ACT Program Information:
Call: 541-440-3532 Toll Free: 800-866-9780
ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) is an Evidenced-Based, Best Practice service-delivery model, not a case management program. ACT services are characterized by a fixed point of responsibility with a collaborative team approach that includes the member and whenever possible, the members’ natural and paid supports, with a maximum of 1:10 ratio of staff to member. Services are time-unlimited, delivered within a variety of settings with most being within the community and in contexts where they are needed. Eligibility is based on set criterion, OHP status, and member choice.
ACT clinical team consists of medical and mental health professionals in addition to vocational and substance abuse specialists. The ACT team works collaboratively with members and their supports to assist members to achieve the following:
Some of the services and supports provided by ACT team include:
ACT Program Expected Outcomes:
Provision of ACT services and supports should yield a significant reduction in crisis and hospitalization utilization, homelessness, incarceration, risk to self or others, intensity of services and assessed level of care need (acuity), risk posed by substance abuse and dependence, and unemployment. The goal for members is recovery as evidenced by increased stabilization (i.e., medical and psychiatric), independence, and integration within the community.
ACT is voluntary: Eligible candidates choose whether or not to participate.
Program Contact #: 541-440-3532 Or Toll Free at 800-866-9780