Learn & manage life skills
Find court programs offered for you by the 19th Judicial Circuit Court in partnership with CLC. These programs feature National Safety Council classes for traffic violators, a course for divorcing parents of minor children, courses for DUI offenders and volunteer opportunities.
Important: Day of class information
Live Impact Panel registered attendees
- Bring your class mailer, along with a photo ID.
- ARRIVE EARLY. 10 minutes is recommended.
- Park in Lot 3 on the Grayslake campus
- Enter Door A1.
- Proceed to check-in table.
- There are no onsite registrations.
All other registered attendees
- Bring your class mailer and photo ID.
- ARRIVE EARLY. 10-15 minutes is recommended.
- Classes will begin on time, and late students will not be allowed to join a class in progress.
- Know the name of your class and room number upon arrival. Please utilize the campus maps for assistance:
- There are NO onsite registrations.
111 North Genesee Street
Waukegan, Illinois 60085
Phone: (847) 543-2185
Fax: (847) 543-3185
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
The office is closed 12-12:45 p.m. for lunch
Court-ordered programs at CLC
Be a volunteer
Volunteers initiate change. They start an uprising in the souls of people who have lost hope: Hope that someone cares about them. Hope that they can change themselves—or that there’s even a point to doing so.
Extend a hand for Court services and probation support
Improve the well-being of others through CLC’s partnership with the Court Services and Probation Support Volunteer Program under the 19th Judicial Circuit Court. And give yourself a warm glow while you’re at it.
Volunteers provide support to the Division of Adult Probation Services, Division of Juvenile Probation and Detention Services and to the 19th Judicial Circuit Court. Participate in one or more of these programs to give courthouse tours, provide daycare options, improve the lives of veterans and more.
Not only are you helping others but you’re helping yourself. Give a little of your time to be there for others. That consistency can show people it is possible for someone to sincerely care about them.