Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
ACT Services is care for individuals who are experiencing serious mental illness that interferes with their ability to live in the community, attend appointments to meet with professionals in clinics or hospitals, and are unable to manage their mental health symptoms.
Assertive community treatment (ACT) is a form of community-based mental health care for individuals experiencing serious mental illness that interferes with their ability to live in the community, attend appointments with professionals in clinics and hospitals, and manage mental health symptoms.
Individuals must be adults (18+) with a primary diagnosis of schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, major depressive disorder with psychotic features or other psychotic disorders or bipolar disorder.
- Team leader (licensed mental health professional)
- Psychiatric care provider
- Licensed mental health professional.
- Registered nurse
- Vocational specialist
- Program administrative assistant
Our program also includes home visits, teacher consultations, and individual and family counseling. When a therapist identifies a need that goes beyond the scope of the school environment, the child may be referred to receive other Renaissance programs or community services, in addition to their School-Based therapy.
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Are you or a loved one looking into treatment at an RBH facility? Get the answers to your questions and make informed decisions by reaching out directly to us. Give us a call at 440-606- 2003.
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