Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) is an approach for evaluating and improving the quality and effectiveness of behavioral health services. It involves regularly and formally asking for feedback from patients regarding the therapeutic alliance they have with their counselor(s) and the outcome of their care, using that information to tailor their ongoing services. Through the use of FIT, ASAC anticipates being able to decrease the number of patients who drop out of services prior to successful completion and increase the outcomes of the services we provide. FIT will begin implementation in our Downtown office, including Drug Treatment Court, in July 2017. It will roll out in each additional office/component over the next couple of years. Gayle Kelley, ASAC Clinical Director, will be leading ASAC’s FIT implementation.