Assertive Community Treatment
Unlike traditional outpatient services, our mobile Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team serves patients where they live and work. The ACT team is designed to help patients where traditional outpatient treatment has been unsuccessful. The program sees clients all over the county providing case management, life skills development, and support to assist individuals with increased opportunities for independent living. If you are interested in joining our team, please reach out to our Navigator Line at (315) 714-3117 to get more information about the program. If you are a provider and think ACT services would benefit a patient please complete a SPOA referral.
NEED IMMEDIATE HELP?
Suicide and Crisis Hotline: Dial 988
Reachout of St. Lawrence County Hotline: (315) 265-2422
Reachout of St. Lawrence County Website: http://reachouthotline.org/
A Mobile Team That's Never Far Away
ACT provides services for people living with chronic and persistent mental illness. The Team serves St. Lawrence County residents to ensure continuity of care from a hospital to an outpatient practice, improve patients’ ability to function in the community, and reduce the need for future hospitalization.
• Individual, group, & family therapy
• Psychiatric assessment
• Medication management and assisted therapies (MATs)
• Coping skills training
• Wellness promotion
United Helpers welcomes individuals of all backgrounds. With our Always Caring approach, we strive to provide reliable services and support to all individuals and families across the North Country. Our professional staff address your needs with care and compassion that is rooted in our commitment to your wellbeing.