The Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACTT) Step Down Program is designed to serve as the next lower level of care under the ACT Team. It is designed to be for individuals who no longer need the full array of ACT Team services but are not yet prepared to move to office-based care. ACT-SD provider’s longer term- clinical case management support of moderate intensity. The service also promotes continuity of care and ease of service access across ACT Team and ACT-SD, including the retention of their ACT Team prescriber until transition to office-based care is appropriate.
Provide treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services. These may include person-centered planning and crisis planning, crisis response, community-based service delivery and monitoring, benefits management, medication coordinator and delivery, supportive therapy (more formal therapy may be delivered, conditioned on QP’s training and license), family psycho-education, advocacy, supportive housing including tenancy supports, peer support and wellness management and recovery to include manualized curriculum such as Illness Management Recovery, Wellness Management and Recovery, Wellness Recovery Action Plans (WRAP) and Psychiatric Advance Directives (PADs).
This is part-time with intent to full-time as program expands.