Assertive Community Treatment
Community-based care and treatment for individuals who are challenged by chronic mental illness. Services include case management, initial and ongoing assessments, psychiatric services, employment and housing assistance, family support and education, substance abuse services, and more.
Eligibility: The program is designed for adult residents of Cass, Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Monona, Montgomery, Page, Pottawattamie and Shelby County, Iowa, living with serious mental illness that impairs social functioning and produces continuous high-service needs. Individuals who have been ordered by local and/or state courts to receive extended outpatient treatment and other services may also be eligible for ACT services.
Funding: Heartland Family Service’s Mental Health Counseling programs in Iowa are partially funded by the Iowa Department of Public Health.
Assertive Community Treatment Referral Form