Lynn Melton, Program Coordinator
The IPS Program is dedicated to working on the behalf of employers and employees to ensure that diversity is incorporated into the workforce in a way that is beneficial to all parties to ensure a more successful work environment.
Staff and clients in the ACT program work together in identifying goals and strategies to help the consumer. Individualized day-to-day assistance and support in areas of living (such as housing, finance/benefits, employment and accessing community resources) are available.
Services provided include: Crisis Intervention, Individual Therapy, Group therapy, Psychiatric medical Assessment, Skills Training and Development, Nursing Services and IPS/Job Support referrals.
Who is Elidible
ACT program serves high-risk consumers who may have a history of multiple and long-term psychiatric admissions, frequent Emergency Room visits, high rate of contact with Law Enforcement and a diagnosis of serious and persistent mental illness with or without co-occurring disorder.catchment area.
Referrals to the ACT program may be made by professional mental health staff.