DMHAS: ACT

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) for Recovery
 

Contacts:


Nydia Rios-Benitez, MA, LPC, 860-418-6816, nydia.rios-benitez@ct.gov
Julienne Giard, LCSW, 860-418-6946,  julienne.giard@ct.gov 
 

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is an evidenced-based practice that offers treatment, rehabilitation, and support services, using a person-centered, recovery-based approach, to individuals that have been diagnosed with a severe and persistent mental illness. Assertive Community Treatment services - assertive outreach, mental health treatment, health, vocational, integrated dual disorder treatment, family education, wellness skills, community linkages, and peer support - are provided to individuals by a mobile, multi-disciplinary team in community settings. The goal of Assertive Community Treatment services is to assist individuals to achieve their personally meaningful goals and life roles. 

ACT for Recovery Team Leaders Meeting: 

ACT Fidelity: Tool for Measurement of Assertive Community Treatment (TMACT)

LOCUS:    


Functional Skills Assessment-DMHAS:

Additional Resources
The following agencies provide ACT services for consumers in the DMHAS System:




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