This program delivers comprehensive behavioral health services to 68 individuals who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness and who have failed traditional treatment, interventions, and case management services.  Utilizing a mobile, trans-disciplinary team consisting of a team leader, two mental health case managers, three therapists, one psychiatrist, two nurses, an office coordinator, and one peer support worker, our ACT program shares client caseloads and delivers services in the community, wherever a client needs them.

Our ACT team delivers services with compassion and care.  Our person-centered approach reduces hospitalization and incarceration, increases housing stability, and improves quality of life for people with the most severe symptoms of mental illness.

Client pictured is not actual client.