The Court Clinic provides a variety of evaluation and treatment services for those involved in the criminal justice system. This includes in-depth assessments and treatment of mental health and/or addiction issues.
Clinical Director of Court Clinic, AIM, AIW, and CCRS: Kim Mages, LPCC-S
Program Director of AIM: Eleanor Maley, LISW-S, LICDC-CS
Program Coordinator for TASC/CCRS: Ken Becker, LCDCIII
AIW Administrative Director: Gina Hurston
Location: 909 Sycamore Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
Alternative Interventions for Men (AIM)
Alternative Interventions for Men (AIM) is for male offenders with substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. Program eligibility includes, but not limited to, recent or current history of substance abuse, current report of mental health symptoms including depression, anxiety, trauma and bipolar disorder. This impactful program includes outpatient groups, mental health case management services (housing, psychiatric stability, vocational and support services), access to medication, ongoing individual therapy and more. New groups are forming now. To make a referral for an intake and/or assessment for available services, contact Jennifer Smith at 513-651-9300. Any questions about treatment, contact Eleanor Maley at 513-618-4217.
Alternative Interventions for Women
Alternative Interventions for Women (AIW) is an award-winning and nationally recognized treatment program for women involved in the criminal justice system. Our clients have a history of addiction, trauma, and mental health issues. AIW provides individual and group therapy as well as case management and psychiatric services to help women heal and cope more effectively with life issues. The program teaches the necessary skills for clients to become contributing members of society. To make a referral for an intake and/or assessment for available services, or if you have questions, contact Gina Hurston at 513.618.4221.
Court Clinic Recovery Services
The Court Clinic Recovery Services provides assessment and treatment services to adults who are involved in the Hamilton County criminal justice system due to their use of alcohol or other drugs. Clients receive a thorough assessment and supportive follow-up services, such as drug screening, case management, education, individual and group counseling, and referrals to community treatment provider.
Mental Health Treatment
Court Clinic strives to provide the appropriate mental health services to those involved in the criminal justice system:
- Individual counseling
- Medication management
- Evidenced-based group counseling