Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Services help individuals struggling with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) find hope, healing, and independence. We walk alongside clients to help them establish achievable goals, manage their physical and mental health, and build lifelong skills.
We help you reach your goals
We help you find the tools and resources to learn coping skills to better manage your illness, stabilize your housing, and gain independence. Recipients of ACT Services are typically seen three to seven days per week for skill-building, coaching, medication education, and symptom management skills. ACT Services focus on recovery, so your illness doesn’t dominate your life.
ACT Services help:
- Manage symptoms and maintain an effective medication program.
- Decrease social isolation and build a support system.
- Explore and pursue work, school, or volunteer opportunities.
- Address physical wellness and coordinate medical/dental care.
- Reduce hospitalizations and find stability.
Services to meet your needs
ACT Services are flexible, accessible, and time-unlimited. ACT is an evidence-based practice that is shown to decrease the need for hospitalization and increase the likelihood of maintaining stable housing.
Our ACT team consists of expert staff that specialize in psychiatry, nursing, peer recovery, therapy, substance use treatment, and employment. While enrolled in our ACT program, you can address your holistic health while learning lifelong skills like cooking, paying bills, and more.