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Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT)
ACT is an integrated, self-contained, evidence-based treatment program based on an intensive, multidisciplinary, team based community treatment using home and community visits as the primary mode of intervention. ACT is designed to prevent institutionalization (jail or hospital) or homelessness. The multidisciplinary team works collaboratively with the person served and family members. The ACT Team includes a team leader, a psychiatrist, a registered nurse, a rehab specialist, a vocational specialist with specific training in Supported Employment models of care, and an addictions specialist with specific training in matrix model.