Court staff to survive Family Service closure
WOODSTOCK – Two court employees provided through a Family Service and Community Mental Health Center contract likely will keep their jobs despite the agency’s closing.
The treatment clinicians – one each for the drug and mental health courts – will continue to work under a plan working its way through the McHenry County Board. The McHenry County Mental Health Board, which helps fund Family Service through its tax levy, said it would pay for the positions at no extra cost to the county.
Court Administrator Dan Wallis said the positions are “monumentally important” to the fledgling drug and mental health courts’ mission to keep nonviolent offenders with mental health issues out of the criminal justice system.
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