This service is available in the following region(s):
The Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) program provides intensive mental health services to youth 10-18 years of age with severe mental health/substance abuse issues. These youth are at risk for greater hospitalization or homelessness and may be experiencing their first onset of a serious mental health condition. Others may have been in traditional mental health treatment services but now require a more extensive program.
A multidimensional team of professionals consisting of case manager, clinician, psychiatric team, education psychologists and service providers meet daily to plan interventions and help these youth overcome the obstacles in their lives so they can flourish.
For more information, contact the ACT Clinical Program Manager at (559) 248-8550.