The Treatment Court Advocacy Center of Lackawanna County is a Pennsylvania nonprofit corporation formed in 2007 with 501 C 3 status issued by the Internal Revenue Service.

The Treatment Court Advocacy Center of Lackawanna County, commonly referred to as TCAC, has as its primary mission providing assistance to the individual participants in the various Lackawanna County treatment/problemsolving courts as they seek to overcome obstacles in achieving sober, drug-free productive lives.

TCAC seeks to assist the various treatment/problem-solving courts in Lackawanna County and the staff of the Courts by providing a funding source for training and resources for the expansion of the courts and to otherwise promote justice in Lackawanna County.

TCAC works collaboratively with the Court and various public and private entities to secure grants, donations and necessary funds to meet the unique unfunded needs of participants striving to satisfy treatment court/problem-solving requirements and to assist the treatment court/problem-solving courts in expanding their programming.

TCAC works with our community partners to meet the unique unfunded needs of the treatment court participants as they move from an addictive lifestyle to a sober lifestyle.

Our partners include:

  • The Lackawanna Susquehanna Drug and Alcohol Commission
  • The Lackawanna County Commissioners
  • The University of Scranton
  • Employment Opportunity Training Center EOTC
  • United States Department of Veteran Affairs
  • Lackawanna County District Attorney’s Office
  • Dress for Success
  • The Wright Center
  • Goodwill Industries
  • Salvation Army
  • County of Lackawanna Transit System
  • Scranton Counseling Center
  • Moses Taylor Foundation
  • Willary Foundation
  • Weinberg Foundation