:3]

  • Self-injury
  • Sexual acting-out that is uncontrolled and impulsive
  • Suicidal/Homicidal ideation
  • Aggressive tendencies
  • Runaway risk
  • Victims of physical, sexual, emotional abuse and/or neglect
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Trauma-related Disorders
  • Dissociative Disorders
  • Reactive Attachment Disorders
  • Chronic mental health issues

The TASC Unit is a secure residential treatment program devoted to helping youth who are dealing with emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric symptoms.  These youth suffer from severe abuse, neglect, and trauma and exhibit high-risk behaviors that are considered a danger to self or others.  These youth have typically experienced failed previous placements and/or hospitalization and are not safe in the home, foster home, staff secure residential facility or other less restrictive environment.  The TASC Unit offers a highly structured, secure environment with increased security measures and individual bedrooms. Educational services are provided within the unit through an accredited school program operated by Muncie Community Schools.  Youth may be placed in the TASC program for acute stabilization of their symptoms or to achieve stability and begin the process of addressing chronic treatment issues.